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On the heels of releasing a licensed Paw Patrol game, UK publisher Outright Games has announced a partnership with Dreamworks and Universal Games to produce a home console game based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise, also known as the Dreamworks Dragons universe.
Dreamworks Dragons Dawn of New Riders is coming February 2019, to coincide with the release of the third feature film, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Feb. 22, 2019).
As indicated by the title, Dawn of New Riders is a spin-off adventure that features new Viking hero Scribbler and his dragon, Patch. Patch is apparently a new hybrid dragon species called a Chimeragon. Scribbler sets out to recover his memories while exploring locations in the series, such as Valka’s Mountain and Havenholme.
“The first feature film How to Train Your Dragon debuted eight years ago and has since sparked a beloved franchise that has captivated audiences around the world, inspiring additional films, television shows and more,” said Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games. “DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders gives us a wonderful opportunity to be a part of Dragons history by partnering with Universal to create an original story introducing two new, very special characters. We look forward to unveiling more details soon!”
The original story and characters should allow for far more flexibility. It should be noted that both Hiccup and Astrid (and their dragons) are featured on the box cover, and Astrid can be seen in one of the official screenshots. It’s safe to say they’ll at least make cameo appearances.
Dreamworks Dragons Dawn of New Riders is coming Feburary 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch. It has not yet been rated by the ESRB.
Every seasonal holiday brings a Steam Sale, but the Steam Halloween Sale is one of the briefest. You can grab horror (and horror-adjacent) games for 20-80% off. But you’ll need to act quickly, the Steam Halloween Sale ends Thursday, November 1.
The obvious emphasis for the Steam Halloween Sale is horror games. You can find older classics like Left 4 Dead 2 (80% off), Amnesia The Dark Descent (80% off), BioShock Remasterd (75% off), and Vampire the Masquerade Bloodlines (75% off).
More recent games include Resident Evil 7 Biohazard (35% off), Prey (50% off), Shadow of the Tomb Raider (34% off), Vampyr (33% off), and Friday the 13th: The Game (85% off).
The horror game theme is stretched a bit to include multiple genres with horror themes or content. Examples include rogue-like dungeon crawler Darkest Dungeon (70% off), action-platformer Sundered (50% off), action-RPG Grim Dawn (70% off) and rhythm dungeon crawler Crypt of the Necrodancer (80% off).
Horror games aren’t the only ones on sale, however. Seemingly half the games on Steam are on sale right now, so hopefully you have your wishlist properly set up. Other highlights include No Man’s Sky (50% off), Divinity: Original Sin 2 (33% off), Kerbal Space Program (60% off), Dark Souls 3 (75% off), and The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt: Game of the Year Edition (60% off).
As with every Steam Sale we recommend searching games via Steamdb to track sales history. For example, 33% off is the lowest Divinity: Original Sin 2 has ever been. Useful if you’ve been holding out for the right price.
The Steam Halloween Sale ends November 1.
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