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As exciting as it is to see more lengthy games coming to the VR scene, it is also notable there is not much in the way of information for when these titles will release. Let’s check out what they announced. It’s up to you to restore stability back to the facility and stop the demonic invasion, which you’ll do with classic DOOM weaponry and some new bells and whistles. You will also have unique special abilities like Jet-Strafe and teleport. Figure into that cost that you will also need a Windows 10 PC with higher end hardware and you will spend some money to play Fallout 4 VR.

The game takes players to the aftermath of the episodic DLC story from the first installment, with Billie Lurk and Daud again at the center of all. Which should be interesting. The announcement is sure to make many happy especially owners of HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Still trying to unseat Hearthstone, The Elder Scrolls: Legends card spin-off is launching a new expansion, one that centers on the game universe’s current most profitable chapter: Skyrim. It will be pretty cool to have your Pip-Boy on your wrist!

You can examine the models, check out the guns, look at all the mansy-pansy stuff that’s all safe and informative while you’re in the examination room. Oh, and the return of paid mods. Dishonored: Death of the Outsider will sell for $29.99 as a standalone title. The complete game, including all the DLC packs are included. It’s going to be $30 when it comes out.

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The final two announcements of the conference were titles that have always been expected: The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II: Colossus. They didn’t show a lot of gameplay but the trailer was really well done and I have to admit that I’ve taken a much more serious interest in the series after watching it. I found the first game clunky and kind of overbearing, and was a bit surprised when rumors started flowing about an upcoming sequel. In 2017 that honour fell upon Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, not coincidentally the show finished 20 minutes earlier than the last two years. The trailer was full of humorous dialogue and great characters. Plus, with Skyrim having been released almost six years ago now, many had been hoping that Elder Scrolls VI would at least be getting an initial reveal trailer. The game looks as gory and fast paced as ever. Are you excited for any of these announcements?

I wasn’t at all looking forward to an Evil Within 2. Do you think there will be any drawbacks?


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