Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

This is your latest Weekly News Roundup. Every week we gather together last week's most prominent news from right here at KeenGamer for the busier folks out there looking for more bitesize news. This week we take a look at a ton of Monster Hunter news, Ubisoft’s ambitions going into the future, new Switch games and much more.
Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

All You Can Eat Monster Hunter News

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

The Iceborn expansion is going to bring bucketloads of new monsters and content

It’s been a busy week here for our Monster Hunter fans at KeenGamer as they have covered all the updates fellow hunters will want to know. A fan favourite beast of past generations is soon to make a return. With it, the Iceborne update will bring a new elder dragon into the mix, and that’s not all. Capcom are not short on creative ideas as plenty more new monsters are set to be added to your bestiary. 

Grab Some Free Dragon Quest on The Switch

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

10 hours of free Dragon Quest XI is up for grabs for all Switch owners

Dragon Quest has been around for a very long time. In fact, the latest in the series makes its eleventh entry. Still critically acclaimed after all this time, any curious to dive into the Dragon Quest universe now has a pretty good chance. Dragon Quest XI currently offers ten hours of free gameplay for curious Switch owners. It may well be time you dove in to see what all the fuss is about. 

PlayStation 5 Design Leaked

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

PlayStation 5 look has been leaked

The internet has been abuzz about the PlayStation 5 ever since Mark Cerny, Lead Architect, has gotten a little more loose lipped on the console’s specs. He’s given us an idea as to what kind of a gaming it is going to be but neither he nor any of his colleagues have divulged what it will look like. Only, a patent for the next-gen console’s design has leaked which gives quite a lot away…

He Said He’ll Be Back

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

… and he is! The T-800 is set to make a new arrival to MK11 alongside the Joker and Spawn

When Arnold Schwarzenegger said “I’ll be back” in The Terminator, he wasn’t joking. Even a crushing death for the T-800 Terminator wasn’t enough to stop him coming back for Mortal Kombat 11. The series has a rich history of enjoying rambunctious character additions as DLC and MK11 is no exception. Alongside the T-800, we’ll also get the Joker and Spawn

An Xbox Exclusive Makes Its Way To The Switch

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

Ori and The Blind Forest is a classic for Xbox owners. Soon it will be for Switch owners too

Last week, we discussed the close partnership between Microsoft and Nintendo. It’s rarely discussed but it basically means Xbox exclusives could ultimately find their way into the hands of Switch users. The first entry of which is Ori and The Blind Forest. Check out our coverage to learn how to grab this classic indie on the go. 

Insomniac Joins The PlayStation Family

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

The rip roaring success of Insomniac’s Spiderman was enough to coax Sony into acquiring the studio for future projects

Insomniac Games have had a long and rich history of providing excellent games to Sony. Such exclusives include Spyro and Ratchet & Clank. Recently, what many consider their magnum opus released – Spider-Man. After spending decades proving their worth, it would appear Sony has deemed them fit to join the family. With Insomniac being acquired by Sony, we can probably bet there won’t be another Sunset Overdrive

Elea Is Brief But Fantastic

Weekly News Roundup Issue #66

This sci-fi puzzle thriller could be you next great gaming experience

Our most highly rated review of the week comes in the form of Elea. A sci-fi setting that offers a strong narrative and a flare for the dramatic. That’s in no small part thanks to the amazing look of Elea. While the game is brief, its price point more than makes up for it. Our quick and comprehensive review tells you all you need to know.

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