PUBG Season 9 Is Out Today With A New Map, A Special Event, And A Fresh Approach To The Season


PUBG Season 9 Is Out Today With A New Map, A Special Event, And A Fresh Approach To The Season

PUBG Season 9 starts today, featuring a brand new map (Paramo), a special event tied to the new map, and a different approach to the layout of the season.

This Season looks a little different than the typical PUBG offering and the season will only last for two months. It will be split into two separate season passes that are linked to two big updates happening soon.

First up, the biggest part of Season 9 is the brand new map, Paramo. This is one of the most complex PUBG maps so far, even if it’s one of the smallest.

This is because Paramo has the most dynamic map features so far. Sure, there have been weather changes on other PUBG maps, but Paramo is the first map that will really change from match to match.

Paramo is situated around a volcanic eruption – this will probably mean landscape changes every match, bringing a fresh approach to every time you drop.

The map also features a Helicopter rather than a plane, both to drop players over the map and to deliver supply packages. What’s different this time around? You can just shoot down the Helicopter if you want the package on your head.

Paramo is also the perfect setting for the season-long event and special game mode being introduced for Season 9. A teaser trailer came out two weeks ago and seems to reference the Fountain of Youth and the mysterious place of Paramo.

It’s great that PUBG is trying to introduce more lore into the game – it makes for a good gameplay experience, especially with the spooky month of October in full swing.

The last major change to Season 9 of PUBG is the fact the season is actually split into two season passes. With the launch of Season 9 and Update 9.1 the classic type of season pass will be available.

This only lasts for two months before Update 9.2 and the introduction of a new pass. The first pass is focused on the new map whereas the second pass focuses on an iconic PUBG character. Any ideas?

Season 9 drops today on PC and the console update comes later on October 29th. Go and check out Paramo!

Published at Wed, 21 Oct 2020 14:40:09 +0000

Koei Tecmo Announces North American Release Date For Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and The Secret Fairy

Koei Tecmo and Gust have announced the official North American release date for Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy. The release includes PlayStation 4 and 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch. The game will first launch in Japan this December and around one month later internationally.

Atelier Ryza 2 is a direct sequel to the most popular and best-selling entries in the Atelier series, Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness and the Secret Hideout. It is also the first game to bring back its star protagonist for a second game.

Atelier Ryza 2 takes place three years after the events of the first game. The rest of the group has moved away to continue onto new adventures, while Ryza continues to live on Kurken Island. One day, she receives a letter from a friend asking her to visit the royal capital, Ashra-am Baird.

After visiting the capital, Ryza is set on a new adventure to explore the giant new city, along with the secrets in the ruins nearby. The game brings back many characters from the previous game, who have grown older. Some have changed for the better, while others have gone through negative experiences and turned them into someone Ryza no longer recognizes.

Atelier Ryza 2 contains new moves for Ryza in the field. She can now dive underwater and use magic ropes to swing between various areas. These abilities will lead Ryza to new locations to find new items and synthesize them. New synthesis systems were added as well, including a new “Linkage Synthesis,” which allows Ryza to rebuild items.

As for gameplay, the game contains an upgraded real-time tactics battle system, which is even faster than before.

The game is available for wishlisting and pre-order on Steam and various retailers. Koei Tecmo also announced a limited Collector’s Edition through the NIA America store, which has already sold out once, but luckily for fans, it was quickly restocked. Pre-orders for the special edition are extremely limited, but fans should be able to pick up the standard edition.

Even the standard editions may sell out quickly, which was the case for the first game, Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness and the Secret Hideout. Fortunately, Koei Tecmo has announced the physical Nintendo Switch game will be restocked in the future.

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy launches on January 26, 2021 for the PlayStation 4 and 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

Published at Wed, 21 Oct 2020 14:25:11 +0000



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