We get a little news from Ninja Theory next as they provide some background on where they’re at with the Hellblade follow-up, before we take a more whimsical turn with an entire song from the dulcet tones of Jack Black. It’s all great really.

Destiny 2 developers bungie have also been working with Xbox, to provide all previous expansions from the game to Game Pass holders soon, with Game Pass Ultimate holders able to play via the cloud. Beyond Light also arrives on November 10th so, if you were planning on getting back into it, now may be the time.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 is also going to arrive on consoles soon, with another world premiere trailer. And it doesn’t stop there, as fans of Games Workshop get a treat in the form of Warhammer 40,000: Dark Tide. Although no gameplay footage for that one, it does look like it could be a lot better than recent tie-ins like Inquisitor: Martyr.

One of the most unexpectedly stunning games I’ve personally seen so far, in the form of The Gunk. Sure, the name is gross but it really does look great. Finally for this section of proceedings we get a console launch exclusive, with things taking a much darker turn. A murdered child heralds the weird and gritty looking The Medium. The most impressive thing about that is the dual rendering, with two game-worlds rendered at the same time, in the same place. How switching between the two will work is unclear, but it’s neat idea and a good demo of the tech.

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