Beat Saber Arrives On PlayStation VR This Month With New Content

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Beat Saber Arrives On PlayStation VR This Month With New Content

Beat Saber released in early access for PC VR platforms earlier this year, and it really grabbed our attention. Sony announced intentions to bring to PlayStation VR earlier this year, but not we know exactly when it will be releasing, and what will be included with the game.

The PlayStation VR version of Beat Saber will be available on November 20 and alongside all the content and music of the early access version of the game available on PC, new songs will be included as well as new sabers. It's unclear exactly when that content will be coming to the PC versions of the game, but the game's developer promises it will be soon.

Dear Rift & Vive players, new sabers, modifiers and practice mode will be added to PC version much sooner in upcoming updates, while campaign and 5 new tracks will come to other platforms at a later date.

Beat Saber Arriving On PlayStation VR This Month With New Content

about X hours ago from
Beat Saber Arriving On PlayStation VR This Month With New Content

Beat Saber released in early access for PC VR platforms earlier this year, and it really grabbed our attention. Sony announced intentions to bring to PlayStation VR earlier this year, but not we know exactly when it will be releasing, and what will be included with the game.

The PlayStation VR version of Beat Saber will be available on November 20 and alongside all the content and music of the early access version of the game available on PC, new songs will be included as well as new sabers. It's unclear exactly when that content will be coming to the PC versions of the game, but the game's developer promises it will be soon.

Dear Rift & Vive players, new sabers, modifiers and practice mode will be added to PC version much sooner in upcoming updates, while campaign and 5 new tracks will come to other platforms at a later date.

Beat Saber Arrives On PlayStation VR This Month With New Content

about X hours ago from
Beat Saber Arrives On PlayStation VR This Month With New Content

Beat Saber released in early access for PC VR platforms earlier this year, and it really grabbed our attention. Sony announced intentions to bring to PlayStation VR earlier this year, but not we know exactly when it will be releasing, and what will be included with the game.

The PlayStation VR version of Beat Saber will be available on November 20 and alongside all the content and music of the early access version of the game available on PC, new songs will be included as well as new sabers. It's unclear exactly when that content will be coming to the PC versions of the game, but the game's developer promises it will be soon.

Dear Rift & Vive players, new sabers, modifiers and practice mode will be added to PC version much sooner in upcoming updates, while campaign and 5 new tracks will come to other platforms at a later date.

Disney Announces Second Live-Action Star Wars Series

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Disney Announces Second Live-Action Star Wars Series

Today, Disney announced its second live-action Star Wars series, which will be a “spy thriller” centered on the rebel hero, Cassian Andor, played by Diego Luna in 2016’s Rogue One. Going into production next year, the series will be a part of Disney’s upcoming live-streaming service, Disney+ and will follow the exploits of Cassian Andor before the events of Rogue One during the Rebellion’s early years.

Reprising his role as the rebel spy, Luna has said that the opportunity to return to the Star Wars universe is "very special," and that he's excited to explore the character further.

So far, no official release date has been confirmed. 

Destiny 2 Is Not Performing To Activision's Expectations

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Destiny 2 Is Not Performing To Activision's Expectations

Destiny 2 had a lot of hype surrounding it, but also had a difficult dilemma: bringing in new players while also retaining its dedicated fanbase. Desinty 2's Forsaken was a reinvention of sorts meant to help with the latter. We thought it was a pretty good start and fans seemed to agree, but Activision's earnings call today revealed that it wasn't exactly the saving grace it was hoping for the series. 

On the earnings call, Activision addressed this by saying that some of its franchises, Destiny, in particular, aren't performing as well as it hoped.  The company promised investors new monetization options alongside a faster content model to rectify this. How this will affect the game remains to be seen, as it's clear Activision needs to make some changes to please investors.

This isn't shocking news considering Activision is currently giving PC gamers a chance to own the game for free and has provided gamers more incentives to try it with promotions such as making it a free PlayStation Plus game. Hopefully, Bungie will stick to listening to fan feedback before making any big decisions. 

Dr. Wu Stars In Upcoming Jurassic World Evolution DLC

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Dr. Wu Stars In Upcoming Jurassic World Evolution DLC

Today, Frontier Developments announced Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 20. In the DLC, you work alongside the morally flexible Dr. Wu – the gifted geneticist who spearheaded the creation of the dinosaurs that would become Jurassic World's star attractions. 

Secrets of Dr. Wu features previously unseen locations, dinosaurs, challenges, and a new story starring BD Wong as the good doctor. The expansion gives you access to two hidden research facilities that continue to make hybrid dinosaurs like the Stegoceratops, Ankylodocus, and Spinoraptor. The trailer reveals even more options for genetically combining dinosaurs which you will be able to put into your park. 

Jurassic World Evolution is a simulator in the vein of Roller Coaster Tycoon, but instead of roller coasters, you create and maintain dinosaurs. The player builds their very own Jurassic World by constructing attractions alongside containment and research facilities on Isla Nublar and the surrounding islands of the Muertes Archipelago. You can read our original review of the game here.  

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.