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Pricing Confirmed For Mortal Kombat XL and New DLC

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Pricing Confirmed For Mortal Kombat XL and New DLC

Pricing Confirmed For Mortal Kombat XL and New DLC

When Mortal Kombat XL was announced, more details about its characters and gameplay were revealed, except to the pricing. Players are so excited for the game, but they also want to know how much the game will be and what they are expecting as a compliment. WB Games has recently announced the cost for the new Mortal Kombat X DLC and XL edition and guess what, it still falls in line with the pricing range as expected.

Pricing Confirmed For Mortal Kombat XL and New DLC

First of all, be aware that Mortal Kombat XL consists of the base game and DLC Kombat Packs, that will be available for $60 on PS4 and Xbox One when it launches on March 1. (Unfortunately, it is not coming to the PC owing to the reasons that are yet to be explained by the publishers and developers). Meanwhile, the Kombat Pack 2 will sell for $20, and $10 less than on the first pack. As revealed, XL is designed to serve as the option for players who do not own the game and wish to get their hands on everything.

Pricing Confirmed For Mortal Kombat XL and New DLC

If you have the game but all of them don’t have the DLC, its XL Pack is set for $25, and has both Kombat Packs. The Kombat Pack 2 includes four new characters (Triborg, Alien’s Xenomorph, Leatherface, and Bo’ Rai Cho), and Goro (available previously as a preorder bonus) and numerous character skins. The first Kombat Pack is accessible for the Mortal Kombat X’s PC version, but apparently is not getting new content as represented in Kombat Pack 2 and Mortal Kombat XL.

Pricing Confirmed For Mortal Kombat XL and New DLC

Latest content aside, developer NetherRealm newly announced great plans to launch a beta test meant for the latest and improved online multiplayer experience.

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Yakuza Kiwami 2’s Brand New Trailer Dives Into A ‘Forbidden Romance’

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Yakuza Kiwami 2’s Brand New Trailer Dives Into A ‘Forbidden Romance’

The release of Yakuza Kiwami 2 is sneaking up on us and SEGA has recently released a brand new trailer giving us a closer look at the relationship between Kazuma Kiryu and Detective Kaoru Sayama.

Yakuza Kiwami 2’s Brand New Trailer Dives Into A ‘Forbidden Romance’

For those who look at Kiryu as the hard guy that we have come to know will get to see the more softer side of him, whilst he takes Kaoru on little dates around the city.

I have always said that the Yakuza series has such a great deep story embedded within it and just with this love story alone shows the depth of how far the games story goes and I personally can’t wait to experience it.

Yakuza Kiwami 2 is a full remake of Yakuza 2, originally released in 2006 in Japan and 2008 in America on the PlayStation 2. The game is completely remade in Yakuza 6’s Dragon engine and has extra Majima content not present in the original release.

You can pick up Kiwami 2 on August 28 on the PlayStation 4 and you can even test out the demo now on PSN.

All in all I always happy to see these trailers for Yakuza Kiwami 2 as its one of the games that I am personally looking forward to grabbing in August. The trailer is really cool and shows both sides of Kiryu

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse series Shipments and Digital Sales Reach 10 Million

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse series Shipments and Digital Sales Reach 10 Million

Dragon Ball Xenoverse series Shipments and Digital Sales Reach 10 Million

Bandai Namco have recently announced that the Dragon Ball Xeneoverse series total worldwide shipments and digital sales have exceeded 10 million units.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse series Shipments and Digital Sales Reach 10 Million

The first in the series, Dragon Ball Xenoverse launched for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC back in February 2015. The sequel Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launched for PS4, Xbox One and PC back in November 2016. Nintendo Switch owners received Xenoverse 2 in September 2017.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse series Shipments and Digital Sales Reach 10 Million

Bandai Namco have also confirmed that the third DLC pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which includes both Kefla and Super Baby 2, is due this summer. There will also be a free update which includes improvements to the game as well as costumes and accessories, and improved online play. Last and not least there will also be a fourth DLC pack for Xenoverse 2 which is due to arrive this winter.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse series Shipments and Digital Sales Reach 10 Million

I personally haven’t really played much of the Xenoverse series but its impressive to see that the series has sold pretty decently and that the company is still releasing content and also free updates. I doubt I will jump on the wave and grab Xenoverse 2 anytime soon even though many have told me its a great game as I am still pretty much rinsing the likes of Dragon Ball FighterZ

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Monster Hunter: World shipments and digital sales Announced

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Monster Hunter: World shipments and digital sales Announced

Capcom have announced the total worldwide shipments and digital download sales for Monster Hunter: World and have confirmed the game sales have exceeded 8.3 million.

Monster Hunter: World shipments and digital sales Announced

Back in may there was reports that the game sold around 7.9 units so shooting around another 4 million in a couple of months is a pretty good feat.

Monster Hunter: World was released for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 worldwide on January 26. A PC version will be released on August 9.

Monster Hunter: World shipments and digital sales Announced

Ill be honest this is a game thats been on my radar but still haven’t got around picking it up. I love the concept and just how versatile the game concept is. I was considering grabbing Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch in August to ease me into the series, but yet again I got a sneaky feeling that it might be another game that is on the radar but I fail to pick up.

Monster Hunter: World shipments and digital sales Announced

Let me know in the comments if you own Monster Hunter World and have been enjoying the game. Should I bite the bullet and buy the game finally or do you think the game is just over hyped?

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