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[Games Around the Corner] Week 14, 2022 - Zombies, Jedi, and Gods

This week, we'll be seeing a new zombie game set in Japan and a LEGO-themed Star Wars game. Counterplay Games' action RPG will be released on Xbox as Godfall: Ultimate Edition.

Ed-0: Zombie Uprising

Taking place in Edo era Japan invaded by zombies, players will enter the world as a samurai, sumo wrestler, or ninja to eliminate the hordes of undead. Gather items and learn skills in each unique dungeon to strengthen your character. Everything is randomly generated each time you enter a game so you can't predict what's ahead of you.

Ed-0: Zombie Uprising will arrive as an Early Access title on Steam on 4 April with 2 playable characters, more than 100 skills and items, as well as three main quests, five sub-quests, and three main bosses.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

The Skywalker Saga features an open world where you can experience any of the nine Skywalker episodes in any order that you like. Each episode will have 5 story missions with a total of 45 levels. Upon launch, 2 character packs will be available - The Mandalorian Season 1 and Solo: A Star Wars Story - each includes heroes and villains. Another 2 DLC packs will be available on launch day if you've pre-ordered the game: the Classic Characters pack and the Trooper pack.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will launch on Steam, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Switch on 5 April.

Godfall: Ultimate Edition

Godfall: Ultimate Edition will include the base game, the Fire and Darkness expansion, and three content updates: Primal, Lightbringer, and Exalted. A new Exalted update will also be available at launch, introducing new features like streamlining inventory management and a new recovery skill that will allow players to quickly get up and continue fighting after being knocked down called Knockdown 2.0. There will also be a new Spirit Realms mode where you can play co-op with up to 5 other players.

Godfall: Ultimate Edition will be released on Steam, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on 7 April. Xbox Series X/S users will be able to enjoy enhancements like variable refresh rate and Dolby Vision support.


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