This week’s Xbox One Deals with Gold and Spotlight sales are joined by discounts on a range of DLC and season passes.

This week’s Xbox One Deals with Gold and Spotlight sales are joined by discounts on a range of DLC and season passes.

We’re choosing The Outer Worlds as this week’s Deals with Gold highlight. Obsidian Entertainment’s excellent sci-fi RPG is reduced by 50% just in time for the arrival of its first major content expansion, Peril on Gorgon.

If you want to plug any gaps in your Battlefield collection, this week’s Spotlight sale has you covered with price cuts on eight games in the franchise. We have it on good authority that Battlefield V is in pretty good shape now

Other sale highlights include Red Dead Redemption 2, Sea of Solitude, and the deluxe edition of Madden NFL 21.

The Ultimate Game Add-on sale is also worth a look if you want to extend the life of a game you already own.  Season passes for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Dark Souls III, and Borderlands 3 are among hundred of discounts on offer for the next week.

This week’s promotions run until September 14, 2020. Here’s a quick rundown of the best game and DLC discounts, all of which are available via the Xbox digital games store and Microsoft web store.

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Microsoft has confirmed the launch date and pricing for the Xbox Series X and Series S next-gen gaming consoles. Here’s what you need to know.

Microsoft has confirmed the launch date and pricing for the Xbox Series X and Series S next-gen gaming consoles. Here’s what you need to know.

Both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will launch globally on November 10, 2020.

The Xbox Series X is now officially confirmed to cost $499 in the US, and £449 in the UK. Its smaller, sleeker sibling will cost $299 and £249. Pre-orders for both devices will open on September 22 from the usual range of retailers.

Microsoft is also rolling out Xbox All Access to 12 countries, meaning you can pick up one of the new consoles and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate from $24.99 a month.

Microsoft has also confirmed that EA Play will soon be added to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service. In addition to a rotating library of over 100 games, the service will also include access to Xbox game streaming from next week.

All eyes are now on Sony, who are expected to reveal the release date and price for the PlayStation 5 very soon.

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More than 30 games are coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop this week. Here’s the full lineup and some recommendations.

More than 30 games are coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop this week. Here’s the full lineup and some Thumbsticks recommendations.

We’ve seen plenty of retro-style arcade racers on Switch – and even liked some of them – but we have a feeling that Hotshot Racing from Lucky Mountain Games is the real deal. The game has been in development for some time (you may know it as Racing Apex) but has been helped over the finish line with assistance from racing veterans Sumo Digital.  Get ready to drift, draft, and boost, 90s-style.

We’re also excited to enrol at the Wintermoor Tactics Club. EVC’s game blends accessible tactical RPG and visual novel gameplay, presented with beautiful, hand-drawn aesthetics.

Popular game creation platform RPG Maker MV also arrives on Switch this week. It’s a full-featured program with a comprehensive array of game-making tools. The console version is excellent, although there are some limitations and usability issues. Read our RPG Maker MV review to find out more.

This week’s other new Nintendo Switch releases include AVICII Invector Encore, Othercide, and Vampire: The Masquerade – Shadows of New York.

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The Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity pre-order bonus is a ladle, but not just any ladle.

The Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity pre-order bonus is a ladle, but it’s not just any ladle.

According to the official item description, the Lucky Ladle can be equipped by Link and paired with a Pot Lid. It can also be fused with other weapons for stat boosts.

Ladles are commonplace in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and are often found near cooking pots. They can also be equipped as weapons, but are not especially effective in combat. It remains to be seen just how the lucky the Lucky Ladle will be.

The Lucky Ladle is only available to players who pre-order the digital version of the game via the Nintendo eShop. According to the small print: “This item will not be immediately available to owners of the package version of the game, but may be offered as a paid item at a later date.”

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity will be released for the Nintendo Switch on November 20, 2020.

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Nintendo has announced that Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity will be released for the Switch on November.

Nintendo has announced that the next Zelda game, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, will be released for the Switch on November.

The game is not the eagerly anticipated sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but it does serve as a prequel to the events in the hit 2017 game. Set a century before Breath of the Wild, it depicts the beginning of the Great Calamity, which leads to the destruction of Hyrule.

Like the first Hyrule Warriors – released for the Wii U in 2014 and Switch in 2018 – the new game will blend hack and slash combat, light puzzling, and more hack and slash combat. Link and Zelda are playable characters, as are the four Champions; Daruk, Mipha, Revali, and Urbosa.

The Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma and Koei Tecmo producer Yosuke Hayashi speak more about the new game in this introductory video.

Although it’s tempting to groan when faced with another licensed Dynasty Warriors-like from Koei Tecmo, developer Omega Force has proved with Hyrule Warriors and Fire Emblem Warriors that it can raise its game when working on Nintendo properties. Age of Calamity also looks that part, replicating Breath of the Wild‘s distinctive art style.

Players who pre-order the game via the Nintendo eShop who are the real champions, however. They receive a free in-game Lucky Ladle weapon.

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This week’s list of new PlayStation 4 releases includes an RPG remaster, a high school adventure, and content expansions for three big games.

This week’s list of new PlayStation 4 releases includes an RPG remaster, a high school adventure, and content expansions for three big games.

What do you get if you combine the creative talents of R. A. Salvatore, Todd McFarlane, and Grant Kirkhope with the financial acumen of Curt Schilling? Yep, Kingdoms of Amalur is back in a new remaster from Kaiko and THQ Nordic. There’s a decent role-playing game in here. Let’s hope the updated version smooths off the rough edges and lets it shine.

Other new PS4 releases include Necromunda: Underhive Wars, the first adaptation of Games Workshop’s popular tabletop war game, and EVC’s lovely high school tactical RPG, Wintermoor Tactics Club. We also have our eyes on two promising racing games: Hotshot Racing and Inertial Drift.

Budding game makers can look forward to the console version of RPG Maker MV. We reviewed the Nintendo Switch edition, and despite some niggles we enjoyed our first steps to becoming a game developer.

Finally, new content expansions are coming to Borderlands 3 and The Outer Worlds, plus there’s a Star Wars-themed game pack for The Sims 4.

We’ll update this post throughout the week if we receive news of any late additions. Here are the new PS4 releases confirmed so far.

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