It's true! The #StarWarsBattlefrontII Beta has been extended two more days.
Play until Wednesday, October 11. pic.twitter.com/AeOvCdjSvb
— Electronic Arts (@EA) October 9, 2017
It has been announced that the Star Wars: Battlefront II beta has been extended by two days! Players will be able to take part in the beta until Wednesday, October 11th. In anticipation for the games release, gamers everywhere have flocked to the beta and have been blown away (again) by its graphics. When the original Battlefront came out, I know I was impressed.
Will you be taking part in the beta?
It has been revealed that Dragon Quest XI on Nintendo Switch will indeed use Unreal Engine 4 whenever the title is released. Square revealed this news recently and stated that the Switch version of the game will indeed use the popular graphics engine. As expected, Dragon Quest XI looks remarkable and if the game even comes close to what they are putting out on the PS4, mark us down for the Switch version. I love the portability of the Nintendo system so this is the version I will be picking up.
More news on this highly anticipated game as it happens. Stay tuned.
Rockstar has released an all new trial for Red Dead Redemption II and it looks wonderful! Red Dead Redemption II is headed to PS4 and XBOX One in Spring 2018 so be sure to throw down a preorder now.
Great news for Crash Bandicoot; the new N. Sane Trilogy game that was released for the PS4 has already moved over 2 million units sold at retail. This news comes from the good guys over at VGChartz. The website also states that the game had sold best in Europe with 1,141,964 units sold (56%), compared to 514,617 units sold in the US (25%) and 27,321 units in Japan (1%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game had sold an estimated 287,509 units in the UK, 161,700 units in Germany, and 134,170 units in France.
Positive news for the old platforming Bandicoot. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was released for the PlayStation 4 back on June 30.