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 too much platforming over water as that seems to be a common challenge for players.
More importantly is that the campaign is expanding, and it seems to...
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, Robocop, who’s likeness and voice is portrayed by none other than the original actor, Peter Weller. You’ll also get Fujin – the God of Wind and Raiden’s brother – and...
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 DLC will expand Dying Light with a new dungeon map that’s full of new enemies. There will also be a plethora of brand-new weapons, and you’ll be able to play...
I know that the focal point of Luigi’s Mansion 3 is the storyline, but the multiplayer modes are fun too, and that’s why we’re excited to tell you that the game’s second DLC pack has gone live some three months early, and it brings new content to ScreamPark and ScareScraper multiplayer modes.
As Nintendo explains the new content on Twitter:
“Don the new Cap’n Weegee costume in ScareScaper mode or check out all sorts of new & wacky ScreamPark additions. Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC Parts 1 & 2 are available now”
This is actually a big surprise because the DLC was supposed to go live in July. But, let’s be honest, Nintendo couldn’t have picked a better time to launch it. It’s also on par with the last DLC, which was released a couple of months early as well with the same type of multiplayer content.
If you haven’t checked out the multiplayer mode yet, you...
The fourth free title update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, known formerly as Alatreon, has been delayed with no new launch date set at this time. Word comes directly from Capcom via a post on the company blog:
"Unfortunately, coronavirus (COVID-19) related impacts on production have made it necessary to postpone the release of the fourth free title update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne," says community manager Yuri Araujuo. "Voice over production for the Italian, Spanish and French language versions have also been affected, and will be replaced with simplified recordings."
As of now, Capcom hasn’t announced a new release date, but with the delay being related to COVID-19, there’s no way to know for sure how things are going to unfold over the next few months. The Alatreon update was originally scheduled to arrive in the middle of the year, presumably June, so hopefully the delay won’t be long, and we’ll see it come July or August at the latest.
January 2020 broke us off with the horrible news that Cyberpunk 2077 had been delayed until September and that Multiplayer would be at least a year out after that. Then COVID-19 happened and games like Wasteland 3, Dying Light 2, and The Last of Us 2 quickly got filed into the delayed folder. It seemed that, as unfortunate as things were, that Cyberpunk 2077 would, in fact, be delayed again, but that’s actually not the case at all as CD Projekt Red’s team has managed to pull things together despite a lot of working from home. That does, however, mean that some concessions have to be made, and one of those is that Cyberpunk 2077 won’t exactly be 100-percent complete at launch.
That doesn’t mean that the game isn’t playable, though, and chances are, you won’t even notice that there’s something missing from the game thanks to a Day One patch that CDPR is planning to implement. This story comes way of CDPR’s SVP of...
After several delays and a hack that stole player inventories, Fallout 76 Wastelanders has finally launched, and it changes the game significantly by adding new NPCs, new factions, a return to Fallout 3-style dialog, a whole host of new events, challenges, locations, items, and enemies. This is what you need to know about the Wastelanders expansion.
How Big is Fallout 76 Wastelanders Update?
Wastelanders is live on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation, and depending on your platform, you’ll need anywhere between 54 and 70GB of free storage space. It might sound like a lot – it is – and it’ll take some time to download, but remember; you’re getting a new storyline, new sub-quests, and a lot of new goodies to go with them.
Starting Fallout 76 Wastelanders
When you start off playing Wastelanders, you’ll begin with the Wayward story quest somewhere near Vault 76. This leads into a full level 20 quest line that...
It took a while, but we finally know for sure when Echo will find here way into Overwatch. This hero is “special,” and even the game’s director, Jeff Kaplan, mentioned that there are a lot of features that must be checked before release. There are no bugs; we all now that it’s all about her ultimate ability.
With the power to copy or “duplicate” all abilities of an enemy at choice, and with a low ability cooldown, it is hard to keep her balanced and not too powerful. Now I don’t say that Echo has just one ability. One of her skills will allow you to fly freely and what can be cooler than that? You can also throw bombs as you “fall from the skies.” If heights don’t thrill you, maybe lasers are more your thing, and you’ll enjoy that too. This deadly beam will primarily affect enemies will half of their life already drained, but it can still deliver a hard punch on full hp heroes.
CD Projekt Red recently hosted a Q&A session with investors in which it discussed future business plans and what it’s plans were for Cyberpunk 2077. Despite its most recent delay that holds the game back until September, CDPR is still looking to the future and planning a bunch of DLC, including at least two major paid expansions. In short, it will update Cyberpunk 2077 in the same way that it has graciously treated The Witcher 3.
Word comes directly from CD Projekt Red President, Adam Kicinski, but it had to be translated from polish (thanks to VGC for that translation.) In the investors call, Kicinski said that Cyberpunk 2077 will have “no less DLC than The Witcher 3 had” and that we should “anticipate a similar scenario to the Witcher 3” in regard to when DLC will be released. That means there should be a large spread of free updates to add short term extras to the game and at least two large, paid expansions later on down the...
It seems that spring has finally arrived in Dauntless, a game focused on killing monsters and lots of them, too. With Easter coming pretty soon, a new event has been launched that will take us on an eggs hunt all around the world. Before we start the hunt, we must visit the NPC, Bosun Markus. You already know where to find him - he guides new players on their first missions and offers valuable information. But this time we’ll visit him regarding the new easter event quest. You will receive three new quests:
Hunt for eggs: you can search for them on the whole island.“Herd pufflehops into their pen.”“Fend off the styxian attack!”
Pufflehops are new event mobs added to the game. If the name doesn’t give you any hint, we’re talking about the latest cute creatures that look a lot like rabbits. After completing a quest, you will receive 50 carrot chips, which will be the currency of this event. Besides the new event, there...