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While Far Cry 5 took place entirely in the rural but dangerous Hope County, the DLC has been eager to stretch its legs by taking place in far off places. The newest DLC, Lost on Mars, takes players into space onto the red planet.

Lost on Mars is the second piece of DLC for Far Cry 5, following the Hours of Darkness Vietnam DLC, and takes Far Cry 5's Nick Rye and series veteran Hurk to Mars via a blue levitating light to stop an alien invasion at its origin. You can check out the teaser trailer below.

The DLC is part of the season pass and will be available on July 17. If you want to hear what we thought about the last DLC for Far Cry 5, Hours of Darkness, you can check out our conversation about it here.

Hearthstone's Newest Expansion Takes Players To Dr. Boom's Lab

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Hearthstone's Newest Expansion Takes Players To Dr. Boom's Lab

Hearthstone's next expansion, The Boomsday Project, brings players to the secret lab of mad scientist Dr. Boom, one of the game's most infamous cards. Blizzard announced the expansion with a new trailer.

Blizzard also released a nine-minute video in which the team gets even cornier than usual and explains the expansion's new mechanics.

The expansion introduces a new keyword, "magnetic." Cards with the magnetic tag can merge with a mech minion on the board if played to the left of the mech, combining the cards' health, attack, and abilities.

Hearthstone's Newest Expansion Takes Players To Dr. Boom's Lab

about X hours ago from
Hearthstone's Newest Expansion Takes Players To Dr. Boom's Lab

Hearthstone's next expansion, The Boomsday Project, brings players to the secret lab of mad scientist Dr. Boom, one of the game's most infamous cards. Blizzard announced the expansion with a new trailer.

Blizzard also released a nine-minute video in which the team gets even cornier than usual and explains the expansion's new mechanics.

The expansion introduces a new keyword, "magnetic." Cards with the magnetic tag can merge with a mech minion on the board if played to the left of the mech, combining the cards' health, attack, and abilities.

about X hours ago from

While Far Cry 5 took place entirely in the rural but dangerous Hope County, the DLC has been eager to stretch its legs by taking place in far off places. The newest DLC, Lost on Mars, takes players into space onto the red planet.

Lost on Mars is the second piece of DLC for Far Cry 5, following the Hours of Darkness Vietnam DLC, and takes Far Cry 5's Nick Rye and series veteran Hurk to Mars via a blue levitating light to stop an alien invasion at its origin. You can check out the teaser trailer below.

The DLC is part of the season pass and will be available on July 17. If you want to hear what we thought about the last DLC for Far Cry 5, Hours of Darkness, you can check out our conversation about it here.

Dead Cells Exits Early Access, Drops On All Major Platforms August 7

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Dead Cells Exits Early Access, Drops On All Major Platforms August 7

Dead Cells has been in good shape for a long time. Despite the early access moniker, the rogue-like metroidvania already contains dozens of hours of content, secrets, and unlockables for PC players. Finally though, it's ready for a full release: It'll be dropping on August 7 for all major platforms.

Since early last year, Dead Cells has been available on Steam and GOG , giving PC players a chance to check out its unique mix of procedurally generated and ability-gated content. It also has a strong progression system; each run, players can gather cells (the game's currency) and buy permanent upgrades or new equipment. The game also has several branching paths, allowing for radically different styles of runs. 

I've sunk more than 40 hours into the game; it's tough as nails, but incredibly fun.

Dead Cells Exits Early Access, Drops On All Major Platforms August 7

about X hours ago from
Dead Cells Exits Early Access, Drops On All Major Platforms August 7

Dead Cells has been in good shape for a long time. Despite the early access moniker, the rogue-like metroidvania already contains dozens of hours of content, secrets, and unlockables for PC players. Finally though, it's ready for a full release: It'll be dropping on August 7 for all major platforms.

Since early last year, Dead Cells has been available on Steam and GOG , giving PC players a chance to check out its unique mix of procedurally generated and ability-gated content. It also has a strong progression system; each run, players can gather cells (the game's currency) and buy permanent upgrades or new equipment. The game also has several branching paths, allowing for radically different styles of runs. 

I've sunk more than 40 hours into the game; it's tough as nails, but incredibly fun.

New NHL 19 Trailer Showcases New Skating Engine

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New NHL 19 Trailer Showcases New Skating Engine

As we said in our first look at NHL 19, the latest hockey title from EA Sports boasts the biggest leap in player control we've seen this console generation. Powered by the same Real Player Motion technology used in EA's FIFA, Madden, and UFC titles, the skating fidelity is finally making strides in a positive direction. 

Players have much more burst skating out of a stop, and you can move more accurately in small spaces. EA even designed three different skating styles for players of various sizes. Though EA strangely decided against showing regular gameplay so you can see how it works in the wild, the latest gameplay trailer (showcased above) gives you a much better glimpse of the new edgework that's possible in NHL 19. 

To learn more, read our in-depth preview of NHL 19 coming out of E3. The game releases for PlayStation 4 and Xbox On on September 14.

New NHL 19 Trailer Showcases New Skating Engine

about X hours ago from
New NHL 19 Trailer Showcases New Skating Engine

As we said in our first look at NHL 19, the latest hockey title from EA Sports boasts the biggest leap in player control we've seen this console generation. Powered by the same Real Player Motion technology used in EA's FIFA, Madden, and UFC titles, the skating fidelity is finally making strides in a positive direction. 

Players have much more burst skating out of a stop, and you can move more accurately in small spaces. EA even designed three different skating styles for players of various sizes. Though EA strangely decided against showing regular gameplay so you can see how it works in the wild, the latest gameplay trailer (showcased above) gives you a much better glimpse of the new edgework that's possible in NHL 19. 

To learn more, read our in-depth preview of NHL 19 coming out of E3. The game releases for PlayStation 4 and Xbox On on September 14.

Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Officially Announced For Switch

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Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Officially Announced For Switch

Nintendo has formally announced the Switch version of post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2: Director's Cut via a new trailer, and also revealed that it's coming next month.

Wasteland 2: Director's Cut is developed by the makers of the original Fallout RPG. The Director's Cut version of the 2014 RPG featured improved graphics, additional voice acting, and other improvements, and launched in 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Switch version was previously teased by inXile studio head Brian Fargo last December, but this is its first official announcement.

InXile Entertainment released screenshots of the Switch version along with the announcement trailer. 

Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Officially Announced For Switch

about X hours ago from
Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Officially Announced For Switch

Nintendo has formally announced the Switch version of post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2: Director's Cut via a new trailer, and also revealed that it's coming next month.

Wasteland 2: Director's Cut is developed by the makers of the original Fallout RPG. The Director's Cut version of the 2014 RPG featured improved graphics, additional voice acting, and other improvements, and launched in 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Switch version was previously teased by inXile studio head Brian Fargo last December, but this is its first official announcement.

InXile Entertainment released screenshots of the Switch version along with the announcement trailer.