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GTA Trilogy Release Trailer, Haunted Chocolatier Announced, Xbox Expansion Cards | Gaming News

Haunted Chocolatier Announced

Hello guys and welcome to the Gaming News for 22 Oct 2021. Eric Barrone, who is the creator behind Stardew Valley, has revealed his next game that he's been working on called Haunted Chocolatier. He released a reveal trailer that shows what the game looks like and what it's going to be about. It's basically going to be about running a chocolate shop and intricacies of managing that and so on. Just like in the style of Stardew Valley. If you want, check out the trailer and there isn't any sign yet of a release date, but at least it's been announced he's working on it.

Xbox Expansion Cards

The next bit of news for today is Microsoft has announced two further expansion cards for the Xbox Series S and X. At the moment there's a 1 TB, but they have announced the 512 GB and the 2 TB card to expand the storage of the consoles. Now the 2 TB card is actually quite pricey. It's like $400, but at least it simplifies it. You buy the premade expansion cards and you plug it in. That's it. You don't have to do anything else to worry about anything else. And if you don't want any more, just don't plug it. It's a lot more simpler than the expansions for PlayStation 5, for example. I personally am just used to now uninstalling games I'm not playing anymore, to free up space that way, but it's up to you if you want to go that way.

GTA Trilogy Release Trailer

And then the last bit of news for today is Rockstar Games have just released a trailer for the GTA Trilogy Definitive edition, and they've announced the release date as being the 11 Nov 2021, with a boxed edition or physical edition coming out on the 06 Dec 2021. In the trailer they show what the games* looks like compared to the old versions of the games* by a graphical comparison. If you're looking forward to it, the Trilogy will have GTA III, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas remastered for modern platforms. Now just remember that these are PlayStation 2 era games, so they might even in the updated state, might look still a bit blocky in terms of the textures, but at least they've added more things like reflections, better rain effects, and sharper graphics, which is a massive step up from PlayStation 2 anyway. Anyway, guys, that's it for the Gaming News for today. Thank you so much as always for the new followers coming onto the feed and I will see you tomorrow. Thanks, guys.

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