Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, a massive expansion coming to #MHWorld
for Xbox One worldwide on September 6th, 2019.
A brand new story unfolds as new monsters, quests and abilities come to Monster Hunter: World! The Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion will be available as a digital upgrade for existing players, and on September 6th the Master Edition will be launched, including both Monster Hunter: World and Monster Hunter World: Iceborne.
The content-rich Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will feature new quest ranks, locales, monsters, moves and gear in addition to a full narrative experience that continues on from the ending of Monster Hunter: World. The Monster Hunter: World base game is required for the expansion and is currently available across consoles and PC.
Take a look at the first gameplay trailer for Iceborne:
E3 has become one of the biggest days of the year for gamers, with all of the major publishers showcasing their upcoming creations. This year, the E3 festivities get underway on June 7 with EA Play, which runs until June 9.
The all-important press conferences take place on June 9 and June 10, and then E3 itself starts on June 11 and carries on until June 13. Some have been discouraged by the number of companies who won't be attending E3, but it appears to have paved the way for Xbox and Microsoft to dominate the show even more so than initially expected.
On Sunday, June 9, from 16:00 ET, the Xbox E3 presentation will commence. The highly anticipated showcase is expected to divulge key information concerning the console's biggest upcoming exclusive games, including Halo Infinite. It's a tremendous gaming franchise which is sure to set Xbox up as the champion of E3 2019 in the eyes of gamers, but how do the other platforms compare?
Xbox going big in 2019
The Xbox One has been noted as somewhat lacking in exclusive games compared to the likes of the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, but that perception could very well be changed at E3 2019. The biggest name on the sheet so far is, undoubtedly, Halo Infinite. Teased at E3 last year, Infinite will see the return of the Master Chief in a brand new game developed by 343 Industries with the state-of-the-art Slipspace Engine. Fans of the legendary franchise are very excited for this game, and the hope is that a release date and some gameplay footage will be revealed. It is one of the few new games confirmed to be showcased at E3 so far.
But Halo Infinite isn't the only much-loved title set to be unveiled by Xbox at E3. Along with a Forza Motorsport 8, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Phoenix Point, Battletoads, and possibly a long-awaited Fable game rumored for E3, Gears 5 is almost guaranteed to be shown and create a huge buzz. Following Kait Diaz, the fifth game in the mighty Xbox franchise is set to recapture everything that made the early games great while developers The Coalition have also made an effort to evolve the franchise with some new mechanics.
PlayStation backs out of E3
Xbox's primary home console competitor has decided to back out of E3 this year, citing that Sony is exploring new ways to engage with their audience throughout the year. What this has resulted in is a couple of Nintendo Direct-style videos called "State of Play" which have detailed a few new games set for release this year. The PlayStation's only major triple-A release has been Days Gone this year. While Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us Part II, WiLD, and Death Stranding are in the works, the lack of information regarding release windows, let alone release dates, hints to most of them being 2020 titles.
Mobile games with have a showing
The ever-prevailing fact of the games industry is that mobile gaming is a major player. These hugely available, "lite" games earn close to half of the industry's total revenue, so it makes sense that more are being unveiled and advertised at major events like E3. There's very little doubt that some new mobile games will be shown this year with Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Blades set to be among the new mobile games shown. Hopefully, Bethesda learns from Diablo's Blizzcon stage last year, don't hype-up their showing to be about the highly-anticipated Elder Scrolls VI, but then just present the mobile game.
Online casino games continue to grow
The online gaming platform of online casinos continues to grow in popularity all over the world. It has come to the point where developers host extravagant launch parties for their most anticipated games at launch, despite there being so many new games released each week. While all eyes are on the world of gaming as E3 nears, online slot developers have been keen to release their best new casino games like Trigger Happy, Seven Stripes, Fire Dragon, and The Mariachi 5 to make the most of the gaming hype that's swirling around right now. While Seven Stripes is a progressive jackpot game, the medium-to-high volatility of Trigger Happy and The Mariachi 5 are to capture the audiences as we close in on E3.
Switch continues to lean into its uniqueness
The Nintendo Switch opted into a huge task of competing on the mobile and handheld front and the home console front due to its hybrid form and the selection of games that it creates. But hats off to Nintendo; they've embraced the uniqueness of the console to offer the best of both worlds. At E3 2019, Nintendo will show a pre-filmed video, a Nintendo Direct, to show fans what's to come. The Switch will be Xbox's biggest competitor to be deemed "best in show," with the likes of the recently showcased Super Mario Maker 2 as well as Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, Fire Emblem, Animal Crossing, Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield, and Dragon Quest XI S set to titillate the crowd.
It's an exciting time to be a gamer, particularly if you own an Xbox. While the Nintendo Switch will be coming in hot, the range of highly-anticipated titles on the Xbox One should make Microsoft the bell of the ball at E3 2019.
The Young Justice animated series level and character DLC for LEGODC Super-Villains: Young Justice Animated Series is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC.
The downloadable pack, available for £2.49, adds new content inspired by hit animated series ‘Young Justice’, where teenage DC Super Heroes attempt to save the world as part of ‘the Team’ – a group assigned to undertake covert operations on behalf of the Justice League. Inspired by the show, players must defeat the villainous enemy team known as ‘The Light’ while playing as Super Hero characters in Young Justice including Kid Flash, Aqualad, Artemis (Tigress), Miss Martian,SuperBoy and a new villain to fight and unlock, Black Beetle.
Kid Flash plays a key role in the new level and is the youthful alias of Wally West who initially adopted the name after being struck by lightning like his uncle, The Flash. Kid Flash has superhuman speed and served as a sidekick to The Flash. His first appearance was during the second season of Young Justice.
The son of villain Black Manta, Aqualad, uses his powers of hydrokinesis, super-strength, and invulnerability, alongside his ability to survive underwater. In the animated series, Aqualad helped and befriended Aquaman, who then offered Aqualad the opportunity to become his protégé and serve as a Super Hero for the Team during the first season of Young Justice.
As a master archer, Artemis (Tigress) is skilled with a compound bow and the former protégé of Super Hero, Green Arrow. She was recruited by Batman and Green Arrow to join the Team during the first season of Young Justice. Though her real name is Artemis, she also operates under a secret villain alias and appearance known as Tigress.
The Dragon's Lair Trilogy includes all three arcade classics! Dragon's Lair, Space Ace and Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp.
In Dragon's Lair, you play the heroic Dirk the Daring, a valiant knight on a quest to rescue the fair princess from the clutches of an evil dragon!
Space Ace will have you take control of Ace - Defender of justice, truth, and the planet Earth! Ace is being attacked by the evil Commander Borf. Struggle with Dexter to regain his manhood. Destroy the Infanto-Ray. Defeat the evil Borf! Be valiant space warrior, the fate of Earth is in your hands!
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp once again has you leading Dirk on a perilous quest! Spirited away to a wrinkle in time by the evil wizard Mordroc, Princess Daphne will be forced to marry the wicked Mordroc unless Dirk can save her. Once the casket of doom has opened, Mordroc will place the death ring upon Daphne's finger in marriage, and she will be lost forever in the Time Warp.
Developed by Digital Leisures Inc., Dragon's Lair Trilogy will be available on May 18, 2019 for $19.99. The game includes 12 Xbox achievements worth 1000 gamer score. Check out the complete list of achievements for Dragon's Lair Trilogy here.
Ubisoft announced that Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the next instalment in the Ghost Recon franchise, will be available from October 4th 2019 on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Pre-order now for guaranteed beta access and the Sentinel Corp. Pack.
After successfully rebooting the Ghost Recon formula with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, Ubisoft Paris has created an entirely new adventure, putting players back in the boots of the Ghosts, an Elite US Special Operations Unit, but this time they are stranded behind enemy lines, facing their toughest enemy to date.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a military shooter set in a diverse and hostile open world. The game will be playable solo or in up to four-player co-op. Players will discover Auroa, a mysterious island where the most technically advanced facilities meet wild and untamed nature. Home to tech giant, Skell Technology, Auroa has fallen into the wrong hands and all contact has been lost.
The Wolves, a lethal ex-US Military unit of former Ghosts gone rogue, have taken over the island. Led by Nomad's ex-brother-in-arms, Lt. Colonel Cole D. Walker, portrayed by Jon Bernthal, they have reprogrammed Skell's drones into killing machines and are ready to use them, no matter the casualties. Nomad and the Ghosts are sent in on a recon mission, but their helicopters are shot down. Injured, without support, and hunted down, players will live an intense military experience as they fight to survive, take down the Wolves and regain control of Auroa.
Steep slopes, accumulating injuries, and fatigue are new challenges for players to tackle as they test their survival skills in the varied terrains of Auroa. To overcome adversity, players will enjoy total freedom to accomplish their missions and have plenty of tactical options and tools at their disposal, including a set of new military features. They will be able to carry enemies and teammates' bodies, blend into their environment with prone camo and set up camp with teammates in the bivouac to manage equipment, change classes, and fine-tune their strategies.
They will also be able to choose among thousands of customization combinations to create their perfect Ghost, and keep their character and progression through the game, in both the main campaign and Player-versus-Player (PvP), available at launch.
For more information on the game and to take a look at the first Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint trailer head on over to XBOXONE-HQ.COM!
Gaijin Entertainment today announced that War Thunder will soon unleash the might of the Japanese Navy as the games fifth Naval Forces vehicle tree. Beta-testing of the initial lineup of the Japanese ships will start at the end of May, with the release of War Thunder's next major Content Update 1.89.
The initial batch of Japanese ships will encompass more than 20 ships, ranging from torpedo and gunboats to destroyers and cruisers. Many of those were active participants in some of the biggest battles of World War II. This includes the light cruiser Agana, which evacuated Japanese forces from Guadalcanal, and the destroyer Yugumo, which escorted Admiral Nagumo's strike force against Midway and was sunk during the battles around the Solomon Islands. While the majority of the ships belong to the Imperial Japanese Navy, the game will also see the addition of modern ships of the post-war Japanese Self-Defense Marine Forces, including the PT-15, which was the last torpedo boat to serve in the Japanese Navy.
The oxygen-propelled Type 93 torpedoes, which were used by Japanese destroyers and cruisers of World War II, were the most advanced torpedoes of their time and featured excellent hitting power, range and speed. After the war, they were referred to by most historians as the Japanese "Long Lance". All players of War Thunder will be able to get their history lesson on that subject very soon, as - true to War Thunder's realistic approach - both the design and capabilities of the Japanese Navy were recreated as authentically as possible. The Yugumo, for example, is equipped with eight torpedo tubes in two traversable quad-turrets mounted at the center of the ship, allowing the player to launch these devastating weapons to both sides.