Another week here at 3Bit has flown by, and whilst our team of incredible writers and editors, who are all volunteers, are all incredibly busy, it doesn’t mean that we have forgotten about that all-important gaming news and all the great announcements and releases we have had over the last 7Days. If you have missed any of our posts, check out all the headlines below, along with any other key stories that have come about in the last week that you may have missed.
Greak: Memories of Azure launches on Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox Series X/S and PS5.
The Highly anticipated Humankind launches on PC and is also available via Xbox Game Pass PC.
An all-new Pokémon Present has aired, giving us tons of details about all upcoming and recently released Pokémon games. You can check out all the details here!
Void Bastards and Yooka- Laylee are currently free on The Epic Games Store. These are 2 games you do not want to miss.
Quake-Con Kicks off by dropping Quake Remastered on PC, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation. Quake 2 and 3 are also available on PC and via Game Pass PC.
12 Minutes has launched on PC and consoles. Have you had a chance to check out the latest game from Annapurna and Luis Antonio, with voices by Daisy Ridley, Willem Dafoe and James McAvoy?
NHL 22 has been announced and has some interesting new features that could change the sporting game for the better.
We could have all predicted it, but Skyrim is once again getting a re-release on the 11th of November 2021. This new special edition will be available on PlayStation, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. The anniversary edition will also feature free next-gen upgrades on PS4 and Xbox One and 500+ creator club elements.
A new trailer for Metroid Dread has dropped (below), along with a new blog that lists Samus’s abilities.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut and Iki Island has finally been released. Have you braved the journey into Jin’s past yet?
A new dev stream for Cyberpunk 2077 has highlighted some fixes coming in version 1.3. You can check out all the details here.
Halo Infinite will launch without Co-op or Forge modes, but the teams state they are working to bring it out within the first few seasons. Many fans are unhappy with this development, but hopefully, it will be worth it to see them working correctly with no issues.
With that, you are caught up with this weeks gaming news, but be sure to stay with us at 3Bit as we will continue to bring you even more from around the gaming world, with more articles and posts throughout the week, which will be filled with events from Xbox and Gamescom! For those who have stuck with the 3Bit team as we work through a trying phase, we thank you for your support. With each article read and post liked, you help us keep 3Bit alive and able to share gaming news from our independent perspective. We hope that any new readers continue to enjoy gaming news, reviews and much more from us too as we get back on our feet again over the coming weeks.
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