Friday Trailerpack [VIDEO]

Seven games in one place.

Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty Warriors 9 got its third official trailer. (Don’t let the Japanese subtitles and its numbering fool you.) The open world game’s release date isn’t that far anymore: it’s going to arrive at the West on February 13 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Lost Soul Aside‘s PlayStation Experience demo is now available to watch in high quality. Unfortunately, this game doesn’t have a release date yet, but this PlayStation 4-exclusive still looks stylish and promising.

Japan’s Jump Festa even didn’t even start yet, but Square Enix already released its trailer of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT for the public. The fighting spinoff, which will feature multiple characters from several Final Fantasy games, will arrive on January 30, exclusively on PlayStation 4.

Yesterday, we already wrote about Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus‘ first DLC, which is now available on PS4, X1, and PC. The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe got a trailer as well – the former football quarterback’s goal is to clean up Chicago. (Or, in other words, get rid of the Nazis.)

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs was previously funded on Kickstarter, and after its PC port (which came out in May), a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch version will follow. Pixelated Milk’s PlayStation Blog announcement ( says that the tactical JRPG will arrive in Q1 2018 under the name Regalia: Royal Edition on the three consoles.

Patrice Desilets, who formerly was responsible for creating Assassin’s Creed, has been working for a few years on Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, which was announced in 2015. This game got picked up by Take-Two, who founded a new label for the „best independent developers.” It is called Private Division, and it already has two other games confirmed to be out via them: Obsidian’s unnamed RPG, as well as David Goldfarb’s and Ben Cousins’ (ex-DICE developers) codename Project Wight and The Outsiders, another RPG, will both be available via Private Division.

Free-to-play Fortnite Battle Royale‘s Battle Pass (which costs 950 V-Bucks) is now available. It’ll help you gain levels easier, and it will also provide you a few extra items to survive in season two, which ends on February 20. The game is already available on PS4, X1, and PC – the same can’t be said about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

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