Two Point Studios and SEGA have released a video showing just how Two Point Hospital will transition to consoles when it releases on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch next month.
To make expanding a more streamlined process, constructed rooms can be copied and multiplied with a single button press, and there’s also a new overview mode that allows players a bird’s eye view of their hospital so they can spot potential choke points.
Two Point Hospital is out on 25 February for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and is currently available on PC via Steam. All three console editions will come with the two previously released expansion packs, including the Bigfoot DLC.
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EA and DICE have revealed the new content awaiting players when Chapter 6: Into the Jungle releases for Battlefield V next month.
“Rivers and marshes block the path for infantry and tanks, but savvy soldiers can make the bottlenecks work for them. You’ll charge through narrow paths winding through dense jungle and fight over covered strongholds,” reads EA’s official description of the new map.
The new weapons available to unlock include the Type 11 LMG and Model 37 shotgun for the Support class and the M2 Carbine for the Assault class. Players of the latter class can also unlock the M1A1 Bazooka, while both Assault and Support players will be able to earn the Lunge Mine for anti-tank warfare.
The three new elite all have a melee focussed nature to compliment Solomon Islands’ close-quarters attributes, including the Commando Machete wielding Misaki Yamashiro, American pilot Steve Fisher, who uses knuckle dusters, and finally Akira Sakamoto, who’s club is a “repurposed control stick” from a downed Zero fighter.
Chapter 6: Into the Jungle is out 6 February as a free update on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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Deep Silver and 4A Games are bringing Metro Redux to Nintendo Switch, a double pack which contains definitive versions of both Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light.
Players can approach the campaigns in one of two modes; Survival, in which you’ll experience the game “as a slow burn survival horror” due to the lack of ammunition and filters for your gas mask, or Spartan, where these items are more prevalent.
The boxed edition of the game comes with both campaigns and DLC on a single 16GB cartridge, while those who want to buy the digital version will be able to download Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Last Light Redux individually from the Nintendo e-Shop.
There’s no word on whether the final instalment in the series, Metro Exodus, is coming to Switch.
Metro Redux is out 28 February on Nintendo Switch.
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KT Racing have released a new trailer looking at some of the new and improved features found in their official Isle of Man TT simulator, TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2.
One of the biggest changes sees the introduction of an open world that’s said to be a “biker's paradise.”
Players will have to “prove their worth” before taking on the island's iconic, 60km Snaefell Mountain course by competing in a series of road races, earning upgrades that can be tested out in the game world.
There’s no solid release date just yet, with the game said to be releasing on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC sometime during the “first semester” of this year.
Did you play the first game? What do you think of the new features? Let us know below.
Capcom have released a new trailer for the upcoming Resident Evil 3 remake, giving us a closer look at the game’s stalking antagonist, Nemesis.
As well as the Nemesis, an unkillable hulk who relentlessly hunts players with laser guided rockets, a flamethrower and some rather nasty whip-like tentacles, the trailer also briefly highlights the Hunter enemy type players will be encountering.
This monster, a walking bioweapon, has been made by “combining the genetic material of humans and reptiles” to create an incredibly fast and powerful adversary.
Resident Evil 3 is out 3 April on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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The long awaited sequel to 2016's DOOM reboot is releasing in March and Bethesda have unveiled a new trailer to get us hyped for the next chapter.
Head on over to the Slayers Club to find out more and grab one of the special editions that can be pre-purchased.
The Deluxe Edition includes:
The Collector's Edition comprises everything in the Deluxe, plus:
Those who pre-order any version of DOOM Eternal will score a digital download of DOOM 64 and the Rip and Tear Pack, which includes:
DOOM Eternal launches 20 March on Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC and Stadia.
What do you think of the trailer? Tempted by the Collector's Edition? Let us know below or over in the forums.
Square Enix have delayed the release of their Final Fantasy VII remake, with the game now set to launch a little over a month later than the original release date.
“In order to ensure we deliver a game that is in-line with our vision, and the quality that our fans who have been waiting for deserve, we have decided to move the release date… Thank you for your patience and continued support.”
Another of Square Enix’s titles, Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers, which the aforementioned studio is handling publishing duties for, has also had its release date pushed back, this time by a more significant four months.
The game, which is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Stadia, was supposed to release 15 May, but today received a new launch date of 4 September.
“At Crystal Dynamics our ambition has always been to deliver the ultimate Avengers gaming experience. In order to achieve that goal, we have made the difficult decision to move the release date of Marvel’s Avengers,” read a statement published on the game’s official twitter account.
“When we set out to bring you our vision for Marvel’s Avengers, we committed to delivering an original story-driven campaign, engaging co-op, and compelling content for years to come. To that end, we will spend this additional development time focusing on fine tuning and polishing the game to the high standards our fans expect and deserve.”
The third-person action adventure title, which was revealed at last year’s E3, contains both single player and multiplayer missions, and features a brand-new story and multiple playable heroes, including Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel.
Are you disappointed by the delays? Sound off below or over in the forums.
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