Trine 4 launches later this year for consoles and PC, Two-Point Hospital receives another DLC expansion, the final episode of Legacy of the First Blade for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey premieres tomorrow, and more songs coming to Beat Saber.
A beautiful nightmare
The Trine series makes a return this fall to consoles and PC. Trine 4 returns to the 2.5D view from the first two titles with the adventure and puzzle elements the series is known for. Players will be on the search for Prince Selius whose nightmares are beginning to slip into reality which is causing trouble in the world. This has caused the Astral Academy to call onto three heroes to find the Prince and help abolish the nightmares. You’ll be able to play solo or with up to four players either locally or online.
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will launch for the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC later this fall. Should you wish to get the entire experience in one package, Modus is releasing Trine: Ultimate Collection which contains Trine 4 and the previous three Trine games. This special edition will be available at retail and digitally for the the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Plenty of blood to be spilled
The third and final episode of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Legacy of the First Blade DLC arrives tomorrow. In Bloodline, you’ll once again be taking down Order members while getting to the bottom of the conspiracy that is troubling both Darius and Alexios/Kassandra.
Along with the final episode comes a new ability, Fury of the Bloodline. Executing the ability will trap an opponent in an unbreakable fury of strikes from the spear of Leonidas. However, there is a bonus for using the ability which costs one adrenaline bar as it will reward you with three in return. Fury is quite the appropriate word.
This may be the end of this DLC arc but the second DLC arc, The Fate of Atlantis, will be premiering in the near future.
No one wants to be in the hospital on their vacation
Two-Point Hospital has some new DLC coming out in less than two weeks that will take you to a tropical island where the search for eternal life ensues. In three new scenarios players will treat 34 new diseases, 10 of which are visible. There is even a new horde mode of sorts on Topless Mountain.
Two-Point Hospital: Pebberley Island launches on March 15th on the PC for $8.99.
If you can’t beat’em, beat’em
Get your rhythm ready as more songs are coming to the PS4 version of Beat Saber on March 14th.