Today, at EA Play, Electronic Arts announced that NBA Live 19 will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 7th. NBA Live 19 will once again allow players to be The One and forge their own path as one of the best high school players in the nation chasing the dream to become an all-time basketball icon. Players can’t do it alone though, as this year’s game will challenge them to travel the globe building a squad composed of some of the world’s greatest players.
NBA Live 19 will bring numerous new features and enhancements to the hardwood. Players will be invited to take their game around the world, facing opponents on new courts in Paris, Brazil and the Philippines, with each court and tournament offering unique rules and challenges specific to those courts. NBA Live 19 also marks the introduction of Real Player Motion Tech into the franchise, introducing thousands of new animations and smoother gameplay than ever before. The game offers more choices for clothes, shoes and gear, and a new progression-system modeled after some of the sport’s greatest icons.
Today, at EA Play, Electronic Art) revealed that Anthem, the brand-new IP from BioWare, will launch on February 22nd for Origin for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Anthem is a social, connected Action-RPG with cooperative multiplayer at its heart. Players customize an array of powered Javelin exosuits and team up to face a dangerous and ever-changing world through exploration and combat.
Players are now able to pre-order the game. Those who do will receive VIP demo access and a unique in-game Founders banner. Those who pre-order the Anthem standard edition will also receive a legendary weapon and the Legion of Dawn Armor Pack for the Ranger Javelin as part of their pre-order content. In addition, those who purchase the Legion of Dawn Edition of Anthem for pre-order or after launch will also receive the full set of Legion of Dawn Armor Packs (including the Ranger Javelin Legion of Dawn Armor Pack), a Ranger Javelin gear attachment, the digital soundtrack and more.
Coldwood and Electronic Arts, at EA Play in Los Angeles today, for the first time ever, instantly revealed and launched Unravel Two. The new single player and co-op puzzle platformer builds off of the original game and centers on the bond between two Yarnys, which can be played as a single player or local co-op drop-in/drop-out experience, available beginning today. The two Yarnys will need to support one another as they work through tricky trials and traverse between natural landscapes and urban environments, with the surroundings blossoming into new life as they embark on an adventure together.
Unravel Two is now available for $19.99 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Origin for PC. EA Access and Origin Access members can play the beginning of Unravel Two, starting today.
Its 199 CE, the events of the Three Kingdoms era are well underway. Lu Bu sits in Xiapi, isolated, and the legendary commander Cao Cao sees an opportunity to strike and take Lü Bu down before his strength becomes too great. Watch the action unfold in the first gameplay reveal of Total War: Three Kingdoms.
Good Shepherd Entertainment and indie developer CreativeForge Games have released a new story and gameplay trailer for Phantom Doctrine, the turn-based tactical Cold War espionage game coming to PC and two new platforms confirmed today: the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Bandai Namco today announced the psychological thriller Twin Mirror, officially marking the publisher’s first foray into the narrative adventure genre. Twin Mirror is slated to release in 2019 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
Developed by DONTNOD Entertainment, the studio behind Life is Strange, Twin Mirror showcases a player-driven experience featuring a malleable narrative that chronicles the journey of a tormented hero who must walk a tightrope between the harsh realities of the film noir-esque Basswood, West Virginia and its dark secrets, and his own personal struggle.
Bigben and Kylotonn Racing Games are presenting two of V-Rally 4’s five disciplines in a new trailer: V-Rally Cross and Buggy. V-Rally 4 will be available in September on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game will also be available on Nintendo Switch at a later date.
Kalypso Media today announce the next stop on Railway Empire’s never-ending quest for entrepreneurial domination. In Railway Empire: Mexico, ambitious rail tycoons everywhere will finally break free from the North American border and expand their business to the landscapes of Mexico. A variety of new missions will take you from the arid northern regions of the country all the way to the dense jungles of the south, as you strive to boost Mexico’s economy in a new scenario taking place from 1873-1893. The new map will be playable in both Free Game and Sandbox modes, while a range of new cities, goods and engines add even more opportunity for economic expansion.
As well as the new content, the DLC also introduces a new night mode, allowing players to switch between day and night whenever they wish for an all-new atmospheric take on the game. Railway Empire: Mexico is available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One now for $7.99.
Adult Swim Games and indie developer Rekim today announced that Pool Panic, the world’s least realistic pool simulator, will launch on Nintendo Switch through the Nintendo eShop and PC via Steam on July 19th.
Starbreeze, Skybound Entertainment and 505 Games have released the final cinematic character trailer for Overkill’s The Walking Dead. This newest video reveals Heather, a hardened scout who rounds out your squad as the fourth playable hero. A kindergarten teacher in her old life, Heather has had to learn the hard way that the difference between right and wrong isn’t so clear in a world where humanity struggles to survive against the undead.
Overkill’s The Walking Dead is expected to launch this fall on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.