The Coming Storm begins when an Ostian Dreadnaught, bristling with industrial might and an indignant crew, crashes into Ramsgate, the central hub in Dauntless, reshaping the sprawling city and introducing players to a variety of new NPCs, stories, and quests.
A new Behemoth, Koshai, the Sovereign of Thorns, stirs beyond the horizon.
With the fate of summer camp in jeopardy, Fastpass sends out a Coonstagram distress signal.
Team up with Fast Pass, Doctor Timothy, Professor Chaos and the newest member of the Coon & Friends, Mint-Berry Crunch, to save summer camp. veterans Vostok Games have made this decision together after closely listening to the expectations and feedback of players in the Closed Beta, which has proven a vital part of the games ongoing development.
This video shows off the game while desperately attempting to induce seizures, and the announcement fills in the details: Atari, one of the world's most iconic consumer brands and interactive entertainment producers, today announced that Tempest 4000, the long-awaited sequel to the classic arcade game Tempest, is now available on Play Station4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC via Steam.
Developed by Llamasoft and legendary game designer Jeff Minter, Tempest 4000 is a visually stunning, action-packed arcade shooter that remains faithful to the original, while adding exciting new features and gorgeous 4K graphics.
They celebrate the milestone by saying The Coming Storm is coming on August 9th, adding a free content expansion to the free-to-play game.
This adventure will also give players a new arsenal of alien weaponry, including: In addition, all Far Cry 5 players can access new Mars-themed assets in Far Cry Arcade, available now.
Map builders will be able to integrate these assets into their existing maps or create new sci-fi-themed maps.
It seems like only yesterday that Vostok Games announced a July 18th Early Access launch date for their battle royale game, but actually it was two weeks ago, and the delay is more than two weeks, so the beta feedback they say inspired the delay must have made an impression. The positive community feedback encouraged us to delay the release of the Early Access to ensure the well-received core experience isnt marred by technical issues.
Word is Early Access is being delayed by "a few weeks." Here's more: Originally scheduled for release July 18, Fear The Wolves' Early Access on Steam has now been pushed back by a few weeks. On top of fixing these issues, this delay will also allow us to further improve other aspects of the game, thanks to the masses of data and player feedback gathered through testing.
Ubisoft announces they are bringing Bring the Crunch to Windows and consoles on July 31st, adding new DLC for South Park: The Fractured But Whole, their cartoon-inspired, superhero RPG.