Trailer Reveals Metro Exodus's Release Window

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Trailer Reveals Metro Exodus's Release Window

A new trailer showcased during The Game Awards for the third game in 4A Games' post-apocalyptic series revealed scenes of destitution and ice as series protagonist Artyom explored the depths and outskirts of Moscow.

The trailer also narrowed down Metro Exodus' release window to Fall 2018.

For more on Metro, check out our review of the Redux collection right here.

The Designer Of Payday Reveals New Cooperative Sci-Fi Game Called GTFO

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The Designer Of Payday Reveals New Cooperative Sci-Fi Game Called GTFO

Yes. You read that name correctly. GTFO is a cooperative horror-action game from Ulf Andersson's studio 10 Chambers Collective. Andersson designed Payday and it looks like GTFO's cooperative elements draw inspiration from the bank heist series. 

You can watch a trailer for the game here:

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Check Out PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Desert Map

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Check Out PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Desert Map

At The Game Awards 2017, Bluehole had a few cool reveals for the shooter survival titan PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

The highly-anticipated desert map is scheduled to be playable several hours after the show on the PC test servers, and they served up a new trailer showing off the new weapons and challenges that the desert brings.

Check out the chaos in the trailer below, and get ready to play PUBG in a completely new arena of death!

Media Molecule's Dreams Arrives In 2018

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Media Molecule's Dreams Arrives In 2018

A brief trailer for Media Molecule's next game, Dreams, showcased a number of varied gameplay sequences involving creatures running through forest and ships blasting through space. The end of the trailer revealed that Dreams would be arriving next year, though no release date was given.

Host of The Game Awards Geoff Keighley revealed that more of Dreams would be shown off at this year's PlayStation Experience.

You can find our previous coverage of Dreams here.

Media Molecule's Dreams Arrives In 2018

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Media Molecule's Dreams Arrives In 2018

A brief trailer for Media Molecule's next game, Dreams, showcased a number of varied gameplay sequences involving creatures running through forest and ships blasting through space. The end of the trailer revealed that Dreams would be arriving next year, though no release date was given.

Host of The Game Awards Geoff Keighley revealed that more of Dreams would be shown off at this year's PlayStation Experience.

Witchfire Is A Grim First-Person Shooter From The Makers Of Bulletstorm

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Witchfire Is A Grim First-Person Shooter From The Makers Of Bulletstorm

The Astronauts, creators of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, are working on a new, grim-looking shooter. That sounds, weird, but it makes sense.

Witchfire looks to be a frantic, run-and-gun first-person shooter with old-school guns and grim-looking enemies. The Astronauts is made of folks from People Can Fly (creators of Bulletstorm and the Painkiller), so it's a return-to-form for many of the people working on it. You can watch the trailer below.

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Check Out This Insane Death Stranding Trailer

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Check Out This Insane Death Stranding Trailer

At the Game Awards 2017, viewers were treated to the latest taste from Hideo Kojima's upcoming title, Death Stranding.

A bizarre, disturbing, and surreal trailer showcases strange devices, hidden terrors, and ominous... babies inside suits? Giant space beings? We'll leave it up to you to guess what the hell is going on. Words really don't do the trailer justice.

It's really, really weird, but I absolutely want to play this game. Norman Reedus gets plenty of screen time too!

A Way Out Releasing Next March, Lets Two Players Play Online With One Copy

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A Way Out Releasing Next March, Lets Two Players Play Online With One Copy

As announced during tonight's The Game Awards ceremony, A Way Out, a new co-op adventure from Starbreeze (creators of Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons), will release on March 28, 2018 and let two players play on different consoles using only one copy of the game.

When the game launches, players who don't own the game will be able to download the "Friends Pass" free trial of the game, then link up with a friend who does own a copy and play the full game. Players can also play the full game cooperatively using local multiplayer without having to download the Friends Pass.

For more on A Way Out, you can check out our original preview of the game from this year's E3.

Bayonetta 3 Is Coming Exclusively To Switch

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Bayonetta 3 Is Coming Exclusively To Switch

After announcing a two-pack of the first two Bayonetta games is heading to Switch, Reggi Fils-Aime dropped by tonight's The Game Awards to show off the first trailer for the next game in the series, Bayonetta 3.

The trailer is quick and to the point. Bayonetta's back, she's got guns on all of her limbs, and a lot of style. The twist here, however, is that the battle-scarred witch may have met her match. The trailer shows her barrage of bullets being sopped by a mysterious figure made up of purple flames. Shortly after that, Bayonetta takes a stand before her legs give out, looking as they literally fall apart from her body. The trailer did not show a release date, though it did show Sega is still developing the game.

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Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 Coming To Switch Early Next Year

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Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 Coming To Switch Early Next Year

In a short announcement during The Game Awards, Nintendo revealed that both Bayonetta and its sequel are coming to Nintendo Switch.

The games will be released on February 16, 2018 and it appears they'll be released in a double pack containing both of them.

For more on Bayonetta 2, you can read our review here.