Sorry for the late roundup this week, family showed up unannounced, one of the downsides of working from home. Oh well, at least I can still do this in my pajamas, right. So without further ado, here’s everything from this week that we almost missed.
ARK: Survival Evolved
Fear Evolved 2 brings skeleton dinos, pumpkin patches and even clowns to the world of ARK. Along with this update comes many new improvements and content from the PC version, you can find all the notes on that: here.
Don’t Knock Twice
This is a first-person horror game being developed alongside the movie and has a quarter one 2017 release date. Other than this VR demo (sorry) there’s not much other footage out there for this game yet.
The Little Acre
Pewter Games nails down a date for it’s new point-and-click adventure, coming our way November 22, 2016.
Osiris: New Dawn
In development for five years, Fenix Fire Entertainment finally announced their upcoming sci-fi space survival game will be coming our way via ID@Xbox.
Star Trek Online
Across PS4 and XB1 Star Trek Online has officially reached 1 million players.The factions are broke down as such: 68% Starfleet, 20% Klingon, 12% Romulan and a total of 1,617 fleets in service. We tip our hats to yu Arc.
Waililng Heights, a town of undead where you have just been accused of “not being dead yet,” is making its way to Xbox One. It is be described by Stephen Downey (Outsider Games) as a “body-hopping musical adventure game,” you can read more about the upcoming game in his article on xbox.com.