author: Milosz Szubert
Xbox One X bundled with Metro Series, release date of Battlefield 5, second chapter, and other news
In the news: Xbox One X bundled with all of Metro's games (including Exodus), Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen on Nintendo Switch and the debut of the second chapter of Battlefeld V War Theaters.
Xbox One X and Metro series bundle
Did you want to buy an Xbox One X console in the near future and you haven't had a chance to get acquainted with the Metro series of shooters? If so, we have good news for you. On 15 February, the stores will receive a special set containing a powerful Microsoft platform with a 1TB drive, three games – Metro 2033 Redux, Metro: Last Light Redux and Metro Exodus – and a subscription month for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. The total value of the subscription was estimated at $499. Preorders can be placed here.
On 15 February Metro Exodus will also debut on its own. It is worth mentioning that on Xbox One X the latest production of 4A Games studio will operate in 4K resolution and will support HDR technology. It will definitely record with the recently announced photographic mode.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen headed to Nintendo Switch
Capcom announced on Twitter that on April 23rd of this year Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen will be released on Nintendo Switch, which is an extended version of the third-person RPG action from 2012. So it seems that fans of the Kyoto giant's console, complex and arcade combat systems, and fantasy climates will have a successful end to Easter. Owners of personal computers, Xboxes 360 and One, as well as PlayStation 3 and 4, have already had the opportunity to get acquainted with the title.
Battlefield V’s chapter 2 coming mid-January
We learned the exact date of the release of the second chapter of the so-called War Theatres in Battlefield V. According to the calendar inside the game (via VG247), A thunderbolt, as it is called, will appear on January 17. We don't know what exactly its first part will bring. According to the post on Reddit by the representative of DICE studio, all details will be officially announced tomorrow. In general, the chapter will focus on "vehicles and a new approach to classic modes: Rush and Squad Conquest." (via ea.com). It will end in March and will be replaced by another, entitled Trail by Fire, which will introduce, among other things, the battle royale mode.
In addition, around 17 January in Battlefield V micropayments should debut, for which you will be able to buy cosmetic items, and the first big patch this year.