Destiny 2 holding cross-platform multiplayer beta next week
Bungie are testing cross-platform multiplayer next week, inviting all Destiny 2 players to a special Strike playlist which will award a special emblem.
Mobster strategy game Empire Of Sin recently dropped some details about mod support and the Precinct Update coming this year. During the Paradox Interactive event today, Romero Games announced that they’ll also be releasing the game’s first DLC at the same time. The Make It Count DLC is going to bring a new racket, five “fixer” gangsters, and their boss Meyer Lansky. Make It Count will launch alongside the free Precinct Update later this year.
Romero revealed a quick teaser trailer for Make It Count today to introduce Lansky “the accountant”. Sounds like he’s also in charge of accounting for dead bodies, not just missing money.
Phasmophobia is adding two new types of ghosts to the beta branch
The Hantu and the Yokai both sound pretty dangerous and they’re coming to the beta branch’s next update, the developer says.
Romero Games say that the DLC will add a set of missions telling the story of Lansky and the Fixers, which will let you unlock their loan shark racket as well.
Romero Games also recently revealed some additional details about the Precinct Update in their own announcement post. They get into some details on how your activities will affect police presence in your precincts and about the new supply lines you’ll be managing between adjacent precincts. They also get into a little bit more on modding, saying that they will be “gradually” rolling out mod support starting with the Precinct Update.
“You will be able to subscribe to mods through the Steam workshop and Paradox Mods and manage them through the Paradox launcher. In the initial stages planned, the modders among you can work on text-based assets like Lua gameplay scripts, with more modding capabilities planned for the future.”
The Make It Count DLC will launch sometime later this year over on Steam for £11.39/€14.99/$14.99.
Prison Architect’s Second Chances DLC adds new routes to rehabilitation
Prison Architect: Second Chances will launch on June 16th and add new ways to rehabilitate your prisoners.