- For Honor begins Season Three tomorrow with Grudge & Glory
- Call of Duty: WWII trailer details upcoming Multiplayer Private Beta
- Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition coming this September
- The Fencer joins Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Trust in Brother teaches a lesson
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Daily Archives: August 8, 2017
Activision is offering a better look at Destiny 2’s multiplayer. A new video highlights some of the new four-versus-four modes and maps, such as Control, Countdown, and Survival. That said, Bungie also noted that they are aiming at having modes that are accessible to both casual and competitive players. Check the trailer out below.
Another week, another slate of reveals for Forza Motorsport 7’s Garage. Over 100 rides make up the complete list, while two are highlighted: the 2016 Ford Shelby GT350R and the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T. The full list, as well as the rides’ details, can be found below. The studio also revealed that the car viewer, Forzavista, is being expanded to allow players to view vehicles track-side prior to races.
The Blue Bomber returns for another compilation with the release of Mega Man Legacy Collection 2. The original included the 8-bit releases, while the follow-up bundles together Mega Man 7, 8, 9, and 10. Additionally, bonus content has been included to beef up the package, such as a Challenge Mode with trials and boss rushes, a Museum with concept and production art, a Music Player, and the DLC packs for Mega Man 9 and 10.
Role-playing fans will be able to grab one of three physical editions for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. The PC version will only be available digitally, but PS4 owners will be able to purchased a $59.99 Day One Edition (Special Sword Set DLC), $79.99 Premium Edition (music CD, SteelBook case, and more), or a $199.99 Collector’s Edition (plush, making-of Blu-Ray, diorama, DLC Season Pass, and more). Full details for each can be found below. The Season Pass can be bought separately for $19.99, which includes two unspecified “large” releases as well as a Supply Kit that features “items hand-picked for the discerning adventurer.”
Sine Mora has moved into the latest console generation in the form of an updated version, EX. It will also be making its way onto Switch later this summer. Some of the latest features include support for 16:9, English dialog (with original Hungarian), a story mode, local two-player co-op, improved rendering, new challenge levels, and three additional modes (Dodgeball, Race, and Tanks). PC and PS4 Pro versions can also run the game natively in 4k at 60 frames per second.