Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Naughty Dog to Shutdown Last of Us and Uncharted PS3 Online Server

Multiplayer servers of PS3 games like Last of Us and Uncharted will be taken down by Naughty Dog later this year.

Santa Monica based video game developer studio Naughty Dog has been around industry for more than three decades and launched a couple of successful franchise over time for PlayStation platform that became fan-favorite.

As all good things come to an end, they have announced this Wednesday, to take down online multiplayer servers for some of their prominent PlayStation 3 games after serving for nearly 10 years on their official developer Blog.

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Naughty Dog to Shutdown Last of Us and Uncharted PS3 Online Server

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Games that are included in the list are Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, The Last of Us and The Last of Us: Left Behind for PS3 consoles but you need not to worry about enjoying story mode though.

Naughty Dog has decided to offer free download for all multiplayer DLC of aforementioned games including every gameplay and vanity items until they are going offline later this year to say thanks to their dedicated fan community.

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Both Uncharted 2 and 3 are top tier games for enjoying in multiplayer, deserving of getting another shot. The Last of Us is simply a masterpiece and unparallel in uniqueness that comes with a must-play prequel story titled Left Behind.

Of course shutdown is not immediate and Naughty Dog servers will be active until September 3, 2019, which gives players enough time to plug in their consoles and say goodbye to Ellie, Joel and Nathan Drake on PS3 before it all goes down.

Persona 5: The Royal Introduces Kasumi Yoshizawa

Newest Phantom Thief member, Yoshizawa Kasumi is introduced in brand-new Persona 5: The Royal trailer.

To deliver an enhanced port version of their critically acclaimed role-playing game Persona 5 from 2016, developer/publisher Atlus has come up with upcoming Persona 5: The Royal and announced it for PlayStation 4 as an exclusive title.

Other than revealing little details about P5R, a mysterious female playable character is teased through an animated trailer. Today, a brand-new video introduces her as Yoshizawa Kasumi, new member of "Phantom Thieves".

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Persona 5: The Royal Introduces Kasumi Yoshizawa

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Atlus gives a brief introduction to Kasumi in their RPG world of Persona 5 and she embraces it like a champ.




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In opening shot of the trailer, she walks in wearing her Phantom Thief costume and kicks off a rapier-like sword into her grab. In next scene, she is in her student outfit and goes to a batting cage for practice with no luck so far.

Throughout her day-time activities of visiting gift shops to see a friend or stopping at a café to have a meal, she seems to be a socially awkward misfit. Of course, none of that makes this red-haired girl any less likable and makes her the next best girl.

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Phantom Thief Kasumi

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Then we get to see her in combat following her awakening, where she is joined by her Persona, Cendrillon. Seconds into battle, she launches her All-Out Attack move, which involves ribbon wand and is called "Beauty is Devotion".

Persona 5: The Royal is scheduled to release on October 31, 2019 for Japan and on 2020 in Western regions. Aside from newly added features, P5R would include another new character Takuto Maruki, new plot and support for PlayStation 4 Pro.

Diablo: Hellfire Expansion Free on GOG

GOG includes unofficial expansion pack Hellfire for action RPG game Diablo as free update for owners of base game.

Back in March, developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment partnered up with CD Projekt's digital distribution platform GOG.com for digitally selling PC version of their massively popular action role-playing game Diablo from 1996.

Fast forward to June 2019, GOG is offering its customers an expansion pack, Hellfire as a free add-on for anyone who already purchased a copy. It was developed by Synergistic Software in 1997 but never carried Blizzard's seal of approval.

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Diablo: Hellfire Expansion Free on GOG

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Even though an unofficial expansion, Hellfire still appealed to players of this fan-favorite hack and slash classic title. It was re-released later in 1998 that came out in a bundle with original dungeon crawler and titled Diablo + Hellfire.

Hellfire explores a distinct single-player campaign in a non-canonical setting, which would send player back to Tristram to face off a demon named Na-Krul. For very first time, it included a Monk class, aside from new dungeons, items and weapons.

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Due to increasing fan demand, Blizzard has allowed GOG the permission needed to include it through a free update. Diablo: Hellfire obviously comes with essential bug fixes, high-resolution support and system compatibility update for Windows 10.

Though Diablo originally sold on GOG for $9.99 only, you can simply bag it to your collection in a 10% off right now on their Summer Sale Festival and get it for a great price of just $8.99 with Hellfire expansion tagged along for free.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Watch Dogs: Legion Confirmed

Ubisoft took Twitter to announce confirmation for Watch Dogs: Legion after Amazon listing leak and will reveal at E3 2019.

After an accidental leak from Amazon UK product listing has revealed existence of next game from Watch Dogs action-adventure series to be Watch Dogs: Legion, it was eventually confirmed by developer/published Ubisoft on Twitter.

Not only have they officially confirmed newest release from their open-world franchise is in works but has also stated to show up at E3 2019, most likely for a worldwide reveal trailer launch with new trailer and some key-details.

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Watch Dogs: Legion Confirmed

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Ubisoft simply posted a brief video of a glitchy red WD logo showing up and confirmation for E3 showcase on Twitter.



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Following the leak going public on social media, they officially came out with Legion within next 24 hour. It was not a huge surprise for people because rumors of a third game from Watch Dogs series has been circling around for some time now.

WDL will be set in a post-Brexit, dystopian version of London that saw a massive shift in society because of change in politics and technology. What they are eyeing for here is probably a sensitive issue like mass surveillance and that makes sense.

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For a new age of cyber crime spree to spread chaos across the UK capital next, Ubisoft will build up a highly detailed London city for Legion like they previously did with Chicago and San Francisco in past installments of WD franchise.

Although we already know that player would be able to play as any NPC if they want to, some mysteries are still there. This cryptic line from publisher Tweet, "God Save the NPCs." may hint at victimization of in-game NPCs like never before.

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We did not learn much other than a title confirmation and an upcoming reveal over at E3 from this Twitter reveal but it was a decent move by the studio to simply assure fans what they have been hyping and speculating all along for a while.

It would really be interesting to see how Ubisoft is going to make Watch Dogs: Legion stand apart among so many free-roaming games set in open-world these days but many fans would probably be happy to get back to their favorite series once again.

PlayStation Now Adds Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor and More

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Valkyria Chronicles Remastered and more titles are added in June 2019 to Sony's game-streaming service PS Now.

On June 2019, PlayStation Now members are getting ten new games in an ever-expanding library of titles to stream. They are adding more exciting games each month to have their regular valued subscribers engaged and happy.

Sony Entertainment now has a varied and vast collection for their game-streaming service PS Now and over 300 of them are available to download on PC or PlayStation 4, which also includes a slew of titles from PS2 platform as well.

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PlayStation Now Adds Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor and More

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Leading its charge back to Mount Doom, a top pick for June turns out to be 2014 action-adventure game Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor from developer Monolith Productions and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

Set in an open-world, Middle-Earth lets you play as Ranger of Black Gate named Talion, who goes on a vengeful journey to forge his own legend. Shadow of Mordor features stealth combat and a unique Nemesis system gameplay mechanic.

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Uncover origins of Talion in a non-canon story of Tolkien universe through a story trailer titled "The Bright Lord".




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As for other remaining PS4 games, Anodyne, Danger Zone, Desert Child, I Am Bread, Inside My Radio, LEGO CITY Undercover, RIVE, Surgeon Simulator and Valkyria Chronicles Remastered has joined PS Now lineup for this month.

Right after it has been added to collection, superhero action-adventure game Batman: Arkham Knight from Rocksteady Studios becomes one of the most played PS Now games last month right after basketball simulation title NBA 2K18.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in May 2019

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Members were also busy mostly playing Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, For Honor, Mafia III, Mortal Kombat X, Payday 2: Crimewave Edition, Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution, Sniper Elite 4 and WWE 2K18 for past couple of month straight.

New sensations to join this race of being most favorite to subscribers are LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Saints Row IV: Re-Elected, two of them have just picked some traction lately.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Watch Dogs: Legion Leaked on Amazon

A recent leak from Amazon UK listing revealed next Watch Dogs game title that lets you play as NPC characters.

Up until now there were only rumors for the next game in Watch Dogs franchise existing as well as couple of hints here and there but thanks to an accidental product listing in advance by Amazon UK lately, that has been changed.

It appears that Watch Dogs: Legion is going to be upcoming open-world game from popular action-adventure series from developer/published Ubisoft and it also has some details about story settings and unique gameplay feature.

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Watch Dogs: Legion Leaked on Amazon

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An early rumor suggested that the game will be set in London and according to leaks; it seems to be accurate after all. Also, Legion seems to be a legit title given how this one has come out from several credible sources lately.

After exploring two major cities in U.S. like Chicago and San Francisco in two early releases of Watch Dogs series, moving over to a new location would most likely allow for Ubisoft to experiment with a lot of new stuff in hacker culture.

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Twitter user @Wario64 has posted a screenshot of the now-deleted listing, product description and a dead link to product page.



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Also check out Amazon listing description for Legion that was leaked because of retailer's mistake for key-details.

Play as anyone, Every individual you meet in the open world, has a full set of animations, voice over, character traits and visuals that are generated & guided by gameplay systems

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The game is set in a post-Brexit world where society has gone through a huge shift and players will be able to play as anyone. Depending on which NPC characters you are playing as, there might be variable different things to come across.

Developing such a system should give developers quite a pain and don't be surprised if they even delay it once. Ubisoft is definitely going for a more serious tone with WDL with a dystopian London that already has highest surveillance systems.

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Unofficial count says that there is currently a network of at least 1.85 millions security cameras installed throughout cities of U.K. with its politics is also changing right now and that makes the city a perfect playfield choice for Legion.

Since Watch Dogs: Legion was listed for PlayStation 4, we can safely assume that it would also launch on PC and Xbox One too with possibility of crossing over to next-gen consoles in future but we will probably learn more on that at E3 2019.

The Division 2 Adds Gunner Specialization

Tom Clancy tactical shooter title The Division 2 adds new Gunner specialization within SHD Agents ranks.

Other than mostly being a tactical shooter, The Division 2 has action role-playing aspects and skill system in place for players to focus on. Already three different specializations are deployed so far and the game just added another one.

A fourth Specialist, Gunner is recruited this month as a tank within squad alongside previously added Demolitionist, Sharpshooter and Survivalist class to wreck havoc on the streets of Washington, D.C. and help reclaim it.

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The Division 2 Adds Gunner Specialization

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Signature weapon for Gunner would be a powerful minigun and receive bonus armor depending on Specialization ammunition amount, when activated. Only downside is Gunner can't go for cover, roll or even vault when drawing weapon.

Though lack of cover would be a disadvantage for any Division agents but that has been compensated with wave of bullets at their disposal. Considered a vanguard for fellow SHD Agents, they have great prominence in both inflicting and sustaining damage.

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Gunner has a new skill tree, P320 XCompact sidearm and Banshee Signature Skill to confuse enemies. It will make them coming out of cover and unsettled, only to get blasted into bits or get trapped in place by special Riot Foam grenade.

Unlocking this new specialization class would require players to complete Special Field Research, which are five stages of in-game challenges. Taking on objectives will offer you rewards and allow access of Gunner with newest signature weapon.

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The Division 2 Gunner Poster

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Gunner will become available on Public Test Server from June 4 to receive community feedback before fully going live in Title Update 4 later this month. Year 1 Pass owners will unlock it right away including cosmetic, emotes, mask and uniform.

Action RPG Tom Clancy shooter title The Division 2 from developer Massive Entertainment and publisher Ubisoft has launched on March 15, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms to serve as sequel for The Division of 2016.

Shenmue 3 Delayed to November 2019

Pushed over from August 2019, Shenmue III has been delayed once again for a November launch date.

Teenage martial art prodigy Ryo Hazuki was about to make his anticipated return in upcoming action-adventure game Shenmue III that was scheduled to release on August 27 this year but his arrival has been delayed now to November 19.

Though it is almost finished, creator Yu Suzuki and publisher Deep Silver have agreed to the point that the game needs some more polishing for truly being finished and revealed in public via its Kickstarter announcement.

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Shenmue 3 Delayed to November 2019

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Announced back at E3 2015, a third installment of classic series Shenmue entered into crowdfunding with an original goal of $2 million, which became fastest campaign for that amount by reaching their goal within just seven hours.

Aside from large sum of money collected from general mass, investors like Sony has also contributed with unknown amounts and that really raised eyebrows of many regarding budget transparency and how much it really takes to make a AAA-game.

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So far, this project has amassed a total of $7,179,510 in three years and became sixth-highest-funded Kickstarter campaign. Originally, the game was set to arrive on December 2017 before it was delayed to early 2018 and then on August 27, 2019.

Sega offered license of this cult favorite series to Suzuki's company Ys Net to develop Shenmue III independently and they jumped on board with development that will eventually see release over PC and PlayStation 4 on November 2019.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Rainbow Six Siege Coming to Next-Gen PlayStation and Xbox

Rather than a sequel, Ubisoft is working to move tactical FPS title Rainbow Six Siege to PS5 and next-gen Xbox consoles.

Gamers on consoles are eagerly waiting for next generation of PlayStation and Xbox to roll out from Sony Interactive Entertainment and Microsoft but players of online tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege may not need to worry about jumping ship just yet.

Apparently, developer/published Ubisoft has already planned this through in advance as this critically-acclaimed Tom Clancy shooter of 2015 is obviously coming to PS5 and next-gen Xbox consoles, because R6Siege has a lot to offer.

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Rainbow Six Siege Coming to Next-Gen PlayStation and Xbox

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Currently, Siege is on its Year 4 Season 2 post-launch content and they are boasting over 100,000 players each day on PC platform alone. All credit goes to Ubisoft being consistently dedicated on improving its quality of support.

On top of everything, they have been delivering steady bug fix and still working on introducing 100 unique operators with distinct abilities. The studio has earned over $1.12 billion in a total lifetime of R6S and has 45 million active players.

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Siege brand director, Alexandre Remy confirmed during Pro League Season 9 Finals that there will not be a sequel or whatsoever because Ubisoft simply don't want to create a division between player communities over different platforms.

The strength of any multiplayer game is the size of its community, so I do believe that we have to make every effort possible that when next gen comes in, they are treated as a high-end PC versus another PC.

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He also encloses that developers are on early stages of working with Sony and Microsoft on how to transition between two console generations and how that would that serve player community but are not sure yet how to employ that.

Whether or not this transition process would require people to buy a new copy of the multiplayer shooter for next-gen upgrade other than a new console or would they be using backwards compatibility features depends a lot on hardware.

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Nevertheless, a constant effort from developers to add more values to Siege by providing new content updates each year and trying to arrange a seamless move for everyone clearly shows how much they truly care for their customers.

Also, introducing cross-play into Rainbow Six Siege has a long way to go and Ubisoft on board with that idea given how games like Fortnite, Rocket League and upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is bringing players from varied platforms together.

Warhammer: Chaosbane Post-Launch Content Roadmap

Warhammer: Chaosbane will get free updates and new DLC campaign featuring Tomb Kings in post-launch roadmap.

Just ahead of release on June 4 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, upcoming action role-playing game Warhammer: Chaosbane from developer Eko Software and publisher Bigben Interactive already revealed their post-launch roadmap.

If you happen to be a Deluxe or Magnus Edition owner, you can start your journey early on from today. Regardless of your selected version of the game, everyone can hop in for some free content aside from paid ones included in Season Pass.

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Warhammer: Chaosbane Post-Launch Content Roadmap

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Free Updates
Over next few months of post-launch period, Eko Software wishes to roll in some major updates for free. Completing entire campaign run will unlock Endgame mode, collector's guild and other contents for players to access at their will.

One of the game modes you get then is called Expedition where people can team-up with their friends on levels that are randomly generated or try out Relic Hunt for a change of difficulty levels and improve your chances of winning better loot.

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Among those high-quality gears lie new heroic sets, which grants you a permanent bonus and a very powerful set to match upon completing. Then there is a timed Boss Rush mode for facing off any bosses you already encountered during campaign.

Once you play through story mode, there is no need to start over with another new character and instead you will have all unlocked aspects ready at hand. This means, money and fragments earned by your main character would be shared with any other.

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Season Pass
Bunch of premium content will be rolled out after release and first downloadable content will feature an Emote Pack to taunt forces of Chaos with, followed by a new God Skill Tree and then a Pet Pack containing unique companions afterwards.

Finally in fourth DLC pack, a brand-new story set in realms of Tomb Kings will be explored with enemies and locations. Though not many details are out yet but developers assured to make it the biggest expansion for Chaosbane.

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Furthermore, post-launch content roadmap includes series of free updates such as new level of difficulty, gear, permadeath mode and more Endgame modes. Also, a new system to continue character progression will be introduced.

Although things are looking pretty promising for Warhammer: Chaosbane but not including any PvP mode in roadmap and letting player have chances to win better heroic items for money is lot like a pay-to-win mechanics at work that can ruin the experience.

Friday, May 31, 2019

Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack Adds Shang Tsung and More

New Mortal Kombat 11 trailer debuts Shang Tsung and confirms more characters for upcoming Kombat Pack DLC.

Already debuted with a roster of 25 playable characters, fighting game Mortal Kombat 11 is bringing more add-on fighters for their upcoming Kombat Pack DLC, starting with a former series antagonist and secondary sub-boss Shang Tsung.

Reprising his role from 1995 live-action Mortal Kombat movie, actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa returns to play his role as an evil sorcerer absorbing souls from his competitor and a brand-new video is released to showcase his deadly moves.

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Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack Adds Shang Tsung and More

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Watch a re-defined version of Shang Tsung unleashing his feats of kombat in a new MK11 gameplay trailer.




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The trailer opens up with Shang Tsung going up against his rival Kung Lao, Liu Kang and Elder God Raiden. He charges at them with skull-shaped projectiles and other attacks aside from shape-shifts into Ermac, Rain, Reptile and Smoke during his fight.

When delivering his Fatal Blow, the cunning sorcerer uses combined moves of Sub-Zero, Scorpion and Noob Saibot to defeat Raiden. Then he summons Kintaro out of his opponent's body to finish it with Fatality and claim his soul!

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Shang Tsung was announced to be added in Kombat Pack as its first DLC character for back in March, even before the launch of MK11. Also joining him are recurring characters Nightwolf, Sindel and Todd McFarlane's comic-book character Spawn.

Two more playable fighters remains undisclosed yet and are about to join very soon. However, spattering blood on text from a chainsaw as well as ending sound hints at Ash from Evil Dead series and Terminator being those additional guest characters.

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Although actor Bruce Campbell has previously ruled out any possibility of Ash appearing in MK11 on Twitter, fans have found evidence for this cult horror protagonist to appear alongside Terminator and The Joker through datamining in-game files.

Those who already own Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition will get one-week early access to contents of Kombat Pack or you can simply buy it for $39.99 only. It will also be featuring 7 exclusive character skins and gear sets for customization.

Classic Dungeons & Dragons Games Coming to Consoles

D&D RPG classics like Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights and more are heading over to consoles on fall 2019.

Even though classic fantasy-themed Dungeons & Dragons games have seen its glory days on PC platform in late '90s, they seem to have lost that charm and are seemingly dying down because of console evolution and lack of newer titles.

In an attempt to revive this franchise, developer Beamdog and publisher Skybound Games have decided to bring enhanced edition of D&D games for modern day consoles Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on fall 2019.

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Classic Dungeons & Dragons Games Coming to Consoles

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Witness the iconic return of classic role-playing games from Dungeons & Dragons series to current era of consoles.




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Five best RPG games; Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn, Icewind Dale, Neverwinter Nights and Planescape: Torment will be heading over to aforementioned platforms in three different bundles very soon.

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Pack will arrive on September 24, which includes remastered versions of first two games, Siege of Dragonspear expansion pack and original new content to connect these series adventures for very first time.

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Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition/Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition comes in complete package with all added DLCs jammed into one on same day. Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition will launch on December 3 with online multiplayer.

Both digital and retail versions of these classic Dungeons & Dragons games collection would be priced $49.99 over PS4, Switch and Xbox One. In case, Baldur's Gate III ends up getting announced at E3 2019, these titles are a good way to catch up to it.