Mutant Year Zero dev unveils tactical RPG Miasma Chronicles, out next year

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Mutant Year Zero dev unveils tactical RPG Miasma Chronicles, out next year

Developer The Bearded Ladies, the studio behind 2018's acclaimed turn-based strategy adventure Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, has unveiled Miasma Chronicles - a new tactical RPG that's heading to PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PS5 some time next year.

Miasma Chronicles unfolds in a United States torn apart by a savage force known only as the Miasma, some time in the "not-too-distant future". Here, in the mining town of Sedentary, we meet our protagonist, Elvis, a young man that raised by a robotic older ‘brother’ after being left by his mother.

Elvis, for reasons both unknown and extremely convenient as far as gameplay goes, has access to a mysterious glove that enables him to control Miasma - a device that'll almost certainly prove useful as the brothers set out across the post-apocalyptic wasteland in search of answers that might "change the course of human history forever."

Dead by Daylight's next chapter has been revealed

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Dead by Daylight's next chapter has been revealed

Dead by Daylight developer Behaviour Interactive has announced the next chapter for the game and hinted at future content.

Announced during today's sixth anniversary livestream, the next chapter will be named Roots of Dread and features a new killer, survivor and map.

Down the line there will also be another Resident Evil chapter, Attack on Titan costumes, and a Dead by Daylight dating sim.

Bohemia Interactive teases Arma 4, launches Cold War military shooter Arma: Reforger

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Bohemia Interactive teases Arma 4, launches Cold War military shooter Arma: Reforger

Bohemia Interactive has, following a leak early this week, officially unveiled Arma Reforger, the next entry in its long-running first-person military shooter series. Described as the "first milestone on the long road to Arma 4", Reforger is launching into PC and Xbox Series X/S early access today.

Bohemia opened a lengthy livestream earlier today with confirmation that the long-awaited Arma 4 is in development (its predecessor, Arma 3, celebrates its 20th birthday next year), but the focus was very much on Reforger. It's a new standalone "platform" consisting of several key parts; there's a new engine, a new open-world sandbox, two gameplay modes, and integrated modding tools, enabling user to create and download mods directly in-game.

Reforger's sandbox should be immediately familiar to fans of Bohemia's previous titles, taking the form of the Everon map see in 2001's Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis, albeit thoroughly reworked and reimagined using the developer's latest tech. As that might suggest, it marks a return to the Cold War era for the series, circa 1989, with Bohemia saying its keen to capture the atmosphere of the 80s across its 51 sq km map.