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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider’s Intense Gameplay Trailer At E3

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You may have missed it, simply because so much is going on at E3, but Shadow of the Tomb Raider dropped a brand new, intense gameplay trailer that portrays a different tone to the game, one that is certainly exciting.

During Square Enix’s E3 2018 presentation, a new trailer was unveiled, which you can see below, and shows a game that is expected to be the darkest in Lara Croft’s history.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is set to arrive on September 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Receiving Update in February

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The popular title Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is set to receive a brand new patch, but gamers will have to wait until late February for it to arrive, according to a post from the team on the official Pokemon website.

The post, which was celebrating all 1008 Pokemon, detailed that the patch is currently planned – “Update Ver. 1.2.0, which will include bug fixes and add functionality, is planned to be released in late February. Please look forward to more details soon.”

Bookmark that date in your calendars, so you can get the latest patch when it arrives later next month.

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Deku Smash Removed From Fortnite

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The Deku Smash has suddenly been removed from Fortnite due to “an issue”, which comes only after a few days after concerns were raised regarding epilepsy and the concern over the ability of to one-shot players, according to the Fortnite official Twitter page.

The Deku Smash made it’s arrival in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1, alongside a range of My Hero Academia cosmetics, and instantly became a popular, yet very powerful weapon that players could use to demolish their opponents via a massive, airborn massive projectile that can take down even fully shielded opponents.

It remains to be seen what changes the game will make to the obviously OP weapon upon it’s return to Fortnite.

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Sifu Heading to Xbox, Steam in March

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Martial arts brawler Sifu will be making it’s way to both Xbox and on Steam sometime in March 2023, and will also be receiving a large content update that will be available, and free, for all players.

The update, properly entitled Arenas, adds nine new maps that feature combat challenges, and overcoming them will unlock new modifiers that introduce alternative combat moves, cheats, and outfits.

Sifu is now available on PlayStation consoles, Nintendo Switch, and PC via the Epic Games store.

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