'Future' Rise of Iron enlargement hits PS4, Xbox One in September

Future‘s subsequent enlargement, Rise of Iron, hits PlayStation four and Xbox One on September twentieth full with a brand new raid, strike, weapons, gear, missions and aggressive multiplayer mode. That is the primary Future enlargement to hit present-era consoles solely — there isn’t any phrase on Xbox 360 or PS3 releases.

Rise of Iron brings again the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher, a weapon that was over-powered within the recreation’s early days however fell off as soon as Future entered Yr Two. For many who pre-order the brand new content material, the Gjallarhorn is available in an “Iron Black” colour, becoming the entire ferrous theme. Rise of Iron additionally introduces a brand new social area referred to as The Plaguelands Zone. The enlargement prices $30 and requires gamers personal the Future base recreation plus The Taken King.

Particulars about Rise of Iron leaked a tad early, however as we speak’s livestream confirmed the enlargement’s choices. The story dives into the historical past of the Iron Lords, a faction of Guardians who have been tasked with watching over Previous Russia from a snowy, craggy mountain vary referred to as Felwinter Peak. The Iron Lords sacrificed themselves to maintain an ideal evil at bay, however that plague returns for gamers to defeat as soon as once more. The story additionally reveals who Jolder is — she (that is proper, she) already has a legendary machine gun named after her, and gamers will uncover what makes her so noteworthy in Future‘s lore.

'Destiny' Rise of Iron expansion hits PS4, Xbox One in September

Future will get a sequel in 2017 and E3 is true across the nook — that present kicks off on Sunday, June twelfth with press conferences from EA and Bethesda, adopted by Xbox, Ubisoft and PlayStation on Monday. We’ll be reside on the bottom delivering the newest gaming information all week.

Jessica is knowledgeable nerd, specializing in unbiased gaming, eSports and Harry Potter. She’s written for on-line retailers since 2008, with 4 years as Senior Reporter at Joystiq. She’s additionally a sci-fi novelist with a accomplished manuscript floating by way of the mysterious ether of potential publishers. Jessica graduated from ASU’s Walter Cronkite Faculty of Journalism in 2011 with a bachelor’s in journalism.

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