PC games unveiled at PlayStation showcase: Alan Wake II, Metal Gear Solid 3 remake, Marathon, more

Recap: Sony’s latest PlayStation showcase highlighted what’s coming to PlayStation 5 (and PlayStation 4) over the subsequent a number of months. The presentation contained new gameplay footage of highly-anticipated video games like Alan Wake II, Dragon’s Dogma II, Murderer’s Creed Mirage, and a Metallic Gear Stable 3 remake. Curiously, all of those titles are coming to PC as properly.

Treatment lastly unveiled gameplay footage of Alan Wake II–the sequel to its 2010 psychological horror shooter–at the most recent PlayStation showcase. The studio confirmed an October 17 launch date for the PC model, solely on the Epic Video games Retailer, for $49.99.

The brand new footage follows the attitude of two protagonists: the titular author and FBI agent Saga Anderson. The acquainted surreal motion gameplay returns in current-gen graphics, having moved from a small city to a nightmarish model of New York Metropolis.

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The showcase additionally confirmed rumors that Konami is producing a remake of the 2004 traditional Metallic Gear Stable 3. Renamed Metallic Gear Stable Δ: Snake Eater (pronounced Metallic Gear Stable Delta), its temporary teaser did not present a lot aside from dramatically upgraded graphics.

A couple of in-game screenshots show stage layouts hewing extraordinarily near the unique PlayStation 2 model, signaling that that is doubtless a really trustworthy remake. Konami did not present a launch date however confirmed that the unique voice actors would reprise their roles.

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Moreover, it’s going to re-release the unique variations of Metallic Gear Stable, Metallic Gear Stable 2, and Metallic Gear Stable 3 this autumn. The corporate did not specify which platforms will obtain the re-releases past PlayStation, however their probabilities of coming to PC are in all probability good. The primary sport is presently accessible on GOG, whereas MGS2 lately received delisted as a result of licensing points. The newest announcement suggests Konami resolved that snag.

Ubisoft introduced the primary gameplay trailer for Murderer’s Creed Mirage, which launches on October 12. Set in ninth-century Baghdad, the footage suggests a return to the pure stealth playstyle not seen within the franchise since Murderer’s Creed Syndicate in 2015.

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Dragon’s Dogma II additionally received a world premiere gameplay trailer on the occasion. The sequel to Capcom’s beloved fantasy motion sport confirmed loads of fight between gamers, NPCs, and big monsters. The corporate confirmed the primary title’s AI-controlled companions would return, however the motion strikes to Capcom’s new RE engine, which powered the previous few Resident Evil titles. The discharge date remains to be unknown.

Bungie capped off the PC, er, PS5 bulletins by confirming rumors that it’s reviving its traditional FPS franchise Marathon as a survival-based multiplayer extraction shooter. It has no launch date but, however the brand new Marathon entry is rooted in PvP gameplay whereas incorporating AI opponents. Very like Escape from Tarkov or Hunt: Showdown, the sport duties gamers with gathering loot and safely escaping maps earlier than different gamers can remove them.

Different video games that appeared embody Granblue Fantasy: Relink, Immortals of Aveum, Ghostrunner II, Tower of Fantasy, Sword of the Sea, Tower of Aghasba, Avenue Fighter 6, and extra.


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