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Dying Light 2 Extended Gameplay Demo

Techland unveils full gameplay demo of Dying Light 2 from E3 2019, showcasing combat and parkour elements. Up until now, upcoming survival horror game Dying Light 2 has only given us a brief look at its gameplay when developer/publisher studio Techland took E3 2018 to premiere an official announcement trailer to reveal the title to fans. Then a new trailer was released at Xbox briefing during E3 2019  event and a full 26-minute long extended gameplay demo was shown to press behind-closed-doors, which has now become available for everyone to watch and enjoy. Dying Light 2 Extended Gameplay Demo RELATED: Dying Light 2 E3 2019 Trailer This newly revealed gameplay footage comes with exclusive developer commentary to point out some key-notes. RELATED: Rockstar Games May Have Teased Bully 2 An infected survivor named Aiden Caldwell is serving as protagonist of the central plotline and will be a key-focus of entire playthrough. He embarks a mission to find drinking

Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Remake Release Date

Nintendo a release date and new gameplay feature for Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening remake at E3 2019.  Back in February 2019, it was revealed via a Nintendo Direct presentation that an HD remaster version of action-adventure game Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening from original Game Boy console will come to Nintendo Switch in 2019. An official release date of September 20 is revealed by developer/publisher Nintendo today at Nintendo Direct E3 2019 event. A brand-new trailer is released to show glimpse of gameplay and story of this upcoming action-adventure title. Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Remake Release Date RELATED: Nintendo Direct February 2019 New footage from E3 showcase features plot premise and play mechanics of Link's Awakening remake of 2019. RELATED: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel Announced Link's Awakening depicts another iconic quest of legendary Hyrule hero who washed ashore of a mysterious island of

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel Announced

In a surprise reveal, Breath of the Wild sequel for Switch is announced during Nintendo Direct E3 2019. Following release action-adventure game Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in 2017 for Nintendo Switch and Wii U consoles, developer/publisher Nintendo received immense praise and a sequel become almost imminent. Nintendo Direct E3 2019 presentation ended on a high-note with an official announcement of a sequel currently being in development and even though they didn't share much detail, a surprise teaser trailer was revealed for all. Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel Announced RELATED: Breath of the Wild Twitch Streamer Finds Tutorial After 95 Hours of Playthrough Here is an exclusive first-look trailer of upcoming Breath of the Wild sequel from E3 that is currently in works. RELATED: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Mod Adds Bowsette This new cinematic teaser takes us back to kingdom of Hyrule once again with Link and Zelda but everyth

The Witcher 3 is Coming to Nintendo Switch

At Nintendo Direct E3 2019 event, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition for Switch has been confirmed. Two weeks ago, a leak from ResetEra has revealed that acclaimed action role-playing game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt from developer/publisher CD Projekt Red is coming to Nintendo Switch , which has now been confirmed officially. Announced during Nintendo Direct presentation at E3 2019 , this ambitious port is titled The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition and headed for next-generation Nintendo handheld console to arrive later at some point this year. The Witcher 3 is Coming to Nintendo Switch RELATED: The Witcher 3 for Nintendo Switch Leaked Below is a look at dark fantasy universe of The Witcher that is coming for you to play at home or on the go. RELATED: DC Universe Online Comes to Nintendo Switch Switch seemed to be able to run ports of graphically superior games like Doom and Wolfenstein: The New Colossus in past but it has struggled with open-w

Final Fantasy 8 Remastered Announced

Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VIII Remastered for Steam, Switch, PS4 and Xbox to arrive later this year. Back in September 2018, developer/publisher Square Enix announced " Final Fantasy Legacy Collection " that featured fan-favorite RPG titles from Final Fantasy series, scheduled to launch on current-gen platforms through 2018 to 2019. Final Fantasy VIII was somehow left behind from being included to that list in between seventh and ninth installment. However, a remastered version of this PlayStation original is announced recently during E3 2019 press conference. Final Fantasy VIII Remastered Announced RELATED: Final Fantasy VII Out On Nintendo Switch and Xbox One An official announce trailer was released to give a flashback to series fans that were looking forward to FFVIII for long. RELATED: Final Fantasy XV DLC Cancelled When military nation Galbadia and Sorceress Edea declares war against Dukedom of Dollet, protagonist Squall Leonhart g

Marvel's Avengers E3 2019 Reveal

Square Enix have revealed first official trailer of upcoming Marvel's Avengers game at E3 2019 event. For long, publisher Square Enix has been silent on " The Avengers Project " that was officially announced back at E3 2017 event. In December 2018, the game's Creative Director Shaun Escayg assured that development will start soon. Only a week ago, an official Twitter account starts referring it as Marvel's Avengers and revealed schedule for a worldwide reveal at E3 2019 . Today, fans are finally getting a glance at this long-awaited superhero action-adventure game. Marvel's Avengers E3 2019 Reveal RELATED: Marvel Video Games to Create Original Stories An exclusive first-look trailer has been released earlier to present a more detailed look into upcoming Avengers game. RELATED: The Avengers Project Will Begin Development Soon It all begins at A-Day, when globally known superhero team of Avengers showed up in San Francisco to unveil

Xbox Backwards Compatibility Final Lineup Revealed

At E3 2019 stage, Microsoft announces final lineup for classic games that will join Xbox backwards compatibility library. When Phil Spencer of Gaming at Microsoft took stage to announce Xbox One backward compatibility feature back at E3 2015 event, it surely was a memorable moment in video gaming history that every fan cheered for. Over past four years, more than 600 titles have been added to a vast library of games from previous generation but that development cycle has now come to an end as upcoming Project Scarlett device will be compatible with all past games. Xbox Backwards Compatibility Final Lineup Revealed RELATED: Lost Planet Trilogy and Resident Evil Code: Veronica is Backwards Compatible on Xbox One Design for Scarlett is largely focused with an ambitious goal of being capable to run any games from last four generation of 18 years Xbox console history, so there is no point in dedicating resources to make more titles compatible anymore. Due to popular fa

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint E3 2019 Gameplay Trailer

Ubisoft unveils new trailer featuring gameplay and story bits of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint at E3 2019 presentation. Last month, developer/publisher Ubisoft officially announced their upcoming tactical shooter game Ghost Recon: Breakpoint as a follow-up sequel to Ghost Recon: Wildlands after it was accidentally leaked on Ubisoft Store only a day ago. This military shooter brings back protagonist Nomad and his fellow Ghost team members to tackle a new threat who has all of their skills and technology at their disposal but are willing to employ them with a viewpoint that threatens global peace. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint E3 2019 Gameplay Trailer RELATED: Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Announced Breakpoint released a gameplay trailer titled "We Are Brothers" during Ubisoft presentation at E3 2019 event today. RELATED: Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Global Threat Story Trailer When a group of former Special Forces operatives took over Skell Technology over Auroa Island a