Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered and Two Point Campus headline this week’s releases. The Spider-Man adventure, previously exclusive to PlayStation consoles (PS4 and PS5), is coming to PC with the university campus management game. The titles are still accompanied by the long-awaited adventure Cult of the Lamb, arcade simulator Arcade Paradise, Rumbleverse, a new battle royale from Epic Games and more. Check out everything about this week’s releases, such as their dates, prices, and platforms where they’re available, below.
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Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered brings the critically acclaimed Spider-Man adventure, previously exclusive to PlayStation consoles, to PC — Photo: Reproduction/Steam
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Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered – August 12 – PC
Originally exclusively for PlayStation consoles, the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man will be based on the PS5 remaster, with improved visuals and all DLCs that make up the story of The City That Never Sleeps. The game introduces the arachnid hero in a long adventure that begins with the capture of Wilson Fisk, King Pin. The power vacuum left by the villain leads to several new enemies trying to take his place – including Mr. negative.
In the game, players will encounter several iconic villains from the comics in new versions, while also trying to balance Spider-Man’s routine with the personal life of his secret identity, Peter Parker. Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is available for PC for R$249.90 via digital stores Steam and Epic Games Store.
The PC version of Marvel’s Spider Man will be based on the PS5 remaster, including a new graphical version of Peter Parker and DLCs — Photo: Disclosure/Steam
Two Dots Campus – August 9th – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC
In this new simulator from the creators of Two Point Hospital, players will be able to create their own university campus by building buildings, hiring professors and teaching courses. However, it is worth noting that this is no ordinary prom, but lessons on how to fight a medieval knightly battle, how to cook giant pies, master the secrets of magic and other nonsense with typical Two Point Studios humor.
Two Point Campus is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$199.50 and for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via the digital store Steam for R199.95 in R$. The game is also included in Xbox Game Pass at no additional cost to subscribers.
Two Point Campus lets you run your own university campus with the same craziness and humor as the creators of Two Point Hospital — Photo: Reproduction/Steam
Cult of the Lamb – August 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC
Create your own religion and lead a cult of worshipers as an innocent lamb saved by a mysterious being who demands worship in return. In a randomly generated world, you’ll need to collect resources, build buildings, face enemies and recruit followers to increase your cult’s power and deal with opposing leaders. By defeating them, it is possible to absorb their power and secure the dominion of the sole bearer of the Word among the false prophets.
Cult of the Lamb is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$133.90, for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$92.45, and for Nintendo Switch and PC (via Steam and GOG) for R. $64.95.
In Cult of the Lamb, users attempt to build their own cult by gathering resources, erecting buildings, recruiting followers, and battling other leaders.
Arcade Paradise – August 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC
Turn a seedy business into a glorious arcade in Arcade Paradise, a game that combines simulation with classic minigames inspired by decades of arcade games. Players control Ashley, who decides to take a risk and turn the King Wash Laundromat owned by her father into the arcade of her dreams. To that end, more than 35 arcade machines can be purchased to set up in the facility and play the games available on them, some with cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes for up to four people. Arcade Paradise is available on Nintendo Switch for R$99 and on PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG) for around R$34.
Arcade Paradise brings the challenge of running your own arcade with the ability to play games purchased from the establishment — Photo: Reproduction/Steam
Rumbleverse – August 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB and PC
Developed by Iron Galaxy Studios and published by Epic Games, the latest Battle Royale focuses on combat between 40 participants, without weapons. The heroes are ordinary citizens of Grepital City, thrown into an arena that is constantly shrinking and forcing them to fight until only one survivor remains. During matches, it is possible to obtain potions that improve stats, obtain journals that teach special moves, and use objects such as baseball bats and chairs as weapons.
Rumbleverse is available for free for PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Games Store.
Rumbleverse is the latest battle royale game from Epic Games focused on brawling — Photo: Reproduction / Epic Games Store
Tower of Fantasy – August 10 – PC, Android and iOS
This new open-world RPG developed by Hotta Studio and distributed by Level Infinite brings a similar experience to Genshin Impact, with a post-apocalyptic world and Japanese animation-style visuals. The game tells the story of how humanity was forced to leave Earth due to lack of resources and move to Aida, a prosperous and habitable planet, but along the way hostile creatures. Tower of Fantasy is available for free on PC via the Steam and Epic Games Store digital stores, and on Android and iPhone (iOS) mobile phones.
Tower of Fantasy is the latest open-world RPG that transports players to a fantasy world with an anime-style look — Photo: Reproduction/Steam
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