Microsoft has announced that they will be releasing a “starter” version of Project Spark on October 7th in North America, October 9th in Australasia, and on October 10th in Europe. For now, this retail version (called the Project Spark Starter Pack), will only be on Xbox One. You’ll also be able to download the same content on the release date on Xbox One & PC. No info was mentioned about the Xbox 360 version.
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Respawn Entertainment has announced the next DLC expansion pack for Titanfall. It’s called Frontier’s Edge. A release date has not been announced thus far, but it will be available as an individual purchase of $9.99/£7.99 or as part of the Season Pass for $24.99/£19.99.
Frontier’s Edge sees players taking the battle to the frontier of Titanfall. A war is breaking out with the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation (IMC) and the Militia. Features added in this DLC include parkour wall running, double jumps, and a new ability that will allow you to hijack a titan.
2K Games & Gearbox have announced a brand new game called Battleborn. It’s described as a “hero-shooter” as well as a “First-Person MOBA.” Battleborn will take place in a futuristic version of sci-fi/fantasy universe. The game will feature a co-op campaign, as well as competitive multiplayer. The game is scheduled to be released on PC, PlayStation 4, & Xbox One sometime during Fiscal Year 2016 which should mean somewhere between April 2015 and March 2016.
Following up on the beta announcement, Activison & Bungie also revealed details about the collector’s editions Destiny will be receiving. It will come in 3 different varieties, the Ghost Edition, Limited Edition, and the Digital Guardian Edition. The Ghost Edition & Limited Edition both come with the following:
- The game
- SteelBook Case
- Early access to Vanguard weapons & gear
- An exclusive Vanguard player emblem
- The Guardian Folio which itself contains:
- Field Guide covering arms & armaments
- Golden Age postcards
- An antique star chart
- The Collector’s Edition Digital Content Pack which comes with:
- A special Ghost casing
- Another exclusive player emblem
- An exclusive player ship style
- The Destiny Expansion Pass which includes:
- Expansion I: The Dark Below – Explore beneath the Moon’s surface and face off with an evil enemy and his army from Hellmouth
- Expansion II: House of Wolves – Details TBA
- Limited time exclusive content for PS4 & PS3 for both expansions
The Ghost Edition also includes the following:
- A Ghost replica voiced by the Ghost’s actual in-game voice actor, Peter Dinklage
- Intro letter
- Relics from the Golden Age – Photo, Sticker, Patch, and 2 Traveler slides
The third and final edition announced (thus far), the Digital Guardian Edition comes with a digital download of the game, the Expansion Pass, and the Collector’s Edition Digital Content Pack.
Each of these items will be priced as follows:
- Ghost Edition: $149.99/£149.99
- Limited Edition: $99.99/£94.99
- Destiny Digital Guardian Edition: $89.99/£84.99
Additionally, the Expansion Pass will be sold separately for $34.99/£34.99. Its expansions, I & II, will be sold individually as well and will be priced at $19.99/£19.99 respectively.
Activision & Bungie have announced the start date for the Destiny beta. It will begin on July 17th for PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 3 owners. On Xbox One & Xbox 360, the beta will start one week later on July 23rd. The beta will be down for maintenance on July 21st & 22nd and will then reopen on the 23rd and remain open until July 28th.