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Zombi and Rocket League DLC Lead this List of New Trailers in Today’s Roundup


So far today has seen the release of several new video game trailers –including the reveal of Ubisoft’s ‘Zombi’ for PS4, PC and Xbox One. I went ahead and complied the current trailers all in one place for your viewing pleasure. This post will be updated with any new trailers that drop later on today.

Zombi Reveal


The Wii U launch title ZombiU is being ported over to current consoles and PC with a several new updates. You can read more about it here.


Rocket League – Supersonic Fury DLC Pack


The super popular soccer/racing game on PC and PS4 will receive its first paid DLC pack early next month. Fans can expect two new battle cars, several new customization options and trophies for the price of $3.99. You can get the full details here.


Arma 3 – Tanoa Expansion Dev Walkthrough


Bohemia Interactive’s Creative Director Jay Crowe and Project Lead Joris-Jan van ‘t Land discuss the development for their Arma 3 expansion.


Total War: Black Hammer Black Fire Pass Developer Walkthrough


The folks over at Creative Assembly have put together a walkthrough, showcasing gameplay for their upcoming real-time strategy game. Give a click and check out the Battle of Black Fire Pass.


The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition – Story Trailer


The critically acclaimed PC title will be making its way to PlayStation 4 on the 25th of August. Priced at $50, the DE version will include the ‘Road to Gehenna’ expansion pack.


Arslan: The Warriors of Legend – Announcement Trailer


Koei Tecmo’s upcoming 2016 action title is an adaptation of a late 1980’s novella.

Official game description:

It tells the story of the young crown prince of Pars, Arslan, as he is forced out of his kingdom when his father, the king, is betrayed and murdered and his domain conquered. Arslan and his few companions must re-assemble an army and fight against overwhelming odds to regain his throne and liberate his kingdom. Through his exploits he reaches emotional maturity, while the series also tackles underlying issues of slavery, religious fanaticism, betrayal, and humanity.


There you have it, if we have missed anything please feel free to let us know in the comments below. We will do our best to keep this post up to date for today.

Sources: Ubiblog and PSBlog.

CD Projekt Red Details The Witcher III’s New Game Plus DLC Features


Yesterday saw the blockbuster announcement, about New Game Plus being the last of the Witcher III‘s free DLCs. Obviously many fans had questions, so community manager Marcin Momot took to the official forums to answer them. Players can expect stronger enemies, the ability to play NG+ on any difficulty and more.

Momot’s response on NG+ features:

  • Enemies will be stronger obviously.
  • What carries over? Player experience (if you’re below level 30 when finishing the vanilla game, you will be bumped to level 30 for the start of NG+), items (excluding: quest items, books & letters, Gwent cards, usable items, trophies) and alchemy recipes.
  • When starting New Game Plus you can select any difficulty level.
  • You can obtain the Death Match achievement when playing the NG+ mode.
  • What’s the starting level of the character when beginning NG+? The same that you had when finishing the game, if above 30, otherwise you start at 30. You also get a free Clearing Potion at the start so you can reset your skills and try a different build.

CD hasn’t provided a release date of DLC, so stay tuned.

Source: Gamespot via CD Projekt Red.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Final DLC Pack Revealed


The fourth and final DLC pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been revealed by Activision today. Releasing first for Xbox 360 and Xbox One on August 4th, the Reckoning pack will include 4 brand new multiplayer maps and the final episode for the EXO Zombies game mode.

Official Reckoning pack info:

  • Overload – Enjoy the grand view of downtown New Baghdad from this exotic compound, complete with fountains, gardens and decorative plasma lamps. The map’s multiple levels and long perimeter site-lines highlight medium to long-range combat, and firing a shot at the lamps will send enemies flying in a burst of energy.
  • Quarantine – Following a deadly viral outbreak, the island has been converted into a biological testing center. This medium sized map’s tight corners dial up the speed and open areas combine to allow for any style of gameplay. Activate the map-based scorestreak to unleash a devastating ship-fired missile strike.
  • Fracture – Discover what secrets are locked in the ice in this arctic excavation site. Take refuge behind wind turbines and heavy equipment through large combat areas cradled on the shelf of a glacier. Stay alert as the timed event cracks the ice sheet, sending one lane sinking to the depths.
  • Swarm – Reconstruction is underway in Seoul, South Korea, congesting narrow corridors of this small to medium sized map with vehicles and equipment. Take position in war-scarred storefronts that provide plenty of cover over the streets or flank the enemy through close quarter interiors in the center of the map.
  • Descent (Exo Zombies) – In the last episode, the team – Bill Paxton (Aliens, Titanic, Edge of Tomorrow), Rose McGowan (Planet Terror, Scream), Jon Bernthal (Fury, The Wolf of Wall Street) and new member Bruce Campbell(Army of Darkness, Burn Notice), are about to escape from the Atlas aircraft carrier on which they’ve been stranded. But before they do, they discover their friend and original squad member, John Malkovich (In the Line of Fire, RED, Burn After Reading), has been turned, and is now among the undead. Descent introduces a remote ocean Atlas survival facility, new “fused” exo zombie enemies, and the Trident Reflected Energy Weapon.


Via: ESG

New Game Plus will be The Witcher III’s Final Free DLC


If you were in need of an incentive to play through CD Projekt Red’s ‘The Witcher III: Wildhunt’, then you’re in luck. It has been revealed that the game’s 16th and final piece of free content, will be a New Game Plus mode.

With NG+, players will be able to restart Geralt’s adventure, while retaining whatever they acquired during their previous playthrough– including character level, upgrades, weapons and more. NG+ won’t release this week as it is still being worked.

Stay tuned to RGN for more info.

Source: The Witcher

Dying Light Developer Teases Future DLC Content


In celebration of it being 180 days since launch, Techland has released a compilation video featuring all of Dying Light’s available content, paid and free. The end of the trailer teases even more content, showcasing what looks like a new countryside area to explore, and vehicles.

Yeah, you read that right. Looks like players will soon be able able to commandeer vehicles Dying Light. Just another way to escape or crush the zombie horde. Fans can except to learn more about it at this year’s Gamescom.

We’re really excited to finally be able to show this major project we’ve been secretly working on since the release of the game. This is Dying Light from a totally new angle, but with everything fans love about the original still at the core, ” says Tymon Smektala, Producer, Dying Light


Dying Light is out now for PS4, PC and Xbox One.

Street Fighter V to Feature 16 Characters at Launch; Future Characters can be Earned in Game


Capcom has revealed several new details for Street Fighter V. One of the biggest things announced, is the publisher’s new approach to releasing post-launch content:

  1. The initial release is the only disc you will ever need to own
  2. All balance and system adjustments will be available for free
  3. All post-launch gameplay related content will be earnable for free by playing the game

Capcom stresses that all game related content that they put out for Street Fighter V, will be free.

“Long gone are the days of forced Super and Ultra upgrades! Enjoy free balance updates as soon as they become available, and find and choose the post-launch characters that you want to get.”


The base game will launch with 16 playable characters, 4 of them will be brand new to the Street Fighter universe. Capcom plans to add new characters to the game’s roster “on a continuous basis”, but will implement a new service-based model, so players are no longer forced to purchase an upgraded version with characters they don’t want.

“Looking back on the Street Fighter IV series, we had always released bundles of content all at once, like with Super Street Fighter IV and Ultra Street Fighter IV. While these one-time updates did revive interest in the series every few years, it was difficult to keep players engaged for long periods of time unless they were competitive. This also punished players who took a break from playing the game, because if they wanted to start again in a few years, they would be forced to purchase an upgrade to join the existing player pool who had already moved on to a new version. On top of that, this old method also forced players to purchase all of the new content, even if only a few characters may have appealed to them.”

Street Fighter V will feature an in-game economy system that will contain two types of currency:

Fight Money

  • This is basic currency that players earn through playing the game. Once players accumulate enough Fight Money, they can use it to earn new post-launch gameplay content, such as characters, for free!


  • This is premium currency that players can purchase with real money to immediately gain access to post-launch content.

Capcom is determined to avoid splitting the game’s player base in two and hopes to create more long-term interest.

“Players also have more freedom in their decisions, as they only need to purchase or earn the content that appeals to them. This will also create more long-term engagement, because the more you play the game, the more you are rewarded and can earn new content. The player base is never shrunk by requiring a paid update like in years past. Players can take a break from the game, but then come back at any time and continue to play with the characters they already own, with the newest gameplay balance.”

Players will get a chance to test out this economy system in the later phases of Street Fighter V’s Beta. The first phase (PS4 only for now) will begin on July 23. Pre-ordering the game is the only way to gain access.


Source: PSBlog

All Exclusive Pre-order DLC will be Included in Batman: Arkham Knight’s Season Pass


Worried about not being able to get your hands on all the exclusive pre-order DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight? Well if you plan on purchasing the game’s Season Pass, you’ll still be able to play as the Red Hood and utilize those booster packs. This news was posted on WB’s Forums, where Community Admin Yorick offered some clarity on the issue.

“Throughout the 6 months of additional Batman: Arkham Knight content, Premium and Season Pass owners will receive all in-game content that is offered through various retail pre-order incentives. This includes the Harley Quinn and Red Hood Story Packs, as well as any Batmobile or Booster Pack that was available as early bonuses for pre-order of the game.  For those who did not receive the content with their game, these items will become available when their respective exclusivity windows expire in August/September,” Yorick explained.

For $40 Season Pass will deliver new content over a 6 month time period after the game’s release. Fans can look forward to more story content — including the chance to play as Batgirl, challenge maps and more for $40.

Batman: Arkham Knight will launch next Tuesday for PS4 and Xbox One.

Newest E3 Trailer:

Some Info Sourced: GamesRadar via WBForums

Tanya Shows off her Violent Skills in the New Mortal Kombat X Trailer


Tanya, Mortal Kombat X‘s 2nd DLC fighter, officially joins the game’s roster this week. So it makes sense for Netherrealm to grace us with a new trailer, showcasing her deadly fighting skills and one of her fatalities.

Owners of the game’s Kombat Pack (Priced at $39.99) will gain access to Tanya starting tomorrow. Everyone else will have to wait until June 9th to download her.


Mortal Kombat X is currently out on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions have yet to be released.

The Evil Within: The Executioner DLC Review


In the final DLC of The Evil Within titled, The Executioner, surviving STEM takes a turn for the better. Enemies that once inspired fear received an unimpressed grunt before meeting their doom at the end of a massive spiked hammer. Areas that conjured dread at the notion of exploring were now comfortable and cozy. Playing as The Keeper made it all feel like home.

The Executioner, takes place after the main game when a father willingly enters STEM under the observation of Mobius, with the hopes of finding and freeing his daughter previously trapped there by Ruvik. In doing so, he must dispatch the other occupants to end their influence over the girl before the damage done to her mind is irreparable.

Playing as the over powered Keeper made for swift work when dealing with regular haunted. The bosses however, needed a bit more than the swing of the mighty hammer. Referred to as “subjects”, these foes were the level bosses from the main game and as such required a bit more creativity to beat. Such as using environmental traps.


Upon defeating each subject, the weapons specific to them becomes available for purchase with the Keeper Coins collected from downed haunted. The store also features an upgrade system where you can strengthen your weapons, lessen damage dealt by enemies, quicken your walking pace etc. To gain extra Keeper Coins there is the option of completing several arenas, where the Keeper is tasked with multiple foes at once. After  completion, two additional arenas are unlocked. One of them featuring a face off with Sebastian Castellanos, as well as New Game +.

Final Verdict:

Overall, the experience of The Executioner was pleasant. It wasn’t very challenging, but playing as one of the stronger characters in the game makes that somewhat inevitable. It was nice however, to give the Keeper a touch of humanity and redemption with his goal being so selfless. The first person view had smooth controls and wasn’t a hindrance at all, giving instead new angles on the gore and havoc wrought by a distraught father in search of his child.

Official Trailer:


Developer: Tango Gameworks
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Available On: Windows PC | PS4 | XO | PS3 | 360

Played On: Sony PlayStation 4

Review Copy Info: A digital copy of this downloadable content was provided to RealGamerNewz for the purpose of this Review.

The Evil Within: The Executioner DLC Out Now


The third and final DLC for Bethesda’s and Tango Gameworks survival horror game, is finally available to download on current-gen, last-gen consoles and PC.

For $4.99, players can take control of the powerful Keeper and go toe-to-toe with a variety of the game’s vicious enemies. The Executioner is also included in the game’s season pass, along with The Assignment and The Consequence for $19.99.

Keep an eye out for our review for The Evil Within: The Executioner, coming soon.


The Evil Within’s Third DLC Trophies are Live

The Executioner

A new update was sent out today for Bethesda’s and Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within. The patch is to prepare players for the game’s third and final DLC, ‘The Executioner’ and it also revealed the new batch of trophies to unlock.

This new DLC will place players in the massive shoes of The Keeper, one of the more dangerous foes from the main game. Fans will go up against “iconic adversaries of The Evil Within”, in first-person. You can view the new trophy list below.


Bronze Trophies:

Nosy Parent – Collect all Daughter’s Diaries in The Executioner.

I Might Close Early – Purchase all time in Shop.

Krimson Chainsaw Massacre – Kill 10 basic Haunted with the chainsaw.

Trapper and Keeper – Kill 10 basic Haunted with environmental traps in The Executioner.

Got to Destroy the Brain – Use Executions on 20 basic Haunted.

Home Invasion – Clear the first and second floors of the manor house in The Executioner.

The Craftman’s Tools – Clear the basement of the manor house in The Executioner.

Silver Trophies:

Cruel and Unusual – Complete all Torments.

I’ve Got Box of Steel – Clear The Executioner without taking any damage.

Hidden Trophy Count: 1

The Evil Within: The Executioner will release on May 26, 2015 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. You will be able to purchase it separately for $9.99, or as part of the game’s season pass — along with The Assignment (Review) and The Consequence (Review), for $19.99.

The Evil Within’s Final DLC to Release in Two Weeks


While the previous DLCs for The Evil Within placed players in the heels of Juli Kidman, the third and final DLC will see them experience the game from two new perspectives; as the dangerous Keeper and in first-person.

Yes, you’ve read that correctly. Bethesda has released a 15 second teaser showcasing first-person gameplay, as the Keeper smashed and chainsaws his way through the opposition. The official description is below:

“In the final DLC for The Evil Within’s DLC, open the safe door and see the action through the eyes (???) of the menacing Keeper. Experience his power and brutality in first person as you square off against  most iconic adversaries of The Evil Within.”


The Evil Within: The Executioner will release on May 26, 2015 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. You will be able to purchase it separately for $9.99, or as part of the game’s season pass — along with The Assignment and The Consequence, for $19.99.

Source: Bethblog