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Jeffrey Matulef is the best-dressed man in 1984. Based in Portland, OR he operates as Eurogamer's US news editor.

Final Fantasy 15 is getting free Assassin's Creed crossover DLC

Dawn the AC cowl as Lestallum partakes in its Assassin's Festival.

Apparently cosplaying as an Assassin's Creed character is such a phenomenon that it's infiltrated the world of Final Fantasy 15. Indeed, Square Enix's popular RPG is getting a free Assassin's Creed-related timed expansion due 29th August and lasting through 31st Jan, 2018.

Hellboy is coming to Injustice 2

Next DLC also adds Black Manta and Mortal Kombat's Raiden.

Warner Bros' latest superhero fighting game Injustice 2 is branching out of the DC Comics universe with the addition of Dark Horse hero Hellboy as part of the upcoming Fighter Pack 2 DLC.

Brink is now free on Steam

Has more concurrent users than LawBreakers and Battleborn combined.

Splash Damage's 2011 team-based parkour shooter Brink sold over 2.5m copies in its first year, but more than half a decade later its fire has nearly extinguished. To keep the forgotten game relevant, Bethesda has decided to simply give the game away on Steam.

Are Shenmue 3's characters supposed to look like marionettes? Depending on your answer to that question, you'll either find Shenmue 3's blocky character models to be either endearingly retro or embarrassingly archaic. Either way, you're sure to have some opinion about the first look we've had at Yu Suzuki's long-awaited sequel in many moons.

Age of Empires 4 revealed with Relic at the helm

Original game's remake due in October, Definitive Editions of AoE 2 and 3 announced.

Age of Empires 4 has been officially announced with Homeworld and Company of Heroes developer Relic Entertainment making it, while IP-owner Microsoft Studios will publish.

Giant Sparrow's surreal family drama What Remains of Edith Finch is known for being haunting, literary and elegant. None of these words would typically be used to describe parody artist and musician Weird Al Yankovic, yet that didn't stop Edith Finch director Ian Dallas from wanting to collaborate with the man behind Amish Paradise and Pretty Fly for a Rabbi.