- Tess Everis has returned from her vacation and is now back at her station in the Tower
Added a new currency, Silver, that can be purchased from console stores
Tess's booth has been given a facelift to reflect her new venture with the Eververse Trading Company
Lord Saladin has returned from his hiatus and brings new wares for Iron Banner challengers
Players who may have deleted their pre-order Ghost Shells after the Taken King Launch can now obtain them again from the Speaker
Fixed an issue where some Taken King Collector's Edition purchasers did not receive their Shaders
They can now be obtained from the Shader Collections Kiosk
Fixed an issue where some of the Year 1 Special Order Emblems and Shaders were not appearing in Collections
As usual, the full patch notes can be found at the source link.
The good news first. PS4 benefits hugely from the update, and our first stress- test in Crookback Bog shows the biggest gains in the shift to patch 1.10. This area's fog and water transparency effects push the engine hardest, and notoriously, prior versions of the game locked PS4 to the 20fps line here. But with everything updated fully, frame-rates now stick closer to the 30fps line across the entirety of our run. At points this gives The Witcher 3 a boost of 10fps overall on PS4, and it overtakes a fully-patched Xbox One version in direct comparison.
Check out their full impressions at the source link!
A portion of the review:
The balance that Dragon Quest Heroes walks between trivial fun and deeper strategizing is precarious. At any point in the 30-plus hours I played, I felt like it could have tipped over, leaving a boring, button-mashing shell of a game. Amazingly, it never did. Developer Omega Force has, perhaps more than ever before, found a winning combination of empowering players to wipe out thousands of foes while still challenging them to think and pay attention to the refreshingly colorful world surrounding them.
Added “Revenge of the Battle-Cars” DLC Pack, including…
- (DLC) Exclusive “Scarab” and “Zippy” Battle-Cars
- (DLC) Six Decals for each new vehicle
- (DLC) Three new Paint Types: “Toon Glossy, Toon Matte,” and “Toon Wood”
- (DLC) Two new Wheels: “Scarab” and “Zippy”
- (DLC) Two new Rocket Boosts: “Accelerato” and “Battle-Stars”
- (DLC) Four new Toppers: “Cavalier, Locomotive, Pixelated Shades,” and “Shark Fin”
- (DLC) Two new Antenna Toppers: “Retro Ball – Urban” and “Retro Ball – Utopia”
Added “Urban Central (Night)” and “Utopia Coliseum (Dusk)” Arenas
Added five new Community Flags and three new Video Game Antennas
Check out the full list at the source link.
SANTA ANA, CA – October 13, 2015 – Worldwide video game publisher, Little Orbit, announced today exclusive Amazon and Gamestop pre-order bonuses for its highly-anticipated adventure game, Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations. Fans can take advantage of these exclusive offerings only when they pre-order the video game at select retailers. The game will launch October 20 on the PlayStation 4®, Xbox One™ PlayStation 3®, Xbox 360®, Nintendo Wii U®, Nintendo 3DS™ and Steam (PC).
Gamestop Exclusive Bonus Offer – All Gamestop pre-orders for the PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii U will receive a code to download an exclusive sixth chapter of the game at launch for free! The Artifact Checking bonus chapter will only be available to Gamestop customers and will allow gamers to play as Marceline, the Vampire Queen, a playable character exclusive to this pre-order! Just like the five main chapters in Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations, Artifact Checking plays out like an episode of the show. In it, Finn and Jake discover that Marceline is having a yard sale and is selling off all the magical artifacts hidden in Billy's Cave! What the stuff?! While Finn and Jake set off to track down Billy's sword, Marceline must find and retrieve all of the dangerous artifacts she has sold and restore peace and order to the Land of Ooo.
Gamestop Exclusive Bonus Offer for Nintendo 3DS – Every Gamestop 3DS pre-order will receive an exclusive code to unlock the powerfully-awesome Sword of the Dead at launch! Striking an enemy with this sword temporarily turns that baddie into a ghost warrior homie that fights alongside Finn and Jake for short period of time. When the ghostly form wears off that enemy is defeated. The Sword of the Dead is one of five magical swords in the game, and once these blades are in a player's inventory they can be swapped on the fly. When it's "Ability Time" each sword wields a unique power. Schmowza!!
Amazon Exclusive Bonus Offer – Customers who pre-order Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations at Amazon will receive a BONUS for digital downloads at launch worth $5. Players can customize their device with Adventure Time ringtones, wallpapers, icons and more. Mathematical!
Based on the Peabody Award®-winning animated series from Cartoon Network, Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations is an all-new, real-time, fully 3D action-oriented twist on the classic story-driven adventure game where players must find and use objects and interact with characters in order to solve puzzles and progress through the game. Play as Finn (with Jake as your side) and immerse yourself in the Land of Ooo, talk to new and familiar inhabitants, bust some goons, and unravel mind-bending puzzles in five playable chapters.