Today’s Daily Briefs: free 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia update for FIFA 18, but also…
- My Hero One’s Justice
- Yoku’s Island Express
- BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle
- Etrian Odyssey X
- SaGa Scarlet Grace
- Little Nightmares: Complete Edition
In the past, Electronic Arts released special editions of FIFA to coincide with the FIFA World Cup. But this year, there will be no such edition. Instead, EA is going to release a free content update on May 29th, adding 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia content to the game.
Here’s all you need to know about this content:
Celebrate The World’s Game in EA SPORTS FIFA 18 with the addition of football’s biggest tournament: the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. Available to FIFA 18 owners through a free content update on May 29, the FIFA World Cup™ lets you experience the greatest tournament on Earth through authentic gameplay, teams, stadiums, and more.
Play the most popular mode in FIFA 18, now with a fresh FIFA World Cup™ experience. Thanks to a revised chemistry system, FIFA World Cup™ ICONS, and dynamic player items related to the real-world tournament, FIFA World Cup™ Ultimate team lets you build your dream international squad.
My Hero One’s Justice
Here’s the latest set of screenshots for My Hero One’s Justice:
My Hero One’s Justice (Switch) comes out later this year worldwide.
Yoku’s Island Express
Here’s the latest trailer for Yoku’s Island Express, which is all about the story:
Yoku’s Island Express (Switch) comes out on the Nintendo eShop on May 29th in Europe and North America, and at retail on June 15th in Europe and June 19th in North America.
BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle
Here’s some gameplay videos for BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle:
And here’s the latest set of screenshots for it:
BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle (Switch) comes out on May 31st in Japan, June 5th in North America, and this Summer in Europe.
Etrian Odyssey X
Here’s the latest set of screenshots and artworks for Etrian Odyssey X:
Etrian Odyssey X (3DS) comes out on August 2nd in Japan.
SaGa Scarlet Grace
During the latest Nintendo Direct presentation, in Japan, it was announced that SaGa Scarlet Grace was headed to the Nintendo Switch. And last week, Square-Enix announced that the game would be released on August 2nd in Japan, where it will cost 4 444 Yen + taxes (8 500 Yen + taxes for the Limited Box).
Here’s a trailer:
And here’s some pictures, including the boxart and a picture of the Limited Box:
SaGa Scarlet Grace (Switch) comes out on August 2nd in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Little Nightmares: Complete Edition
Here’s the latest commercial for Little Nightmares: Complete Edition from Japan:
Little Nightmares: Complete Edition (Switch) comes out on May 18th in Europe and North America, and June 7th in Japan.
Yesterday, the latest development update for Indivisible went live. This one introduces some of the enemies you will encounter in the Kannul region, such as the Tzitzi, the Cihuateteo, the Yahui, the Cueyatl, and the Huay Chivo. Click here to check it out!
Indivisible (Switch) comes out later this year in Europe and North America.