The Ancient Gods - Part One is available now! Watch the official trailer then experience the first campaign expansion for the critically acclaimed DOOM Eternal. Your mission is now your own. The legions of Hell have razed the heavens, threatening to expand their control across dimensions. Unleash your vengeance and battle back to the Maykr’s realm. Defeat powerful new threats, restore order to the heavens and unearth the corruption that has thrown the universe into chaos.
Microsoft Flight Simulator might be all about civilian planes, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a place for the cooler stuff – like fighter jets. Now, there’s a new military aircraft available for MFS. I’m talking about the Aermacchi MB-399 jet trainer, which you might recognize as it’s used by the Frecce Tricolori military aerobatic team.
The plane you see above can be purchased from the SimMarket for €24.40 including VAT in Europe. For that price, you’ll get the plane itself, along with plenty of liveries, including those that represent the UAE, Argentina, Malaysia, and – naturally – Italy. We also have a couple of videos showing it in action embedded below, but for those of you in the U.S., it’s probably not the most important news that I’m bring you today.
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Ghost of Tsushima’s long-awaited Legends update lands today, and Sucker punch has finally revealed when you’ll be able to download update 1.1, and how to access the new four-player co-op mode.
When Does the Ghost of Tsushima Update Launch? Ghost of Tsushima Legends Update (update 1.1) will start rolling out October 16 at 8 AM PT and 11 AM ET. Within a couple of hours of this launch time, Sucker Punch says the game will be available worldwide and for all regions. This means that for some, the update will arrive very late in the night. If you’re in the AEST time zone, for example, you won’t be able to start downloading until 1 AM on October 17. How to Play Four-Player Co-Op in Ghost of Tsushima? There are two ways to access Legends co-op mode. From within...
Back in April 2020, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands entered the Alpha testing phase and now, four months later, we’ve learned that it will officially launch on October 27, 2020. The news comes courtesy of an official release date trailer and a trailer for the first short of the expansion, Shadowlands Afterlives: Bastion.
The release date trailer that you see above doesn’t give us a whole lot of context, but Blizzard has given us something to work with:
“Upon entering the Shadowlands, Azeroth’s champions will encounter an otherworld in disarray. Virtuous souls are being wrongfully cast into the eternal darkness of the Maw, while the Covenants—powerful factions who hold dominion over the afterlife’s disparate realms—face ruin and strife as the flow of the Shadowlands’ essential anima mysteriously dwindles.”
Uther the Lightbringer, Paladin of the Silver Hand, met an untimely demise ... but his service is not done. When he passes into the afterlife, Devos – a Paragon of Bastion – takes Uther under her wing, only to learn that some mortal wounds run deeper than she could imagine.
Beyond Azeroth’s shattered sky, a realm of infinite afterlives awaits: the Shadowlands, where mortal souls go to reckon with their pasts, discover new purpose . . . or suffer an eternity of torment. Seize your destiny beginning October 27.
QuakeCon is always awesome, but this time around, we get our first teaser for the upcoming Doom Eternal DLC “The Ancient Gods, Part One.” The teaser itself is only 35 seconds long but between it and the words of creative director Hugo Martin, we’ve learned that not everything is right in the Doom Universe. In fact, we might have saved humankind from extinction, but we created even bigger problems.
Doom Eternal – The Ancient Gods Part One Teaser
Through the events of Doom Eternal, we were warned multiple times not to mess around with super-cosmic forces beyond our kin. But, we didn’t listen, and now there’s a major imbalance in the heavens and it’s up to us to fix it. The Ancient Gods, Part One picks up where Eternal...
The first campaign DLC for Doom Eternal was announced before the game even launched and now, just a month after Eternal’s release, we’re getting our very first look at what that major campaign expansion entails. Two screenshots are all we have for now and, to be honest, they kind of raise more questions than they answer.
🚨sneak peak screenshots from our first upcoming campaign DLC🚨 pic.twitter.com/9cOovcZ1Dt— DOOM (@DOOM) May 8, 2020
These two new screen shots reveal something very interesting. One appears to be from Urdak, the home planet of the Makyr race. The other screenshot is something we’ve never seen before and appears to be an oil rig of sorts stationed in the middle of a very turbulent ocean. With any luck, the oil rig level won’t bring...
The latest DLC coming to Mortal Kombat 11 is “Aftermath,” and it brings the first story expansion to the game along with new fighters, including Robocop. It will launch for the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Stadia on May 26.
The most important part of this DLC is, by far, the story expansion. It picks up where the original story left off. Liu Kang will team up with an old foe and other classic characters to rebuild history after defeating Kronika at the end of the game. You can see the basic gist of it in the trailer we’ve embedded above.
Along with the massive story expansion, there will be some new characters added to the game. The most important of which is, arguably,...
Dying Light 2 might be well into the development phase despite being delayed, but Techland is still giving Dying Light one a little bit of action. That action comes in the form of the Hellraid DLC, and while we don’t have a specific release date for it yet outside of “summer 2020”, we do have a trailer (seen above) and know a little bit about it.
The Hellraid DLC is actually based on the now-cancelled standalone game that was going to go by the same name. That was supposed to be a first-person fantasy slasher, but now it’s going to be integrated into Dying Light, something that should help ease the delay pain as Techland works to make Dying Light 2 even better.
For now, we know that the Hellraid...