This week in video game trailers: PUBG Mobile, Shadow of the Colossus, Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Check out six hot video game trailers released over the past seven days, including those for the eagerly awaited “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds M”, 2018 visual feast “Shadow of the Colossus”, and just-released Nintendo Switch epic “Xenoblade Chronicles 2”, plus “Civilization VI” and “Rome II” expansions and the “Destiny 2” trial on top.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds M
A first trailer for one of two Chinese-facing mobile editions of PC blockbuster “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds”, which appears to have added battleships and helicopters to the original’s intense 100-person island-bound elimination formula.
Shadow of the Colossus – Developer Commentary
The third release of this PlayStation 2 classic and by far the most visually impressive yet, based on this introductory section taken from the Feb. 6, 2018 PlayStation 4 work-in-progress.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Launch Trailer
Offering a taste of the characters, costumes and sense of scale contained within Nintendo’s second open-world adventure for the Nintendo Switch, following “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” in March. Launched Dec. 1.
Civilization VI: Rise and Fall
The first expansion for “Civilization VI” aims to reflect the mutable nature of empire-building projects, with golden eras and dark ages becoming part of the experience. Feb. 8, 2018 on Windows PC.
Total War Rome II – Empire Divided
Delving into the third century AD reign of Emperor Aurelian, who came to power at a time of economic, political and military instability. Out now on Windows PC.
Destiny 2 – Free Trial
Announcing the availability of a free trial for multiplayer action game “Destiny 2” on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Includes all story content from the first two planets, Crucible Quickplay mode, social space The Farm and character progression to level 7. JB
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