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Co-Op Paint And Race Looks Wonderfully Unique

New Trailblazers Video Shows Off More Track Painting

In a recent video from publisher Rising Star Games, Trailblazers, the multi-platform racing title, shows off some of the things that make it unique; most notably the paint and race features that add a new element to racing as well as the co-op. While the track painting has been featured before, being able to see it paired with the couch co-op makes it incredibly exciting for us here at Co-Optimus.

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It’s Indiana Jones Themed (Seriously, This Game Came Out 5 Years Ago)

Payday 2 Content Still Rolling In 2018

In a move that proves developer Overkill lives up to their name, Payday 2 received MORE content as part of the recent “Spring Break” event (why they didn’t title it ‘Spring Break-In’ is beyond me). In the Henry’s Rock Heist, players will be able to break into a giant storage facility and steal some giant gold boxes. It seems right that the heist is named after Mr. Jones (his name is actually Henry, Indiana was the dog) but, unfortunately, this event appears to only be available on PC.

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Vehicles, Difficulty, Places To Explore And More!

State of Decay 2 Developers Stream More Goodies

As the May 22nd release for State of Decay 2 gets closer, developer Undead Labs has held a number of different streams where they answer questions in real time while showing off gameplay of their new title. In the most recent stream (which is now available on YouTube) the developer showed vehicles, covered some of the differences in the maps, and let players see how gameplay programmers go about surviving in the world.

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Landing “Soon”

Starbound Set to (Finally?) Head to Xbox One This Year

In a recent update on the Xbox Wire site, the team at Chucklefish spoke about bringing Starbound from the PC to the Xbox One. In the post, Chucklefish touches upon the different technological challenges as well as the hurdles of bringing a story to a sandbox game. If you are a fan of Starbound currently or looking to take to the stars when the game comes to Xbox One ‘Later this year’ the article breaks down the thought that goes into making a successful game more accessible.

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Snake In The Grass Update Available Now

Dying Light Receives More Free Content

In a YouTube video announcement, Techland, the team behind 2015’s fantastic zombie-parkour experience Dying Light, announced the sixth free content update to the game: "Snake in the Grass." While this update adds no Co-Op specific features, the entirety of Dying Light can be played in Co-Op with up to three friends, meaning that everything added are Co-Op friendly additions (wahoo!).

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Star Wars! So Much Star Wars…

More Original Xbox Games Will Be Playable On Xbox One This Month

In more great news from Microsoft, 16 original Xbox games are being added to the Xbox One’s Backwards Compatibility list. All of the titles either need to be purchased and downloaded through the Xbox Marketplace or played with a physical copy in the Xbox One. The first batch of 8 games is set to arrive on April 17th and the later 8 on April 26th. While a number of the games feature some sort of multiplayer, it’s the April 26th release of Star Wars Battlefront (2004) and Star Wars Battlefront 2 (2005) that feature the Co-Op we’re most excited about.

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Available Online And Only While Supplies Last

X-Morph: Defense PS4 Limited Edition Coming 2018

EXOR Studios has announced that their 2017 title X-Morph: Defense will be getting a physical release exclusively for the PS4. In a message to Co-Optimus EXOR Studios said “Our physical release will include the European Assault DLC and all the latest updates on disc. The Limited Edition box set includes game disc (region free / reversible cover), soundtrack CD, numbered certificate and collector's box. The game will be limited to 3000pcs and sold exclusively at online retailer Play-Asia.com.”.

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Translation: MOAR ZOMBIES!

Call of Duty: WWII DLC Pack Number 2 Now Available

The second DLC pack for Call of Duty WWII is titled The War Machine and you can check out all the game-changing features it includes - ranging from more Zombies to the V2 bomb (It’s a rocket-propelled missile, I Googled it so you don’t have to) - in the trailer below. Even if undead and explosives aren’t your thing, the DLC also brings new competitive multiplayer maps, including Egypt and Dunkirk as well as the Operation Husky mission that takes place in Sicily. All of this DLC is available now on PS4 and on an unannounced date in May for Xbox One and PC.

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Pixar’s First Lego Adventure

LEGO: The Incredibles Game Announced

The Incredibles 2 from Disney-Pixar is set to release June 15th 2018 and, just announced this week, it will have a Lego video game releasing alongside it. LEGO: The Incredibles features both of the Incredibles movies and lets players ‘...defeat iconic Super Villains that control the city districts in an open-hub world, including Municiberg, in a brand-new exciting free-play experience.’ The game will be released on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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