Fall Guys Adds Sonic, Ghost of Tsushima Gets PS5 Boost

Fall Guys Adds Sonic, Ghost of Tsushima Gets PS5 Boost

Sonic Costume Added to Fall Guys for Season 2

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout hasn’t been out all that long yet season 2 of the silly-looking, incredibly fun battle royale game is already upon us. Season 2 will be met with new costumes, including the newly announced Sonic the Hedgehog costume.

The costume itself is a bit ridiculous looking, but in a good way. This is to be expected, to a degree, since it is the result of taking an anthropomorphic hedgehog who is designed to look cool, and wrapping its imagery around an awkward, bean-shaped body.

The costume is only an aesthetic change and will set players back 10 crowns if they’re interested in completing the entire set.

Source: IGN

Ghost of Tsushima Will Benefit from Game Boost on PS5

Tweets posted to the Sucker Punch Productions Twitter account this week revealed some of what Ghost of Tsushima players can expect when the game becomes available om PlayStation 5 on launch day. For starters, the Game Boost feature will improve loading speeds and facilitate frame rates up to 60 FPS.

Additionally, players will be able to transfer their saves from the PS4, so the experience should be seamless. This should make the transfer to next-gen gaming even easier, assuming you can get your hands on a PlayStation 5.

Sony has said that more than 99% of the PlayStation 4 library will be playable on the PlayStation 5 when the console launches in November, 2020.

Source: Eurogamer

New Adult Animation by Marvel, MODOK , Coming to Hulu

Fans of the recent game, Marvel’s Avengers are well-acquainted with the character, but M.O.D.O.K hasn’t exactly been making waves in the comic world as of late. That might change in the near future thanks to a new show coming to the streaming platform, Hulu.

The show is called M.O.D.O.K. and will star comedian and actor, Patton Oswalt. It will depict the villain from a different perspective, seemingly focusing on his family life after the character has been thrown out of A.I.M, his own organization.

The show is also set to star Aimee Garvia, Melissa Fumero, and Ben Schwartz. Jordan Blum will be credited as writer, co-creator, and executive producer.

Source: IGN

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