Welcome to the weekly wrap-up detailing the major announcements, stories, and other items of interest in the world of Activision games. It was a busy week for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies fans with the release of “Ancient Evil”; Black Ops Pass owners on PlayStation® 4 can now explore the terrifying subterranean city of Delphi in the next chapter of the Chaos story. Not only that, but fans of Zombies Gauntlet challenges might improve their objective-completion with our overview of this game mode. Don’t forget to check your Twitch Prime either; account holders have access to a free Black Ops 4 content drop; check here to find out how to claim it!
With the incredible critical success of Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice, we made sure some of the game’s initial bosses received a good going-over, courtesy of some tried-and-tested strategies. Then Future Press, the creators of the Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Official Game Guide provided further knowledge, check here for a no-damage Boss takedown and book information.
Don’t forget the Bandicoot! Now playable at PAX East, Crash™ Team Racing Nitro-Fueled has turbo-boosted into the Sony booth, giving fans their first hands-on experience. Check here to read up on the first playable tracks, initial game content, and more.
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