StartCraft 2 and Elder Scrolls Expansions, Free Dragon Age Trial – Game Glance July 15

StartCraft 2 and Elder Scrolls Expansions, Free Dragon Age Trial – Game Glance July 15
July 15, 2015 TheHollidayInn

Dragon Age: 6 Hours or Your Money Back (It’s Free)

For PC Users, EA is offering a six hour trial of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The trial is only for single-player, but isn’t that the best part of the Dragon Age series? Here is a link to the trial.

Dragon Age™: Inquisition – Trial

Play StarCraft II: Whispers Of Oblivion Today

When you pre-order Legacy Of The Void. Whispers of Oblivion is a three mission prologues for the new StartCraft expansion and will connect the story to the previous expansion’s. Pre-order the game here.

Whispers Of Oblivion Is Playable Right Now If You Pre-Ordered StarCraft II: Legacy Of The Void

Venture to The Imperial City in Elder Scrolls Online

Coming August 31, players will be able to battle Daedric Prince Molag Bal who has invaded the Imperial City. Of course, with a new MMO expansions comes new quests, PVP, items, etc. Here is a list of the main content to come:

  • All content is available to players that are level 10 and up
  • A brand new PvP/PvE space, including the six Imperial City Districts
  • New quests and key characters within the Imperial City
  • One new Imperial City PvP Public Dungeon: The Imperial Sewers
  • Two new PvE Imperial City group dungeons with Normal and Veteran versions: White-Gold Tower and Imperial City Prison
  • The Tel Var Stone system
  • 23 completely new Veteran Rank 16 item sets, only available in Imperial City
  • Treasure Vaults that contain new Veteran Rank 16 set jewelry and a chance for even rarer finds
  • Xivkyn racial motif style
  • New collectibles only available in Imperial City (pets, polymorphs, and a costume)

Elder Scrolls Online’s First DLC Release Date, New Details Announced

Yager Left Because of Differences of Opinion

Meh, there you have it. Yesterday Deep Silver announced that Yager will be leaving the Dead Island 2 project. Today, the announced that the reason was because of a difference in opinions. For those looking for something more dramatic, sorry.

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