Welcome to the Nano Gaming News Weekly Rewind for July 10, 2021 where we cover gaming news stories and events that we missed out on covering over this past week.
After a two week unexpected hiatus the Weekly Rewind is back! This past week was all about updates and DLCs. Medieval Dynasty continued to expand the medieval life with Update #5 that added relationships and stores. In the DLC world Train Sim World 2 added two new locomotives on the Cane Creek Route. In the future updates are coming to Solasta: Crown of the Magister with the the Sorcerer Update next week and the VR sword game Swords of Gargantua is releasing the Tesseract Abyss 2 update in August.
Pathea Games is hosting a major beta event for their futuristic sports area game Super Buckyball Tournament that runs through mid-July. And don’t forget to read our review on Just Die Already where boomers unleash some major carnage.
Super Buckyball Tournament Major Beta Begins
Pathea Games has kicked off the Super Buckyball Tournament Beta event that runs through mid-July. Previously the 3v3 esports physics-based arena action had an open preseason testing event that allowed players to test the seasonal features of the game.
The July Beta event will feature the eight characters, three stadiums, and season pass system seen in the preseason along with three new characters, a brand new stadium, 4v4 and 2v2 game modes, new skins, and a newly added Singleplayer Season Mode. Murphy, Kenny, and Blade are the three new characters. Wastescape Town is the bame of the new stadium. Singleplayer Season Mode is a work-in-progress feature that allows players a glimpse of what it is like being the manager of a team of superpower talents working towards the Super Buckyball Championship.
Set in a cyberpunk future, Super Buckyball Tournament pits two teams against each other to score the most goals within a six minute window. The distant future is full of artificial intelligence, robotic humanoids, and humans with animal DNA spliced into their own. All of this is in an effort to give each contestant that edge in the arena.
Super Buckyball Tournament has yet to set a release date. Players can download through Steam and play in the Beta from 4AM PT July 8, 2021 until 4AM PT July 22, 2021. For more information on Super Buckyball Tournament follow @SuperBuckyBall on Twitter, join the Super Buckyball Tournament Discord or visit game’s website on the developer’s website here.
Solasta: Crown of the Magister Sorcerer Update Announced
Indie developer Tactical Adventures have announced that their tactical RPG Solasta: Crown of the Magister will receive the Sorcerer Update on July 13, 2021. The Sorcerer Update is the first major update since the game’s 1.0 release on May 27. Since the launch the game has received positive reviews from both users and media.
In the Sorcerer Update players can expect to see the Sorcerer class and Iron Man difficulty option which are two features promised to backers from the 2019 Kickstarter campaign. Along with these additions there are new dungeon maker environments, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian localizations, Mod.io for GOG along with bug fixes, ongoing polish, and stabilization. The update is expected to go live on July 13, 2021.
Solasta: Crown of the Magister is available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle, Steam or GOG for $39.99 USD. A Solasta: Crown of the Magister – Supporter Edition is available on Humble Bundle and Steam for $49.98 USD that includes the base game plus an environmental art pack, weapon art pack, badlands art pack, and additional dice with special FX. The Supporter Pack is available as a DLC for those who own the base game and can be purchased on Humble Bundle and Steam for $9.99 USD. The game is also available on the Microsoft Store as a part of the Xbox Game Pass for PC.
More information about Solasta: Crown of the Magister can be found on the game’s website at solasta-game.com or the Solasta: Crown of the Magister Discord.
Swords of Gargantua: Tesseract Abyss 2 Coming in August
Thirdverse, formerly Yomuneco, has revealed that the Tesseract Abyss 2 update is coming on August 5, 2021 to its VR sword-action game Swords of Gargantua. In December 2019, the original Tesseract Abyss Adventure Mode expansion was released to players which received much fanfare and positive reviews.
In the Tesseract Abyss 2 update, players will find three new enemies to face off against including the massive new foe Galossus. Tesseract Abyss puts players into the deepest layers of 4D space known as the Tesseract. Only by using weapons and coins earned in this mode, will players be able to continue their venture into the abyss where they can become stronger through equipment and abilities.
Swords of Gargantua is now available on Steam and the Oculus Store at a price of $24.99 USD. The VR sword game can be experienced through Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, HTC Vive, HTC VIVE COSMOS, Valve Index and Windows Mixed Reality devices. For more information visit the game’s website at gargantuavr.com.
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