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Jump Force, revealed as the DLC roadmap

Bandai Namco announced the Jump Force DLC series in August. They will include nine characters and the roadmap has now been revealed.

Ni No Kuni II: A trailer for the second DLC

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for the second DLC of Ni No Kuni II: The Destiny of a Kingdom. "The Legendary Book of the Magician", this is the name of the downloadable content, will see Evan and ...

Jump Force: a leak unveils the characters of future DLC?

Jump Force, the title that aroused the attention of every fan of the famous Japanese magazine, has finally arrived with a roster consisting of more than 40 characters. From a recent leak though ...

Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn has an release date

Final Fantasy XV players will be pleased to know that the latest DLC planned for the game, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn, is coming soon. The DLC tells the story of Ardyn Izunia, ...

Assassin's Creed Odyssey: the first DLC has been unveiled

Today, Ubisoft announced the first downloadable content for its latest Assassin's Creed Odyssey, released last month for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In...
Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV, DLC deleted. Hajime Tabata leaves Square Enix

Hajime Tabata, the man who managed to complete the complicated Final Fantasy XV project, left Square Enix, leading to the cancellation of the remaining DLCs planned for the game. The news arrives ...

Sandbox Mode for Two Point Hospital

Two Point Hospital, spiritual successor of the great Theme Hospital (some of the minds behind the project are the same), will soon receive an important update. In fact the developers of Two Point Studios have announced ...
Darksiders 3

Darksiders 3 will have two DLC packages

Two DLC packages for Darksiders 3 will be published. They are respectively called The Crucible and Keepers of the Void. Players can expect new playable areas with additional challenges, puzzles, objects and enemies. In The ...

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