Fall Guys and Fire Emblem featured in this week’s releases | battle royale

fall guys: Ultimate Knockout and Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes are the highlights of this week’s releases. The fun Battle Royale competitions of jelly beans and the new action game “musou” in the universe of the Fire Emblem series are also accompanied by a large number of classic games such as Sound origins, Capcom Fighting Collection, Shadowrun Trilogy and more. Find out all about this week’s releases below, such as their dates, prices, and the platforms where they’re available.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is coming to more platforms this week and going free this week — Photo: Playback/Microsoft Store

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fall guys: Ultimate KO – June 21 – PS5XBSX/S, XB, SW

The chaotic competitions of fall guys come to all platforms for free, with crossplay and cross-progression. In this Battle Royale-style game, users must take on 60 competitors in obstacle courses and mini-games as they fight to be the last survivors.

Winners are rewarded with crowns and virtual currency to buy items and customize their candy, like new outfits. On Xbox consoles, the game will have a themed skin based on the Master Chief character from the Halo series. fall guys: Ultimate Knockout is available for free on PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox series X/S, Xbox One e nintendo switch.

Fall Guys has become popular in Brazil as the “Olympic Game of Faustão” — Photo: Disclosure/Steam

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes – June 24 – SW

Developped by Omega StrengthThree Hopes is the latest chapter in the Fire Emblem Warriors action series, based on the story of the strategy RPG Fire Emblem Three Houses. The game uses frenetic “musou” gameplay, where powerful characters take on armies with dozens of weaker enemies using awesome combos and special moves.

The plot follows a new protagonist, Shez, who can take female or male form, during the events of the War of Fire Emblem Three Houses, divided into three separate campaigns. The game is available for nintendo switch for R$299 and a demo is available on the console’s eShop digital store.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes brings the Dynasty Warriors “musou” style of gameplay to the warriors of Fire Emblem: Three Houses — Photo: Playback/Nintendo Game Store

Shadowrun Trilogy – June 21 – PS5XBSX/S, PS4XB, SW

In the Shadowrun Trilogy collection, fans of the Shadowrun tabletop RPG can find the franchise’s three classic games blending cyberpunk and fantasy with enhanced visuals for next-gen consoles. The package includes the games: Return of Shadowrun, Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut and Shadowrun Hong Kong. All tell stories of a future world where fantastical creatures like orcs and dragons coexist with advanced technology.

All three games are story-driven, but also feature traditional turn-based RPG combat. Shadowrun Trilogy is available on PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for BRL 199.50 and for Xbox series X, Xbox series S, Xbox One e nintendo switch for BRL147.45.

Three classic games based on the Shadowrun tabletop RPG will be coming to consoles via the Shadowrun Trilogy — Photo: Reproduction/Nintendo Game Store

Deliver us the Moon – June 23 – PS5XBSX/S

The adventure game Deliver us the Moon tells the story of an astronaut who is the last hope to save the human race from extinction. But for that, players will have to solve puzzles and find resources in an abandoned lunar colony. The game wins its version this week next generation for PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox series X/Swhich was supposed to be released in May, but was delayed.

As improvements, the edition will have 4K visuals, support for Ray Tracing technology for reflections and more news. Deliver Us The Moon is available on PSN for R$103.90 and on the Xbox store for R$92.45. The update will be free for users who already have the game on PS4 and no Xbox One.

Deliver Us the Moon comes to consoles after a brief delay with a story for human survival — Photo: Reproduction/Microsoft Store

disney Mirrorverse – June 23 – Et, iOS

characters from disney and Pixar are getting alternate versions of warriors in the Mirrorverse world, where the forces of light and dark clash for dominance. With the help of the Guardians, players will have to face creatures called Fractured, who want to destroy the Mirrorverse. They are well known characters disney and Pixar in new extreme releases, such as Monsters Inc’s Sulley, Maleficent, Baymax, among others.

Each of them will have their own powers and you will have to assemble a team with three of the strongest for action and RPG battles. disney Mirrorverse is available for devices for free android e iPhone (iOS).

In Disney Mirrorverse, characters from Disney and Pixar animations become warriors in an RPG against the dark forces of the Fracture — Photo: Reproduction/Google Play

Naraka Bladepoint – June 23 – XBSX/S, PC

The popular Sword Battle Royale has announced its first console version for the Xbox series X/S with new features, such as the new single-player campaign called Face Your Nightmare, which will be told in chapters. In Naraka Bladepoint, users take part in a competition against 60 participants and face each other in direct combat with swords and combos, always looking to move quickly through the scenario using a grappling hook. Next to the version for Xbox series X/S, the game will also receive a new weapon, the Twin Blades, dual swords that focus on speed.

Naraka Bladepoint is available for Xbox series X/S and PC by Windows Store for R$ 80, in addition to being included in the Xbox Game Pass at no additional cost to subscribers. A version for the Xbox One is also in development, still no date set.

Naraka Bladepoint brings popular Battle Royale to Xbox Series X/S with swordplay that feels like a fighting game – Photo: Playback/Microsoft Store

Sound origins – June 23 – PS5XBSX/S, PS4XB, SW, PC

The Classic Sonic Adventures of Mega Drive and Sega CDs are back in this collection which includes sonic the hedgehog, sonic the hedgehog 2Sonic 3 & Knuckles e sonic cd. These versions of the games have seen their visuals redone in high resolution, in addition to having new opening and closing animations. More conservative fans can play Classic Mode, which offers a similar experience to the original game, but there will also be an Anniversary Mode option with unlimited lives and full-screen usage.

The game also features a mission system that offers coins as rewards to unlock content, additional challenges, and special stages in the Museum part. Sound origins is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$ 214.90, for Xbox series X/S e Xbox One for BRL 226.06, for nintendo switch for R$214.95 and for PC through digital stores Steam e Epic Games Store for BRL214.95.

Sonic Origins brings the classic Sonic the Hedgehog games from the Mega Drive and Sonic CD from the Sega CD with improvements and extras — Photo: Reproduction/Microsoft Store

Capcom Combat Collection – June 24 – PS4XB, SW, PC

The collection of fighting games from Capcom brings 10 popular titles from the company straight from arcades and consoles with the addition of online multiplayer. Among them are the five games in the Darkstalkers franchise, some of which were previously exclusive to Japan, and, for the first time outside of arcades, the game Red Earth.

A complete list includes: Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge, Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire, Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers’ Revenge and Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire, Red Earth, Hyper Street Figher 2 : The Anniversary Edition, Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix (Pocket Fighter), Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness and the full game Super Puzzle Figher 2 Turbo. Capcom Fighting Collection is available for Xbox One e nintendo switch for R$199 and for PC via the digital store Steam for BRL169.90.

Capcom Fighting Collection brings some of the company’s best fighting games and never-before-seen titles to the west and outside of the arcades — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Wreckfest – June 21 – SW

The critically acclaimed racing game, spiritual successor to the classic Flatout franchise, is coming this week to nintendo switch. With intense conflicts that bring a hint of demolition rally, the game has small tracks, but focuses a lot on realistic vehicle physics in case of damage to the car, which can affect performance and even take the driver out of the race. In addition to conflicts, there are several other game modes that involve direct confrontation and also competitions with unusual vehicles, such as tractors, harvesters and even a couch on wheels.

Wreckfest is a racing game with realistic physics and a deep car damage system — Photo: Disclosure / THQ Nordic

with information from Metacritic, game informantPlay store (1, 2, 3, 4 e 5), Microsoft Store (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 e 6), Nintendo Game Store (1, 2, 3, 4 e 5), Steam (1, 2 e 3), Epic Games Store (1 e 2), google play, App store

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