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Gaming Roundup: Gears 4 Loot Crate, NHL 17 Gameplay, and More

It’s time to get caught up on the important gaming news you may have missed today due to, well, life. We did cover the new Overwatch hero and Neverwinter’s PS4 release already, so what you’ll find below are the items that got pushed by the wayside this morning and afternoon.

First up, Loot Crate unveiled a Gear of War 4 Super Crate, which contains items from the franchise and if upgraded, a code for the game when it launches. The standard crate will cost $74.99, while the crate with the game code retails for $129.99. A few of the collectibles include:

  • Rev up an epic COG weapon replica
  • Find cover (even if you’re an Outsider) with a cool hoodie
  • Swap out your canteen for high quality glassware & more
  • Add the Gears of War 4 digital download to your bundle so you can play on Xbox One & Windows 10 on Launch Day!
  • BONUS: Vintage Del Pack and Xbox 360 Gears of War collection included with digital game pre-orders

You can pre-order the crate from Loot Crate.

EA released a new gameplay trailer for NHL 17, which is set to hit the PS4 and Xbox One on September 13th. The trailer can be watched below.

A new Ghostbusters game is now available, so its launch trailer dropped today, which you can see below.

Sony released the launch trailer for Song of the Deep, which you can dive into below.

Sony also released the launch trailer for Kill Strain on the PS4. You know the drill.

Sony also released a featurette for Uncharted 4 to show off how the game’s dances were captured for multiplayer. Scope it below.

Finally, Atlus dropped a new trailer for The King of Fighters XIV, which shows off Nightmare Geese, and not those aren’t the ones that shit all over the place and hold up traffic, it’s a bad bad man.

 

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