A lot has gone on this week in video games. Here is a recap of what we covered in the world of video games on the site this week
Another week down and another week full of all kinds of information for our favorite video games. Or games that could be our favorites as we still wait for The Division 2 and The Occupation to launch. I guess it also goes for all of that DLC we are waiting on as Tekken 7 is getting an update and the Final Fantasy XV as well. It is always good to see how these video games will push forward after launch and then offer us much more enjoyment. That is at least the hope.
In addition to all of this news and updates for video games out there, we may also be seeing a few more changes along the way here. More reviews are on the way but we are also heading in on the event and convention season for our beloved video games too. Something we are going to try to cover as best that we can, but we could always use a bit more help on that. If you want in or just want to help, feel free to shoot over an email or message. We can see about getting you hooked up as soon as we can.
As with every other week now here is our list of video games we were able to cover in the news for the week. Have fun reading through all of it and hopefully you will learn something you did not know before. Until next week, have fun with all of those video games and Happy Gaming!
- Julia & Negan Are Getting Into The Mix Of Tekken 7 Soon
- Ardyn Is Coming Back In Full Force In Final Fantasy XV
- Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Is Getting Its Outlandish Grand Heist
- Amy Will Make You Sleep Eternally In Soulcalibur VI
- Eternity: The Last Unicorn Has Been Given A Final Release Date
- Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Is Adding In Some New Stalker Trials
- American Ninja Warrior Challenge Will Bring The Classic Obstacles To Us All
- The Endgame Is Upon Us In The Division 2
- See Just What You Might Be Able To Craft In Your Dreams
- It Is Time To Investigate A Lead In The Occupation
- Fallout 76 Has A Lot More Content Flowing Out There Soon
- Review — Degrees Of Separation