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Everspace joins the Game Preview program for Xbox One

EverSpace (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Early Access Announcement - Screenshot 2

Rockfish Games’ Everspace has launched on Game Preview on Xbox One. The roguelike space-based shooter is available for $29.99, and is slated to be released for Windows 10 later this month. The latest version has a new boss fight, voiced dialog, and a new planet type. Two extra player ships are due soon as well, the Colonial Scout and the Colonial Gunship. As part of the Play Anywhere program, both versions will feature cross-save and cross-buy, giving buyers to access the Windows 10 version once it goes live on Game Preview. A PC version is currently available through Steam Early Access.


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Medieval action-RPG Mount & Blade: Warband now on PS4, Xbox One


Mount & Blade: Warband Releases has made its way to PS4 and Xbox One. The console version features the same hands-on combat as its older PC counterpart, including archery, melee, and horseback, as well as the ability to take on quests and lead troops into battle. It also sports improved effects, more detailed textures,and support for 32-player multiplayer across several modes (Conquest, Deathmatch, Siege, etc.). As an upstart warrior, players are tasked with building a following to take control of Calradia.


PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Dead Rising, DR2, and DR2: Off the Record launch for console, PC


Capcom is celebrating the ten-year anniversary of Dead Rising with the release of three newly updated titles: Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. They are offered on a variety of platforms, with a mixture of physical and digital releases. All of the titles come bundled with their associated downloadable content, and have been upgraded to run in 1080p at 60fps. That’s a lot of zombie slaying, but players have plenty of time to catch up with Frank West’s origins, and fellow protagonist Chuck Greene, before Dead Rising 4 launches on December 6.


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Doom – Free Update 3 to add Deathmatch, Private Matches

Doom (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Update 2 Announcement - Screenshot 4

id Software’s upcoming patch for Doom will add Deathmatch and Private Matches. Free Update 3, scheduled to go live later this month, will allow players to go all-in versus everyone or just friends. The modes will also feature several customization options, including settings to change the time limit and score limit, remove power weapons, and turn off demons. A teaser was released offering a brief look at the upcoming patch. Those wanting to see it demonstrated live can check out a livestream next Tuesday at 1 p.m. (CST) on Twitch.


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Gamescom trailer released for Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration

Rise of the Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 3

The Gamescom theater demo of Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration has been released by Crystal Dynamics. The video covers a section from the campaign, Thin Ice; a preview of Blood Ties, the upcoming narrative add-on that pits Lara against her uncle; and a look at the zombie-infested survival mode, Lara’s Nightmare. The 20 Year Celebration release also includes PSVR support, a co-op mode (Endurance), Extreme Survivor difficulty, 5 classic Lara skins, a weapon and outfit from Tomb Raider III, and all released downloadable content.


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Headup’s bullet-hell shooter Solar Shifter EX launches for Xbox One

Solar Shifter EX (Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Headup Games’ bullet-hell-style shooter Solar Shifter EX has is now available digitally for Xbox One. The game features 18 missions set across eight environments, 40-plus enemy types, and four playable ships. Additionally, players will be able to teleport around the screen, allowing them to pull out of a hairy situation or straight into the thick of the action.


Xbox One News

Claymation point-and-click adventure Armikrog out for console

Armikrog (PS4, Wii U, Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The crowdfunded point-and-click adventure title Armikrog has launched for console on eShop, Live, and PSN. The game, developed by members from the teams behind Earthworm Jim and Neverhood, is a claymation adventure that follows the astronaut Tommynaut and his talking blind dog, Beak-Beak. The duo must make their way to safety after they crash land on an alien planet and get stuck in the fortress Armikrog.


PlayStation 4 News, Wii U, Xbox One News

Everspace to enter early access for PC, Xbox One on September 14

EverSpace (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Early Access Announcement - Screenshot 1

Rockfish Games is planning on releasing their roguelike space-based shooter Everspace on Steam Early Access, GOG’s Games in Development, and Preview Program for Xbox One and PC on September 14. The Kickstarter-backed titled raised over $750,000, and will be the first title on Xbox Preview Program on Windows 10, supporting both cross-save and cross-buy. The early version will feature six sectors, with a final sector, two additional unique player ships, and different starting gear slated to be added later this year. Scroll down to see the game in action.


PC News, Xbox One News

Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Descent available for PC, Xbox One

Call of Duty Black Ops III (PC PS3 PS4 Xbox 360 Xbox One) Descent Details - Screenshot 4

Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Descent has launched for PC and Xbox One. The pack includes four new multiplayer maps, which are detailed below and include a remake of Black Ops II’s Raid. The drop also comes with the next entry in the Zombies’ Origins series, Gorod Krovi. The latest installment of the horror-themed spin-off is set in an alternate past where players must face mechanized zombies and dragons while battling their way through Stalingrad.


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Doom – Unto the Evil now available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Doom (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Unto the Evil Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Doom – Unto the Evil has been released on Live, PSN, and Steam. The $14.99 drop comes bundled with three new maps, a new weapon, playable demon, and item. Additionally, the pack features several customization items, including armor sets, taunts, and Hack Modules. The add-on also got its first gameplay trailer.


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