New game info is always flooding in, even though most of the big titles are not appearing until this fall.
Trailers are one of the most popular ways to get the info out, and we've got a bunch to show off, including the launch trailer for the latest Borderlands 2 DLC...
Overall, we've got four new game trailers for you: WWE 2K14, Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, Gran Turismo 6 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows.
WWE 2K14 has finally got a trailer, and also some more official box art. This trailer shows The Rock giving some standard smack talk, and many other well known wrestling legends. So, take a look at the trailer to know what it has got for you:
The game will be launched for PS3 and Xbox 360 on October 29 in North America, while European gamers have to wait until November 1.
Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep has launched today and also released a launch trailer. The trailer shows off all the glory and power of the new weapons, including modified rocket launchers that shoot swords. So, what are you waiting for, have a look:
This DLC has been launched today with a price tag of $9.99 for PC and PS3 users. For Xbox 360 users, this will cost 800 Microsoft points. Though if you own the season pass, you of course get this DLC for free.
Gran Turismo 6 has a pre-order trailer that's been released by Amazon. In the trailer they describe what are you going to get with the preorder, namely cars and money. The trailer mainly focuses on telling that how you should invest the $1 million in-game credits that you will get with the preorder. So, eat all that info through the trailer:
If you want more than the above things, then you should surely go with the 15th Anniversary Edition of the game. Check the contents of the edition here.
A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows trailer has also emerged. This trailer mainly focuses on Leonardo, while the earlier trailers focused on other protagonists. Have a look at the video:
So, which trailer pleased you the most? Did the Gran Turismo trailer successfully seduce you into preordering the game? Tell us below!