It’s time for some more video game news, starting with the announcement of The Division 2‘s next-gen update, new costumes being added to Batman: Arkham Knight, the reveal of a new The Last of Us Part II trailer that focuses on Abby, and more. Here’s the video game news you might’ve missed on Dec. 3, 2020.
New Batman: Arkham Knight Update Adds More Costumes
Unbelievably, a new free update for Batman: Arkham Knight has gone live, adding two additional costumes for you to enjoy. Players will gain access to the Zur En Arrh and Anime skins as a little holiday “gift,” courtesy of developer Rocksteady Studios. Batman: Arkham Knight launched back in 2015, so it’s impressive to see it continue to get support over five years later.
You asked, and we couldn’t help but answer with a little gift just in time for the holiday season. From today, all Batman: Arkham Knight players can access the Zur En Arrh and Anime Batman skins via a free update. pic.twitter.com/6zdKt2ouWC
— Rocksteady Studios (@RocksteadyGames) December 3, 2020
State of Decay 2 Adds New Lethal Zone Mode
Apparently, State of Decay 2 players have been begging for harder zombies. So much so that developer Undead Labs has implemented a new Lethal Zone mode, which the team refers to as “the very toughest version of State of Decay 2 that you’ve ever seen.” The update is live now and also includes enhancements for Xbox Series X | S, allowing 60 FPS at up to 4K resolution.
— State Of Decay 2 (@StateOfDecay) December 2, 2020
Check Out the Latest Temtem Gameplay Overview for PS5
Wouldn’t it be nice if Pokémon were on PlayStation platforms? Well, that’ll likely never happen, but the next best thing is coming to PlayStation 5 and it’s an MMORPG called Temtem. Today, a new gameplay overview was released for the PS5 version ahead of its launch next week. In it, we get to see just how it’ll play on PS5, giving you a look at the starter Temtem — just like there are starters in Pokémon. Check it out below!
Here’s What to Expect from No Straight Roads’ Christmas Update
A new free update to music-rhythm game No Straight Roads has been announced, and it focuses on the holiday season. Titled the “Christmas Edition,” the free update will remix the game with special holiday-themed music, cosmetics, and other wintry visuals to enhance the experience across all platforms. Oddly, the update is set to release this week but doesn’t have a specific launch date.
Sony Released a New The Last of Us Part II Trailer Focusing on Abby
Today, Sony released a new trailer for The Last of Us Part II, focusing on one of the game’s most important characters, Abby. Without getting into spoilers, Abby plays a pivotal role in the outcome of the story but is a character who was met with much controversy among the community. If you haven’t played The Last of Us Part II yet, you should probably avoid watching the latest trailer, as it does get into slight spoilers.