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Life is Strange 2 Episode 1 Trailer August 20, 2018

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Following the release of The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, DONTNOD has finally released the full trailer for their next game, Life is Strange 2. It looks like we’re going to be focusing on two new main characters and a whole new story in the Life is Strange universe. How will Captain Spirit factor into this? I guess only time will tell.

Life is Strange 2 Episode 1 is coming September 27th to PC, Xbox One and PS4. Five total episodes are planned.

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Spider-Man PS4 Combat and Gadgets Trailer August 20, 2018

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The next part of what appears to be an ongoing series of new trailers for Spider-Man on PS4 was just released by IGN. This video shares a similar framework to the previous one, as we get to hear the great banter between Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson. Sadly, this trailer being released on the IGN channel means we can’t see it in 4K just yet, but if it gets re-posted on a better place like the official PlayStation or Insomniac channels, we will replace it with the superior version immediately. UPDATE: We’ve replaced it.

Well, this confirms it, the Scarlet Spider suit will be playable in the PS4 game. Great choice, and some might remember it was one of my requests.

Spider-Man is coming September 7th, 2018 exclusively to the PS4.

Control – Nvidia Raytracing Demo August 20, 2018

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The guys over at Remedy have revealed that their next game, Control, will support the new ray-tracing technology being pushed by the Nvidia RTX GPUs. Take a look and see for yourselves what will be possible with this game.

Control is coming to PC, Xbox One and PS4 in 2019.

New Game Plus Mode Added to God of War on PS4 August 20, 2018

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The highly anticipated New Game Plus (NG+) mode has been added to the PS4 exclusive game God of War earlier today. It is completely free of charge and does not require a visit to the PlayStation Store to download. The new mode will allow you to start a new game with all of the abilities you unlocked in a previous completed campaign available at the start. You’ll also be able to skip story cutscenes while in NG+ Mode if you choose.

This was a much requested feature, probably more requested than the Photo Mode that was announced shortly before the game came out. To add the NG+ Mode to your game, you’ll need to install the game’s newest patch, version 1.30. If you previously had the most recent version of the game installed, it will require your console to download over 800MB of data.

God of War is out now exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

Pokemon: Let’s Go Will Include Mega Evolution August 20, 2018

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Mega Evolution has been one of the biggest advancements to the Pokémon franchise since it was first included in the Generation 6 Pokémon games, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. They’ve also made retroactive appearances in remakes of earlier Pokémon games, particularly the 3DS remakes of Ruby and Sapphire. Now, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company have confirmed Mega Evolution will appear in their upcoming Switch games, despite the fact they are remakes of the first generation. Take a look at this trailer to see Mega Evolution in action for yourselves.

If memory serves, all of the first generation starter Pokémon had the ability for Mega Evolution…

Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee are coming in November 2018 exclusively to the Nintendo Switch.