It’s been a busy ass day, but not when it comes to us getting out game news, so it’s time for the EB gaming roundup, which may or may not be a daily series of posts.
First up, Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few is now available through Steam Early Access and the Xbox Preview Program, so a new gameplay trailer released to show off what it offers.
Warner Bros. announced the arrival of two new DLC packs for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens with trailer, both of which you can watch below. The packs are part of the game’s $9.99 Season Pass, but can also be purchased for $2.99 a piece.
Merge VR announced that its virtual reality goggles will be sold in Best Buy stores starting today. The goggles are a cheap entry into VR, so check out our review to see if you should pick them up.
2K released the faction video for France in Civ 6, which you can learn more about below.
Fallout 4’s latest add-on, Vault-Tec Workshop, is available today for download worldwide on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC for $4.99!
505 Games released a featurette for ABZU to go over its musical score. Listen in on the process below.
Ubisoft released the first video in its “Remote Access” series for Watch Dogs 2, and it covers the characters of Marcus and Dedsec. Check it out below.
Chambara released for the PS4 today, so you can catch its launch trailer below.
Riptide GP: Renegade also released for the PS4, so it too got a launch trailer.
Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is another new release for the PS4 today, so guess what–yup–there’s a launch trailer to watch.
Square released a new trailer for the Mobius Final Fantasy mobile title, which can be viewed below.
Activision released launch trailer for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2, which are available today to download for the PS4. The games will also release for PCs and the Xbox One. They cost $39.99 a piece, or $59.99 for the bundle.
Finally, Smosh Games released the Honest Game Trailer parody for Pokemon GO, so head on down below to have a laugh at the world’s current most popular video game.
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