Awakening the Nightmare, the newest upcoming Halo Wars 2 DLC allows you to play as the Banished, as you fight the age old enemy of the Halo series, the Flood. While this DLC has been announced for some time, we have now been given new information at Gamescom as to when this DLC will launch; as well as some nice new art, screenshots, and a gameplay video. This new story DLC will launch on the 26th September, and will include a whole new firefight mode named Terminus Firefight. Terminus Firefight allows you to fight off against never ending waves of enemies, solo or with a friend. You can find the new images and gameplay below.
Announced at Gamescom 2017 on the Xbox live stream, Jurassic World Evolution is a brand new world building game due to Launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in Summer 2018. No details for the game have been released yet, but you can enjoy the trailer below. For more info you can check out the website here.
The brand new Xbox One X console has had a limited edition revealed. The Project Scorpio edition of the Xbox One X was revealed at Gamescom 2017 and is available for pre-order now. The console is being released to celebrate the overwhelming positivity that the console had from fans after its first announcement as project Scorpio. This limited edition console features the words “Project Scorpio” on both the console and controller, and has a sophisticated and dynamic graphic pattern across the exterior. The console will be £449.99 at will release on November 7th 2017. Below you can find some additional images and both trailers for this amazing Limited Edition console. You can also find everything that is included with the console in the last image.
Games studio Team 17 have announced that they’ll be releasing a new Worms game next year. Micky Torode, Team 17’s Marketing Director said: “2015 is a special year for us as it marks bothWorms 20th birthday and Team17’s 25th anniversary. Moving into 2016, dubbed “The year of the Worm”, will mark the start of the celebrations of 21 Years of Worms.”
The new game will feature a new-look 2-D cartoon worm and hard drawn landscape. New features will include being able to enter buildings and being able to use new vehicles.
First of all, I have to get this off my chest: I'm a huge fan of the Assassin's Creed series. I absolutely love the games, and I enjoy the unique gameplay and story that this series offers - heck, when I applied to be a writer here, I decided to include a brief review of Assassin's Creed III in my application. Admittedly, I have not played every single game in the series (I did miss Revalations), but I am playing through Assassin's Creed III at the moment and have Assassin's Creed IV waiting in the wings. That said, I feel left out on this one because I don't have an Xbox One; I don't intend to invest in one when I only just upgraded to the Xbox 360 "Slim" towards the end of 2012; in addition, the Xbox One is still relatively new and rather costly. Yes, I realize we're getting Assassin's Creed: Rogue, but, frankly, it's not the same thing. Fans of the series will be missing out one way or another, unless they have both consoles. Here's hoping Ubisoft reviews this decision, and changes their stance on making Unity a "new generation" console only game.