Dauntless

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We've added Dauntless for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!

ARK: Survival Evolved Makes Its Way Onto PlayStation 4 Next Week

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ARK: Survival Evolved Makes Its Way Onto PlayStation 4 Next Week

It's been promised for some time and now the PlayStation 4 version of ARK: Survival Evolved will finally be available to play on December 6. This is not the final version of the game, as the title is still in Early Access on Steam and Game Preview on Xbox One, but if you've been waiting for it to make it to this platform, then you only have to wait a few more days.If you do pick up the game, then you should have access to all of the content that's been released thus far. The bundle also includes the title's first expansion pack, Scorched Earth, as well as some PlayStation 4 exclusive cosmetic skins for the Gigantosaurus and your in-game character. The ARK: Survivor's Pack will go on sale in both North America and Europe next Tuesday, December 6, for $54.99 USD and €49.99, respectively.

First Bit of DLC on Its Way for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

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First Bit of DLC on Its Way for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

In case you missed it last week, our co-op review of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 went up. We both had fun playing it, even if the Parallel Quests and Expert Missions can get a bit repetitive. If, like us, you're looking for something new to do, then you're in luck! Later this month the game will receive some free and paid DLC that will add new quests, new teachers, and more.Both the free and paid DLC will become available on December 20, and there's a decent amount of content in both. The free DLC will include the following:New outfits so you can Fashion Ball Xenoverse to your heart's content and some more attacks to get those sick combos. The paid DLC, which will cost you $9.99 unless you picked up the season pass, adds even more attacks, new outfits, and new characters. Specifically, you'll get:

Collector's Edition for Sniper Elite 4 Available in Australia Only

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Collector's Edition for Sniper Elite 4 Available in Australia Only

Good news if you enjoy slow motion death cams and also live in "the land down under." EB Games is offering a Collector's Edition for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Sniper Elite 4 for just $AUD129.95. No word on whether this will be making its way to any other territories, so if you're outside of Australia and really interested in picking it up, then you certainly can, but expect a pretty big shipping fee.Here's everything you get in the Collector's Edition:A quick note about all of this. Games for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are not region locked, so if you order this and live, say, in the U.S., then you can certainly play the game. DLC for the PlayStation 4 is region locked (the codes are only valid on a PlayStation associated with the appropriate country) and it's quite likely that the Camo Rifle skin pack and "Target Furher" mission pack are both DLC.

Collector's Edition for Sniper Elite 4 Available for Australia Only

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Collector's Edition for Sniper Elite 4 Available for Australia Only

Good news if you enjoy slow motion death cams and also live in "the land down under." EB Games is offering a Collector's Edition for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Sniper Elite 4 for just $AUD129.95. No word on whether this will be making its way to any other territories, so if you're outside of Australia and really interested in picking it up, then you certainly can, but expect a pretty big shipping fee.Here's everything you get in the Collector's Edition:A quick note about all of this. Games for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are not region locked, so if you order this and live, say, in the U.S., then you can certainly play the game. DLC for the PlayStation 4 is region locked (the codes are only valid on a PlayStation associated with the appropriate country) and it's quite likely that the Camo Rifle skin pack and "Target Furher" mission pack are both DLC.

LEGO Worlds Getting Full Release in 2017

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The other LEGO game that Traveller's Tales has been working on, LEGO Worlds, will see its full debut soon. This sandbox title has been in Steam Early Access (and still is, actually) since summer 2015, but it will get upgraded to the final version and be available not only on PC but PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 24, 2017.As it is a sandbox game, there's no real set end goal for LEGO Worlds. Much as in Minecraft, you're free to explore the world and build/destroy to your heart's content. The title supports two players throughout this endeavor, either locally or online, so you and a buddy can enjoy being creative together.LEGO Worlds is currently in Steam Early Access and is available for $14.99. It will see a full release on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on February 24, 2017. No specific price has been announced for the full version.

Eight New Operators in Season 2 of Rainbow 6 Siege

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Eight New Operators in Season 2 of Rainbow 6 Siege

Ubisoft recently confirmed that support and new content would continue for another year for Rainbow 6 Siege, and it looks like next year's content will be similar in at least some ways to this year's. The biggest thing for the co-op fans will be the addition of eight new operators so you have more choices for putting together your ideal "Terrorist Hunt" team.The Season 2 season pass is currently up for sale on all platforms (i.e., Steam, Xbox Store, and PlayStation Store) for $29.99. If you pick it up before the season kicks off on February 7, 2017, you'll get an exclusive Obisidian weapon skin. You'll also get a whole year of "VIP Membership," which entails early access to the new Operators, a discount on stuff in the in-game shop, a 5% Renown boost, and two extra Daily Challenges. This membership will last until February 7, 2018.Here's the currently revealed content you'll get with the season pass:

Enjoy the Thrill of theHunt With Friends in Call of the Wild

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a vAvalanche Studios is working with Expansive Worlds, which is a subsidiary of the former, to put out the next title in their theHunter series. theHunter: Call of the Wild allows up to eight players to team up to track and hunt wild game in an expansive open-world environment. It's like Evolve, minus the whole mechanic of your healer constantly jetpacking into a wall.It sounds like theHunter: Call of the Wild will be using the same open world engine, Apex, that Avalanche used for Just Cause 3. Players can expect a full day/night cycle, a variety of terrain to explore, and a menagerie of game to hunt. The details on what the co-op will entail are sketchy right now, there's just mention that it will support up to eight players and offer "cooperative modes."theHunter: Call of the Wild will be released in the spring of 2017 for PC via Steam.