Today, Ubisoft announced that Immortals Fenyx Rising – The Lost Gods, the final narrative DLC, is now available. Additionally, players who haven’t had a chance to try Immortals Fenyx Rising can get a taste of its climbing, gliding and aerial melee combat with the free demo, available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Stadia and PC.
Immortals Fenyx Rising – The Lost Gods, featuring a unique top-down experience and brawler-style combat, returns to Fenyx’s story and their new life as a god. When disaster strikes the mortal world, Fenyx chooses a new hero to restore balance on Earth and reunite the lost gods. Players explore Pyrite Island as Ash, an enthusiastic mortal tasked with convincing Poseidon, Hades and other gods to return to the Pantheon.
In this final post-launch adventure, players will be introduced to new gods and monsters, discover new regions full of challenges and secrets, and take on new enemies. As part of a new progression system, players will also have access to upgrades, specialized bonuses, and unique fighting styles, in addition to two brand-new abilities:
To access Immortals Fenyx Rising – The Lost Gods, players can purchase the Season Pass for $49.99 USD, which includes immediate access to all three post-launch DLC packs. Immortals Fenyx Rising – The Lost Gods can also be purchased separately for $19.99 US.
The game’s free demo sends Fenyx on a quest to discover the mysterious secret of the cyclops. Set in an archipelago built exclusively for the demo and inspired by Aphrodite’s region of the game, the demo features a mix of combat, exploration and puzzles designed to get players primed for the full experience.
Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season Three launches today with the most ambitious free content offering in Call of Duty history. Season Three marks a celebration for Call of Duty: Warzone, which has crossed 100 million players since its launch last year. The free-to-play, free-for-everyone battle royale experience receives its biggest transformation yet, travelling back to 1984 and the Cold War.
The new Warzone features massive changes, including new and reimagined locations, new gameplay options and optimizations across the entire map as nearly every building, surface and object has been touched to provide a more seamless gameplay experience. Across Black Ops Cold War, throughout Season Three players will experience new multiplayer maps and modes, the next chapter of Call of Duty Zombies in Outbreak and a host of new gear to use in the battles ahead. This is just the beginning with more content, events and surprises to come this season and beyond.
Today, Square Enix announced that the Tachyon Anomaly event for Marvel’s Avengers has gone live. First revealed one month ago at Square Enix Presents, the Tachyon Anomaly Event includes a variety of activities, including a new opportunity for players to form teams online with more than one of the same Super Hero in any mission, starting today and running until May 3rd.
The world is reeling as AIM’s tampering with time has led to periodic Tachyon Anomalies. During these events, Avengers from different timelines can converge in a single location and take on threats together, allowing players to form teams of more than one of the same Super Hero online. Players can also matchmake into teams that contain the same Heroes, leading to new team compositions.
During the two weeks of the event, players that complete any Temporal Assault missions will receive an exclusive animated Temporal Assault Nameplate usable with any Super Hero as a reward. Completing additional Temporal Assault missions rewards players with Priority Set pieces for high-level Heroes.
The Tachyon Anomaly event also makes Tachyon Rift missions accessible to Heroes who are Power Level 1-100, allowing all players to experience them. A new Tachyon Rift mission, “And We’re Back,” is available on the War Table starting with this event, giving players more missions of that type to run.
Owlcat Games today announced that the second beta for its classic isometric CRPG, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, will be available to backers who contributed to the title’s Kickstarter or Slacker Backer campaigns in the relevant tiers on May 5th via Steam. Fans who had access to the game’s first beta may simply update their file to participate in the second beta. This last playable version of the game before launch will comprise all content included in the first beta and new content like Crusade gameplay, never-before-seen side quests, a talking weapon companion, the final in-game UI design, and more. Further details will be shared when Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous’ second beta launches.
Today, Microsoft announced that 13 Electronic Arts titles, all available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members via EA Play, are receiving updates to enable FPS Boost on Xbox Series X|S with support up to 120hz. These new FPS Boost games include:
Support for 120hz:
Support for 60hz:
Today, Experiment 101 and THQ Nordic want to give you some insight into the world of Biomutant with a new trailer ahead of the game’s release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on May 25th.
To celebrate the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone Season Three, a number of Warzone super fans across the worlds of hip-hop, gaming and professional sports, including AJ Tracey, Dennis Schroder, Druski, Gunna, Jack Grealish, Jack Harlow, Michelle Viscusi, Mookie Betts, Nadeshot, Owner of CDL Team LA Thieves, Rocky No Hands, Saweetie, Swae Lee and Young Thug have come together with music video director Gibson Hazard in a new campaign called “Squad up the World”.
Bandai Namco today announced that Tales of Arise will arrive September 10th for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. Tales of Arise marks the latest entry in the Tales of brand, which has spanned over 25 years, and the next evolution for the JRPG franchise. Players who purchase Tales of Arise for PlayStation 4 will be eligible for a free upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version. Tales of Arise for Xbox players will come in a Cross-Generational Double Pack. More details about the upgrade process will be available soon.
Frontier Developments announced today that Elite Dangerous: Odyssey releases on May 19th for PC via Steam, the Epic Games Store and FrontierStore.net.
Odyssey constitutes the most ambitious Elite Dangerous expansion to date, delivering on the promise of allowing Commanders to explore atmospheric planets on foot for the first time, taking on new missions, and engaging in tactical combat, expanding Elite Dangerous’ gameplay from the cockpit experience players have come to know over the last seven years.
Milestone and Dorna Sports today announced the release of MotoGP 21, the next chapter of the two-wheeled racing simulation games that are ready to arrive on next-generation consoles. The game is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store.