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It’s been a long old week, and I know most of you are too busy to keep up with all of the news that’s been floating about the internet. So I’m back again with the weekly news roundup, gracing your Saturday breakfast with a quick catchup of all the stuff you’ve missed. This week, we’ve got an early confirmation of Horizon Zero Dawn 2, the announcement that Shazam has come to LEGO DC Super Villains, and that the newest character in Mortal Combat 11 is none other than The Kollector. So sit back, drink your tea, and read over the highlights.

Horizon Zero Dawn 2 is on the way

Horizon Zero Dawn

… at least, that’s what Janina Gavankar (the voice actor for Tatai in the Frozen Wild DLC) may have accidentally let on during a livestream this week. She seems to be outright confirming a sequel, whereas there’s been no official confirmation from Guerrilla Games yet. We’ll keep you updated if we hear any more, and in the meantime, check out our review of the original game here.

With thanks to Gamesradar for the original story!

Shazam makes his debut

If you’re a Lego fan, you’ll be pleased to hear that the SHAZAM! Movie Level Pack 1 has dropped this week for LEGO DC Super Villains season pass holders. The rest of the players are due to get it on April 23, along with the second SHAZAM! pack. Morph into Shazam, or play as Billy Batson, and go to fight with Dr Silvana and the rest of the gang – Gluttony, Wrath, Pride, and Envy, bringing the total roster of characters to 150, so you’re surely spoiled for choice.

The Kollector has been revealed!

The trailer for Mortal Combat 11’s newest character has just dropped, and this time it’s showing off The Kollector, Ahead of the game’s release on April 23 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch, he’s one of many to be confirmed, including Kabal, Jade, and Kotal Khan. Who do you plan on playing first? Let us know in the comments.

It’s everything vs me in the new Rage 2 trailer

Rage 2 is certainly living up to its name – the newest trailer explains that along with samurais, mutants, establishment lackeys, redneck mechs, and killer vehicles, pretty much anything that moves is going to try and kill you. You’ll find out for sure on May 14, when it arrives for consoles and PC.

Hold it! Phoenix Wright: The Ace Attorney Trilogy is out now for PC and consoles

Any objections? Good. You can now play the original trilogy, which up until now was only available for the Nintendo DS, on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One, though sadly, this is only a digital release. The collection includes Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice for All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulation. With redrawn, HD-optimised graphics, ten save slots for both the English and Japanese versions of the game, and an upcoming August update which will add German, French, Korean, Chinese, and Simplified Chinese to the game, you don’t want to miss it.

To wrap it up, here’s what happened on GGS this week:

  • Sarah’s What-We’re-Playing-Wednesday revealed to us that we’ve got a lot of Japanese games on the go this week.

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