Gaming Roundup: Halo 5 Forge on PC, Titanfall 2 Tech Test Findings, Evolve Stage 2, and Imagining BioShock
Hey now gamers you know what time it is, yes it’s time to roundup the day’s important gaming news in one simple to read post. Below you’ll find the top items from the gaming industry news machine, which include details about Halo 5 Forge on PC, the results of the Titanfall 2 tech test, Evolve Stage 2, and the latest Imaging BioSchock episode. Get gamed below!
First up, Microsoft announced plans for Halo 5 forge on PC, which is set to go live on September 8th. The game’s Anvil Legacy update was detailed as well. You can learn more about it below.
- Content Browser that Spans Platforms. The Anvil’s Legacy content release brings the highly anticipated content browser to Forge mode in Halo 5: Guardians on Xbox One – a new, streamlined way to discover community-created Forge content, with support for custom maps, game modes and Forge Object Groups. Combined with Halo 5: Forge on Windows 10 PC, the new content browser will let users browse, access and enjoy content from both PC and console Forgers, regardless of which system it was originally created on.
- New Arena and Warzone Maps – Mercy and Temple. With the addition of “Mercy”, a new battleground is open for competitive Arena players, while “Temple” brings the desert environment of Sanghelios to Warzone Assault modes.
- New Weapons, REQs, Customization Options and More. Anvil’s Legacy brings several new desirable REQ items including three new weapons, new Sound Dampener attachments, weapon and armor skins, and more.
Respawn put out a lengthy post on the Titanfall 2 tech test, which contains plenty of comments that players may be interested based on the feedback that the team received. You can read it in full on their website.
Turtle Rock released a video for the Evolve Stage 2 Deepest Dark Beta, which is currently live on PC for free. You can check out the video below.
2K keeps teasing the Imagining BioShock documentary, which will be available in The BioShock Collection as unlockable videos from collecting pickups. Check out the latest teaser below.
Finally, Sony released another trailer for PlayStation VR Worlds to show off another one of its experiences, which is called Scavenger’s Odyssey. Check it out below.
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