Io-Interactive have announced a release date for the physical version of their episodic HITMAN title.
The Steelbook features all Episodes, challenges and locations from Season One, plus Escalation Contracts created by both the studio and the HITMAN community. Purchasers of the Steelbook also have access to every Elusive Target live game event taking place after 31 January.
The boxed edition of the game also comes with some additional downloadable content:
HITMAN: The Complete First Season releases 31 January 2017 and will cost £49.99/€59.99 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, while the PC version will retail at £39.99/€49.99.
Have you been waiting for a physical version of HITMAN? Let us know in the forums or in the comments below, and be sure to check out our thoughts on the Intro Pack and Episode 2.
Rumours started after a countdown (shown above) appeared on DukeNukem.com.
Since the teaser went live speculation has ramped up. The official Duke Nukem Facebook page sprang to life, posting for the first time in four years to inform fans that Duke is now on Twitter (Warning: his tweets are not exactly family friendly).
Furthermore, Reddit user Tezla55 posted a thread claiming to have been leaked a few details about a new Duke Nukem title. Supposedly, the game is called Duke Nukem 3D: World Tour and is being developed by Nerve Software.
He also shared some screenshots which you can find below:
The leaker had the following to say on the screenshots:
"These are official. This is a Duke 3D remaster. In many ways, you can look at this game as a Duke Nukem 3D remix as there will be a lot of new/original content added in as well. From my understanding, these screens are just a handful out of a bunch of press shots that will be coming out in the following days."
If he’s to be believed, the project could go a long way to redeeming 2011’s Duke Nukem Forever.
Tezla55 further claims:
"They also said that there will be both co-op as well as deathmatch online although they are not 100% sure on it."
As if any more proof was needed, we consulted an online magic 8 ball:
So there you have it.
What do you think about the rumours? Are you looking forward to another instalment of the series? Let us know in the forums or leave a comment below.
The remastered edition can be purchased digitally for new users, whilst owners of the current version will be able to update via a free patch.
Check out the trailer below:
Those purchasing Rocksmith 2014 Edition - Remastered will be granted access to six bonus tracks, whilst those who upgrade will need to purchase them separately.
These songs are:
There's a range of genres on offer, from both the included tracks and the DLC, so you're almost certain to find something that suits your style. Just to be sure, take a look at the full list here.
Are you interested in learning guitar? Or maybe looking to improve your skills? Let us know in the forums or comments below.
The latest trailer for Fallout 4 DLC, Nuka-World, introduces the titular park's mascots as they take you through a safety video.
Located in a brand new area of the Commonwealth, Nuka-World was once a place where dreams come true. Now, the various themed zones are occupied by Raiders and strange new creatures who probably aren't here on holiday.
If you can unite the Raider gangs under your banner, you'll be able to claim the park for your own and experience how the other side live; becoming the most feared and respected Raider Overboss in the Commonwealth.
Nuka-World releases across Xbox One, PS4 and PC on 30 August.
Remember Fallout Shelter? The mobile game which grabbed Bethesda fans by the scruff of the neck last year and thrust them into a 2D Fallout while - tiding them over until the release of Fallout 4.
Well, the game’s 1.7 update is now live, and there's plenty of reasons to give it a second look, if you can tear yourself away from Pokémon Go...
The latest update introduces new Quests, including Weekly and Special Event Quests, and even brings a special visit from Nuka-World’s Bottle and Cappy.
Update 1.7 features:
Are you still playing Fallout 4? Getting stuck in to Fallout Shelter? Let us know in forums or leave a comment below.
Following last weekend's tech test, Respawn have released a statement to allay some of your fears about Titanfall 2.
Pilot mobility was one factor, with players feeling a little slower than in the previous title. However, changes were made to improve gunplay, rather than slow down movement, so Respawn will be reworking a few things, making wall running faster and increasing air speed.
Another bugbear was the time it takes to build your titan meter. Although the team aimed to reward pilots for playing the objective, they found that players could attempt to, but fail, which had the unintended consequence of slowing down titan acquisition. The goal is for each player to be guaranteed at least one titan per match, as such, tweaks will be made to this mechanic.
Other annoyances, like titan mobility, map design and the cluttered hud will also be looked into.
The developers have stated that some of the problems have already been addressed and will be updated for the second round of testing, which takes place this weekend, whilst other changes will make it into the final game.
Did you try out Titanfall 2 over the weekend? Looking forward to the next test? Let us know in the forums or comment below.
Halo 5: Guardians' premier map building tool will be available on PC from 8 September, as a free download via the Windows 10 Store.
Forge users on PC will be able to host and play custom matches with up to 16 other players, download and customise levels from the Forge community, and share and access maps across both platforms.
Also releasing alongside Forge support for PC is the next multiplayer update coming to Halo 5: Guardians on Xbox One.
Anvil’s Legacy adds new maps, weapons and REQ’s for free. Here’s a look at what’s included according to Major Nelson’s blog:
• Content Browser that Spans Platforms. “The Anvil’s Legacy content release brings the highly anticipated content browser to Forge mode in Halo 5: Guardians on Xbox One – a new, streamlined way to discover community-created Forge content, with support for custom maps, game modes and Forge Object Groups. Combined with Halo 5: Forge on Windows 10 PC, the new content browser will let users browse, access and enjoy content from both PC and console Forgers, regardless of which system it was originally created on.”
• New Arena and Warzone Maps – Mercy and Temple. “With the addition of “Mercy”, a new battleground is open for competitive Arena players, while “Temple” brings the desert environment of Sanghelios to Warzone Assault modes.”
• New Weapons, REQs, Customization Options and More. “Anvil’s Legacy brings several new desirable REQ items including three new weapons, new Sound Dampener attachments, weapon and armor skins, and more.”
Forgers, are you looking forward to seeing the level designing suite arrive on PC? Let us know in the comments or over in the forums.
That's right, you can show your love for the all-in-one console with an all-in-one outfit!
If you would like to see a few more images, then - much like the Xbox Onesie - we've got you covered:
Will you be picking up this fantastic piece of leisure wear? Come and brag about it in the forums or leave a comment below.
PS Now’s library of over 400 games will soon be available on PC, Sony announced today.
No release date was confirmed, with Sony only stating that the app will be launched “overseas in parts of Europe soon and will come to North America shortly thereafter”.
Mac support for PS Now is supposedly being "evaluated" by Sony, but there is "nothing to announce at this time".
Sony also revealed a DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adaptor, which will allow the PS4 controller to be connected wirelessly to a PC or Mac.
The adaptor will retail for $24.99 and launches early September. There’s no UK or European pricing just yet, but expect a similar figure to the one announced.
Are you looking forward to seeing PS Now on PC? Let us know in the comments or over in the forums.
Bigmoon Entertainment today released new trailers for two of their upcoming titles, Demons Age and Syndrome.
As you travel the land, you'll discover the relation between the demons and the mysterious sect that is trying to awaken the Lord of Darkness.
Check out the trailer below:
Syndrome is a first person survival horror game set in space. Upon waking, the protagonist finds that most of the ship's crew are dead. Most...
With weapons and ammo in short supply, a stealthy approach is necessary to deal with the deformed monsters that now lurk in the shadows.
Players will have to explore the desolate ship to uncover the details about the fate of the crew and, ultimately, find a way to escape.
Take a glance the trailer below:
Both titles will be available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. There's no solid release dates just yet, but we'll keep you updated.
Any of these interest you? Let us know in the forums or comment below.
Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Werewolves Within, and Eagle Flight will all be coming to PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive this year.
Here's the E3 trailer again:
Star Trek: Bridge Crew launches 29 November on all three VR platforms.
Eagle Flight allows players to soar around the skies of Paris and its iconic landmarks. There's a single player mode and a competitive multiplayer mode, Capture the Prey.
Eagle Flight hits Oculus Rift on 18 October, PSVR on 8 November and HTC Vive on 20 December.
Werewolves Within is set in the village of Gallowston, where the locals have been terrorised by werewolves.
As one of the five to eight players, you will be tasked with finding out which one of your fellow villagers is really a werewolf. Or - if it happens to be you - trying to convince everyone to condemn another member of your party.
Here's the reveal trailer:
Werewolves Within will release on all major VR platforms 6 December.
As a bonus, Trackmania Turbo will receive a free patch on 8 November to allow for VR play.
Excited about Ubisoft's VR line-up? Let us know in the forums or comments below.