An exciting summer of video game news is right around the corner with the Summer Game Fest and Xbox Games Showcase, long-awaited DLC for a beloved Star Wars The game has an unfortunate update, and another Insomniac game is scheduled to release on PC. Today, Game Rant’s weekly roundup takes a look at some of the most notable headlines from the past week.
Silent HillNewest efforts are coming to light, more details are leaking about the enigmatic Final Fantasy 7 Rebirthand street fighter 6 seems to be ticking all the right boxes for fans of Street Fighter and fighting games alike. All that and more in this week’s roundup of gaming industry news.
Fable Teased for Next Weekend’s Xbox Games Showcase
This month’s Xbox Games Showcase could be a standout event for undermarketed first-party IPs if the recent teases and announcements are anything to go by, particularly given the fact that Fable I just got an explicit sneak peek for Xbox Games Showcase and new details about it can now be expected there.
Silent Hill: Ascension Characters Revealed In New Cinematic Trailer
Silent Hill: Ascension it’s easily the most enigmatic and intriguing entry in the franchise’s new renaissance. Few concrete details are yet known that this is a fan-influenced series, but Silent Hill: AscensionThe new cinematic trailer for gives a look at the characters that fans will have an effect on.
Star Wars: KOTOR 2’s Cut Content DLC for Switch Canceled
Star Wars: KOTOR has always been revered as an amazing BioWare RPG, but its sequel hasn’t always met the same quality standard for many reasons. On Switch, one of the reasons for purchase KOTOR 2: The Sith Lords, for example, it was for a DLC that was promised to appear for a long time. Unfortunately, COTOR 2The Cut Content DLC was ultimately cancelled, though fans are given some solace with the ability to receive some free content. Star Wars game key with proof of purchase.
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is coming to PC this summer
It’s no longer a monumental surprise when PlayStation-exclusive games come to PC. Still, some may be a bigger surprise than others. Insomniac Games has brought its Marvel’s Spider-Man franchise to PC, for example, and joining that cross-platform family is fitting Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart Coming to PC on July 26.
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth teases a much broader scope
Like any fan of the original. final fantasy 7 You can already estimate, the second part of Square Enix’s remake will need to expand its scale drastically to meet the expectations that players have when they leave Midgar. According to game director Naoki Hamaguchi, those concerns will be allayed perhaps not with a perceptible open world, but with a “high degree of freedom” that allows Final Fantasy 7 RebirthThe map opens up much more.
It’s an exciting time to be a fan of video games as PlayStation Showcase has already aired, while Summer Game Fest and Xbox Games Showcase are just around the corner. Thus, it opens up plenty of opportunities for highly anticipated titles to be shown, including the elusive Hollow Knight: Silksong. It will be interesting to see which exhibits top the others, and hopefully each one was able to bring something phenomenal to the table for fans to look forward to.
Movies and TV
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is out now, and in celebration of all that makes it unique as a sequel, it might be fun to take a look back at what it did Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse as special as an original delivery.
devil 4 doesn’t have its full official release until next week, but many fans are already well underway on their epic adventure through Sanctuary thanks to early access through certain editions of the game. For those eager to get involved or those already deep in their journey, it might be in the interest of fans to get an idea of preferable PvP setups.
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street fighter 6 leaves its stamp as one of many big-name fighting game releases this year, capping off the franchise with improvements over its predecessor while introducing new modes and features to uniquely distinguish its identity.
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