Sniper Elite 5 and Kao the Kangaroo are the highlights of the week. The new chapter in Karl Fairburne’s sniper saga and the return of Kao the Kangaroo, the mascot of platform games of the 2000s, arrive alongside other games on the market. Among them are the mobile game from the Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds series, the classic collection from the Pac-Man Museum and the space challenges of Hardspace: Shipbreaker. Check below to find out all about the week’s releases, like the date, price, and the platforms on which they’re available.
🎮 Sony reveals the games available in the new PS Plus 2022 plans; See the list
In Sniper Elite 5, players once again confront Nazi forces with elite sniper Karl Fairburne – Photo: Disclosure / Steam
👉 What is the best free online first person game? Comment on the TechTudo Forum
Sniper Elite 5 – May 26 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC
Sniper Karl Fairburne returns on a new adventure off the coast of Brittany, where he will ally with the French Resistance against the Nazi threat in World War II. Players will be able to explore huge levels with new navigation options as they try to eliminate important targets with their sniper rifle.
Karl Fairburne is back in the new game from the series, which is more violent than its predecessor – Image: Reproduction/Steam
The popular X-ray kill camera from the series is also returning with more details about enemy damage and will also be present in stealth kills and machine gun fire. The campaign can be played online cooperatively and the game also offers competitive modes for up to 16 players, as well as the option to conquer another user’s campaign. It is worth noting that the game will also include cross-play.
Sniper Elite 5 is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$299.90. For Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One and for PC via the Epic Games Store, the game costs R$222.45. On the Steam digital store, the game will be released for R$139.99. The game will also be included in Xbox Game Pass at no additional cost to subscribers.
Kao the Kangaroo – May 27 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW, PC
Kangaroo mascot with boxing gloves This week, Kao won a new game that serves as a reboot of his franchise. After Kao’s sister goes missing, he sets out on a journey to find her, uncover what happened to her father, and discover more about himself in the process. The game brings the classic 3D platformer style from the Dreamcast era with an emphasis on exploration and combat. Kao must use his core-powered magic gloves to confront the main fighters, who have been captured by a dark force. The game will be available for $149.99 on Nintendo Switch and PC in Steam and the Epic Games Store.
Kao the Kangaroo is a reboot of the classic Dreamcast platform game with new visuals and gameplay – Image: Playback / Microsoft Store
Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds – May 25 – PC, iOS
Netmarble’s new MMORPG is set in the world-famous Ni no Kuni series, originally created by Level-5 in partnership with Japanese animation studio Studio Ghibli. The story follows the footsteps of a player who enters the world of Ni no Kuni believing that it is a game in virtual reality. However, he soon discovers that everything is real and he will need to restore an unknown world to save both worlds.
Users will be able to choose from five classes: Swordsman, Witch, Rogue, Engineer, and Destroyer, each with their own special abilities and customizable skins. The entire adventure showcases the traditional visual style of the franchise. Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is available for free for Android phones and iPhone (iOS), as well as PC, with cross-platform play.
Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds brings the captivating world of the franchise in a new MMORPG – Image: Reproduction / Google Play
The classic “Come-Come” has won the entire line-up for current consoles with 14 titles from Bandai Namco’s mascot. In addition to including leaderboards and achievements for the games, the collection also features customizable arcades that the player can decorate with items earned from in-game missions. The full list of games includes: Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, Pac & Pal, Pac-Land, Pac-Mania, Pac-Attack, Pac-in-Time and Pac-Man Arrangement Arcade ver. and C.S. ver. and Pac-Man Championship Edition, Pac Motos, Pac’n Roll Remix, Pac-Man Battle Royale, and Pac-Man 256. The title will be available at launch through Xbox Game Pass at no additional cost.
At the Pac-Man + Museum, players can remember the classic mascot games and create their own arcade – Photo: Disclosure / Bandai Namco
Hardspace: Shipbreaker – May 24 – PC
Available for a few years now in Steam’s digital store early access service, Hardspace: Shipbreaker will finally be released as a zero-gravity simulator experience. In the game, players are launched into space by a company called Lynx Corp to pay off debts and you will need to salvage valuable parts from broken ships.
The already difficult task becomes even more dangerous when the user needs to be careful not to cut fuel lines or create gaps in pressurized chambers, at the risk of losing more than money. Hardspace: Shipbreaker is available on Steam for R$119.90.
Hardspace: Shipbreaker is a challenging game in which users have to collect valuable parts from broken ships in zero gravity – Image: clone/steam
with information from Metacriticplaystation store (1 And two), Microsoft Store (1 And two), nintendo game storeAnd steam (1And two And 3), Epic Games Store (1 And two), google appsAnd App StoreAnd detective gameAnd netmarble