For those of you who have not heard of this game, do not fret as there will be a gameplay trailer in this article featuring this stunning little indie title. Morphite is an atmospheric, exploration sci-fi shooter; all of that together sounds like one hell of a mash up, though from the trailer it looks to pull off what it has set out to.
After its announcement at E3 2017, The Evil Within 2 is shaping up to be larger and creepier than its previous iteration. Bethesda Softworks released a brand new gameplay trailer for this survival horror/action adventure game titled Survive. The trailer showcases many strange beings and mind bending sequences that if you are an outsider looking in to the game, you may feel you might have to start taking some for of medication to get onto the games level.
On the build up to San Diego Comic Con TellTale Games have shown their hand to much delight from fans of the narrative driven games studio. The studio released a video on their YouTube channel which highlights the next 3 big games coming out.
The three iconic games coming out will be; Batman: The Enemy Within, The Walking Dead: The Final Season and (much to my sheer and utter delight)The Wolf Among Us: Season 2.
Today on the Twitter feed of Phil Spencer the announcement that 2 games teased at E3 have been confirmed to support 4K on the Xbox One X. The games in question are Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and The Evil Within 2, both games were shown off as visually stunning when announced at E3 and going forward it is a wonder to see what extra definition can bring to the games arsenals.
The announcement comes after previous 1st part titles such as the Halo and Gears of War series latest instalments will have 4K support for the Xbox One X. Other titles to be supported are Killer Instinct, Forza 3 and Minecraft, each one of these games will have patches that add graphical enhancements to the existing games to allow played a much crisper and clearer games experience.
Ashen was a wonderful looking game announced previously at E3 2016, this year saw a further look into the games interesting art style and revealed more about the games dark and enigmatic nature. The game appears to be similar to the Souls games that From Software have been crafting and creating for many years now, though this one has a unique art style and apparently a focus on Co-operative gameplay.