The PlayStation VR’s library of titles is getting bigger and more varied every day, with inXile Entertainment’s dungeon crawler the latest to join the list.
Looks like the nostalgia factor from Sledgehammer Games has hit once more, Call of Duty: WW2 is set to receive a revamped version of the Shipment map from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and best of all, it’s free to everyone on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
The highly anticipated co-op adventure title from Rare Studio, Sea of Thieves is set to release in 3 days, which means that if you want to hop into the adventure as soon as it launches, you may want to pre-load it. This option is available now on both PC and Xbox One – as long as you have bought the game. Unfortunately, those with Xbox passes will have to wait before the game officially releases before they can start their downloads, something confirmed by Mike Ybarra from the Xbox team on Twitter.
Rare Studios has just released the list of achievements players can expect for the upcoming pirate adventure, Sea of Thieves. There are a total of 60 achievements players can look forward to unlocking, and each of the achievements for Xbox One is set to reward players with a background.
Following the massive lootbox controversy surrounding EA’s shooter, Star Wars Battlefront II, we’ve seen minor adjustments to the game, making progression slightly easier and loot boxes less essential – however, it still played a massive part to the game’s leveling and equipment unlock system.
With A Way Out just under a week before its release the director behind the indie studio Hazelight, Josef Fares has been letting little details slip regarding the game, a couple of days ago we learned that the game would take around 6-8hrs to complete, from start to finish.