Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Resident Evil Village DLC Announced

Resident Evil Village had no season pass or much in the way of future plans outside of RE: Verse, the attached multiplayer project coming in July. However, Capcom has just revealed that it is creating DLC for Resident Evil Village “due to popular demand.” The publisher and developer did not give any details on what this upcoming DLC would be.And that might be because it is very early in development and likely wasn’t planned beforehand, hence the lack of a season pass. The slide announcing the DLC said Capcom was just starting on it, meaning we probably won’t see anything for some time. The slide ended with Capcom promising “more info later.”MORE: Netflix’s Live-Action Resident Evil Series Reveals Main CastResident Evil has had a bunch of odd DLC. Resident Evil 7 had a slew of unique packs from a Saw-like version of the card game 21 to a roguelike adventure to a free campaign starring Chris Redfield. It was all wildly different and it remains to be seen if Capcom will emulate this off-the-wall approach with Village or go for a more story-based expansion.MORE: Ada Wong Was Cut From Resident Evil Village
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    Monster Hunter Rise Summer Roadmap Revealed

    Capcom’s latest entry in its beloved Monster Hunter series seems to be the game that keeps on giving. During the Capcom E3 2021 Showcase, Capcom showed off the Monster Hunter Rise summer roadmap, which revealed what the game has to offer players over the next few months.RELATED: Monster Hunter Stories 2 E3 Trailer Released, Free Updates AnnouncedStarting on June 18, the first of three Capcom Collabs will be coming to Monster Hunter Rise. Players will be able to receive the Tsukino Palico Layered Armor as an event quest reward in a crossover with the upcoming turn-based RPG Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. This will be followed by the Ver. 3.1 update, which will go live on June 24. This will include new event quests, cosmetics, and DLC.The month of July will see the launch of Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, and Monster Hunter Rise will reward players who are playing the new JRPG. Starting on July 9, you will be able to use your save data from the new game to redeem the “Rider” hunter layered armor set which is based on the gear of the Mahana Village Monster Riders. At the end of the month, the game will get the Ver. 3.2 update, which will introduce another Capcom Collab, DLC, and event quests.RELATED: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles E3 Trailer Shows GameplayLastly, the Ver. 3.3 update will hit sometime in August. Like the previous updates, it will feature another Capcom Collab, as well as more DLC, and event quests.If you want to start hunting some monsters, Monster Hunter Rise is available now for Nintendo Switch and PC. Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin will launch for Nintendo Switch and PC on July 9.

    Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties Is Arriving at Modern Systems Somehow

    Limited Run Games has decided that they’ll do anything for a buck, even if it means reopening the mental scars left behind in the wider gaming public by one of the worst pieces of software ever to be put out on a store shelf. Indeed, they have announced that they’ll be releasing the utterly awful Panasonic 3DO title Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties on modern platforms.Yes, the bizarre full-motion video slideshow car crash stars Edward J. Foster and former GLOW wrestler Jeanne Basone. It is generally considered to be one of the most putrid, ridiculous (and not in a good way), terrible, pointless, and downright vomitous pieces of not-very-interactive and sort-of-pornographic-but-not-quite entertainment ever to be released. It just won’t die.Apparently, terrible acting performances and music that will make you want to pull out your own eardrums is enough to put the game into “so bad, it’ll sell if we release it again!” territory.If you don’t believe us, just look at this soul-destroying Tweet.Finally, the most requested and anticipated game of ALL TIME. We're bringing Plumbers Don't Wear Ties to PS4, PS5, PC, and Switch physically and digitally! Follow us for more info. #LRG3 pic.twitter.com/zNNcvfLf5i— Limited Run Games (@LimitedRunGames) June 14, 2021Limited Run will release Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties in both physical and digital form for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch soon.For some reason.

    THE FANTASTIC Ace Attorney Chronicles E3 Trailer Shows Gameplay

    Capcom’s E3 showcase has taken place, and the company was keen to dole out a new gameplay trailer and a hefty amount of gameplay information about The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles, which hits the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC in July.Previously only available as two separately-packaged titles by the name of Dai Gyakuten Saiban in Japan for the Nintendo 3DS, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles has been polished up and brought right up to date. Featuring Phoenix Wright’s ancestor Ryunosuke Naruhodo and the somewhat incredibly named Herlock Sholmes — no, we’re not joking — the game brings two new gameplay elements to the familiar Ace Attorney mix.[embedded content]RELATED: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Gets July Release Date, New TrailerThe first of those elements— Dance of Deduction— sees Herlock make wildly inaccurate logical leaps to come to inaccurate conclusions. Ryunosuke and Susato must correct his errors and come up with new pieces of evidence. Elsewhere, Summation Examinations take place in the courtroom, with Ryunosuke trying to find things to which he can object in order to tilt the scales of justice in his favor and get the desired verdict.It’ll all be kicking right off in old London town, guv’nor, when The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles launches on July 21. The package will be available for $39.99, or $59.99 if you decide to plump for a special bundle that also contains the three Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney titles. Cor blimey!

    Babylon’s Fall E3 2021 Trailer Shows New Gameplay

    Square Enix and Platinum Games revealed a brand new trailer for their upcoming cooperative action game Babylon’s Fall. It also announced that anyone interested may sign up for the closed beta right now.RELATED: Life Is Strange: True Colors Gameplay RevealedThe new three-minute gameplay trailer of Babylon’s Fall shows off its stylish combat, which includes various kinds of weapons like hammers, swords, bows, and spears, as well as magic. It also puts its cooperative play in the forefront, as up to four players can play together. We also get a good look at the game’s unique art style and fantasy setting. According to Square Enix, the visuals use a newly developed “brushwork style” that is influenced by medieval oil painting.[embedded content]A developer interview for Babylon’s Fall was also released. It features interviews from the game’s development team, including Director Kenji Saito, and gives some insight on what the team is attempting to achieve.RELATED: Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Series Announced for PC & MobileIf you liked what you saw of Babylon’s Fall, you can sign up for the closed beta right now by going to the game’s official website. You will need a Square Enix account and internet access to participate in the beta.According to Square Enix, there will be a series of closed beta tests for Babylon’s Fall as the game approaches its launch. These tests will be held over three phases, with each one with a different goal in mind. The results garnered from the closed betas will help improve Babylon’s Fall during its development. For this test period, the closed beta is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.[embedded content]

    Microsoft Announces The Outer Worlds 2 at E3 2021

    When Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds released in 2019, it received critical acclaim from critics and fans. Now, the developers are ready to return, announcing The Outer Worlds 2 during Microsoft and Bethesda’s E3 2021 showcase.RELATED: Starfield Release Date, Platforms, & Trailer LeakedThe game received a brief trailer during the show, which featured an extremely tongue-in-cheek narrator that talked about the behind-the-scenes aspects of making a trailer for a game. Despite the meta trailer, nothing else was really shown for the game, so fans will have to wait for more information on when they can expect more news.You can check out the trailer for The Outer Worlds 2 below:The trailer’s caption for the game teased a new solar system, new crew, and more of the same from what fans loved from the original game. However, it’s clear that Obsidian isn’t ready to showcase much else about the game. “New solar system, new crew, same Outer Worlds. The Outer Worlds 2 is coming…and when that day is closer, we will show you more…but until then, enjoy this,” says Microsoft.RELATED: Sea of Thieves Getting Pirates of the Caribbean DLC CrossoverWhen it does launch, though, fans can expect the title to release on Xbox Game Pass, as the original game was included in the subscription service at launch, and it’s likely that Microsoft will follow suit with this highly anticipated sequel.

    Psychonauts 2 Receives Gameplay Release and Trailer Date

    Fans have been anxiously awaiting more news on the upcoming Psychonauts 2, and during Sunday’s Microsoft and Bethesda showcase at E3 2021, a release date for the game was finally revealed.RELATED: Starfield Release Date, Platforms, & Trailer LeakedPsychonauts 2 will be launching on August 25, giving players the chance to dive into the game that’s been in development for some time. Just like nearly every other game revealed during the showcase, Psychonauts 2 will also launch on Xbox Game Pass, giving players even more reason to dive into the service.You can check out the newest trailer for Psychonauts 2 below:In the brief trailer, we see Raz exploring even more of the weird and unique worlds players will get to see in the upcoming game. Similar to the overall tone of the game, the trailer has a bit of a silly overall tone, which wouldn’t be too shocking considering the original game.RELATED: Sea of Thieves Getting Pirates of the Caribbean DLC CrossoverThe game, which is being developed by Double Fine, was initially announced years ago, with a crowdfunding effort on Fig launched in 2015. Since then, Microsoft has acquired Double Fine, but Psychonauts 2 will still be coming out for PlayStation 4 alongside Xbox platforms and PC.Psychonauts 2 will launch on August 25 on PlayStation 4, Xbox platforms, and PC.

    Halo Infinite Trailer Reveals Multiplayer, Release Window

    Halo Infinite saw a heavy delay out of the Xbox Series X/S’ launch last year, but Microsoft has come back at this E3 with a new trailer, release window, and multiplayer reveal. The video reveals the classic Halo multiplayer, which will be free for all players on Xbox One, PC, and Xbox Series X/S. Halo Infinite‘s release window is still vague, as Microsoft only revealed it would be coming out sometime in holiday 2021. And, as if needed to be said, the game will be on Game Pass on day one.MORE: Starfield Release Date, Platforms, & Trailer Leaked[embedded content]The trailer showcased a ton of classic Halo gameplay and weapons. Players can use the grappling hook found in the single-player to hijack vehicles, as shown when one of the players snatched a Banshee out of the air. It also looked like it could grab other equipment, too, which was also shown in the single-player demo from 2020. The iconic announcer is also back. There were also a few mysteries, but 343 will likely reveal more before the game’s launch. Some of those mysteries might be covered in the livestream happening on June 14.MORE: Avalanche Studios Announces Open World Co-Op Game Contraband

    Starfield Release Date, Platforms, & Trailer Leaked

    UPDATE: Microsoft just confirmed the date in its press conference, showing the exact trailer that leaked with the same Starfield release date and platforms. But this trailer revealed a somewhat obvious detail: It will be playable on Game Pass on day one.The Washington Post is known for breaking stories and now the publication just likely broke an embargo. The outlet posted a full trailer of Starfield, Bethesda’s highly anticipated space RPG, ahead of Microsoft’s E3 press conference. The video, which was posted at 8:10 AM PT, reveals the Starfield release date as well as platforms. According to the trailer, it is coming to the Xbox Series X/S and PC on November 11, 2022, exactly 11 years after Skyrim.MORE: Far Cry 6 Season Pass Lets You Become Villains, Includes Blood DragonThe game is not coming to the Xbox One, PS4, or PS5, which makes sense given Microsoft’s purchase of the company in September 2020 for $7.5 billion. That kind of money doesn’t often lead to giving away exclusives. There were rumblings of this being the case, as reported on by journalists like Jeff Grubb.The trailer is very much a tease (which look close to the leaked images), as it only shows some brief looks into space, a spaceship, and a planetoid that looks like the moon. There’s some voiceover before it cuts to the rocket launching, which reveals the game’s proposed release date. There’s also a two-minute making-of video where Todd Howard briefly talks about the new journey the team has been on making a sci-fi RPG. He states that the team has only dreamt of making a game like this and now the technology they have can finally make that dream a reality.MORE: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Getting Expansions in 2022, Discovery Tour SoonPlayers are part of Constellation, the last group of space explorers, as they search “for the answers to life’s greatest mystery.” Howard claims players can be who they want, go where they want, and experience the crafted story, and make their own. This trailer also appears to imply that Bethesda will be more open about the development process before release.

    Cry 6 Season Pass ENABLES YOU TO Become Villains far, Includes Blood Dragon

    Ubisoft’s E3 event is in full swing and, as expected, more details about the season pass for the forthcoming Far Cry 6 have been confirmed.In a two-minute trailer, the company showed that players who own the season pass will be able to delve into the backstories of some of the franchise’s most nefarious villains. Vaas Montenegro, Pagam Min, and Joseph Seed will all become playable and will all be given life by their original voice actors.RELATED: Far Cry 6 Director Writes Open Letter to Fans: ‘Our Story Is Political’Ubisoft says that players will have to battle the inner demons of the villains in a “new gameplay experience in which you will have to die…and retry” with the ultimate goal being to escape the mind of a villain.If that doesn’t float your boat, the company also confirmed that what is inarguably the best game in the series – Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – will be making a return for those who own the season pass. Whether or not this re-release will be made available to those who don’t partake in Far Cry 6 has yet to be confirmed.RELATED: Far Cry 6 Release Date Announced During Gameplay RevealThe good news is that the season pass is bundled with the Gold, Ultimate, and Collector’s Editions of the game, and will also be available separately if you decide to pick it up later. Far Cry 6 will release on October 7 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and all five Google Stadia owners will be able to join the fun as well.Additionally, a new cinematic trailer for the core game was released, which you can see below:[embedded content]

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