We have just started 2021 and we are already seeing a lot of news coming to games we know, both in the form of paid DLCs and free updates that occur constantly, as is the case with Gears 5 or SMITE.
Another title that will have new content shortly is Dead Cells, this indie title launched in 2017 that has been a success and that announced a new paid DLC a few weeks ago that would see the light of day at the beginning of this year, although at the time no specific date was shown.
Return to Dead Cells on January 26
It seems that the developers have taken a liking to release new content for their title, since just a year ago we had the same situation, with new content ready to launch in early 2020.
With this new DLC called Fatal Falls, we will not have to wait too long, as it will be added to Dead Cells on January 26, so we will not have to wait long to explore new areas, eliminate new enemies, wield new weapons, and for, Of course, defeat new and difficult bosses that will do everything possible to make us bite the dust in more than one attempt. We can see all this in the trailer recently published on YouTube.
It’s great to see indie games like Dead Cells growing in success, something that has been clearly noted by the arrival of new content and the dedication the gaming community has put into it by spending countless hours with the controller in hand. Before this title that has managed to get us both smiles and tears.
New Starfield video for Xbox and PC
Without prior announcement, Bethesda today released a new Starfield video for Xbox and PC. The video is commented on by Emil Pagliarulo, design director of Bethesda Game Studios, and tells us about the constant activities that we will have available in the colonies that we will visit on our adventure.
The Starfield universe promises to be one of the newest things Bethesda has created in the last 25 years. A “Skyrim in space,” according to Todd Howard. At the E3 2021 conference, the development team’s expectations of the game were verified.
Things to do in Starfield
It’s the biggest RPG we’ve ever done. It has some great character systems – choosing your origin, things like that. We go back to some things that we used to do in games long ago that allow players to express the character they want to be. So I think when you see him play, you will recognize that it is something that we have done.
It is a game in the first and third person, like the others. We like that style of play. For us, the first person is still our primary way of playing. So you can see the world and feel all those things.
Crysis Remastered Trilogy launch trailer revealed
We are already a few months away from finishing this 2021, so it is normal that during these weeks we see the largest title launches, something in which Microsoft is going to be very involved since Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5 are very little to arrive.
In addition to great news, the return of some games that we saw a long time ago but in remaster form is also expected, something that we already saw a few days ago with Diablo 2 Resurrected and that continues this month with the arrival of Crysis Remastered Trilogy to the different platforms, as announced last month.
Crysis Remastered Trilogy shows its launch trailer
This trilogy that saw the light in the generation of the Xbox 360 is back but with great changes behind it, something that we could see last year with the remaster of the first installment and that this time is accompanied by the two sequels that continued the history.
Although there is still a week left until October 15, the launch trailer for Crysis Remastered Trilogy has already been revealed and we can find it published on different YouTube channels, including the franchise’s own .
Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a second chance for this saga that failed to take off too much, hopefully, this time it will have a different result for Crytek and that it will translate into a fourth installment in the not too distant future.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection shows us its eighth season and the surprising new armor
343 Industries has already demonstrated its commitment to Halo: The Master Chief Collection when it comes to adding new content and having confirmed that the eighth season will be activated on October 13, rest assured that in each multiplayer game that we begin we will have the possibility to complete various challenges, with which we can level up and unlock rewards.
It is true that from Redmond they have been flirting with several early accesses, with which it is intended that the fans help them to correct some errors that may affect the experience. But knowing that this is going to be the last update before the release of Halo Infinite, we will hardly be able to avoid getting at the controls of all these new additions.
This is the trailer for the eighth season of Halo: The Master Chief Collection
Apart from having revealed the animated wallpaper that will be present in the main menu, we have been told that once again we will have the possibility of getting business cards, camouflages, armor parts and much more objects so that we can customize all the items to our liking. inventory that will be available soon for publication.
It is normal that right now we do not have proof of which cosmetics we are going to be able to obtain, but as its output approaches, we will learn more details that will allow us to know in-depth, these new accessories that are inspired by all the times we have lived.
Season 8 officially arrives on October 13, 2021. Dive in and check out new armor, weapon skins, and vehicle skins inspired by warriors of all ages.
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