Top Four Gaming News For This Week

Cyberpunk 2077 fans have many things to be happy about as CD Projekt Red’s latest Night City Wire event highlights several upcoming additions to be made, with the biggest of them being the Phantom Liberty DLC which is set to launch next year.

Aside from that, a new gameplay video for God of War: Ragnarok was released to the media giving us the first look at the realm of Svartelheim and some reports claimed that Ubisoft plans on revealing several new Assassin’s Creed games this week. In this article from online casino real money Australia, we will talk a bit about the latest gaming news.


Cyberpunk 2077’s Phantom Liberty DLC With Keanu Reeves

CD Projekt Red previously announced that it’s working on an expansion for Cyberpunk 2077, and now a short teaser trailer was dropped during the publisher’s Night City Wire event revealing the name of the expansion. Set to launch in 2023, Phantom Liberty will be seeing the return of both V and Johnny Silverhand. New Edgerunners-inspired braindance was also revealed during the event and it is now available with promises of more updates.


God Of War: Ragnarok Gameplay Video Reveals Svartelheim Level 

A little waiting time of two months and we will be able to finally explore more of the nine realms with our awesome god of war characters, Kratos and Atreus. This made the first look at the dwarven realm of Svartelheim all the more painful as we wait for its release date. A gameplay video was uploaded by Game Informer, and we saw Kratos using the new environmental hazards to his advantage with geysers and ceramics pots exploding, and Atreus finding ways to progress.


Tencent Makes €300 Million Investment In Ubisoft’s Controlling Company

Ubisoft’s future has been called into question several times over the years. Now, the same is happening as Tencent reportedly made a €300 million investment into the publisher’s controlling company, Guillemot Bros. The Chinese company, Tencent, now own 49.9 per cent of the company, which also means that its stake in Ubisoft can now be increased to 9.99 per cent. However, Tencent is yet to be given any board seats or operational veto rights, and the company will not be increasing its stakes for eight years. So, a possible acquisition isn’t possible for now and USA casinos’ players can rest easy and play Assassin Creed.


Ubisoft Forward Will Reveal Several New Assassin’s Creed Games

According to several reports, Ubisoft is planning on giving us a look at the first two experiences that will be a section of the live service hub titled Assassin’s Creed Infinity. Codenamed Project Red and Project Hexe, the two new titles will let players explore Japan and 16th Century Europe during the witch trials. This will be revealed alongside the Assassin’s Creed Mirage at the Ubisoft Forward showcase happening this week.

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