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Xbox E3 2018 Trailer Round Up

E3 is upon us and what glorious time it is. The Xbox press conference has come and gone but they made it a point to state that they are committed to gamers. How committed are they? They have acquired not one, but five studios! This is a big deal because it means that us gamers are finally going to get some really great games for the Xbox One X.

Usually EB rolls out trailers one by one, but we opted to do something a little different. We’re making it easier for you to watch all the trailers you may have missed today. Below you’ll find the Xbox E3 2018 the mega playlist. Xbox dropped a lot of good stuff today.

Sea of Thieves – Cursed Sails and Forsaken Shores DLC

Forsa Horizon 4

PUBG

Gears 5 Cinematic Trailer

Gears 5 Trailer

TUNIC

Devil May Cry 5

Sessions

Gears POP!

Xbox Game Pass Preview

Battletoads

Cyberpunk 2077

Cuphead DLC

Jump Force

Just Cause 4

Shadow of the Tomb Raider

The Division 2 Gameplay

Dying Light 2 Gameplay

Kingdom Hearts III

Metro Exodus Gameplay

We Happy Few Story Trailer

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All of EA’s E3 2018 Press Conference Trailers in One Place

Feel bad for missing the opening press conference of E3 2018? Never fear, dear readers, we’re here to make the convenience of the internet even more convenient than it already is.

Andrea Rene, co-founder of What’s Good Games, hosted this year’s EA Play. It definitely kicked off E3 proper with an augmented reality display of a battle in Anthem, the headlining third-person shooter developed by BioWare. If you want to check out the whole press conference from start to finish, there’s a video up above that starts playing right as the conference begins.

Between Cornelia Geppert‘s passionately vague pitching of Sea of Solitude (I’m sold) and Unravel Two‘s emotional curve at the end of its presentation, there’s a good bit of authentic humanity residing in EA’s E3 presence this year.

But, if you’d rather skip all the presentations and just see the game trailers (I’m not one to judge), you can do that down below, too:

Anthem

Battlefield V

FIFA 19

Madden NFL 19

Unravel Two (AVAILABLE NOW)

NBA LIVE 19

Sea of Solitude

Command and Conquer: Rivals

Origin Access Premier (subscription service)

FIFA 18 World Cup

The Sims 4 Seasons

Madden NFL Overdrive

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DOOM 4K Console Update Arrives March 29

Bethesda has put out a new video to announce the imminent arrival of the DOOM 4K update, which is hitting the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro on March 29th. If you’re keeping score that’s tomorrow, so you will soon be able to enjoy DOOM in 4K if you own the One X or PS4 Pro. This is a free update, so just make sure to check for it tomorrow on your console of choice. You can check out a curiously non-4K resolution trailer for this 4K update above.

About the DOOM 4K Update

When DOOM launched, id Software focused on mixing cutting-edge graphics with relentless, fast-paced gameplay for users on all platforms. Thanks to a brand-new game update arriving on March 29, id is pushing the game’s graphics even further with the release of a new 4K resolution update. At long last, you’ll be able to witness the power of the DOOM Slayer in stunning 4K on both PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X platforms. Every blast of the BFG, every demon glory kill and every chainsaw slice through a Mancubus can be experienced like never before on consoles.Whether you’re a new player or just eager to jump back into your Praetor Suit, you’re going to want to visit Hell to experience it for yourself.

 

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Microsoft Releases Resident Evil 7 Xbox One X Enhancement Showcase Video

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is now officially enhanced for the Xbox One X, so Microsoft has released a new comparison video to show off how impressive the visual upgrades are. The video compares the Xbox One X enhanced version of the game, with it running on the Xbox One S, which still would have looked better than the game running on a standard Xbox One. With that considered, there are still noticeable improvements in clarity between the Xbox One S and One X versions of Resident Evil 7.

The Xbox One X enhanced version will also support improved skin tone display through Screen-Space Subsurface Scattering and 4k output. As you’ll see in the video above, the visuals just look much better on the Xbox One X, which makes complete sense considering its powerful internals. If you haven’t played this game yet, now is the time, especially if you own the Xbox One X. The power of the X is real, just check out the comparison video above.

 

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Nine Parchments Xbox One X Review: Streets of Diablo

Nine Parchments is far from perfect, that much is certain, but it offers a good time, especially for couch co-op. It mixes a lot of gameplay elements from different games which I happen to really enjoy. It’s got the twin-stick magic of the Wizard class from Diablo III, and the levels aren’t super expansive, but beautiful and arcade-y in design. The story is completely throw-away in and of itself, but I won’t say that there weren’t a couple of character dialogue lines that were genuinely touching. There are eight playable characters each with four different forms, so essentially you’ve got 32 characters to choose from.

When you start the game, you’ve only got two characters to choose from, but by doing small side-quests, and finding certain staffs and hats, you unlock the rest. Each character starts with three spells that they can cycle through, and they can learn nine spells in total. There are more than nine spells, way more, and each character, once fully leveled up with all of their spells, can feel somewhat different from others. The way that magic works in this game is fairly simple and effective when it’s broken down. There are three pairings of elements:

  • Fire and Ice
  • Life and Death
  • Steam and Lightning

These elements are weak to each other, and most enemies are imbued with, or shielded by one of these elements. So if an enemy has an Ice shield, you would attack him with fire to destroy the shield, then after that you can attack him with whatever. If an enemy is imbued with the element, however, they will always be weak to their opposite element, shield or no. That also means that they’re immune to their own element, so don’t bother trying to hit an ice enemy with an ice beam, that’ll get you nowhere quick. This is why it’s really important to diversify your elements early on in the game. As far as I can tell, every character can learn at least one spell of each element, although some characters favor certain elements overall. For example, the first character I picked, Cornelius has a pension for ice spells, and starts the game with one, as well as a fireball and a death bomb. Stupid me picked another ice spell for my first additional spell, though, and that made the next chapter a little harder than it needed to be.

Still though, there’s a good amount of characters with different stats and favored elements, and tons of different spells and types of spells (beams, single-shots, bombs, waves, traps, etc.). It should be said that the game is infinitely more fun when played with at least on other person, being able to revive each other and bounce spells off each other is great. You can cross beams with another player (or even an enemy beam) to form a bigger, stronger beam for devastating effects.

So the gameplay is fine and well enough, but what about the level design? Well, first thing is that, running on the Xbox One X, this game looks so pretty. I didn’t expect the game to look as good as it did, but every different area blew me away with how gorgeous it looked for such a silly, cartoony game. I can’t speak for how it looks on the regular Xbox One, but I can’t imagine it’s that radically different, it’s just really well designed and nice to look at. I will say though, as good as it looks, there’s not much interactive to do with the levels. They’re just these long, winding paths with enemies peppered throughout them, much like a typical beat em up. I think that there could have been a little bit more done here, especially with the fact that you can teleport and jump relatively high, compared to what you might think you could. Not really related to that point, but I should mention, the music is really nothing to write home about. The title screen theme is pretty good, but I couldn’t tell you anything about the rest of the music, since it’s a blend of music and ambience most of the time.

The story, like I mentioned before is nothing much to talk about, the eight playable characters are all wizards in training. 9 parchments (see what they did there?) go missing that hold some value to the school that they attend and you set out to get them all back. Every characters has a little something to say at the beginning of each level, and there’s some light narration throughout the game. The level intro dialogue goes anywhere from light-hearted and funny to just a little depressing sometimes. Certain characters will mention things about their past or their time at school and you kinda get a feel for what they’re like as people. Make sure you keep your ears open for that dialogue each level, it can prove fairly interesting, even if the over-arching story is nothing special.

Nine Parchments is a very entertaining couch co-op game with a lot of characters to play as, gorgeous visuals, and fast-paced, entertaining gameplay. Playing by yourself is okay, but nowhere near as good as playing with friends, seriously, if you can, play with someone, it makes the game much better. The level design, while beautiful, leaves something to be desired, and the collectibles in the game, outside of the ones that unlock new characters, are pretty pointless. The hats do literally nothing, they’re just a cosmetic, and a really hard to see one at that, because the camera is so pulled back from your characters. It can be easy to lose yourself in the chaos while playing with friends as well. I have to say that this was definitely a fun, bright, easy to digest breath of fresh air after playing Mulaka, and I’d recommend it to most gamers.

 

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Super Lucky’s Tale Gilly’s Island Trailer: An Adorable Paradise

Super Lucky’s Tale is by no means the best 3D platformer ever, but it would be an injustice to pass it up. If you’ve got an Xbox One, you should have picked this game up by now because it’s really a good time to be had. I know that in this day and age, Nintendo is pretty much the only one that can release this kind of game perfectly, but this game deserves better than what it got.

I digress, however, because we’ve got a trailer for the new DLC of the game, and it’s delightfully cheerful, almost nauseating. The new area, Gilly’s Island takes place on a tropical resort/pirate cove looking area. You’ll have to deal with the local fauna as well as pirates on land and at sea. Ships will fire cannons at you from afar which you’ll be able to bait into destroying objects around you so that  you can progress even further! Check out the trailer above and let us know what you think and if you’ll pick the game back up to play this!

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Xbox Fans Can Win Limited Edition Air Joran III Inspired Consoles

Fans of sneakers and the Xbox One X have a chance to win a one-of-a-kind themed console from Microsoft. The tech giant and the Jordan brand have partnered together to bring three Air Jordan III consoles to three lucky fans who enter into the contest.

The custom consoles will be based on the Air Jordan III Free Throw Line which dropped February 14, the Air Jordan III Black Cement available February 17 and the Air Jordan III Tinker, available on March 24. Fans will have the chance to win one of the three consoles through the Xbox Twitter Page from Friday, February 16 at 6 a.m. PST to Wednesday, February 21 at 10 p.m. PST. Read here for full sweepstakes details.

About the Partnership

The Free Throw Line Xbox One X pays homage to the unforgettable dunk by Michael Jordan in 1988. The Black Cement Xbox One X is inspired by the sneakers with all the same detailing which made these, considered by many, the greatest sneakers of all-time, and the Tinker Xbox One X showcases Tinker Hatfield’s original design for what the shoe was going to be.

Having the world’s most powerful console meet a legendary brand like Jordan for the first time ever is something truly special for sneakerheads and gamers everywhere.

Come join us to honor and celebrate two brands we love. I cannot wait to see these kits in the hands of some very lucky fans.

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Microsoft Offers Up Worldwide Deals on Xbox One S and One X Consoles

Today Microsoft rolled out some price cuts for the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, and they vary depending on where you live in the world. You can find out all of the details below.

From Microsoft:

Games play best on Xbox One, but if you haven’t already made the jump, we’ve got a couple great deals kicking off as early as today for Xbox One S and Xbox One X.

In the U.S. and Canada, there are great savings on Xbox One S bundles, including the new Xbox One S PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Bundle launching February 20 and available for pre-order today.

  • In Canada, starting today, February 15, through February 23, save $60 CAD on 1TB Xbox One S bundles
  • In the U.S., starting February 18 through March 3, save $50 USD on Xbox One S bundles

Also, back by popular demand, we’re bringing back the offer where every Xbox One X purchase will come with a digital copy of the Xbox console launch exclusive PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The promotion will be available in most Xbox One markets for a limited time – starting February 18 through March 4. Start and end dates will vary by market – in the U.S., the promotion runs from February 18 through February 24 – so you’ll want to check with your local retailer for more information including, Microsoft Store near you or online. Here’s a quick overview of where the promotion will be available:

  • Available in Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the United States and select Latin American countries starting February 18
  • Available in Australia, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and select European, Middle Eastern and African countries starting February 20

 

 

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Xbox One X Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter came out a few years ago and like most games the second time around, this game was released for a special reason: it got an upgrade. It got the 4K treatment, and what a beautiful game it is. If you were fortunate enough to play The Vanishing of Ethan Carter upon its initial release and have been looking for a reason to play the game again, here’s your perfect chance. I’m not sure what the game looked like before, but in 4K this game is simply stunning. The sunset, the trees, and the views.

Most of the time I found myself admiring the view instead of actually looking for clues to learn the truth about Ethan Carter. Looking for the clues was half the fun, but when the sun is shining through the trees, it doesn’t hurt to take a moment to admire the view.

Gameplay aside, nothing has changed. The game still does nothing to guide you. You have to figure out what the hell happened to Ethan Carter all on your own. It is quite refreshing to play a game that doesn’t guide you, given how simple a few games have become over the years. As I uncovered more clues, the more I learned what lead to the disappearance of Ethan Carter.

The downside to not having a waypoint or a guide is that you might stumble upon the clues out of order, so you may not obtain all the pieces of the story in order. If you’re the type of person who enjoys playing a game based on exploring areas and figuring out the story on your own, then The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is the game for you.

The upgraded visuals in The Vanishing of Ethan Carter are an added bonus to already stellar game. If you’re looking for something to fill the void until the next slew of releases, then look into picking up this game. You can play at your pace and explore every inch of Red Creek Valley and all that this mysterious little town has to offer.

If you have plenty of games to play and you have an Xbox One X, you should still buy this game—even if it does get added to your backlog.

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Here Are The Games Coming Out for the Xbox Family This Week

Microsoft has released an updated list of new games and DLC drops coming to the Xbox family of consoles this week. Below you will find the list complete with each game’s release date.

Assassin’s Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones

  • January 23
  • Set four years after the events of Assassin’s Creed Origins, The Hidden Ones puts Bayek in conflict with an occupying force of Romans as his fledgling Assassin Brotherhood continues to grow. This DLC expansion for Assassin’s Creed Origins adds the new Sinai region to the map, as well as a new storyline, new weapons and outfits, and more.

OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes

  • January 23
  • Based on the hit Cartoon Network show, this game stars pint-sized hero K.O. in this story-driven adventure game meets action-packed cartoon brawler, as he punches, slide-kicks, combos and power-moves his way through hordes of evil Boxmore robots on an epic quest to save Lakewood Plaza Turbo from the maniacal Lord Boxman.

Celeste

  • January 26
  • Help Madeline survive her inner demons on her journey to the top of Celeste Mountain, in this challenging platformer from the creators of TowerFall. Brave hundreds of hand-crafted challenges, uncover devious secrets, and piece together the mystery of the mountain.

Dragon Ball FighterZ (Xbox One X Enhanced)

  • January 26
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ features high-end anime graphics and brings master fighting gameplay to Xbox One. Build your dream team of fighters and sharpen your skills to master high-speed tag combinations. With thrilling online features like ranked matches, an interactive lobby, and 6-player party match, there’s something here for everyone.

Monster Hunter: World (Xbox One X Enhanced)

  • January 26
  • Take on the role of a hunter and slay ferocious monsters in a living, breathing ecosystem where you can use the landscape and its diverse inhabitants to get the upper hand. Hunt alone or in co-op with up to three other players, and use materials collected from fallen foes to craft new gear and take on even bigger, badder beasts in Monster Hunter: World on Xbox One.

 

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Fortnite Battle Royale Gets Huge Map Update

Tomorrow, January 18th, Fornite will be getting a massive map update that will add new points of interest. Two of these new POIs will be Tilted Towers and Shifty Shafts. The update will also offer up changes to existing areas to provide more distinction and variety to them. Epic Games is also excited to announce that Fortnite continues to see player growth with more than 40 million players in its ecosystem and has peaked at more than two million concurrent players.

You can check out these updates in action via the quick video embedded above.

About Fortnite Battle Royale

Fortnite Battle Royale is the FREE 100-player PvP mode in Fortnite. One giant map. A battle bus. Fortnite building skills and destructible environments combined with intense PvP combat. The last one standing wins. Available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Mac.

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Star Wars Battlefront II Gets First Big Patch of the Year in 1.1 Update

Sledgehammer has put out detailed patch notes for Star Wars Battlefront II, which received the 1.1 patch this week. This is the first patch of 2018 for the game, and it offers up all sorts of changes and additions to the game’s multiplayer modes. You can check out the details below, which come from the game’s official forum.

New Content:

Blast on Crait
We’re expanding the ways you can play on Crait by bringing this map to the Blast Game Mode! Battle in the mines among the machinery and crystals leftover from the previous occupants.

Iden Versio’s TIE/In fighter
Now available as a new Hero Starfighter in multiplayer matches! Iden Versio leads by example from her personal TIE/ln fighter. Custom-built for Inferno Squad, this modified TIE has seen heroic service in the name of the Emperor.

Iden Versio’s TIE/In fighter Abilities:

  • Afterburner – Gives the starfighter a temporary speed boost and breaks enemy missile lock. The AFTERBURNER can be cancelled after a short time
  • Laser Barrage – Charges up a rapid fire barrage which deals high damage
  • Dual Proton Torpedoes – Fires two proton torpedoes which track the locked target and deal high damage
  • Inferno Leader – For the duration of INFERNO LEADER, all enemies within a radius are revealed to allied players. These enemies receive increased damage from all sources

TIE/In fighter Star Cards:

  • Engine Heat Dissipator – Decreases the AFTERBURNER cooldown
  • Advanced Torpedoes – Increases DUAL PROTON TORPEDO damage
  • Vengeful Barrage – Increases the damage of LASER BARRAGE
  • Flight Commander – Increases the duration of INFERNO LEADER
  • Reinforced Hull – Increases the total health of the starfighter
  • Tuned Lasers – Increases primary weapon damage
  • Advanced Capacitors – Improves the primary weapons resistance to overheating
  • Repair Systems – Reduces the delay before health regeneration begins
  • Elite Pilot – Increases the turn rate of the starfighter
  • Engine Upgrade – Increases the top speed and how quickly the starfighter can accelerate and decelerate

Iden Versio’s TIE/In fighter Milestones:

  • Rapid Assault – Used Iden Versio’s TIE/LN fighter AFTERBURNER ability 25 times
  • Precision Strike – Achieve 25 DUAL PROTON TORPEDO kills with Iden Versio’s TIE/LN Fighter
  • Hope Cannot Save Them – Achieve 25 LASER BARRAGE kills with Iden Versio’s TIE/LN Fighter
  • Avenge Our Emperor – Use Iden Versio’s TIE/LN Fighter INFERNO LEADER ability 25 times

Heroes:
Finn

  • Reduced base damage of his EL-16 from 65 to 45
  • Reduced the time before heat cooldown kicks in from 3.5 to 1.5 seconds
  • Reduced damage of each Deadeye shot from 40 to 30

Phasma

  • Reduced the heat generated per shot of her F-11D

Lando

  • Fixed a bug where Maximized Efficiency was not properly granting cooldown reduction

Boba Fett

  • Reduced the damage per rocket of Rocket Barrage from 90 to 78
  • Reduced the inner damage radius for each rocket of Rocket Barrage from 2 to 1.5 meters
  • Reduced the outer damage radius for each rocket of Rocket Barrage from 4 to 3 meters

Classes & Special Units
Wookiee Warrior

  • Reduced Bowcaster center projectile damage multiplier from 1.3 to 1
  • Lowered Bowcaster fall off distance at the start from 20 to 10 meters & at the end from 30 to 25 meters
  • Reshuffled Bowcaster explosion damage and projectile damage to make falloff have higher effect
  • Increased Bowcaster heat per shot

Specialist

  • Reduce size of scope glint
  • Added scope glint to the following long range weapons: EL-16HFE, A-280, Pulse Rifle, and Captain Phasma’s F-11D
  • Reduced heat per shot for the following long range weapons: Valken-38X, E-5S, DLT-20A, DLT-19x, A280, and DLT-19D
  • Increased the bursts per minute of all Infiltration variants from 100 to 130

Heavy

  • Reduced the AOE of Supercharged and Explosive sentry
  • Increased heat per shot for Supercharged Sentry from 0.015 to 0.017

Officer

  • Reduced explosion damage when turret is destroyed by blaster fire from 150 to 25

Weapons:
CR2

  • Lowered start damage from 17 to 16
  • Lowered end damage from 9 to 8
  • Reduced damage falloff end distance from 40 to 30 meters

Barrage

  • Reduced inner blast radius from 3.5 to 2 meters
  • Increased outer blast radius from 5 to 6 meters
  • Increased explosion damage from 55 to 100

Blurrg-1120

  • Reduced falloff start distance from 20 to 15 meters
  • Reduced start damage of Explosive Shot from 29 to 26
  • Reduced end damage of Explosive Shot from 10 to 8
  • Reduced inner blast radius of Explosive Shot from 0.8 to 0.7 meters
  • Reduced outer blast radius of Explosive Shot from 2 to 1.8 meters
  • Reduced accuracy of the final shots when Burst Mod is equipped

Trip Mine

  • Increased the number of mines that can be deployed at the same time from 1 to 2
  • Raised the time until the mines disappeared after death from 5 to 15 seconds

Galactic Assault:
Kamino

  • Updated spawns to help the Droids attack
  • Phase 2 capture areas are now only the platforms

Tatooine

  • Removed the A-Wing
  • Reduced AT-ST Battlepoint cost from 2500 to 1500
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Naboo

  • Updated spawns to help the Droids attack
  • Reduced health of the MTT
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Death Star II

  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Endor

  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Hoth

  • Reduced health of the AT-ATs
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Kashyyyk

  • Reduced health of the MTTs
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Crait

  • Updated spawns to help the First Order attack
  • Reduced health of the Phase 3 objectives from 5000 to 4000
  • Reduced health of the AT-M6s

Jakku

  • Made 2 AT-ST’s available in Phase 1
  • Updated spawns to better orient players
  • Updated combat area for Phase 4
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Yavin

  • Lowered Battlepoint cost for AT-STs from 2500 to 2000
  • Lowered Battlepoint cost for Deathtroopers from 3000 to 2000
  • Lowered Battlepoint cost for Imperial Rocket Trooper from 2000 to 1750
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Takodana

  • Added AT-ST to Phase 1
  • Updated Phase 2 objective locations
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Starkiller Base

  • Tweaked Resistance spawns in Phase 1
  • Updated First Order combat area in Phase 1
  • Reduced explosive objective timer

Strike:

  • Tweaked Bomb Timer duration
  • Minor balancing tweaks

General:

  • Added a night variant to Tatooine Maps
  • Increased the frequency that night variants appear on Kashyyyk and Endor
  • Updated visual appearances of the First Order on Crait
  • Fixed a bug where both the Officer’s Recharge Command and Finn’s Big Deal abilities were not affecting Heroes or Special Units properly
  • Fixed an issue where each sector on the minimap would not light up properly the first time an enemy fired
  • Reduced fade in time for a minimap sector from 0.3 to 0.1 seconds
  • Stability improvements
  • Misc. bug fixing

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WWE 2K18’s Final DLC ‘Enduring Icons Pack’ Screenshots Released

2K has released assets for the final bit of DLC for WWE 2K18, which is called the Enduring Icons Pack. The DLC is now live and ready for download. Talent in the Enduring Icons DLC pack includes:

  • WWE Superstars Jeff and Matt Hardy;
  • WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix;
  • WWE Hall of Famers Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson (The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express)

The Enduring Icons Pack is available now for $9.99 for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC; the pack is also included as part of the WWE 2K18 Season Pass. In addition, the Enduring Icons Pack will be available for Nintendo Switch at a later date. You can check out new screenshots from the pack below. There’s also a trailer to check out after the screens.

 

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Dark Souls Remastered Coming to Switch and Will Be 4K on PS4 Pro, PC, and Xbox One X

Bandai and FromSoftware revealed today that Dark Souls Remastered is a thing, and that it will be coming out for the Switch, PS4, PC, and Xbox One. FromSoftware also revealed that the remastered version of the game will run in 4K on PC, PS4 Pro, and Xbox One X. A trailer that you can watch above has been released to compliment the reveal.

Dark Souls Remastered hits retail May 25, 2018.

About Dark Souls Remastered

Delve Into the World of DARK SOULS Like Never Before with PlayStation 4 Pro System and Xbox One X Enhancements and Portability with Nintendo Switch! Developed by FromSoftware Inc., DARK SOULS: REMASTERED enables players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran in the first title of the critically acclaimed action role-playing series like never before. Experience the rich world of DARK SOULS in Dynamic 4K resolution when playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro system, Xbox One X, and STEAM. From their first timid steps to absolute mastery, players will build their characters by strategically adapting to daunting foes, exploring haunting locations, and amassing a large collection of weapons, armor, and magic spells to wield for a truly unique playstyle.

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Episode Four of Telltale’s ‘Batman: The Enemy Within’ Premieres January 23

Telltale has revealed when the fourth episode of its Batman: The Enemy Within series will debut for all platforms, and the date is January 23. The title of the episode is “What Ails You” and it sounds like Bruce’s plan to play the part of a bad guy may be finally blowing up in his face. The episode will be available for all platforms in two weeks. You can check out a few screenshots from the episode below.

About the episode

When the Pact puts its plan into motion, Bruce’s cover is finally blown, and as his web of lies unravels, new questions emerge: When and how will the Pact regroup? What’s truly motivating Amanda Waller and the Agency? And perhaps most importantly, how will John Doe handle the truth about his buddy Bruce? With another showdown brewing, the clown prince of crime may finally earn his crown…

 

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New Monster Hunter: World Trailer Introduces Elder Dragons

Capcom has issued a new press release and trailer for Monster Hunter: World. You can check out the trailer for the Elder dragons above, and you can read the official press release below. Monster Hunter: World launches on January 26 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with a PC release coming later in Autumn 2018.

From Capcom

During a live stream in Japan today, Capcom announced new details and a trailer for the upcoming launch of Monster Hunter: Worldwhich is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26, 2018. This new trailer introduces several new and returning favorite Elder Dragons.

The steel dragon Kushala Daora is a beast with a body covered in metal plates and has the power to keep hunters at bay by generating wind storms around itself. The flame king dragon Teostra is a brutal fiend that spits blazing fire and any hunter who faces this fierce and deadly monster is in danger of being engulfed in a hellish inferno. Another monster introduced in the trailer is Dodogama, a rock-eating wyvern that possesses a unique saliva that causes rock to become explosive, a hazardous mix it will spit at its foes to warn off attackers.

Also confirmed today is a final beta planned for all PlayStation 4 users which will begin in North America on January 18 and will go through January 22. In addition to the previously released Great Jagras, Anjanath and Barroth quests, players will now be able to battle against the game’s terrifying and challenging flagship monster Nergigante.

Finally, Capcom today confirmed that there are plans for post-launch support of Monster Hunter: World with regular content updates, as well as major title updates for free. The first major title update will be coming in Spring 2018 which includes the addition of the fan-favorite monster Deviljho. Players will be able to put their hunting skills to the test against this brute. The Deviljho must feed constantly and will devour anything in its way, even feeding on the largest of monsters with its massive jowls. This wild beast really is one for only the bravest of hunters to take on!

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