Injustice 2 Comic Explores Events In Between The Games

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Injustice 2 Comic Explores Events In Between The Games

Injustice 2 is headed to a game console near you this May. Last year, it was announced that Tom Taylor--who wrote the majority of the original Injustice: Gods Among Us comic series-- would be writing a new comic series before the game's release. Taylor wrote the majority of the original Injustice: Gods Among Us comic series. The upcoming comic takes place in between the two games, and we took the opportunity to talk to Taylor to find out what we can expect.

The new series debuts on April 11 digitally, and the first print issue goes on sale May 3.

GameSpot: Where does your story pick up in relation to the first game and comic series?

Crash Bandicoot Trilogy Remaster May Not Be PS4 Exclusive

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Crash Bandicoot Trilogy Remaster May Not Be PS4 Exclusive

If you're hoping to play the upcoming Crash Bandicoot trilogy remaster but don't own a PS4, you may not be completely out of luck.

To date, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has only been announced for PS4, where it launches on June 30. The PlayStation Ireland Twitter account recently replied to a tweet and stated it will be exclusive to PS4. That tweet (captured in an image on NeoGAF) has since been deleted, with a new message correcting what it originally claimed.

"To clarify our earlier post, it will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro first," the new tweet reads. It hasn't clarified this any further, but it sounds as if N. Sane Trilogy is a timed exclusive and, as such, could eventually launch on other platforms.

Overwatch Concept Art May Show Off An Unrevealed Character Idea

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Overwatch Concept Art May Show Off An Unrevealed Character Idea

As part of his DICE Summit talk today, Overwatch director Jeff Kaplan shared an early piece of concept art that seems to reveal a character who has not made it into the game, at least so far.

The image below shows off many of the characters players will recognize, such as Tracer, Winston, Mercy, and Genji. Right in the middle, however, we see a giant spider-like creature shooting a laser beam.

Kaplan knew this was likely to catch the attention of eagle-eyed fans and was sure to comment on it. "I need to say this for our subreddit so it doesn't implode: No, the hero in the center is not the hero who you think it is," he said.

Star Wars: Rogue One's Digital And Blu-ray/DVD Release Dates Announced, Bonus Features Revealed

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Star Wars: Rogue One's Digital And Blu-ray/DVD Release Dates Announced, Bonus Features Revealed

Star Wars: Rogue One will be available to buy through digital platforms on March 24 and on Blu-ray/DVD on April 4, Disney announced today.

The home video version comes with a number of bonus features in which the filmmakers and cast will talk about where the idea for the movie came from and more. There are also character-specific chapters for Jyn, Cassian, and K-2SO. Considering Rogue One had a lot of reshoots, it's a little disappointing that there is no mention of deleted scenes being among the bonus features. But some of them sound pretty interesting, including one titled "The Story Continues," which will see the filmmakers and cast discuss "the Star Wars stories yet to be told."

Another feature, "The Princess & The Governor," will dive into how the filmmakers digitally created Princess Leia and Grand Moff Tarkin.