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.
The countdown clock has expired and Bethesda has dropped a trailer revealing Fallout 4. The cinematic trailer shows a post-apocalyptic Boston, as well as flashbacks to when everything started to fall apart.
Fallout 4 will release on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Fans can expect to see more on June 14, during Bethesda’s E3 panel.
No it isn’t a hoax, a new Fallout title is definitely on its way. Bethesda all but confirmed when they revealed a new site this morning. This features a countdown clock set to expire on June 3rd, at 10am EST.
Developer CD Projekt Red continues to deliver on their promise of free DLC for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. The Polish developer has promised fans that the game will receive 16 pieces of gaming content for free. Alongside the game’s release last week, fans were treated to new armor as well as new beard and hairstyles for Geralt.
This week will see the release of a brand new quest and an alternate look for one of Geralt’s companions.
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Free DLCs Week 2
CONTRACT: MISSING MINERS – Miners from a small Skellige village are disappearing. Investigate and find out what’s happening!
ALTERNATIVE LOOK FOR YENNEFER – Check out this entirely new look for the mighty sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg!
Stay tuned for info on when exactly the DLCs will drop. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
The Division has been delayed, and will now see a 2016 release, Ubisoft has announced today. Players looking to get their hands on the open world third-person shooter RPG, will have to wait until the first quarter of next year. Basically the game should launch anytime between March and June 2016.
The reason for the delay, boils down to the game’s many developers wanting to deliver an experience that not only meets the player’s expectations, but theirs as well.
“We have decided to release the game on Xbox One, PS4 and PC during the first quarter of calendar year 2016.
All of us at Massive, Reflections, Red Storm Entertainment and Ubisoft Annecy want to ensure the game not only meets our high expectations but also those of our fans and players alike. We are proud of what we have achieved so far and can’t wait to show you more next month at E3!”
While the delay may come as disappointing news to some, it is best to remember that it can result in a better experience once it is released. You can expect more details at this year’s E3.
Thoughts on the delay? Let your voices be heard in the comments below.
NIS America announced that Hyperdimension Neptunia Hypercollection (3 Game Collection) will be coming to Europe April 3, 2015 – This is a collection of the games which started off making fun of pop culture such as PlayStation and Xbox fanboy wars and continued into a trilogy for PlayStation 3 only. This is a game series that has become very well known and popular in its own right among American, European, and Japanese crowds as well as abroad for an original plot / concept for the anime art style genre of video games and entertainment. This bundle is a likely being served to the market as a way for gamers to chip in some coins to the development team and get caught up before the upcoming Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II launches, which be the fourth installment in the series is still on schedule for release exclusively on the PlayStation 4 some time this year.
(Original Release Date: August 2010 in Japan, )
Hyperdimension: Neptunia mk2
(Original Release Date: August 2011 in Japan, February 2012 in US / Europe)
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory
Publisher: NIS America, Inc. / Developer: IDEA FACTORY / COMPILE HEART Price: (Europe) 39.99 Euros or 39.99 Pounds Release Date: Europe April 3, 2015 Genre: Single Player RPG Game Collection Bundle