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Bungie Releases Trailer Detailing Destiny 2’s EDZ

Today Bungie dropped a trailer for the European Dead Zone, Earth’s new playable area in Destiny 2.  According to Bungie, the new EDZ is also boasted as the “biggest playable area ever created by Bungie.”

The trailer gives the first look at Adventures and Lost Sectors, which look to take the place of those repetitive, boring patrol missions (of the original).  Adventures are fully voiced side quests that dig into the lore of the Destiny universe and Lost Sectors look to be small dungeons with some kind of mini-boss at the end. With the additions of Adventures and Lost Sectors, as well as new Public events and new sub-classes to try out, it sure looks like Bungie understand what players want from the sequel.  Thankfully, with it’s release right around the corner, we won’t have to wait long to find out.

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Beyond Good and Evil 2 FINALLY ANNOUNCED (Officially)

Well it only took 15 years, but it looks like Beyond Good and Evil 2 is actually happening. After a beautiful CG trailer (below), Ubisoft announced that fans can “help them make the game” by joining a test server of sorts at

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is set prior to the events of the first game and is set to allow players to play with their friends in an “open sandbox world”. Hopefully Ubisoft gives us a little more information soon. Until then, just enjoy this gorgeous trailer:

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More No Man’s Sky Teased to the Public in Its Latest Exploration Trailer

Last week, Sean Murray, lead developer of No Man’s Sky and co founder of the small indie studio Hello Games, took to Twitter to announce that the highly anticipated space exploration game had finally went Gold and will be launching on it’s promised date in the U.S. on August 9th of this year.  A lot of hype has circulated around this game since it’s original announcement at E3 back in 2014, and since then players have been wanting to completely immerse themselves in the endless, beautiful, unknown regions of this PS4 exclusive, that has been in development for nearly 4 years.

Earlier today, Sony EU posted a new trailer for what seems to be part of a four part Pillar series; The first being titled Explore, and show cases many of the games various wildlife, biomes, and overall sheer size of the universe you will be exploring.  The other three trailers presumabely will be titled Fight, Trade, and Survive and will hopefully lay the “What do you do in this game?” question to rest.  In the meantime, click on the video below to view the latest trailer.
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Bandai Namco Releases Yet Another Trailer for Dark Souls 3

Bandai Namco has released yet another trailer for Dark Souls 3, this time including an extensive look at some of the enemies and gameplay, as well as an eerie cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors”. Click the video below to watch the trailer!

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Bandai Namco Releases Opening Cinematic for Dark Souls III

Praise the Sun! With just a few months away from it’s release, Bandai Namco has released the official opening cinematic for Dark Souls 3. Click on the video below to watch it! And if you haven’t already, be sure to check out the gameplay trailer for Dark Souls 3 here at Proven Gamer.

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Bandai Namco’s Brutal Action/Adventure RPG Prepares For It’s 2016 Debut

Dark Souls 3 is the latest installment in the Dark Souls series by Bandai Namco and has been confirmed to release in North America April 12th, 2016.  Since its release in March of 2015, Bloodborne has become a growing success, and fans of the Souls’ series who have explored the dark, mysterious world of Yharnum were introduced to a faster style of gameplay as opposed to the slower, more strategic pace that fans were used to in the previous Souls’ series.  Developer From Software aims to continue this style of gameplay in its newest installment by mixing the best of both worlds by enhancing the roll mechanic to function faster, like in Bloodborne, along with the blocking mechanic familiar in Dark Souls.


Bandai Namco released a gameplay trailer in December which was also later revealed at PSX 2015 that showcased the game’s improved gameplay, but at a price, for enemies were also as brutal and relentless as ever.  Players fortunate enough to make it through the wooded path are engaged in combat on a cliff side leading to a castle like structure only to be met with enemy spear-like projectiles from a distance, as if hurled by a distant foe simultaneously.  After fighting their way through the onslaught of enemies with Bloodborne influenced characteristics, players find themselves in a courtyard surrounded by yet another angry mob and a seemingly harmless Oak tree in the background….

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