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The Adventures of Gunslinger Joe, the first of three stories that make up Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus's DLC, has been released for the game today on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and Bethesda has put out a trailer for the pack to celebrate.
Playing as pro American football player Joseph Stallion, you'll be shooting your way through more swathes of Nazis in a new side-story while also using your Ram Shackle ability. You can buy it individually or as part of the Freedom Chronicles Season Pass.
As previously reported, the next piece of the Freedom Chronicles trilogy; The Diaries of Agent Silent Death will drop in January with the third piece The Deeds of Captain Wilkins to follow in March.
It's that time of year; bodyguards roasting on an open fire, explosive golf balls thrown at a henchman's nose. To celebrate IO Interactive is making the entirety of Hitman's Paris chapter absolutely free allowing players to play the Showstopper mission and last year's Christmas-themed Holiday Hoarders mission which sees you knock off the legally-distinct facsimiles of the Wet Bandits from Home Alone in a festive version of Paris for no cost.
Releasing as a special 'Hitman Holiday Pack' for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC the freebie will be available from tomorrow, December 15 until January 5 and anyone who downloads it in that time will get to keep it forever. As well as the story and bonus mission, you'll get access to all the Escalation Contracts, Challenges and be able to take part in any future re-activated Elusive Targets that are unleashed in the Paris level.
Any progress made and rewards earned such as the Santa costume will also carry over into the full Hitman Game of the Year Edition collection should you wish to purchase that later too.
Brian Fargo, head of inXile Entertainment, and responsible for recent RPG hits Torment: Tides of Numenera and A Bard's Tale, announced via a tweet that the studio is bringing their post apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2 to the Nintendo Switch.
First posting a picture of the game's menu on a Switch development kit yesterday, the port was later confirmed by inXile's own Twitter account as well as further subsequent tweets from Fargo himself, clarifying that the port would be handled by the same team who ported A Bard's Tale to mobile.
The news comes a couple of months after the story broke that inXile had just become an approved Nintendo Switch developer. There's no word yet on a date for this port, though inXile themselves are currently working on both Wasteland 3 and The Bard's Tale IV for a 2018 and 2019 release, respectively.