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The first DLC for Guerrilla’s masterpiece in a post-post apocalyptic world inhabited by various tribes – and robots. Lots of robots.  For a start, in the trailer Aloy was in her insanely strong Shieldweaver armour, which negates a vast chunk of damage from even a Thunderjaw’s stomp. That seems to imply that the DLC could introduce a New Game+ mode with extra difficulty, especially as the Banuk chief – the most mystical of Horizon’s tribes – mentions the ‘glory of the hunt’. Speaking of, there’s also a new beast lurking in the smoke. It guards the Mountain that Aloy’s looking to delve into, and is possibly a bear or gorilla, judging from the trailer. Whatever it is, make sure Aloy is stocked up on arrows. She’s gonna need them.Lurking in E3’s The Frozen Wilds trailer are hints that Yellowstone National Park is the home of a new type of robot – perhaps even especially made for a New Game+ mode.There’s a roaring in the distance. Trees are trembling. Billowing smoke swirls around the tip of the Mountain, electricity crackling through it. Deep inside is a secret – one that you’re going to help Aloy uncover. November 7th 2017 will see the release of Horizon Zero Dawn’s first DLC, which sends the flame-haired Seeker, hunter, and unstoppable force of nature to what looks like Ban-Ur, the homeland of the mystical Banuk tribe. She’s heard of some kind of mystery that waits inside the Mountain, and although the trailer is barely 2 minutes long, we’ve gleaned some key details from it. Forget all the words, and take away just these two: Yellowstone. Bear. Ahem – or maybe that should be ‘gorilla’. The arguments for either animal are convincing to say the least…

Most of the details you can guess: there’s a new map, new weapons, and new settlements. 10 hours of hunting in the lush post-post apocalyptic world awaits, with Guerrilla’s Managing Director Hermen Hulst calling the DLC “very substantial”.

Release date: October 7, 2017

 

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A clash with the Bungie’s Epic Sci-fi Destiny 2, Playstation 4 is just the perfect platform for games like Dishonored- Death of the Outsider to enter the membranes of whole lot of gaming freaks. The new PS4 game comes up with a standalone expansion for Dishnored 2 that has hands and feet on the deadly shoes of Billie Lurk, a mechanically – enhanced assassin.

The game defines the character of billie teaming up with her old mentor Daud and the two of the partners have decided to do something unusual and they have that big plan over their minds to kill the Outsider. As in, the borderline-divine being that gave Emily Kaldwin and Corvo their powers for the sole purpose of entertaining himself. Good luck with that, guys. Judging by the blood-soaked, swift trailer, Billie’s mechanical sword-arm looks tantalisingly deadly, however, so they might stand a chance. It’s coming out on its own rather than as DLC for Dishonored 2, but that doesn’t mean it will stray from the grand tale of betrayal and redemption at the heart of the series. For a look at the other kinds of things Arkane Studios might do, check out our review of their first-person, sci-fi adventure, Prey. A guide has actually been laid on which is The hands  on preview of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, so you can start familiarizing yourself with the tools of the god-killing trade. A whole lot of excitement coming on the way as it is going to be a nail biting touch to the end. It will be mystery over the gaming surface. Hope everyone can enjoy such futuristic game over a big HD screen so as to feel the potentials of the game developer. And with the outcome of the release date which was 15th of September, this is a big number in the gaming industry.

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Clash of Clans is an online multiplayer game in which players build a community (in the form of a clan), train troops, and attack other players to earn gold, elixir and Dark Elixir. There are four currencies or resources in the game. Gold and elixir can be used to build and reload defenses that protect the player from other players’ attacks. Elixir and dark elixir are also used to train and upgrade troops and spells. Gems are the premium currency .Attacks are rated on a three star scale and have a maximum timed length of three minutes.

The game also features a pseudo-single player campaign in which the player can attack a series of fortified goblin villages and earn gold and elixir. The game has 2 ‘builders’ by default, but the player can install more builders by buying them at an increasing number of gems. Builders are important for upgrading any building. If all builders are busy upgrading a building, one has to either wait (if the player wants to upgrade a different building) for them to be free or complete another building’s upgrade using gems. To earn and store gold and elixir, players must build gold mines and gold storages and elixir collectors and elixir storages, respectively. Elixir is used to train new troops, carry out research in the laboratory to upgrade troops, to re-load X-Bows (available from Town Hall 9), and to build and upgrade certain buildings, mostly pertaining to buildings used in attacking another player’s base. Gold is used to build defensive buildings and to upgrade the town hall, which allows access to more buildings and higher levels for existing buildings. At Town Hall 7, dark elixir becomes available; this type of elixir is used to train and upgrade dark elixir troops and heroes, create dark spells (available from Town Hall 8), and fuel the Inferno Tower, a defensive building that is available only at Town Hall 10. The Eagle Artillery, a defensive building only available at Town Hall 11, is fueled by elixir. Town Hall 11 also provides access to a new hero – The Grand Warden. It is the only hero born out of elixir. To earn and store dark elixir, players must build dark elixir drills and dark elixir storages.

Clans are groups of players who join together to support each other, either materially (donating troops) or verbally (giving advice). Players can join clans once they rebuild the special Clan Castle building early on. A major component of the gameplay of Clash of Clans is clans facing off against one another in the “clan wars”. Clan leaders and co-leaders can begin wars against other clans. Each clan is then given one “preparation day” and one “war day.” When a player attacks a member of the opposing clan, they receive stars based upon the amount of destruction they cause to the opponent’s community.

The game has two kinds of barracks (barracks and dark barracks) and two kinds of spell factories (spell factory and dark spell factory). The barracks create troops using elixir (Barbarian, Archer, Giant, Goblin, Wall Breaker, Balloon, Wizard, Healer, Dragon, P.E.K.K.A, Baby Dragon, and Miner) whereas dark barracks create troops using dark elixir. (Minion, Hog Rider, Valkyrie, Golem, Witch, Lava Hound, and Bowler).

The spell factories follow the same pattern – the normal spell factory creates spells using elixir (Lightning Spell, Heal Spell, Rage Spell, Jump Spell, Freeze Spell, and Clone Spell), and the dark spell factory using dark elixir (Poison Spell, Earthquake Spell, Haste Spell and Skeleton Spell). All troops and spells have different properties. As the player progresses, several new troops and spells are able to be unlocked.

A new update to the game on May 22, 2017 released a new game mode, known as the “Builder Base”. Players can sail to a new island and create a new village, with a different set of buildings. In this mode, two players attack each other’s bases simultaneously. The one with the most damage or getting more star gets the gold, elixir, and trophies. You can attack only three times at once in 22 hours or you can spend gems for skip the period of time. The progress will be much faster in this base with the introduction of Clock Tower (temporarily speeds the process of upgrading and production) and Gem Mine (spawns gems at a very slow timespan).

This android game is one of the bookish games and is technically most feature in the google app store with highly classified ratings in the gaming market.