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5 Big Games Releasing in SA this Week

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Speed, sliding, and swords! Here’s what you need to know about the games releasing in SA this week!

This week, we see the return of a veteran offroad racer, some familiar intergalactic heroes, new distractions for Elder Scrolls Online fans, and some more digital adventures to keep you preoccupied. Here are our picks for the games releasing 5-9 June 2017:

Dirt 4

Release date: 9 June 2017 (Xbox One, PS4, PC)

Codemasters’ latest entry into its off-road racing series skids onto consoles and PCs this week. The Dirt series was previously marketed with the license of the late Colin McRae, and while there have also been spin-offs in the last few years, including 2016’s well-regarded Dirt Rally, this is the first game in the core series since Dirt 3 in 2010. The new game will feature new off-road vehicles and tracks from locales all over the world.

How much does it cost? Find the best price here

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 2 Under Pressure

Release date: 6 June 2017 (Xbox One, PS4, PC, mobile)

After the first digital episode to Telltale Games’ Guardians of the Galaxy game released last month (and was well-received), the second episode drops this week. Entitled Under Pressure, this second chapter will delve into Rocket Raccoon’s mysterious past while the Guardians examine their mysterious new relic all while under pursuit from their murderous stalker.

In the past, Telltale Games have done a stellar job bringing the likes of The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Batman into concise, episodic video game formats, and their attention to Marvel’s beloved, intergalactic misfits, the Guardians of the Galaxy, is a perfect marriage. The point-and-click inspired game gives fans the chance to play play as and interact with Star-Lord, Drax, Rocket, Groot and Gamora,

How much does it cost? Find the best price here

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

Release date: 6 June 2017 (Xbox One, PS4, PC)

Longtime fans of The Elder Scrolls will be immediately familiar with the locales in the new Morrowind expansion (as Morrowind was the central location for The Elder Scrolls III) when it arrives this week for The Elder Scrolls Online. However, things are different this time around. Morrowind is on the verge of destruction, and it’s up to you to save it from a deadly Daedric threat. The expansion adds a new main quest, class, and PvP arenas, allowing you to embark on a dangerous journey through the iconic locations of Morrowind.

How much does it cost? Find the best price here (You do need the Elder Scrolls Online base game to play).

Wipeout: Omega Collection

Release date: 7 June 2017 (PS4)

Wipeout Omega Collection is a compilation of WipEout HD, WipEout HD Fury and WipEout 2048, giving modern gamers the chance to (re)enjoy the sharp turns, stomach-flipping loops, and zero-G racing that made Wipeout a cult classic. Throughout the full compilation, players will have access to 26 reversible circuits, 46 unique ships, a ton of game modes and a mixture of new and classic music tracks.

How much does it cost? Find the best price here

Perception

Release date: 6 June 2017 (Xbox One, PS4)

Perception is a first-person narrative horror adventure that puts players in the shoes of a young blind woman who must use her extraordinary hearing and razor-sharp wits to solve mysteries and escape a deadly presence. It’s full of spooky sounds, things that go bump in the night, and it’s not for the faint-hearted. But if you’ve got the guts, it’s one of the smartest and most unique games around.

How much does it cost? TBC

What game are you most excited for this week? Let us know by tweeting @MenStuffZA and commenting below.

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