Microsoft’s Project X-Ray, Legend of Zelda Symphony, Metal Gear Online Launches, Hearts of Stone Announced, Far Cry Goes to the Stone Age

Microsoft’s Project X-Ray, Legend of Zelda Symphony, Metal Gear Online Launches, Hearts of Stone Announced, Far Cry Goes to the Stone Age
October 7, 2015 TheHollidayInn
In Game Glance

Microsoft’s Project X-Ray Turns Rooms in to VR Games

Microsoft demonstrated Project X-Ray today which allows players to put on glasses and turn their room into a virtual gaming environment. The PlayStation VR has strong competition with these glasses.

Microsoft Announces Project X-Ray, Wearable Holograms for HoloLens

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses Is Performing on Stephen Colbert’s Show

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert gains a little gamification when The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses performs on October 13. The symphony will be playing new music fromThe Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (coming out Octover 23) according to Nintendo. 

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses Is Stephen Colbert’s Musical Guest On October 13

Metal Gear Solid 5 Goes Online with new Multiplayer Mode

Metal Gear Online launches today for Metal Gear Solid 5. The multiplayer mode puts players against each other in a bounty mode. As a player kills more players, their bounty rises and the other players will have more incentive to kill the player. Konami also released new missions and equipment for Forward Operating Base – the other multiplayer mode.

 

Metal Gear Solid 5’s Traditional Multiplayer Mode Goes Live

The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Announced

CD Projekt Red released a new trailer for its upcoming Hearts of Stone expansion. This expansion is greater in content than previous DLC and follows Geralt and his encounter with the immortal Olgierd. The expansion will include 10 hours of gameplay.

The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Trailer Strikes a Deal With an Old Friend

Far Cry Primal Take Players to the Stone Age

Ubisoft is taking gammers back to the Stone Age in Far Cry Primal, the next game in the Far Cry franchise.  The game is set in 10,000 BC and lets players play as a hunter trying to survive against beasts such as wolly mammoths and sabertooth tigers. The game is set to release on February 23.

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