The Project CARS 3 (@ProjectCarsGame) “Power Pack” DLC is now available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC as part of the Project CARS 3 Season Pass and as a standalone purchase.
Project CARS 3's “Power Pack” DLC brings three legendary Japanese icons to the racing game: The 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-Apex (AE86), the Nissan Silvia S15 Spec-R Aero, and the Nissan 370Z. In addition, the 2021 Nissan Z Proto will make its much-anticipated first appearance in a video game. All four cars also come with their unique Race Conversion kits.
Get into sideways action with 4 epic Japanese rides soaked in tradition & legacy. Race the 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex, 2002 Nissan Silvia Spec R Aero, 2020 Nissan 370Z, & the 2021 Nissan Z Proto before anyone else.
Let's take a look at the official trailer:
The “Power Pack” also brings a new free track for all players, the Lake Valley Speedway, located in Utah, USA, with 4 unique layouts.
The “Power Pack” cars:
1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-Apex (AE86) + Race Conversion Kit
The “Power Pack” is the third of four content packs coming to Project CARS 3. The “Legends Pack” and the “Style Pack” are already available, and the final pack, “Electric Pack”, will be released in Spring 2021, adding new cars and unique customization items. Each pack also features one free track available for all Project CARS 3 players.
Project CARS 3: Power Pack is out now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Inspired by the award-winning board game franchise, Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace is an investigation game served with turn-based combat, set in the haunted worlds of H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos. Plunge into an original story written by Fantasy Flight Interactive’s official writers and explore the American Roaring Twenties. Find clues, perform interrogations and progress through nine chapters as the story unfolds. Your investigation will take you to visit shadowed institutions and mysterious locales, ranging from Miskatonic University, the Arkham Asylum, and the bayous of Louisiana. As you face off against Lovecraftian horrors, your investigators will descend deeper into the depths of madness, affecting their level of sanity and causing traumas that will impact the course of your investigation. Care about your sanity and make the right choices … the Ancient Ones are preparing their return.
Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace is available for digital pre-order and pre-download on the Microsoft Store today. Pre-order now and be prepared to dive into the narrative-drive tactical RPG base on the award-winning Lovecraftian board game.
Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace is set to be released on March 23rd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC (Steam/Win10).
8-bit pixelated roguelike Cave Bad is now available for digital download on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles. Embark on a new roguelike adventure starring Oratio the Dwarf!
Pick up your pickaxe and plenty of bombs as you set forth into treacherous dungeons in pixelated 8-bit style! Set in the same universe as Pity Pit, Cave Bad sees Oratio the Dwarf return for more action-packed exploration, this time dealing with demons from a top-down perspective and using every tool at his disposal against the demons of the underground. This roguelike adventure combines inspirations from genre classics with procedural generation to keep every run fresh and unpredictable. Take down baddies with melee attacks or lay bombs strategically. Solve puzzles, collect items, purchase new gear and push your limits to reach even higher scores!
Cave Bad is available to download on the Microsoft Store for $4.99, €4.99, £4.19, AU$7.45. Be one of the first to buy Cave Bad and get 20% off for a limited time!
SOEDESCO has announced that the physical edition of Kaze and the Wild Masks has been postponed until May 25th, with the digital release still on track to release on March 26th.
The physical edition for Kaze and the Wild Masks on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch has been postponed until May 25, 2021. The 90s classics inspired platformer remains on schedule for a digital release on March 26, 2021 for the above-mentioned platforms plus Steam and Stadia. The current market has brought challenges in production and logistics, which have prompted SOEDESCO to reschedule the physical edition to a later date. By launching the physical edition in May, SOEDESCO ensures that everyone worldwide is able to get their copy at the same time.
Inspired by the greatest hits of the 90s, Kaze and the Wild Masks is a platformer which reproduces the enjoyable experience of playing the classics. Bounce off enemy heads, take on challenges and uncover secrets as Kaze takes you on a journey through the best elements of your childhood favorites.
The physical edition of Kaze and the Wild Masks’ will be released on May 25. The digital edition remains on schedule for a release on March 26.
For more information on the game, browse through our extensive coverage via The Xbox Hub!
As the newest offerings from both Sony and Microsoft continue to carve their own path forward and capture their own portion of the market, questions around which will push either forward continue to be asked – one of the big features is certainly for contention here, with the PS5 pushing forward with its own PSVR2 platform, many fans are asking whether or not the Xbox will be primed for VR support which it is currently missing, or if a continued delay will be had until big features become available.
For some, the answer is already seemingly a not just yet – the Xbox lead has stated a number of times through interviews that whilst Microsoft is invested in exploring the virtual reality space, at its current there seems little reason to invest in developing options on the console as adoption rates amongst console users as a whole are quite low, and it’s hard to disagree – the number of games releases on different platforms in the VR space isn’t all that high, and whilst there are some that have been able to capture a great experience through the introduction, particularly amongst the simpler genres looking to replicate an offline experience like the big jackpot sites as users benefit from a jackpot joy code, but for something more complex like an FPS or MOBA that are leading the gaming industry currently, there’s still quite the gap.
The other issue certainly comes in at cost, too, as whilst VR as a whole has become much cheaper over the past few years there’s still quite a large price tag attached to the bigger names. Efforts have certainly been made to bring the overall cost of consoles down, but the cost of games has gone up a little, and it may be much harder to justify a price tag of a few hundred dollars extra on top for a VR system that has little game offering.
Whilst it may be enough to sway the decision of some, there will certainly remain the staunch defenders of either platform with or without big new features like VR, and with the consoles only recently releasing this past holiday period and the longer life cycles they typically go through there’s still plenty of time for change – the Xbox could certainly find VR support a little further down the line if things move forward quickly, or it could turn out all of the investment from Sony falls short as VR continues to stumble and finds difficulty taking off at all.
Monster Jam Steel Titans Power Out Bundle, a new bundle containing all three DLC truck packs for the original Steel Titans plus early access to Steel Titans 2, is now available for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
Only the Power Out Edition includes both Steel Titans games PLUS 24h Early Access to Steel Titans 2 PLUS the exclusive Inverse Higher Education truck. All three DLC truck packs for the original Steel Titans also included. All at a special bundle discount.
The Monster Jam Steel Titans Power Out Bundle is available today on the Microsoft Store for $59.99, €59.99, £53.74, AU$97.45.
Team17 Showcases A Smorgabord Of Upcoming Games Team17 shone a spotlight on a number of titles at the Future Games Show’s Spring Showcase this evening, with the first ‘Team17 Presents…’ showreel of the year featuring nine titles for players to enjo..