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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands shines in its new official trailer

PlayStation Showcase has marked the future of PlayStation 5. Sony had passed up E3 2021, which it did not attend, while its appearance at Gamescom was anecdotal, as it was present only to announce the release date of Horizon Forbidden West, which new from Guerrilla Games. The Japaneses have wanted to address the players directly and finally they have revealed some of their surprises, which of course we have collected in MeriStation. 2K Games has shown a gameplay trailer for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, the Borderlands spin-off being developed by Gearbox.

As already known, the game will go on sale on March 25 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. You can watch the official trailer below:

The delays of 2021

The first year of PS5 promised them happy in terms of first party titles. In the first months of the year, PlayStation Studios marketed two of the platform’s most anticipated exclusives. First came Returnal, Housemarque’s third-person shooter, that mixes action with elements of roguelite within a hostile and dangerous world in which death restarts the cycle. Months later it was his turn to Ratchet & Clank: A Dimension Apart, the new production of Insomniac Games. This title maintains the focus on action and the platforms of its predecessors, but with graphics that take advantage of next-generation hardware.

In the beginning, both God of War: Ragnarok como Gran Turismo 7 y Horizon Forbidden West they were planned for 2021. However, none of them will reach that date. The first of them was delayed until 2022, although the only thing we have seen so far is a teaser trailer with the logo. The second of them was more tangible, as it was planned for the launch of the console. Fortunately or unfortunately, the team needed more time to polish the gaming experience. The same happened with Horizon Forbidden West, which already has a definitive date: February 18, 2022.


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