Ark Creators Reveal New Pirating MMO Called Atlas

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Ark Creators Reveal New Pirating MMO Called Atlas

During tonight's Game Awards, Studio Wildcard (the developer behind Ark: Survival Evolved) revealed its new game, Atlas. The game looks to  be an MMO involving a lot of pirating as well as some dragons. Sure?

You can watch the trailer here

For more coverage of The Game Awards, tune into our commentary on the stream here.

Watch The First Trailer For 'Survival Shooter Co-opetition' Game Scavengers

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Watch The First Trailer For 'Survival Shooter Co-opetition' Game Scavengers

Earlier this year we got to visit Midwinter Entertainment to learn about Scavengers, a game they're calling a "Survival Shooter Co-opetition." It's an interesting premise, as players scavenge (sorry) for resources and fight off AI-controlled monsters in one-off matches as they gather the strength necessary to face each other in combat and, eventually, escape with some loot.

Tonight at The Game Awards, the world got its first look at the game through a CGI trailer, which you can find below. Additionally, Midwinter announced they're taking sign-ups for the beta, which will begin some time in 2019.

Supergiant's New Game Is Hades

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Supergiant's New Game Is Hades

It feels like Pyre isn't even out of our rearview mirrors yet and Supergiant already has another game for the public to check out. The game was revealed during The Game Awards and is called Hades. Hades appears to be an action-adventure title in the vein of Bastion and Transistor taking place in greek mythology, with Zeus' son going on a quest to the underworld.

Hades is in early access on the Epic Games  store. You can buy it for $19.99.

For more on on Supergiant, check out our review of Pyre here.

Psyonix Announces New Sporty DLC Package For Rocket League

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Psyonix Announces New Sporty DLC Package For Rocket League

Tonight at the Game Awards, developer Psyonix announced new DLC for the action-packed, vehicular sports madness that is Rocket League. According to a new trailer, players can now hit the gridiron in a sleek, new McLaren sports car.

Partnering up with McLaren automotive, fans of the frenetic soccer-demolition derby hybrid can now score goals from the inside of a battle-prepped McLaren 570S Coupé. Along with the sports car in its battle form the DLC package includes two McLaren-themed player banners, and is available today for $1.99.

For a look at the new gran turismo entering Rocket League, check out the trailer below, and to purchase the new McLaren 570S pack, race on over here as fast as you can. 

Psyonix Announces New Sporty DLC Package For Rocket League

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Psyonix Announces New Sporty DLC Package For Rocket League

Tonight at the Game Awards, developer Psyonix announced new DLC for the action-packed, vehicular sports madness that is Rocket League. According to a new trailer, players can now hit the gridiron in a sleek, new McLaren sports car.

Partnering up with McLaren automotive, fans of the frenetic soccer-demolition derby hybrid can now score goals from the inside of a battle-prepped McLaren 570S Coupé. Along with the sports car in its battle form the DLC package includes two McLaren-themed player banners, and is available today for $1.99.

For a look at the new gran turismo entering Rocket League, check out the trailer below, and to purchase the new McLaren 570S pack, race on over here as fast as you can. 

Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Comes Elusively To Switch

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Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Comes Elusively To Switch

Team Ninja is making your dreams come true with Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order. We're huge fans of the first two Alliance games, which blended Diablo-style action with Marvel's iconic characters, but we haven't seen a sequel in ten years. The third one looks equally amazing, and looks to have characters themed off the Marvel cinematic universe teaming up to defeat Thanos. Team Ninja is bringing it to Switch in 2019.

Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Comes Elusively To Switch

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Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Comes Elusively To Switch

Team Ninja is making your dreams come true with Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order. We're huge fans of the first two Alliance games, which blended Diablo-style action with Marvel's iconic characters, but we haven't seen a sequel in ten years. The third one looks equally amazing, and looks to have characters themed off the Marvel cinematic universe teaming up to defeat Thanos. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is being developed by Koei Tecmo/Team Ninja and published by Nintendo and will hit the Switch in 2019.

Journey To The Savage Planet From Far Cry 4 Director Revealed

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Journey To The Savage Planet From Far Cry 4 Director Revealed

Publisher 505 Games and Typhoon Studios have just revealed the developer's first game, Journey to the Savage Planet. The color new title is the first game from Alex Hutchison, director of games like Far Cry 4 and Assassin's Creed III, and is being described as a passion project for the entire team.

Players take the role of an employee of Kindred Aerospace, a mediocre interstellar exploration company, that gets dropped onto an uncharted planet tucked away in the far reaches of the universe. With no real preparation or equipment to speak of, the player determines whether the planet is fit for human life by figuring out what's already there in terms of flora and fauna.

“The core tenets of Typhoon are strong flavors, lots of intertwined systems, a penchant for bad jokes and a deep and abiding love of collaborative play,” says Hutchinson. “Journey to the Savage Planet will encompass all of those things and more.” 

Journey To The Savage Planet From Far Cry 4 Director Revealed

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Journey To The Savage Planet From Far Cry 4 Director Revealed

Publisher 505 Games and Typhoon Studios have just revealed the developer's first game, Journey to the Savage Planet. The color new title is the first game from Alex Hutchison, director of games like Far Cry 4 and Assassin's Creed III, and is being described as a passion project for the entire team.

Players take the role of an employee of Kindred Aerospace, a mediocre interstellar exploration company, that gets dropped onto an uncharted planet tucked away in the far reaches of the universe. With no real preparation or equipment to speak of, the player determines whether the planet is fit for human life by figuring out what's already there in terms of flora and fauna.

“The core tenets of Typhoon are strong flavors, lots of intertwined systems, a penchant for bad jokes and a deep and abiding love of collaborative play,” says Hutchinson. “Journey to the Savage Planet will encompass all of those things and more.” 

Sayonara Wild Hearts Is A Stylish 'Pop Album Video Game'

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Sayonara Wild Hearts Is A Stylish 'Pop Album Video Game'

Year Walk, Device 6, and Bumpy Road developer Simogo has announced their next project, which is headed to Switch next year.

Published by Annapurna Interactive, Sayonara Wild Hearts bills itself as a "Pop Album Video Game," and its first trailer is definitely living up to that moniker. It shows off a number of bands, such as the "Howling Moons" and the "Little Death," who also double as biker gangs battling it out on the road.

Near the end of the trailer we're introduced to "The Fool" through an arcana card (which definitely gives off some Persona vibes), and it's likely this is who you're playing. It's unclear whether the pop band biker gangs will all be enemies, or if you'll be able to join up with one or more of them.