Feel The Healing Beat By Listening To Lucio's Album

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Feel The Healing Beat By Listening To Lucio's Album

Lucio had an eventful Blizzcon! After announcing a themed cereal, Lucio was ready to break it down with his debut album. 

That's right. In case you missed it, the positive and upbeat hero has unleashed his healing beats upon the world. His debut album, Synaesthesia Auditiva, is now available and it's free to download. The tracks, 11 in total, are surreal and exactly what you'd expect from the international sensation – upbeat and full of wild beats.  I'd totally let Lucio DJ at my next party. 

Help Lucio reach his goal of lifting people's spirits with his music by downloading his free debut album here

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Heralding the game's release date next week, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive revealed the official gameplay launch trailer for Hitman 2. Right on the heels of the live-action trailer featuring Sean Bean, the video demonstrates a multitude of way to assassinate targets in the game. 

The trailer shows agent 47 using a sniper rifle to snap the ropes securing a heavy beam, Spartan-kicking an armed man over a cliff, and throwing a deadly ninja star – and that's only in the first 30 seconds. Watch the rest of the trailer below to get some inspiration for your own playthrough. 

Hitman 2 will feature all-new multiplayer modes; you can watch us play Ghost on this New Gameplay Today. Players will also be able to explore the Sniper Assassin co-op mode alongside six dynamic locations. 

Hitman 2's Gameplay Launch Trailer Shows You How To Make The World Your Weapon

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Hitman 2's Gameplay Launch Trailer Shows You How To Make The World Your Weapon

Heralding the game's release date next week, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive revealed the official gameplay launch trailer for Hitman 2. Right on the heels of the live-action trailer featuring Sean Bean, the video demonstrates a multitude of way to assassinate targets in the game. 

The trailer shows agent 47 using a sniper rifle to snap the ropes securing a heavy beam, Spartan-kicking an armed man over a cliff, and throwing a deadly ninja star – and that's only in the first 30 seconds. Watch the rest of the trailer below to get some inspiration for your own playthrough. 

Hitman 2 will feature all-new multiplayer modes; you can watch us play Ghost on this New Gameplay Today. Players will also be able to explore the Sniper Assassin co-op mode alongside six dynamic locations. 

First Look At Life Is Strange Comic

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A new four-part comic book series based on the critically-acclaimed Life Is Strange video game is hitting shelves and digital comic shops next week, and we've been given a first look. The story centers on the lives of best friends Max Caulfield and Chloe Price, exactly one year after the devastating effects of one of the game’s possible endings.

Published by Titan Comics, the first chapter in the comic is written by Emma Vieceli, whose work includes being the artist for the Young Avengers #14 and Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor Miniseries #1. Art will be done by Claudia Leonardi and color by Andrea Izzo. The first chapter is comprised of 32 full-color pages and becomes available November 14. You can check out the official trailer below.

Thus far, the video game has sold 3 million copies across every platform, so fans should be excited to resume the story of these two beloved characters. For our review of the first chapter, you can travel back in time here.

YouTube Is Now Available On Switch

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YouTube Is Now Available On Switch

Earlier this week, we reported that YouTube may be coming to Switch this week. We can now confirm that is officially the case, and you can download it now.

Almost a year ago, Nintendo added Hulu to the Switch. YouTube is the next big addition for media options on the console  Hopefully, this means Netflix is also in the near future.

Nintendo hasn't exactly been clear on its plans for media apps, putting more of a priority on bringing games to its latest console. Time will tell if more will come. While we wait, you can go to the store and add YouTube to your Switch

YouTube Is Now Available On Switch

about X hours ago from
YouTube Is Now Available On Switch

Earlier this week, we reported that YouTube may be coming to Switch this week. We can now confirm that is officially the case, and you can download it now.

Almost a year ago, Nintendo added Hulu to the Switch. YouTube is the next big addition for media options on the console  Hopefully, this means Netflix is also in the near future.

Nintendo hasn't exactly been clear on its plans for media apps, putting more of a priority on bringing games to its latest console. Time will tell if more will come. While we wait, you can go to the store and add YouTube to your Switch

Former EA And DICE Head Announces New Studio, Partnering With Nexon

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Former EA And DICE Head Announces New Studio, Partnering With Nexon

Industry veteran Patrick Söderlund, best known for his leadership roles at EA and on DICE's Battlefield, announced his departure earlier this year. Now we know what he's been working on, thanks to Nexon's most recent earnings call.

It was revealed the publisher famous for its PC and mobile games, such as Mape Story and Dungeon & Fighter, have invested in Söderlund's new studio called Embark and will act as worldwide publisher for its games.

It's still early, so not much was revealed about Embark's upcoming products, but Söderlund did give some insight into his goals. "I believe games are on the cusp of changing radically, thanks to new technologies,” he said in a press release. “Connected players, big data, speech recognition, cloud computing, advanced AI and more will open up new play, enabling developers to build a wider range of experiences, and for players to create and contribute. Embark is a group of veteran creators eager to move beyond current play experiences into the future.”

Final Fantasy XV Celebrates Second Anniversary With FF XIV Collaboration

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Final Fantasy XV Celebrates Second Anniversary With FF XIV Collaboration

Final Fantasy fans are still reeling from yesterday's news that director Hajime Tabata has resigned from the company and that all Final Fantasy XV DLC beyond March's Episode Ardyn have been canceled. Regardless, Square is in a celebratory mood. 

The company is heralding the second anniversary of the release of Final Fantasy XV this month, and along with a new trailer for Episode Ardyn (which is also coming with an anime episode called "Final Fantasy XV Episode Ardyn - Prologue" comes a free collaboration event with online title Final Fantasy XIV (trailer above). Players in FF XV can participate in an in-game quest called "Adventurer from Another World," which culminates in Noctis battling FF XIV's Garuda for a Final Fantasy XIV-themed costume.

Also related to the anniversary is the standalone release of Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer: Comrades on Xbox One and PS4 on December 12 (below). The expansion includes 10 powerful bosses to its multiplayer, and those who already own it can download it for free.

Red Dead Online Public Beta Coming At The End Of The Month

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Red Dead Online Public Beta Coming At The End Of The Month

If you think there's a lot already to do in Red Dead Redemption II, Rockstar Games is just getting started; the game's online portion is heading into public beta at the end of the month.

The news comes from the Q&A portion of a Take-Two Interactive quarterly earnings call with Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick (Take-Two is Rockstar's parent company), although Zelnick did not give a full release date for Red Dead Online.

What do you want to see in Red Dead Online? Participate in our recent Reader Discussion on the matter and tell all.

Wargaming Announces Hack-and-Slash Action-RPG, Pagan Online

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Wargaming Announces Hack-and-Slash Action-RPG, Pagan Online

Wargaming, the creators of realistic online war simulators like World of Tanks and World of Warplanes, among others, is exploring a new type of game with developer Mad Head Games. Pagan Online is a top-down, hack-and-slash, lootfest, action-RPG that takes its narrative cues from pre-Christian mythology. Along with inspiration coming from games like Diablo, Wargaming also referenced taking lessons from popular MOBAs for its gameplay calling it an, "action RPG and MOBA-lite combo."

The game is planned for launch next year with plans for a beta, called 'Trials', which you can learn more about and sign up for by heading to the game's website. Wargaming and Mad Head also have long-term plans for, "episodic content expansions called 'Battle Chapters'," for the game.

Along with the trailer above (Wargaming promises a gameplay trailer will release soon) you can also see some of the game's art in the gallery below.