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Highlights: GTA Trilogy Remasters Announced

Did you miss something or do you want to have everything in order? For your convenience, we’ve made an overview of all the highlights of this week!

PlayStation 5 update improves console performance

Update 21.02-04.02.00 is now available to anyone who boots up the PS5 and is connected to the internet. Sony does not specify exactly how the system performance will be improved. Possibly this means that the operating system is slightly more responsive.

Sony released a major new system update last month that allows users to download an M.2 SSD to their console to expand storage space. 3D audio for television speakers was also added.

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Ubisoft reveals more upcoming Assassin’s Creed Valhalla -content

More content is coming to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Ubisoft has announced what players can expect.

Tomorrow update 1.3.2 will be released. This will fix several bugs and pave the way for the upcoming Viking Age Discovery Tour expansion, which will be available to everyone on October 19. In it, players can explore the world of the Vikings in an educational way, without combat.

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Sora is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Sora from Kingdom Hearts is the new and final fighter to be added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is added. Nintendo announced this in a livestream.Masahiro Sakurai revealed the character in a forty-minute livestream. He also extensively showed which moves Sora has in store for you. The last character comes out on October 19. Nintendo also unveiled the latest Mii costumes. You will soon be able to dress up your Mii as Octoling and Judd from Splatoon and Doom Slayer. These costumes will be released a day earlier, on October 18.

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kingdom hearts 3 remind Far Cry 6 is not a revolution, but it is a good Far Cry

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After Far Cry New Dawn’s experimental foray, Ubisoft’s narrative shooter franchise returns to the core: playing soldier on a tropical island. This time it concerns Yara, inspired by Cuba, where a fascist head of state almost begs to be cut down. Far Cry 6 is pushing revolution and anti-establishment down your throat, but Ubisoft, meanwhile, continues to cling faithfully to its own old regime.

Like with Far Cry being the rule, the game essentially revolves around the big, bad villain; the evil to violently overthrow. This time none other than Giancarlo Esposito has been roped in. The man who for many is irrevocably equal to Gustavo Fring from Breaking Bad, once again steps into the shoes of a calculated antagonist: Antón Castillo.

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Dragon Quest composer Koichi Sugiyama passed away

In a post on the official website, Dragon Quest publisher Square Enix says it will commemorate his work and mourn his passing.

“The is sad to hear of Mr. Sugiyama’s sudden death,” said Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii of the news. “In 35 years of making Dragon Quest, Professor Sugiyama brought the music of the world to life. He wrote beautiful music and must continue to live in the hearts of users. Sugiyama-sensei, thank you for such a long time.”

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EA is considering renaming Fifa games

“Looking ahead, we’re also exploring the idea of ​​renaming our global EA Sports football games,” the company says. “That means we’re investigating our naming agreement with Fifa, which is separate from all of our other partnerships and licensing in the world of football.”The Company emphasizes that a name change does not affect agreements with, among others, the UEFA Champions League and various national competitions, which again give access to players.

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Windows 11 is now available

On Monday, October 4, Microsoft started rolling out Windows 11.

This is a phased rollout – by the middle of next year, every Windows 10 PC capable of running the operating system have been offered the update. You can check if the update is available via Windows Update.

Microsoft also offers an app online that can be used to check whether someone’s system is suitable. People who want to use Windows 11 will need 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, a graphics card that supports DirectX 12 and a 64-bit processor.

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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition officially announced

Rockstar has Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition officially announced.The collection includes Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Rockstar says the games have been updated for modern platforms and include various visual improvements and other tweaks. However, the classic “look and feel” of the trilogy must be preserved.The collection will be coming to PlayStation 5 sometime this year, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC (via the Rockstar Games Launcher). The collection will also come to iOS and Android sometime in the first half of 2022. The existing versions of GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas will be pulled from digital stores next week.

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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition Update: Buy PlayStation 5: All shops and information at a glance

The PlayStation 5 has been around for some time, but is sold out at many stores. Below you will find all the shops where you can buy a PS5, with corresponding prices.

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512 GB SSD for Xbox Series X and S may launch soon

A 512GB SSD may be coming soon to expand the storage space of the Xbox Series X and S.

The Seagate expansion was advertised by various retailers, Windows Central reports, and at 512 GB, it is about half the size of the existing 1 TB expansion, which retails for $219.90. It is therefore expected that the smaller storage will become cheaper and is intended as a budget option for gamers.

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Metroid Dread does the series honor at

Metroid Dread combines the old, trusted Metroid formula with enough fresh ideas to bring the 35-year-old to revive the series. Never before has Samus been so fluidly controlled and the action so spectacular. The EMMI is an exciting break from standard exploration, but every part of Metroid is equally well thought out. However, optional upgrades hardly add anything in most cases and it doesn’t want to be as free as Super Metroid. They are minor missteps for a game that puts Metroid back on the map.

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