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Post-apocalyptic open-world shooter Rage 2's first big expansion, Rise of the Ghosts, is heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on 26th September, bringing with it a new enemy faction and "huge" new region.
In Rise of the Ghosts, players go up against the new Ghost faction, a "ruthless, vicious, tactical and cruel" group of meanies that fled to the mysterious Overgrown City during the time of the Authority War. Now they're back, brainwashed, and out for blood.
According to publisher Bethesda, the expansion's new story content will see players battling the Ghosts on their own turf, exploring the substantially sized Overgrown City region with a new weapon - the Feltrite Laser Launcher - and a new ability. The latter, known as Void, can either be used to suspend opponents in the air ready for some additional damage, or can be focussed to make their heads explode.
Google held another one of their Stadia Connect conferences today, and this one was meant to be all about what games you’ll be playing in the “scary” cloud come November. Sure enough, there were new Stadia games aplenty announced this evening, with the biggest addition being Cyberpunk 2077.
To help keep track of them all, here’s a list of every Google Stadia game confirmed so far, as well as which games are coming at launch, which ones will be arriving a little bit later, and which games you’ll only be able to play by subscribing to one of the special Stadia publisher subscriptions.
The Gamesplanet Summer Sale began yesterday with over 1900 titles on offer, plus rolling 24-hour flash deals on recent PC releases and old favourites. But that's not all. As a way to celebrate the occasion, Gamesplanet has kindly provided us with ten games to give away to you lovely Eurogamer readers.
As the Summer Sale has entered its second day, a new selection of flash deals are now live. Right now, that includes the likes of Hitman 2 for 15.99, Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition for 9.75, Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition for 3.70, Dragon Ball FighterZ for 9.99, Metro Redux Bundle for 5.99, XCOM 2 for 8.50, Transport Fever for 5.99, Space Hulk: Tactics for 9.25, For Honor for 9.75 and Motorsport Manager for 5.75.
The majority of these will only be live for a short period of time so make sure you grab anything you're interested in quickly! Continue to check in throughout the rest of the week too as new titles will be reduced every morning at 10am until the end of the sale on 12th August.
Do you remember Rage 2? It had this whole wacky pink-neon punk vibe going on before launch. For a hot second, I was pumped to become some mad blue-haired lass battering the wasteland with a baseball bat. Turns out, nah, you’re some future cop called Walker (who in a cruel twist, drives around more than they walk) out to ruin the party for everyone. Rubbish.
Avalanche Studios probably aren’t gonna rebuild a whole game just for me. But they are going to try to tempt folk back with some bloody hard new modes, a truckload of quality-of-life changes, and stickers.
Rage 2 had a lacklustre start to life but the efforts to improve it continue. Today's update introduces three new ways to play the game - New Game Plus, Ironman mode, and an ultra nightmare difficulty - as well as fixes and quality of life improvements.
Players who found the tutorials and intro dialogue cringeworthy (as I did) will now be able to skip them, and the addition of a flashlight to the game is welcome. Other improvements include bug fixes, pop-ups no longer pausing the game, and a camera deadzone slider.
There'll also be a new voice pack, undoubtedly to tie in with the release of the new Wolfenstein game, as it will feature the voice of B.J. Blazkowicz.