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tinyBuild and Fluxscopic are bringing their top-down, pixel-art action-adventure title Mayhem in Single Valley to PC later this year.
The game’s story is said to unfold through a “wide variety of locations,” which include underground caves and secret labs, with players taking on “dozens of unique physics and light puzzles and enemies.”
Players will also be able to combine foodstuffs and other ingredients to “escape and/or manipulate crazed wildlife and bosses,” with enemies and NPCs said to have “a variety of motivations and fears” that you can use to your advantage.
There’s no specific release date just yet, with the game coming to PC sometime this year.
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Deep Silver and 4A Games have released the second major story expansion for their post-apocalyptic shooter, Metro Exodus.
Sam’s Story is available to purchase digitally on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Stadia, or as part of the game’s expansion pass.
Also announced was the return of Metro Exodus to Steam following its removal last year and subsequent timed exclusivity deal with the Epic Games Store. The game will once again be available to purchase on Steam from 15 February.
Looking forward to the latest expansion? Let us know below.
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Bethesda have revealed the release date for Fallout 76’s upcoming Wastelanders update, which adds human NPCs, new factions and quests.
Players will be able to “befriend or betray” the new inhabitants that have come to settle in Appalachia, with decisions said to affect your standing with each faction thanks to an “all-new” reputation system.
As well as human arrivals, a few more mutated creatures have made their way to the region, with the “highest tier” of weapons and armour handed out to those who can take them down.
Wastelanders is out 7 April as a free update for Fallout 76 owners on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The date also marks the arrival of the game on Steam for the very first time.
Are you looking forward to the arrival of human NPCs? Let us know below.
Easy Day Studios’ physics-based skateboarding sim, Skater XL - currently available through Steam Early Access - has received an update introducing new tricks and technical upgrades.
All of the new features are available through the public beta branch of the game, which players must download and opt into. Updates from the previous public beta, including the Encinitas Skatepark map, have been rolled into the current public version of the game.
Skater XL is coming to PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. While there’s no solid release date just yet, the developer stated that the game will be out sometime in 2020 in response to a fan question on twitter.
"We don't have an exact date yet but we'll be announcing it as soon as it's confirmed. Will be this year though," read the tweet.
Have you been playing the game in Early Access? Looking forward to the update? Let us know below.
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