Destiny 2 Expansion Release Date Announced
Owing to Bungie and Activision’s on-going partnership with Sony, the first details for Destiny 2’s initial expansion, Curse of Osiris, were announced at the PlayStation conference. The expansion, which will be available to download on December 5, sends players on a hunt to find Osiris, “the notorious heretic and most powerful Warlock in the history of the Last City” in an effort to stop the Vex. As many suspected, the new expansion will be set on Mercury and though the trailer doesn’t specify what content is being added, it’s safe to assume that it will be the usual assortment of story missions, a new strike or two, possibly a new raid, new weapons and armor, and (hopefully) some all new modes for both Vanguard and Crucible.
God Of War Gameplay Trailer
The Norse-themed God of War reboot has been at the top of many PS4 owners’ wishlists ever since it was first announced and it looks to be shaping up nicely judging by this brief gameplay trailer. It looks like this section is from later in the game, as Kratos’ son looks much more capable and confident in combat than he was in earlier trailers, suggesting that these characters really do grow and change as the game progresses. With a release window of “Early 2018,” God of War is set to be one of the biggest games of the Spring and an important title in Sony’s exclusives lineup.
New Shadow Of the Colossus PS4 Remake Trailer
Sony previously announced a PS4 remake for the PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus at E3 2017 and has now revealed a new trailer for the game. Interestingly, the official YouTube description lists the release date as February 6, 2018 but as of this writing, Sony has not confirmed the date. The original Shadow of the Colossus was stunning when it was first released but has not aged well visually, so this remake feels almost like a preservation move in a sense, as Sony is clearly aware of how important this game is to some people. Judging by this trailer, the remake is going to be a stunner, but we just hope that Bluepoint updates the controls as well, as the original game feels quite janky to play nowadays.