Video game news 3/31/21: The Elder Scrolls Online next-gen release date, April 2021 PS Plus games, Genshin Impact PS5 release Warzone stim glitch No Man's Sky Expeditions

It’s time to take a look at some more video game news stories for today, such as the announcement of April 2021’s PS Plus games. Genshin Impact also received a release window on PlayStation 5, The Elder Scrolls Online will come to next-gen this summer, and more. Here’s the video game news you might’ve missed on March 31, 2021.

These Are Your PS Plus Games for April 2021

Sony kicked things off today with the announcement of April 2021’s PS Plus games. The list is as follows:

  • Oddworld: Soulstorm — PS5
  • Days Gone — PS4
  • Zombie Army 4: Dead War — PS4

Remember, all of these games can be played on PlayStation 5, thanks to backwards compatibility. Although, keep in mind that only the PS5 edition of Oddworld will be available through PS Plus. The PlayStation 4 version must be purchased separately.

Call of Duty: Warzone Infinite Stim Glitch Is Back After Latest Update

Like clockwork, the stim glitch is back in Call of Duty: Warzone, following the most recent update. The stim glitch effectively allows players to continuously heal themselves, leaving them invincible while hiding in the gas. This makes it so that players using the glitch can hide in the gas until the match is over, leading to an undeserved victory. It’s unclear if Raven is working on a fix for this, but it seems like every time a new update comes out, the stim glitch returns.

Read More: Looks like Call of Duty: Warzoneโ€™s stim glitch is back for the seventh time

No Man’s Sky Expeditions Update Is Live Now

The latest No Man’s Sky update is live now, and it’s called Expeditions. This update features a new game mode that includes cooperative missions — each one granting you rewards upon completion. In addition to the Expeditions, Hello Games has implemented a slew of fixes, such as improved pinning and performance/load time optimizations. The free update is available now.

Genshin Impact Will Launch for PS5 This Spring

The hit online action RPG Genshin Impact will finally be coming to PlayStation 5 later this spring, as announced by Sony and developer miHoYo today. The PS5 edition will feature “enhanced visuals, fast loading, and DualSense controller support,” as explained by the PlayStation Twitter account. In addition, the tweet is accompanied by a new trailer that you can watch below. Genshin Impact is available as a free-to-play game on PS4 right now, as well as on Android and iOS devices. A Nintendo Switch release is planned for an indeterminate date.

The Elder Scrolls Online Will Get Its Next-Gen Update This Summer

Speaking of next-gen games, The Elder Scrolls Online is headed to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S on June 8, 2021. It will feature enhanced lighting effects, reduced load times, and even the choice between visual fidelity or performance — giving you the option of 4K resolution or 60 FPS. As with many cross-generational games, those who own the base version on previous-gen consoles will gain access to the PS5 or Xbox Series X version (within the same family) for free. Check out its new trailer below!

Joseph Yaden
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