As you know, we always tend to give you upcoming video games heads up, so you could get yourself prepared for what’s about to come. This week will bring remarkable new stories, sequels, and titles that most of you have been waiting for. From Survival Games to MMOs to Medieval masterpieces, we have the top 5 this week’s game releases.
State of Decay 2
A much-anticipated survival game, for which many have claimed it will be a whole lot different survival experience. State of Decay will offer its open-world zombie apocalypse to the players in a different way. As a sequel to 2013’s title, if you had the chance to experience it, it is kind of obvious that it offers somewhat the same mechanics as before, despite the fact of adding the new blood plague disease. Seemingly the same, but whole lot different, since this time players will have the chance to interact with other human beings across the world. Having this as a new feature, gathering significant items may be based and dependant on trading with other players. As for last, State of decay 2 will launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC tomorrow, May 22.
Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition
Focus Home Interactive’s First-Person Shooter is about to make an appearance. Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition, unlike its original game, contains a vast extent of content. It will receive new features and improved multiplayer mode, and a well-designed skill system which will be quite crucial for your abilities. You will have the chance to play as a Space Marine Terminator and another new class for the first time on the PlayStation 4 platform. Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition will release on PC and PS4, tomorrow, May 22.
Destructive Creation’s squad-based real-time strategy game is one of those kinds where you need to dig deep to master it. Inspired by the medieval European History caught up in war conflicts between 4 different nations, Anglo-Saxon, Viking, German, and Slav. Ancestors Legacy tactical aspect of the game is on a high level, making any participant dive into tactics before accepting the forced approach out of every occasion. The game will come out on Xbox One and PC, tomorrow, May 22.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset
It’s time for yet another MMORPG, an expansion to Elder Scrolls Online. It serves to bring greater good in the game, such as new content and feature improvements. Players will have the chance to explore an entirely new zone which is the home of the High Elves. It has been a couple of years since The Elder Scrolls Online release, and everyone’s quite excited for this expansion’s outcome, in which many beliefs lay around a possible recovery of its player base. The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset comes out today.
Dark Souls Remastered
FromSoftware’s Dark Souls Remastered, the Action RPG spiritual successor to Demon’s Souls, is about to make a fresh appearance. The Remastered version of the game serves multiple improvements, including fixes of known bugs found in the original title. There has been seen vast improvements on both the Xbox One and PS4. Combined with a high difficulty level and grind elements, the game has much to offer. However, one of the most critical factors on this “already successful” game is the 30 fps uncap. One more thing, Blighttown is no longer a problematic area to dive into. The game is scheduled to come out on PS4, Xbox One and PC on May 25.