Larian Studios delayed the early access portion of Baldur's Gate 3 back in July, but didn't give a new estimate on when we might finally get our hands on the game. Now today, during a 90 minute livestream showing new gameplay details, we have an answer. Early access for Baldur's Gate 3 begins on September 30th on Steam. The stream highlighted the sheer size of the game, using Larian Studios' other popular RPG, Divinity: Original Sin 2 as a comparison when it hit early access.● Number of combat encounters: 22 in DOS2 EA vs. 80 in BG3 EA ● Number of English dialogue lines: 17,600 in DOS2 EA vs. 45,980 in BG3 EA ● Number of characters: 142 in DOS2 EA vs. 596 in BG3 EA ● Number of spells/actions: 69 in DOS2 EA vs. 146 in BG3 EA
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G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout is a new team-based, third-person shooter based on Hasbro’s popular 80's franchise. Play as your favorite heroes and villains from Team Joe and Team Cobra in this stylish shooter coming to PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Oct. 13, 2020.The game features visuals that will remind you of Borderlands, with hopefully action that is equal to boot. Two players can team up in split-screen couch co-op play through the campaign. The campaign will take place from both sides of the fight - with missions putting players in the shoes of Joe or Cobra.G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout features 12 playable characters, including Duke, Snake Eyes, Cobra Commander, Destro, Roadblock, Storm Shadow and more. Each soldier has their own unique powers and can be customized with a variety of weapons and skins. There’s also multiplayer with modes such as Capture the Flag, Assault and King of the Hill.
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Off the back of their twin successes, Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide and Warhammer: Vermintide 2, Fatshark has decided to take yet another dip into the waters of co-op, first person gameplay. This time, though, they've left behind the dark, medieval setting of Warhammer Fantasy and flung themselves into the dark, sci-fi future of Warhammer 40,000.Their next title, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, drops players into the quivering boots of up to four soldiers (possibly of the Inquisition or Imperial Guard variety) as they attempt to investigate a heretical cult within the hive city of Tertium. Expect gameplay to be pretty similar to what's already been established within the Vermintide series, but with some extra twists on the formula. Also, combat will almost certainly switch its focus from the melee weaponry of Warhammer Fantasy to the futuristic ranged arsenal permeating Warhammer 40,000.