Daily NewsRadar: Killer7 lives on, Far Cry 5 mini-movie, Noctis in a Sims llama suit

Wednesday isn't just your favorite member of the Addams family, it's also a day packed full of news. We've stripped away the nonsense to bring you everything you need to know.  

Let It Die reincarnates cult classic Killer7 

Grasshopper Manufacture is mixing its old Killer7 magic with its free-to-play PS4 game Let It Die. We don't know much about the collaboration just yet, but we can expect it to happen later this spring (and we'd crawl over broken glass for more Harman Smith action). 

Far Cry 5's live-action trailer deserves an HBO series 

Live-action trailers don't always work, but this latest one for Ubisoft's Far Cry 5 is giving us the True Detective, 'give me a mini-series' feels. Now to go back into cryosleep until the actual game is out on March 27.  

From the people that brought you Conan Exiles' wangs...

Funcom is publishing a new game, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, and it'll hopefully receive less genitalia-focused coverage than Conan. A tactical adventure game, it's being being made by Hitman and Payday developers and will be released later this year for PC. 

Want to dress Final Fantasy 15's Noctis in a Sims llama suit? 

If the answer is yes, seek help. If that fails, you can grab a copy of the Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition on Origin and get Sims special costumes to use in the game. It'll be included with all purchases of Final Fantasy 15 on Origin until May 1. It goes both ways, too: you'll also be able to access "Noctis’ signature Prince’s Fatigues" in Sims 4 soon.  

Wreck-it Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks The Internet trailer is unrealistically porn free 

There's a new trailer for Disney's upcoming sequel out, and while we can't wait to spot more game references and hang out with Vanellope, there's no denying that this movie's internet looks way nicer than the real one. 

Even more news:  

Krypton star Cameron Cuffe on playing Superman's grandfather

Sea of Thieves 'fully embraces' power levelling, according to the design director (it's not what you think)

The unlikely rebirth of an MMO shooter could give Destiny a run for its money

Overwatch's new hero has been canon for years, but her support-tank playstyle is all new

March is gonna be good: PlayStation Plus free games get Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank

Injustice 2 Legendary Edition squeezes $100 worth of DC Comics fighting into a $60 package

Live out your horror fan fantasies with The Blackout Club, a co-op game that echoes Stranger Things and It Follows

Star Wars Rebels just made time travel canon - how will it affect a galaxy far, far away?

Tony Hawk has parted ways with Activision, and the future of Pro Skater just got a little bit more depressing

Celebrate 40 years of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in the new SFX magazine - on sale now!

"Missing a truly menacing bad guy" – Here’s what critics have to say about Jessica Jones season 2

Crackdown, The Witcher 2 and more get Xbox One X enhanced backwards compatibility- here's how to turn it on

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Rachel Weber
Managing Editor, US

Rachel Weber is the US Managing Editor of GamesRadar+ and lives in Brooklyn, New York. She joined GamesRadar+ in 2017, revitalizing the news coverage and building new processes and strategies for the US team.