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Weekly Round-Up: Uncharted Goes Gold, Nazi Zombies and more.

Sick Critic will now be releasing a weekly news roundup every Friday. The articles will cover all the big news whether it is game releases or big announcements from that week. So stay tuned every Friday to catch up on all the news you may have missed from that week!

 

First off our very own David Fraley had the opportunity interview the lead designer over at Boss Key Productions, Dan Nanni, to talk about the new IP Lawbreakers. Make sure to check that out here.


Uncharted The Lost Legacy Goes Gold

 

Uncharted The Lost Legacy has officially gone gold. Which means the game is finished and ready to ship, when its August 22 release date arrives. Also you should check out our article on why the game deserves your attention here.


Splatoon 2 Launches With Positive Reviews

 

Splatoon 2 launches today with very positive review scores. The game currently has an 84 on metacritic which signals positive reviews.  This is great news for Nintendo as this was one of there bigger exclusives this year. Make sure to check back for our official review of Splatoon 2 coming shortly.


Destiny 2 Beta Goes Live

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Destiny 2’s beta has gone live this week to help the developers get some feedback on the game to get it ready for its September 6 release date.  The Beta became available to everyone on the 7/21and will run until 7/23. This will give those who didn’t pre-order the game for early access to the beta a chance to try out the game.


Battlefield 1 DLC Maps Free For a Limited Time

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All of Battlefield 1’s maps are free to try until July 27 including the new map that just launched this week. If you own the base version of Battlefield 1 then you can try all of the DLC maps that Dice has released since the launch of the game, which should gives fans an idea if it is worth there money or not.


Call of Duty WWII Zombies Revealed

 

Activision and Sledgehammer just released a video revealing there much anticipated Zombies mode, that should create a lot of buzz around the game for its November 3 release date. This mode looks like a straight up horror game, which should excite fans as it is something far differnt from the Multiplayer and Campaign parts of the game.


PS4 Beats The Switch and the Xbox One

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Sony’s PS4 outsold the Nintendo Switch and the Xbox One for the month of June. Sony might have won June just because no one can find a Switch but a win is a win. Sony’s PS4 sold 331 thousand units while the Switch was well behind with 144 thousand units and Microsoft’s Xbox One only sold 77 thousand units.


What Remains of Edith Finch Released on Xbox One

 

The highly acclaimed adventure game made its way to the Xbox One on Tuesday this week.

Lastly, the Ataribox was revealed, which you can read more of here.

That is all the big news we have this week, make sure to stay tuned for anything gaming related here at Sick Critic.

 

Huge sports game fan, if I am not playing 2k or Madden, then I am probably playing the latest big release that week. Someone also needs to bring back the NCAA football series soon, please and thank you.

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