Our 26 most anticipated games coming this fall
Buchanan stated that “We didn’t do some things I know the community wants, such as being able build closer together or have CAMP overlap.” “There are some things that we aren’t fully ready to dive into at the moment. We can look ahead.”
From Adventure to Worlds, and back
Adventure characters offer the standard Fallout76 experience with full access to the entire world. You can take your character and clone it for Private Worlds. All of their progress and perks will be available to you. Buchanan stated that you can now have five World Links across your entire account. You can link your Adventure character to five Worlds or five to one World. Although we may move this limit up in the future it is where we started.
Private Worlds can’t allow you to bring back your loot, so your great legendaries and armor sets must stay in Adventure mode. Players will still be able to access Legendary Perks after they have finished playing on a World. You can still make progress and you won’t be wasting your time, but you cannot smuggle illicit loot back for other players.
Sonic Colors is being remastered to celebrate its 35th anniversary. This title was considered by many to be one of Sonic’s greatest achievements. It’s also a great remaster, especially when compared with the decade that followed the Dreamcast era. With misfires like Sonic ’06, it’s a lost decade. Sonic Colours switches between side-scrolling and third-person perspectives. It also features Wisps. These multicolored creatures are being enslaved by Dr. Eggman but can grant Sonic new powers.
Sonic Colors: Ultimate promises many enhancements and additions to an already ten-year-old title. There are improved visuals and 60 frames per second frame rates, as well as a new soundtrack, Wisp power-ups, cosmetics, and Rival Rush mode, where players race against Metal Sonic.
Available September 7th on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, Xbox One. Early access via Digital Deluxe Edition Sept. 3