Next week on Xbox is looking to be an extremely busy one. Not only do we have titles such as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Riders Republic, but Age of Empires IV is also hitting Xbox Game Pass for PC.
With no signs of the releases slowing down, here’s everything coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S next week:
In the UK and Europe the game is hoping to tempt in fans of sporty apparel after confirming a partnership with retail chain JD. There’ll be small number of Gyms but a much larger group of Pokéstops, with some special virtual clothes available alongside actual real-life Nike gear in the stores.
When is State of Play? What are the dates and times for the next PlayStation State of Play? State of Play is Sony’s regularly scheduled show, broadcast live intermittently throughout the year. Each one focuses on different things — sometimes PS5 and PS4 exclusives, other times third-party titles, and occasionally just on a single game. When is the next State of Play? In this guide, we’re going to give you all the details you need to tune in.
When Is Sony PlayStation’s State of Play Livestream?
What date and time is State of Play? Sony has announced that the next State of Play will take place on Wednesday 27th October, 2021. For a full breakdown of timezones, see below:
Not every videogame boss is mandatory for finishing the game – and some optional bosses are so tough that only the most skilled players should even consider stepping to them in the first place, lest you discover just how good you actually are at the game you’ve supposedly mastered. Here are seven of the toughest. Enjoy, and subscribe for a video like this every Thursday from Outside Xbox! —
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If you’re hyped for martial arts action title Sifu, you’ll definitely want to watch this behind the scenes video. It covers the development of the upcoming PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 brawler, detailing things like motion capture, combat design, and making sure that Sifu provides an authentic experience. It’s really interesting stuff.
It also features a cameo from Benjamin Colussi, a French Kung Fu master who runs a school in Paris, and has acted as both a consultant and motion capture actor for the game. Clearly, developer SloClap is very passionate about the martial arts and their history, as well as the techniques behind them. Of course, that was already obvious going by the studio’s previous game, Absolver, but Sifu is set to take things to the next level.
We’ve been waiting on a release date for Among Us with Xbox Game Pass (for console) for a while, and now we’ve finally got it, as the game has been confirmed as heading to Xbox One, Series X and Series S on December 14th.
The wildly popular online multiplayer social deduction game has been available for the PC version of Xbox Game Pass since December 2020, but this marks the first time it’ll have made its way to Xbox consoles.
The Switch is a great system for interactive or visual novels, with a whole bunch of brilliants ones available on the console already — and come 5th November, we’ll be getting another award-winner in the form of the “grim but hopeful” Stilstand.
Described as “a haunting and darkly comedic interactive graphic novel”, it chronicles a young woman’s summer in Copenhagen as she battles anxiety, loneliness and an existential malaise while trying to navigate urban student life.
Some games just cut right to the chase. No set up, no indulgent intro, just a fast cutscene and you’re tossed in the deep end. Evertried is one of those games. Here you’re placed in the role of a cute little undead creature with a scythe who has to climb “The Tower”. See, in this world, lost souls that haven’t proven themselves worthy of going to either heaven or hell can choose to brave the horrors of The Tower to obtain their eternal reward. It’s far from easy, but your character was evidently a warrior of some kind in life, and that gives them a distinct edge to tip the odds in their favor.
Gameplay takes place on a 7×7 isometric grid, and is centered around a combat system that feels like a hybrid of turn-based and live action. Each floor has a handful of enemies to dispatch, and they only move when you do. To strike them, all you need to do is position your character next to them and take a step towards them, but you potentially run the risk of them retaliating if you don’t plan this out well enough. Since you can only take three hits total and healing is hard to come by, it’s important that you plan out a few moves ahead and try to turn the AI against itself. As you get more familiar with enemy patterns, you learn how to best manipulate your foes into either triggering traps or opening themselves up for an attack from you.
This is not the official update that many of us were waiting for from CD Projekt Red. In what has no doubt been a difficult decision, the company has pushed back the release dates for both Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition on PlayStation 5. The two current-gen ports were originally set to launch this year, but with next to no news on either game for most of 2021, we were starting to suspect that they’d be delayed — and here we are.
A statement from CDPR reads: “Based on recommendations supplied by teams supervising the development of both games, we decided to postpone their releases until 2022.”
We’ve got some bad news, as CD Projekt Red has confirmed today that the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions of both Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 will now be launching in 2022 instead of 2021.
In a report published earlier today, it was explained that “based on recommendations supplied by persons supervising development, it has decided to allocate additional time to both projects.” The next-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 will now launch in the first quarter of 2022, and The Witcher 3 in the second quarter of2022.
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