Space Hulk: Deathwing Tears Apart Tyranids In First Gameplay Trailer

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Games Workshop is on a licensing spree, giving permission to developers around the globe to create games based on its Warhammer 40K license. One upcoming title is an adaptation of the classic Space Hulk board game reimagined as a first-person, squad-based shooter.

You and friends (or AI companions) will board massive derelict ships modeled after spacecraft from throughout 40K lore. There, you'll encounter hostile aliens known as the Tyranid. They attack in packs and will swarm, so you'll need to stick together.

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25 Heroes Collide In Battleborn’s Launch Trailer

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Gearbox's zany new shooter is less than a week from release. Thankfully, the game's launch trailer functions as a handy recap of everything this unique shooter has to offer.

Battleborn might not be for everyone, but it looks like a solid shooter with a good bit of replay value. Check out the trailer below for a quick look at the cast in action. Also, check out this short video for a quick overview of the game's features, or learn more about the franchise's backstory in these motion comics.

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Story Details And Collector’s Edition Unveiled In 101 Trailer

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided takes place in a world of strife between augmented individuals and those without cybernetic enhancements. Following the events at the end of Human Revolution in which augments went berserk, the golden age of human advancement has turned into a dark period of strife.

Square Enix is laying the foundation for the upcoming game with a “101” trailer that explains more of the story. It also shows off some of the new tools available to Adam Jensen for taking aggressive and stealthy approaches.

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See Crytek's VR Game In Action As The Climb Launches Today On Rift

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See Crytek's VR Game In Action As The Climb Launches Today On Rift

Crytek's virtual-reality climbing game The Climb is out today on Oculus Rift, and you can get a sense of what to expect from it via a launch trailer. You might not be able to experience the immersive feeling you'd get with a headset on, but you can see how players need to be keenly aware of their surroundings while looking for handholds and other ways to reach new heights.

The trailer also shows off the game's third environment, canyon, which is based on the Grand Canyon. Players can also take a virtual tour of the Alps and an Asian-inspired bay. 

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Hello Games Touches On The Lore Of No Man's Sky's Vast Universe

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No Man's Sky doesn't have a story, but it does have lore, and the involvement of Watchmen artist, Dave Gibbons and author James Swallow who has written for Star Trek, Doctor Who, and many other science fiction properties.

In a new video from Sony and Hello Games, director Sean Murray details in vague terms how the game's lore will help build its universe. The video also speaks to Gibbons and Swallow who have been creating fiction for the game that will be included in comic book form with the game's special edition release. Both seem to have a genuine appreciation for the universe Hello Games has created.

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Mirage: Arcane Warfare Adds Explosive Magic To Chivalry’s Brutal Sword Combat

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Mirage: Arcane Warfare Adds Explosive Magic To Chivalry’s Brutal Sword Combat

If you happened to miss Torn Banner’s Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, it’s a multiplayer game that dumps the guns and ammo for swords and shields. The combat is brutal and bloody, and while you can't pull off a Call of Duty “no scope,” it does retain the adrenaline of team-based competitive multiplayer.

Mirage takes that same melee-heavy combat and layers in a magic system for six-versus-six matches. You still cutting off heads and limbs, but you also detonate fireballs and hurl huge mystical boulders at your foes.

There are six classes to choose from, each fitting familiar archetypes. Damage-soaking tanks, speedy glass cannons, and support characters bring a set of spells for controlling the battlefield or just ripping apart foes into battle.

Two Gameplay Videos Show A Farm Can Be Just As Scary As An Asylum

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Outlast is moving to a new setting for the sequel after the original mostly took place in Mount Massive Asylum, and it looks just as unsettling.

The two videos below each show four minutes of gameplay that will be familiar to those who played the first game. Much of the action takes through the perspective of a camera with night-vision capabilities. The cornfield footage in particular (the first video below) is especially unsettling as the way the light breaks through the branches creates creepy shapes and masks difficult to identify foes.

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See 12 Minutes Of Shadow Warrior 2’s Lo Wang Making Demon Giblets

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Shadow Warrior 2 was one of the stand-out indies at PAX East. The team at Flying Wild Hog has overhauled its approach to the classic 3D Realms title, turning the linear slashfest into an open-world experience.

I talked about about my fun with the game in our indie roundup, but you can now see it for yourself. Carve out 12 minutes, because this a long one.

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Zombies Look Unhealthier Than Ever In New Screens

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Zombies Look Unhealthier Than Ever In New Screens

If you missed out on Techland’s open-world zombie slugfests when they first release, Deep Silver is making a return trip to these tropical islands with Dead Island Definitive Collection, which includes Dead Island, Dead: Island Riptide, and a new side-scrolling/endless runner called Dead Island Retro Revenge.

Dead Island was something of a breakout hit when it originally release in 2011. The stand-alone expansion Dead Island: Riptide wasn’t a giant leap forward, but it was still pretty fun. This new batch of screens for Dead Island Definitive Collection helps show off the visual improvements to the games now that they are on the new generation of hardware.

The collection will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May 31, but pre-orders have already opened up for PS4 owners.

Giant Spaceships Face Off As Dreadnought Enters Closed Beta This Week

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Ever since we first played it at PAX Prime 2014, Yager’s Dreadnought has been on our minds. The team-based multiplayer affair opts for methodical action over twitchy PvP. And it’s finally entering closed beta.

Since we first looked at Dreadnought, we’ve played the team deathmatch mode, the one-life team elimination game type, and experimented with some of the ship and weapon customization.

You’ll finally have your chance to give it a try if you sign up and are selected or buy a founder’s pack to enter the beta. The $9.99 Hunter Pack gets you a preconfigured medium Dreadnought hero ship, the Morningstar, 500 Grey Box points used for cosmetic customization, and seven days of experiencing boosting Elite Status when the game launches.