The Daily Moot: Marvel's Avengers LaunchNews Picks
1. Marvel’s Avengers Launch
Marvel’s Avengers is officially here. The highly anticipated action-adventure game was originally expected to launch back in May, but was delayed until today in order to “polish” the game. Marvel’s Avengers features both a single-player campaign and a co-op multiplayer mode, each of which includes a diverse cast of heroes and villains from the Marvel universe. Marvel’s Avengers is out now on PC, PS4, Xbox Series X, and Stadia, and players who purchase the game on current-gen systems will receive a free next-gen upgrade if they buy a next-gen system in the future. You can check out the launch trailer for Marvel’s Avengers below.
2. Minecraft Live Mojang has made several changes to their upcoming Minecraft events. The Minecon Live 2020 livestream event has now been renamed to just Minecraft Live, and the new event now has a confirmed date of October 3. Minecraft Live is set to unveil everything that “Mojang Studios have been working on all year,” including updates for Minecraft, Minecraft Dungeons, and Minecraft Earth. Mojang also announced that the Minecraft Festival event, which was planned as a real-world event earlier this year, will now be postponed until at least 2022. You can check out the announcement trailer for Minecraft Live below.
3. The Division 2 Summit The Division 2 will soon be getting a massive new PvE game mode called Summit. Summit will take place on a 100-story skyscraper which players will have to clear and ascend one floor at a time. Every 10 floors will be a boss fight, with the floor serving as a new respawn point if players are able to successfully defeat the boss. Summit is live on the test servers now and will be free for all players who own the Warlords of New York expansion.
4. Hearthstone Forbidden Library Hearthstone will soon be getting a limited-time event called Forbidden Library. During the event players will be able to enjoy the popular Battlegrounds game mode in parties of up to 8 players, with ranked play limited to parties of 4 or fewer. Along with a pile of freebies and rewards, the event will also introduce new heroes, new lore, and new long-term single player content. Hearthstone’s Forbidden Library event will last 3 weeks and is set to kick off on September 8; you can check out the trailer for the event below.
5. The Witcher 3 Next-Gen Upgrade CD Projekt Red has confirmed that The Witcher 3 will be getting a next-gen upgrade. Called “the complete next generation edition,” the upgrade will include all DLC and expansions and will take full advantage of next-gen technology like ray tracing. The edition will launch as a standalone on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X, but will also be given away as a free upgrade to players who already own The Witcher 3 on PC, PS4, or Xbox One. The Witcher 3 Complete Edition is expected to arrive next year.
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