Wondering how you make a nice cup of coffee in Mundaun? We've got all the info you need, allowing you to improve your fear resistance.
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A hilarious and hectic co-op game about racing around a track while your friend is still building it, Can't Drive This is a must-play.
Looking to tame a wolf in Fortnite? Here's how you can do it.
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Mundaun, available now on PS4, Xbox One and PC and hitting Switch in April, is a hand-pencilled horror game unlike any other.
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This year has seen the Hitman: World of Assassination trilogy wrap up in the form of the excellent Hitman 3. But just how much has the series changed since its beginnings in 2000?
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Necromunda: Hired Gun is a first-person shooter set in the Warhammer 40K universe, coming this June.
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Goblins get a raw deal, slaughtered just so Johnny Chainmail-Pants can level up. Now Goblin Stone is going to put things right.
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Square Enix have revealed the details of their open world action RPG, Forspoken.
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Assassin's Creed Valhalla is going to Ireland this April. But in the meantime, get some Easter Eggs down your neck.
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Sporting dual protagonists, Scarlet Nexus is an anime-styled RPG hack-em-up arriving this June.
It centres around a girl named Alex as she arrives in a new town – Haven Springs – looking for a new beginning.
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One of the most important things in life is family.
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Earlier today, there was word that Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD Remaster would be seeing release in the west, finally, sometime in May. At the time, Atlus wasn't ready to fully commit to that it seems. Now, however, it's become official. Not only will the game be coming in that timeframe outside Japan, it will also be adding another platform.
Originally announced for PS4 and Switch, Atlus has made it official that the game will also be coming to PC via Steam. It will come in both Standard Edition, which will cost $49.99, and Digital Deluxe Edition for $69.99. The Digital Deluxe Edition will include all DLC, including the Maniax Pack that returns Dante from the Devil May Cry series, and the Mercy and Expectation Map Pack that includes new missions and side activities. Another perk of the Deluxe Edition will be getting access to the game 4 days early on May 21st. There's also free DLC such as Merciful Difficulty for those who find the game's notorious difficulty a bit too much. You can also buy the mentioned DLC above separately, but no price point was given at this time.
Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD Remaster will release on May 25th for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
ATLUS Director Kazuyuki Yamai has a special message for all #SMT3 fans!
Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam on May 25, 2021.
— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) March 19, 2021
After facing an initial delay, Watch Dogs: Legion's online mode is now available for PC. Title Update 3.22 went live today and along with prepping online multiplayer for release, it also contains a number of fixes. Ubisoft also re-affirmed that the first Tactical Op would go live for all platforms on March 23rd.
As for the PC-specific issues that have been fixed, they include a bug that caused an infinite loading screen after starting the in-game benchmark and certain objects not reflecting properly when ray tracing was enabled. Issues that caused performance to decline after hours of using an AMD GPU or ray tracing have also been fixed. This is in addition to numerous crash fixes.
Check out the full update notes here for more details. Watch Dogs: Legion's online mode is currently available for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and Google Stadia. It adds four player online co-op with open world events and co-op missions. There's also Spiderbot Arena, a PvP free-for-all mode. Expect more content and updates in the coming months.
- Fixed an issue that could cause an infinite loading screen after initiating the in-game benchmark.
- Fixed an issue that would cause certain objects to not reflect properly while ray tracing was enabled.
- Fixed an issue that could cause a black screen and invisible UI elements when loading up the game for the first time while using DX12.
- Fixed an issue that could cause game performance to be drastically reduced after several hours of gameplay when using an AMD graphics card and have ray tracing enabled.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the game to crash when quickly switching between app categories in the data app.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the game to crash while free roaming the Open World.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the hologram during the More Human Than Human mission to not be smooth when using High, Very High or Ultra presets with DX12 enabled.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the game to crash when selecting certain weapons.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Buy Upgrade button in the Tech tab to not be highlighted when hovering over it with the mouse pointer.
CD Projekt RED has released a new development update on Cyberpunk 2077's upcoming patch 1.2. Currently scheduled for the second half of March, it includes a few changes to Night City PD response and controls. Satirizing the current police AI which makes officers appear out of thin air, the developer confirmed they'll now take a bit longer to properly respond to crime.
"This is an important step in addressing the behavior of the police in our game. It should decrease the problem of NPCs spawning behind players' backs and create an impression that it takes some time for the police to arrive at the crime scene after the crime has been reported," said lead gameplay designer Patryk and technical design coordinator Łukasz. A recon drone is also being added to "create the feeling of the police assessing the situation."
Another change is the addition of a Steering Sensitivity slider, allowing players to better control their vehicles. The developer also noted that cars became tougher to control at lower frame rates so the steering speed should now be "very consistent from 20 to 60+ FPS." Individual cars, like the Archer Hella, have also seen some tweaks in this regard. Also, those who find their vehicles stuck on curbs or other obstacles can now rock them side to side or roll them to get free.
Finally, dodging on double-tapping a movement key can now be turned off in the settings. Double-tapping the Crouch button will still allow for dodging but for now, moving WASD bindings should be "more feasible." Other bindings will be fixed in "upcoming patches." CD Projekt RED hasn't given a release window for update 1.2 but stay tuned for more details in the coming days.
During the Square Enix Showcase yesterday, Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal officially revealed Black Panther for Marvel's Avengers. He's part of the upcoming War for Wakanda expansion which is out in "Summer and beyond" as per the current roadmap. But where's Spider-Man, who was announced to be joining the roster exclusively on PlayStation consoles?
Speaking to IGN, Crystal Dynamics studio head Scot Amos was asked about the same. He stated that, "Formally, officially, people are working on him right now. So it is still on our roadmap for the future." However, Amos confirmed that Spider-Man would not be releasing before Black Panther. The roadmap only lists what the studio is committing to for the short-term.
That being said, Amos reaffirmed that, "There are people working on [him] and we still fully expect Spider-Man to come to PlayStation." When that could be remains to be seen.
Marvel's Avengers launched last year for Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia with the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 versions only recently becoming available. A new hero, Clint Barton aka Hawkeye, has also been added along with new story missions in Operation: Hawkeye – Future Imperfect. Future content includes Tachyon Anomaly missions, new War Zones and a new Villain Sector. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.
Following the delay of Hogwarts Legacy, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has confirmed that Gotham Knights has also been delayed. Instead of 2021, the action adventure title will now release in 2022. Over on Twitter, Warner Bros. Games Montreal said that it's giving the game "more time to deliver the best possible experience for players."
It also "looks forward to showcasing more of the game in the coming months." While the COVID-19 pandemic wasn't explicitly stated as a reason, it's likely to have had an impact on development over the past year. How will this impact the release of Suicide Squad, which is currently slated for next year from Rocksteady? We'll have to wait and find out.
Gotham Knights is in development for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S and PS5. It's set in a brand new timeline where Batman has "died" and the Court of Owls threatens to take over Gotham City. As a member of the Bat Family, players will control Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin to restore order to the city. Along with upgrades and unique abilities for each character, the title also supports co-op for up to two players.
— Gotham Knights (@GothamKnights) March 19, 2021
Dead Cells launched back in 2018, nearly three years ago, but it has somehow managed to remain in the zeitgeist since then. Thanks to constant updates, big and small, from Motion Twin and Evil Empire, Dead Cells has not only managed to retain a solid playerbase, but even see consistent growth for it at a pretty steady rate since its release. That, of course, has resulted in impressive sales for the roguelike action title, and it's now hit another sales landmark.
Motion Twin and Evil Empire have confirmed that Dead Cells has now sold over 5 million units at launch. This is up from the 3.5 million sales that were reported in December 2020. The sudden burst in sales has been attributed to the game's mobile launch in China, which in itself has already sold 1 million units. Meanwhile, The Bad Seed DLC, which originally launched last year, will also be releasing for the game on iOS and Android soon, so players should be quite busy with new content for a while.
Dead Cells is available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, and Android.
Tripwire Interactive's open world action RPG Maneater might not have been the biggest or most high profile release of 2020, but it was definitely one of the most enjoyable games of last year- which isn't surprising, given the fact that it lets you play as a shark and chomp away on humans (and other sharks) to your heart's content. Since its launch, it's also been brought over to next-gen systems, but a Switch version, which had actually been confirmed long, long before that, has been stuck in a limbo of sorts. Well, until now, at least.
Tripwire Interactive and publisher Deep Silver have confirmed that Maneater will finally be releasing for the Nintendo Switch on May 25, just a little over a couple of months from now. Details haven't been confirmed on things such as resolution and frame rate, but those will probably arrive in the coming weeks.
Maneater is currently available for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Tripwire Interactive have also confirmed that they're working on DLC for the game. In the meantime, be sure to check out our review of the base game through here.
Even though the year is still pretty fresh, it's been quite a big one already for Codemasters. The European company was acquired in full by Electronic Arts, after a bidding war between them and Take-Two Interactive. Who knows how that will go, but either way, the company still produces a lot of racing games. One of those was last year's DiRT 5, a game we were a big fan of. Those with Xbox consoles can also get a free taste this weekend.
It was announced that DiRT 5 would be totally free to play for those who subscribe to Xbox Live Gold, which also obviously includes those who partake in Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The game features off road racing with over 70 unique courses that cover all types of weather and road conditions.
DiRT 5 is available on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One where it will be playable for free this weekend, and it's also available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Last year it was announced that the legendary Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne would be getting the HD remaster treatment. It was set to come with new features, such as full voice acting, as well as various new DLC and side activities. The game released already in Japan, and was said to come westward sometime in Spring of 2021. In classic Atlus fashion, the company has been deftly silent since then, but now we could know when to expect the RPG.
According to Persona Central, Nintendo of Europe put out a press release stating that the game will release on May 25. As of now, though, no one else has confirmed this and neither Nintendo nor Atlus has commented on this date, so we have to put that under rumor for the time being. However, it is worth noting that the game was recently rated by the ESRB, which would indicate a release date is soon. As noted by Persona Central, there is a concert scheduled around the series, "Shin Megami Tensei Online Live 2021 Reason of Music," and Atlus has been known to drop big news at random functions like this, so it's possible it'll be announced then.
Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD Remaster is set to release for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch this year.
The Evil Within was released in 2014, and was the last game that Resident Evil Creator Shinji Mikami has directed. The game was an interesting horror title, one that took the over the shoulder perspective made famous by Mikami's previous Resident Evil 4 to create a more brutal and frightening game with a fractured story. It is also now under the Microsoft Umbrella due to the recent purchase of Bethesda and was one of the first patch of Bethesda titles brought to Game Pass. However, the game was also infamous for having a lot of technical issues across the board, though it seems on PC, this may have been fixed unexpectedly.
A speedrunner for the game, Jigsaw_Killer, posted on his YouTube that the version of the game now available on Xbox Game Pass PC is not the same as the previous Steam PC version. In fact, it seems to have improved a lot. Not only do they say it runs much smoother, it also has several new options, such as a first person mode, FOV slider, new icons for sneaking and using torches Low/Medium options for Camera Bob and stamina functionality has been tweaked.
There has been nothing official said about this, so it's unclear if this is going to be exclusive to the Xbox Game Pass PC version or will eventually this version will be ported over to the Steam version or consoles.