Assassin's Creed Origins unleashes its first slice of DLC on January 23 with The Hidden Ones, before shifting its focus to its historical Discovery Tour and sequel story expansion in February and March.
If Destiny could salvage its player-base after the kerfluffle that was The Dark Below when it activated The House of Wolves in expansion deux then maybe there may be some hope for Destiny 2 to make the right repeat.
While Shadow of War may have concluded Talion’s story, the game ain’t over yet. Designed to keep players around for the long run with fortress siege events that focuses on you strengthening your own army of Orcs (with effort or loot boxes), Shadow of War has a few new modes arriving in the next couple of weeks.
The Sims 4 gets a new expansion on Friday. Just in time for Peter Venkman to be proven right, Cats & Dogs will have you living together with your new furry pals. In anticipation of that, The Sims 4 will do some digital house-cleaning with a brand new patch. A patch that has the most hilarious fixes possible.
Destiny 2’s first expansion launches in early December. Called the Curse of Osiris, it focuses on a Guardian who has been referenced since the beginning of Destiny 2, a renegade back from exile and ready to draft in some new soldiers against his war with the Vex. Osiris may have only had a few seconds of screen-time in last night’s trailer, but that teaser still gave plenty of clues away as to what to expect when the expansion launches. Let’s have a look then.
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