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By Jonathan Balofsky On 16 Aug, 2017 At 10:14 AM | Categorized As News, News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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Bethesda sent out the following

 

 

After losing his eye in an explosion during his time as a war photographer, Stefano rapidly descended into madness. His newfound “vision” drove him to become fascinated by the precise instant when death takes a person – that split second in time when people are, in his opinion, at their most open and most beautiful. Stefano returned home from the war with a newfound purpose. But he wouldn’t wait for these perfect moments to arise on their own. Why should he, when he could orchestrate those final breaths? One victim became two, and soon enough he had become a serial killer, photographing each of his victims’ faces at the exact moment of their demise.

 

But the real world could never appreciate his talents. Stefano was hunted, until he found himself in this STEM world – a world of “pure creation.” A world he could shape to suit his own desires. And Lily is the key to unlocking the potential of this world.

 

And he’s not alone in his endeavors. Born from an untethered and immoral imagination and sculpted from blood and bone and flesh, Obscura is one of Stefano’s greatest masterpieces. Somewhere inside of Obscura is a story from another life, long before Stefano ever even learned of the existence of STEM – a story you’ll have to uncover for yourself as you explore Union and discover more about the twisted artist behind some of the horrors hunting you. Check out Bethesda.net for even more details.

The Evil Within 2 will launch worldwide Friday the 13th, October 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Evil Within 2  has not yet been rated by the ESRB. For more information about the game, visit www.TheEvilWithin.com

 

 

The game is looking fantastic and to be a even better than the original. The game looks to have the right blend of horror elements that fans want in their games. Will you be getting it?

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 15 Aug, 2017 At 11:54 PM | Categorized As News, News, NINTENDO, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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Frozenbyte sent out the following

 

 

Frozenbyte has released a video introducing the diverse cast of playable characters of the upcoming blast-em-up game of magic mayhem, Nine Parchments!

The cast includes eight wizarding apprentices from various backgrounds, including a surprise appearance by the master of boxes himself from the Trine series, Amadeus!

 

Nine Parchments will be playable at gamescom at the Indie Arena Booth, and at the Indie MEGABOOTH at PAX West, and will be shown for the first time ever on Nintendo Switch! The demo will have four player co-op, and includes a boss battle against a dangerous, firebreathing Treasure Mantis.
In September, the Japanese version will be playable at Tokyo Game Show!
Frozenbyte CEO Lauri Hyvärinen commented on the playable Nintendo Switch version: “We’re huge fans of Switch here at Frozenbyte and are ecstatic to show a playable version of Nine Parchments! It’s going to be a blast in co-op!”
Nine Parchments is in the final stages of development, and set to launch later this year on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 and PC, with a more precice launch date still to be announced.
About Nine Parchments
Nine Parchments is a co-operative blast ’em up game of magical mayhem from Frozenbyte!
Runaway apprentice wizards seize the opportunity to complete their spellbooks by going after the lost Nine Parchments. As the would-be wizards rapidly acquire powerful new spells without learning proper safety measures, it’s natural their hasty progress results in plenty of deadly accidents…
Nine Parchments combines real-time spell-shooting action with RPG elements – level up your character and collect magical loot, filling your wardrobe with a myriad of wizard hats and powerful staves.
Features
•  Wield the power of the elements and master a diverse and ever-changing arsenal of spells
•  Unlock new playable characters, wizard hats and magical staves
•  Level up and train your characters in the magical arts, but choose your path wisely!
•  Battle strange creatures & mighty bosses in a breathtakingly beautiful world, set in the Trine universe
•  Online and local co-op with 1-4 players
•  Coming to Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2017
You can see the new trailer here

This game looks amazing and will no doubt be a big hit when it releases. Are you looking forward to it?

 

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 14 Aug, 2017 At 10:50 AM | Categorized As News, News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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Today marks the release of the first DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online since the launch of the ESO: Morrowind Chapter in June. The Horns of the Reach DLC game pack introduces two new incredible dungeons – Falkreath Hold and Bloodroot Forge – in addition to a slew of new items.

 

Launching alongside Horns of the Reach are a host of improvements to the base game available to all players for free, as well as a new PvP Battlegrounds mode, Chaosball, and a new map, Arcane University.

 

The Horns of the Reach two-dungeon pack is now available on PC and Mac, free for all ESO Plus Members, or for purchase via the in-game Crown Store for 1,500 Crowns. Update 15 general improvements are available free for all players, while Battlegrounds additions are free for owners of ESO: Morrowind (Battlegrounds requires ESO: Morrowind). Both will also release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One adventurers on August 29.

Horns of the Reach DLC Game Pack

Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold, two new challenging dungeons, pit four-player groups against the menacing hordes of the Dreadhorn Clan. Both dungeons contain unique item sets, monster masks, achievements, and collectibles. For more details on the lore, enemies, and rewards, please see the preview articles for Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold on the ESO web site.

 

Horns of the Reach is also available in a special Collector’s Bundle, which offers a unique selection Horns of the Reach-themed items in addition to the DLC game pack, including the Karthwolf Charger mount, Karthwolf Shepherd pet, and five Crown Experience Scrolls. This exclusive bundle is available for a limited time in the Crown Store for 3,500 crowns.

 

Update 15 Details

Alongside Horns of the Reach, ZeniMax Online Studios has also released Update 15 for PC and Mac, delivering  a host of overall game improvements that are free for everyone, as well as major additions to ESO’s fast-moving new Battlegrounds PvP, which are free for all owners of ESO: Morrowind.

 

Battlegrounds additions include a new arena – Arcane University – set in the heart of Cyrodiil’s ruined university, as well as a new game mode, Chaosball, in which players must capture and protect a “ball” to earn points for their team. For more information, please see the ESO web site’s Battlegrounds preview.

 

Update 15’s general game updates — free for all players — includes fixes, balance changes, additions, and improvements that everybody can enjoy. For a complete list of changes and additions, please see the base game update preview on the ESO web site.

This is a pretty great update and dlc addition to The Elder Scrolls Online. Horns of The Reach looks to be a nice new part of Elder Scrolls Online, which is getting better and better every day. Will you check this out?

 

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By Terrence T. Watson On 13 Aug, 2017 At 09:07 PM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, Reviews, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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[Marvel Heroes Omega is the latest MMORPG to hit the PlayStation 4 by Gazillion]

Marvel Heroes Omega has been out on the PC for the longest time underneath the titular name. “Marvel Heroes 2016/2017.” So gamers from all around the world were excited to try their hand at the vastly popular MMORPG from Gazillion. However, It was not until recently that Gazillion had decided to take the next step with Marvel Heroes and eventually port this game on the PlayStation 4 platform. Even then Marvel Heroes Omega is proving to be a worthy contender for one of the most popular MMORPG’s to play on the PS4 to date.

[ Marvel Heroes Omega features actual comic book style art for its Story Mode cut scenes, This is just an example of such. ]

Marvel Heroes Omega for the PlayStation 4 focuses on the the story of The Marvel Universe’s heroes compromising of its various popular faces such as Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and some former villains such as Deadpool to combat the forces of Doctor Doom, A.I.M, The Kingpin, and various other Marvel Comics villains. However the main antagonist for the Campaign itself is none other than Doctor Doom, but other villains also make their appearances along the way such as The Mandarin, and M.O.D.O.K over the collective sum of nine chapters overall each with their sub chapters to boot. So if you do not like playing per se’ Deadpool a certain way? You’ll have a different way to play him based on your talents. Now, these talents are unlocked on levels 32, 38, 44, 50 and 56 for the final talent tree. Each talent has three different choices overall, also once you hit level 60 you will be able to access your ultimate ability by pressing L1+R1 at the same time. The ultimate abilities are different for each character, so making wise choices is vital. There is also a Synergy system which adds certain stat passives at level 25 and 50 respectively for each hero. If you gear them around your heroes stats to make them stronger. I.E: Synergize Deadpool with a hero who also uses gun powers like Star Lord for extra damage to your base abilities.

[ The real draw in for Marvel Heroes Omega to me is the Talent system! It offers a lot of customization.]

Marvel Heroes Omega’s story mode is a lot of fun and adds so much to the atmosphere of the game. There are also other modes that make this games fun factor on point. After completing the story mode, the game offers operations which you can repeatedly do for extra bonuses overall for your character. This mode also has the Bounty Hunter system which rewards players for the bare number of kills accumulated, this ranges from usually 100 kills to 350 kills. Now, this is also good because after you kill the boss it allows you to open extra treasure chests at the end of the level based on your collective amount of kills.

The Base MHO game allows you to play on an open map with several people. The patrols allow you to pretty much play at your leisure rather than being stuck on a linear path. There are also trials to increase the difficulty of your game thus giving you greater rewards ranging from Heroic Trial, Super Heroic Trial, then Cosmic Trial. Now each trial has you pretty much facing off against two waves of 26 enemies under the clock. With each successive difficulty, you complete you unlock better gear.  The difficulty determines what style of gear you receive.

Personal Likes:

[Marvel Heroes Omega features a wide range of heroes to choose from.]

My Personal Likes are listed below

– Marvel Heroes Omega’s Hero Selection
It has a decent selection to choose from overall.

– Marvel Heroes Omega’s Storyline
Each chapter is introduced with actual marvel style drawings.

– Each Hero has their own voice actors from their studios
Like Deadpool has his voice, Wolverine has his, Etc.

– Each Hero has Multiple Costumes to choose from.
For example, Spider Man has his Iron Spider Costume.

Personal Dislikes:

[Personally, I think you should not have to pay cash for more storage. That should have been in game costs.]

My Personal Dislikes are listed below

– The time it takes to release the content for this game.
While the presentation is top notch PC has way more stuff.

– A number of Eternity Splinters you need to grind.
For some heroes, they are as low as 250 for others 775

– The amount of storage you get for a fresh character.
40 Spaces is a little disheartening for a fresh playthrough.

– The lack of the Unique Equipment System for this build. As of 6/3, The lack of the unique system is a letdown.

[Marvel Heroes Omega does a lot of things right but until they do everything right? Gazillion will have their work cut out for them.]

The gameplay to me is probably better than what I thought it would be on the PS4, as far as I am personally concerned. Marvel Heroes Omega translates pretty well from the conversion from being a PC original title to an actual PS4 title. Honestly, I’d like to see more titles done in this fashion because the Diablo formula works pretty well with this particular game. Granted it took them redesigned cut scenes and a few extra chapters to polish the title as a whole but once that was done it went pretty smoothly if I do say so myself. ~ Samurai.

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I am a fan of The Elder Scrolls series as should be well evident from my articles by now. Instead of talking about a particular game today however, I wanted to do something else and discuss the various DLC expansions released for the main games. I will not be discussing Elder Scrolls Online at this time, but may do another list in the future. This list is purely my opinion, and I ranked the DLC based off of quality, what it did for the game, how well it was received, and how well it held up years later.

 

 

Warning: Spoilers ahead!

 

 

Without further delay, let us start with Number 7.

 

7: Hearthfire 

Hearthfire is a great little DLC, but there is emphasis needed for the word little. It doesn’t have a huge amount of content like the other expansions, but what it does offer is some new followers, new houses and children to adopt. It isn’t the most exciting DLC but it does help the role playing experience and does allow a greater degree of immersion. There isn’t much to talk about. Its a nice way to build on the game but there isn’t much to it.

6: Knights of the Nine 

Knights of the Nine was the first major expansion for Oblivion and it was well received at the time. However, I honestly feel it hasn’t actually held up as well as the main game or what came later. To me, Knights of the Nine feels like an attempt to bring Morrowind’s narrative style to Oblivion in a way that just didn’t fit. The story was good, don’t get me wrong and the expansion did offer a neat experience, but it just has not held up as well as others. It is also rather short and doesn’t feel as well developed as the other expansions, bar Hearthfire.

5: Tribunal

I can hear the anger already. Tribunal serves as a direct sequel to the story of Morrowind, one of the most acclaimed games in the series, so how could I only put it at number 5? Well, to be honest, it isn’t very good. I rated this above Knights of the Nine because of the fact that the story is a continuation of the events of the main game and is very important for that reason. That being said, the expansion has a lot of issues, a story that feels ill plotted at times, and game mechanics that take you out of the immersion. It is an important DLC but not one that I particularly like.

4: Dawnguard

The top 4 DLC expansions are all amazing and I had a hard time choosing which to put in number 4 through 2, but I came to the conclusion that Dawnguard fits best in this spot. The vampire threat is a big departure from the main quest of Skyrim, but the story does actually build on the lore of the game and the series in general. It introduced amazing characters like Serana, explored the history of Skyrim and the Falmer, and showed us the truth about the soul gems. It had an atmosphere of adventure, tough enemies and great new abilities. Plus it overhauled the perk system and due to the choice you make early one, there are two ways to actually explore the DLC.

3: Bloodmoon

The 2nd expansion for Morrowind is far and away the better one.  This is the first time we are introduced to Solstheim and the Skaal people among other things. Bloodmoon introduced the Lycanthropy ability to the game and offered a unique area that felt large and yet different from the main game. it felt new and different and had a great charm to it. The quests were great, there was a lot to do in the expansion and it brought a lot of innovation. It does not get the attention that Tribunal gets, which is a shame because it is a far better expansion, as it is better developers, has a better story, and a much better sense of immersion with more choices for the player.  It has aged better than tribunal and is simpley a better experience.

 

2: Dragonborn

The third and final dlc expansion for Skyrim, Dragonborn is set once again on Solstheim, only 200 years have passed since Bloodmoon. You can now see how things have changd, while exploring a familiar setting for players of Morrowind. As with Bloodmoon, there is a lot to do in this expansion, but it goes beyond as we get an epic plot that discusses the nature of the Dragonborn more, awesome new abilities and shouts, great new weapons and armor and more. This isn’t even mentioning the excellent quests and characters that are in the dlc. Reviving Raven Rock gives a real sense of accomplishment, and honestly, this feels like proper semi sequel to Skyrim more than Tribunal felt like a continuation of Morrowind. This is a story that emphasizes how things have changed and how you are the one to help make things right.

 

1: Shivering Isles

There was no other choice for the number one spot. Shivering Isles  is the greatest DLC expansion for an Elder Scrolls game so far. If Cyrodil felt like too much of a typical European fantasy setting, then this solved that problem by making the setting a bizarre would where madness ruled. It made Sheogorath into a fan favourite character and gave him some amazing lines. There was so much to do, and so many ways to do them. There was a sense of whimsicalness as well as a tragic undertone building up throughout the story. The ending was amazing, with Jyggalag being freed from his curse and the cycle of the Greymarch broken, and then your character ascending to godhood as the new Sheogorath. Nothing has topped this yet, and I doubt anything will. Shivering Isles could have been a standalone game and it would still have been amazing. There is a reason the fans love this one the most, and time has been very kind to it, unlike some other expansions. It is simply a masterpiece of game design.

 

 

Well I hope you enjoyed the list. Let me know what you think of it, and some suggestions you think would make good lists.

 

 

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The above was the opinion solely of the author and not necessarily the views of ROG or its staff.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 11 Aug, 2017 At 05:05 PM | Categorized As News, News, News, NINTENDO, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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The new trailer for Battle Chasers: Nightwar from Airship Syndicate and THQ Nordic is here! In this animated short by Powerhouse Animation (the studio behind the hit Castlevania series on Netflix), fans of the Battle Chasers franchise will witness the action-packed debut of an all-new hero: Alumon the Devil Hunter. Once a member of a sacred order of monster hunters, Alumon was banished from the order and now operates alone as bounty hunter, taking contracts and doing odd jobs for money, from exorcisms and assassinations if the job requires it (and sometimes even if it doesn’t).

Though Alumon possesses the traditional magic and light-based abilities of the Battle Priests of his order, he has taken his study of the dark arts further than most. Many of his spells and abilities call upon dark magic, often bringing harm to himself or others. Meddling with these dark powers has physically changed Alumon, so he is easily recognized by his frost white hair and serpent-like eyes. For that reason, Alumon usually wears a mask.

The new Battle Chasers: Nightwar video will also serve as the animated introduction for the game and was inspired by title sequences of TV classic series from the 1980s, like Thundercats, Silverhawks and Defenders of the Earth. “Battle Chasers, ho!“

You can see the video here

 

Battle Chasers: Nightwar is an awesome looking game and keeps getting better looking with each reveal. Are you looking forward to this?

 

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 10 Aug, 2017 At 11:24 PM | Categorized As News, News, News, NINTENDO, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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Sega has released the opening cinematic for Sonic Mania, which releases in a few days. You can see the cinematic here.

 

Here’s an early look at the opening animation for Sonic Mania, releasing August 15th!

Animated and Directed by Tyson Hesse, featuring custom music by Hyper Potions, this animation is our final gift to you before the game launches on Tuesday!

This is a beautiful opening and really shows how much love was put into this game.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 10 Aug, 2017 At 09:29 PM | Categorized As News, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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The following was sent out

 

 

Toylogic will soon thrust PlayStation®4 players into a wacky world filled with buckteeth Zombies, dancing Aliens and purple-tongued Goblins. Only by banding together as Warriors, Mages and Clerics can they hope to defeat these diabolical forces…and collect their loot! On September 12, Toylogic is set to release their trio of unlikely heroes from the popular, free-to-play action RPG Happy Dungeons onto PlayStation®4 in North America and Europe.  The game will launch a few days earlier in Japan on September 7, 2017.

Like a hearty mug of grog, a fine barrel of mead or a glowing magical elixir Happy Dungeons is an exciting and fun-filled  dungeon crawling and loot hunting experience on the PS4.  Rich with robust fighting action, 3 character classes – the Warrior, the mystical Mage and the medicinal Cleric, dozens of enemy races and types, over 50+ dungeons and more than 1,700 unique items to discover.  Intense multiplayer co-op gameplay for up to 4 players either online or on the couch locally in split screen play promises hours of entertainment.

 

To top it off, exclusive for PlayStation®4 players, Toylogic is offering:

  • A special rewards bundle to PS4 players who pre-register Happy Dungeons. Interested?  Pre-register here:  https://www.happydungeons.net/pr/ps4prereg_en/ and…

  • For PS+ members only a rarely seen, treasure chest of Happy Jewels will be offered every month – for life!

You can see a trailer here

This is quite the interesting looking game. Are you interested?

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 10 Aug, 2017 At 07:20 PM | Categorized As News, News, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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EA sent out the following

 

Today, Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) announced that the NBA LIVE 18 free demo* will launch tomorrow for all players with Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus accounts, August 11th on Xbox One and PlayStation® 4. In a franchise first, all progress and unlocked content coming out of the experience will carry over into the full game when it launches on September 15th. In addition, players who pre-order NBA LIVE 18 will get 33% off the retail price ($59.99) at participating retailers**.

 

In the NBA LIVE 18 free demo, players will experience The Rise, the prologue section of The One – an all-new way to pursue your legacy, centered on the player and defined by your choices.  Progress made in The One during the free demo can be carried over into the full game, so players jumping in early can continue their experience when the full game launches.  Players in the free demo will also be treated to specially-timed Live Events – limited-time activities with special rules, rewards and characters, only available in The One. Rewards earned in weekly Live

 

Events will also carry over into the full game, giving players reason to regularly come back and check out the new events in order to earn new rewards. The free demo rounds out with a Play Now experience between the NBA Finals rivals Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors.  The NBA LIVE 18 demo is available to all players with Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus.

 

NBA LIVE 18 will also feature Houston Rockets superstar James Harden as the cover athlete.  Harden has always been a wholly unique individual, staying true to himself and reaching stardom through his skill and authenticity.  Through intense dedication to the sport and his fiercely competitive nature, Harden embodies The One for Houston and its fans.

 

“When I heard about working with EA SPORTS and being the cover athlete of NBA LIVE 18 I was pretty excited for the opportunity,” said Harden. “NBA LIVE 18 is all about creating your own identity and making your mark on the league, and I can definitely relate to that. If anybody knows about creativity it’s me.”

 

Harden started his career as the first player ever drafted by the Oklahoma City Thunder.  Since joining Houston in 2012, Harden has been a powerhouse in the league, finishing his first season with an average of 25.9 points and 5.8 assists per game, and growing into a perennial all-star and one of the league’s most-dominant players.

 

EA Access members receive an additional 10 percent discount*** when they purchase a digital version of NBA LIVE 18 on Xbox Live.

 

Players who need even more basketball in their lives can also check out NBA LIVE Mobile, available as free-to-download**** on the App Store and Google Play.

 

NBA LIVE 18 is developed by EA Tiburon and will be available worldwide September 15 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

 

The EA SPORTS™ brand is one of the leading sports entertainment brands in the world, with top-selling videogame franchises, award-winning interactive technology, fan programs and cross-platform digital experiences. The EA SPORTS studios create connected experiences that ignite the emotion of sports through videogames, includingMadden NFL football, EA SPORTS™FIFANHL® hockey, NBA LIVE basketball and EA SPORTS UFC® franchises.

 

For more information about EA SPORTS games, including news, video, blogs, forums and game apps, please visitwww.easports.com to connect, share and compete.

 

*REQUIRES PERSISTENT INTERNET CONNECTION, EA ACCOUNT, ACCEPTANCE OF EA USER AGREEMENT AND PRIVACY & COOKIE POLICY, AND A XBOX LIVE GOLD OR PLAYSTATION PLUS SUBSCRIPTION (BOTH SOLD SEPARATELY). MUST BE 13+. DEMO IS PRE-RELEASE SOFTWARE, MAY CONTAIN ERRORS/DEFECTS AND IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY.

 

** Restrictions apply, see https://www.easports.com/nba-live/disclaimers for details and territories.  Outside the US and Canada, promotional benefit may be provided via rebate or gift card.

 

***CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS APPLY.  SEE EA.COM/EAACCESS/TERMS AND EA.COM/EAACCESS FOR DETAILS.

 

**** NETWORK FEES MAY APPLY. IN-APP PURCHASES AVAILABLE.

This is quite interesting, and EA is taking new steps with their series. Will you be checking this out?

 

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 10 Aug, 2017 At 10:03 AM | Categorized As News, News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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Bethesda has released the official trailer for Dishonored: Death of The Outsider

 

 

See a new side of Karnaca as Death of the Outsider takes you through its gritty underbelly. Investigate mysterious cults, infiltrate underground fight clubs, and even pull off a bank heist as you search for a way to do the impossible: kill a god. Playing as a new assassin, you’ll have access to slew of powerful new supernatural abilities, weapons and gadgets, all of which are designed to help you cut a bloody swath through Karnaca and leave your mark on the history. Or perhaps you’ll choose to be merciful and use your skills to slip unnoticed through the world. In true Arkane fashion, the intricately designed levels allow for a wide array of playstyles, with branching paths and heavy choices that will greatly affect the outcome of your mission.

 

Death of the Outsider brings players back to the Empire of the Isles, with breathtaking visuals, intricately designed levels, and brutal combat systems that are a hallmark of the Dishonored series. With a new character comes a unique new set of supernatural abilities, deadly weapons and powerful gear, empowering players to become the ultimate assassin. And with developer Arkane Studios’ signature style, you can once again be as bloodthirsty – or as merciful – as you like. Check out Bethesda.net for even more details in our recently released video featuring insights from Creative Director, Harvey Smith.

Dishonored: Death of The Outsider is looking fantastic, and is shaping up to be a worthy addition to the Dishonored canon. Are you looking forward to the game?