Players Will Have to Chase Down Legendary Bird Pokemon in Crown Tundra
The Crown Tundra expansion packs for Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield are nearly here and with them comes a slew of legendary Pokemon for players to catch. A recent preview of the DLC by Game Informer has detailed how the content’s Legendary Bird Pokemon will function.
While the new Dynamax Adventure modes will see players encountering a ton of Legendary Pokemon who have 100% catch rates, it seems that they will have to work a bit harder if they want to catch a Galarian Moltres, Zapdos or Articuno. These speedy Pokemon will observe the player and flee, forcing them to give chase. It’s similar to the Legendary Dog Pokemon from the Johto region.
The Crown Tundra is now available for Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield on the Nintendo Switch as part of the game’s Expansion Pass.
Source: Game Informer
Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace to Release in 2021
Developer, Artefacts Studio, and Asmodee Digital has recently revealed that Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace will be coming to PC and Consoles at some point in 2021.
The game will be an adventure set in the Lovecraftian Universe, which is known for a creeping horror and nightmarish foes. It is looking like Mother’s Embrace, which is part of the greater Arkham Horror franchise, will respect this atmosphere. Players will step into the year 1926 where they can inhabit the role of one of 12 iconic protagonists to investigate a strange death.
While no firm release date has been revealed, Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace is set to release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge Will Broaden Batuu Lore
A new on StarWar.com for the ILMxLAB’s upcoming virtual reality experience, Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge , has detailed more of what gamers can expect from the upcoming title, which gives a new perspective to the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge locations in Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.
For starters, they will encounter the famous Jedi Master, Yoda, who is once again being voiced by his original voice actor, the legendary Frank Oz. The game will give players freedom to do a wide array of things and undertake a variety of quests. They can hang out in a cantina and chill out playing Repulsor Darts. They will experience a heist with the villainous leader of the Guavian Death Gane, Tara. Alternatively, they can undertake the role of a droid repair technician. There seems to be a lot of modes of play, and a ton of ways to soak in the game’s expansive story. Players won’t just be relegated to the Blackspire Outpost, either. They’ll actually be able to go out into the surrounding wilds.
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge is set to release on November 19, 2020. It will be available for Quest headsets.