Thursday is just about over, and that can only mean one thing: TGIF (not the restaurant) is just around the corner. To celebrate, check out today's most noteworthy game news, all in one spot.
Overwatch's new seasonal mission, Retribution, is out next week
Remember that Overwatch comic from yesterday? Turns out, it was heralding a new mission - which will be playable as soon as next week! The Retribution mission from the Overwatch Archives is a PvE event featuring the members of Blackwatch; it'll run from April 10 to April 30, so get in while the gettin's good.
Deckard Cain is headed to Heroes of the Storm
This ain't no April Fools prank - everyone's favorite Horadrim scholar from the Diablo series will soon be joining the fight in Blizzard's MOBA. This support hero has the power to position potions for his allies and lull enemies to sleep when they stay awhile and listen.
A new gameplay trailer for the riveting offroading of Onrush
Get a look at the chaotic racing of Onrush, featuring cars and motorcycles bashing into one another and soaring sky-high above wilderness tracks. It's the newest game from the former Evolution Studios team that got acquired by Codemasters - the same folks behind Driveclub, Motorsport, and World Rally Championship.
The makers of LawBreakers have a new game in the works
Boss Key Productions, the studio behind the criminally underappreciated FPS LawBreakers, has announced that its hard at work on a new project. That doesn't mean LawBreakers is going away - and hopefully, this is a sign of a free-to-play resurgence later down the line.
Shaq Fu returns (to everyone's amazement) this June
The successfully crowdfunded follow-up to one of the worst games of all time is almost here. Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn will debut on June 5, and after watching the trailer above, I have to wonder: will it be better or somehow even worse than the original?
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