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Release Radar: Our pick of the week’s best TV, movies and games (Feb 25-Mar 3)

1. Will Fortnite be the one to make your hacking adventures a reality?

Season 7 may seem like it’s just getting started, but Fortnite Season 8 kicks off this week, and if the above image from the official Twitter account is anything to say, we’re looking at a pirate theme for next season. The tweet came with the following text, so if it’s not pirate-themed, I’ll eat my tricorn:

“The ‘X’ marks the point
treasure abounds
lost loot
It can always be found.
4 days before Season 8.”

Interestingly, the theme comes after the smash hit of Sea of ​​Thieves, Rare’s pirate-themed MMO, which failed to deliver on its promise of a rich, scripted world of sunken treasure. and running wooden japes. I wonder if Fortnite can fill this gaming void? Sam Loveridge

What: Fortnite season 8

When: February 28

Or: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android

  • Fortnite Battle Pass Challenges guide – How to mark them all before season 8

2. Greta confronts alien danger and turns it into an exciting journey

Returning a purse seems like a pretty simple act of kindness, but when it turns out owner Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert) may be more dangerous than she looks, it’s the beginning of a modern nightmare for Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz). . The film caused a stir on the festival circuit, and the trailer promises plenty of suspense, and the cast alone is worth the ticket and the overpriced popcorn. Watch this trailer and tell me I was wrong. Rachel Weber

What: Greta
When: 1st of March
Or: movie theater

  • More anticipated upcoming movies 2019 and beyond

3. Negan challenges his opponents’ brains for the fiercest pass in Tekken 7

Tekken 7 Season 2 rounds out its DLC fighters with returning veteran Julia and one hell of a guest character: Negan from The Walking Dead, who is perhaps the most brutal fighter in the series’ history. If you thought Bryan Fury was malicious, wait until you see footage of actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan beating Lucille, a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, on an unarmed fighter. He even swears like a sailor in both the game and the series, which is very different in tone from the rest of Tekken. like Negan Mortal Kombat 11 Being a guest might be one thing, but seeing him stab a downed enemy in the head with a dagger sounds terrifying. mortal For the King of Iron Fist tournament. You can grab Julia and Negan for $6 / £5 each, or splash $30 / £25 on the full Season 2 pass, which also includes Anna, Lei, Marduk and Armor King. Lucas Sullivan

What: Tekken 7 Season 2 DLC Characters
Or: PS4, Xbox One, computer
When: February 28

  • 25 best fighting games Now playing

4. The Elder Scrolls Online has somehow expanded

Get your fireproof pants ready, because Elder Scrolls Online’s Season of the Dragon begins February 25 with Wrathstone, the first DLC. It includes two new dungeons, Frostvault and Depths of Malatar, and should begin setting the stage for the events of Elseweyr – ESO’s next installment – ​​in June. As always, you can expect a healthy supply of new gear to go along with the adventure, and new characters like the Redguard scholar and archaeologist Tharayya. For the first time ever, The Elder Scrolls Online promises an entire year of new content and updates that mirror what games like Fortnite have to offer to keep players in Nirn rather than messing around… well, Elseweyr. Rachel Weber

What: The Elder Scrolls Online: Wrathstone DLC
When: February 25 (and March 12 on consoles)
Or: computer

  • Why look forward to The Elder Scrolls 6 when this MMO has everything you need?

5. Serenity is finally coming to the UK and you HAVE TO watch it because it’s unlike anything you’ve seen before

How do you tell yourself to watch Serenity without really asking yourself why you should watch Serenity? This is the problem I am facing right now. Apparently Serenity is a fairly basic painted-in-numbers thriller about a man (Matthew McConaughey) who is manipulated by his ex (Anne Hathaway) into killing her abusive husband (Jason Clarke). It looked good, in the best possible way, but wasn’t exactly groundbreaking. And then it came out in the US (over a month ago!) and people started talking about the amazing ending. In other words, it’s quite… unusual. present upcoming movie Coming to the UK, it’s time for a whole new group of cinephiles to watch it and be shocked at how ridiculous it all is. Seriously, I just got Serenity when it hits UK cinemas this week and watch it, or if you can’t get to the cinema read all about its amazing ending at the link below. You will not regret it… Lauren O’Callaghan

What: Calm
Or: Movie theater
When: March 1, 2019

  • the end of peace – everything you need to know about this amazing plot twist

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Release Radar: Our pick of the week’s best TV, movies and games (Feb 25-Mar 3)

1. Will Fortnite be the one to make your pirating adventures come true?

It might feel like season 7 has just started, but Fortnite season 8 is starting this week, and if the above image from the official Twitter account is anything to go by, we’re looking at a pirate theme for the next season. The tweet came with the following text, so if it’s not pirate themed I’ll eat my tricorn:
“‘X’ Marks The Spot  
Treasure abound
Loot that has been lost
Can always be found.  
4 days to Season 8.”
It’s interesting that the theme comes after the wavering success of Sea of Thieves, Rare’s pirate-themed MMO, which failed to keep its promise of a rich, story-threading world of sunken treasure and walking the plank japes. I wonder if Fortnite can fill that particular gaming void? Sam Loveridge
What: Fortnite season 8
When: February 28
Where: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android
Fortnite Battle Pass Challenges guide – How to get them all ticked off before season 8
2. Greta takes stranger danger and turns it into a thrill ride 

It seems a simple enough act of kindness, returning a handbag, but that’s the start of a modern day nightmare for Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz) when it turns out its owner Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert) might be more dangerous than she first seems. The film got plenty of buzz on the festival circuit and the trailer promises plenty of tension, and the cast alone is enough to make it worth the ticket and over-priced popcorn. Just watch that trailer and tell me I’m wrong. Rachel Weber
What: GretaWhen: March 1Where: Movie theaters 
The most anticipated upcoming movies of 2019 and beyond 
3. Negan is brain-bashing his opponents for Tekken 7’s most violent crossover

Tekken 7 is rounding out its Season 2 lineup of DLC fighters with returning veteran Julia and one hell of a guest character: The Walking Dead’s Negan, who might very well be the most brutal fighter in series history. If you think Bryan Fury is vicious, just wait until you see the spitting image of actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan bashing an unarmed fighter with his barb-wire-wrapped baseball bat Lucille. He even swears like a sailor in-game just like in the show, which feels so radically different in tone compared to the rest of Tekken’s lineup. Negan as a Mortal Kombat 11 guest would be one thing, but seeing him stab a downed enemy in the head with a dagger seems awfully lethal for the King of Iron Fist Tournament. You can snag Julia and Negan for $6/£5 apiece, or spend $30/£25 for the whole Season 2 pass which also includes Anna, Lei, Marduk, and Armor King. Lucas Sullivan
What: Tekken 7 Season 2 DLC charactersWhere: PS4, Xbox One, PCWhen: February 28
The 25 best fighting games to play right now
4. The Elder Scrolls Online somehow just got even bigger

Get your fireproof britches ready, because Elder Scrolls Online’s Season of the Dragon starts on February 25 with the first chunk of DLC, Wrathstone. It includes two new dungeons, Frostvault and the Depths of Malatar, and should start setting the scene for the events of Elseweyr – the next ESO chapter – in June. As always you can expect a healthy haul of new gear to go along with the adventuring, and some new characters like Redguard scholar and archeologist Tharayya. For the first time, Elder Scrolls Online is promising a whole year of new content and updates, mirroring the offerings of games like Fortnite to keep players within Nirn rather than wandering off… well, Elseweyr. Rachel Weber
What: Elder Scrolls Online: Wrathstone DLCWhen: February 25 (and March 12 on consoles)Where: PC 
Why wait impatiently for The Elder Scrolls 6 when this MMO has everything you need?
5. Serenity is finally coming to the UK and you NEED to watch it because it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before

How to tell you to watch Serenity without actually spoiling why you should watch Serenity? That’s the problem I’m facing right now. On the surface, Serenity is a pretty straightforward paint-by-numbers thriller about a man (Matthew McConaughey) who gets manipulated by his ex (Anne Hathaway) into killing her abusive husband (Jason Clarke). In the nicest possible way, it looked good but not exactly groundbreaking. And then it came out in the US (over a month ago!) and people started talking about the unbelievable ending. Suffice to say it’s pretty… unusual. Now that the upcoming movie is coming to the UK, it’s time for a whole new group of film fans to watch it and be left shocked by the sheer batshit craziness of it all. Seriously, just got and watch Serenity when it hits UK cinemas this week, or, if you can’t make it to the cinema, read all about its unbelievable ending in the link below. You won’t regret it… Lauren O’Callaghan
What: SerenityWhere: CinemaWhen: March 1, 2019
Serenity ending – everything you need to know about that unbelievable twist
Release Radar picks the best games, movies and shows of the next seven days every Monday at 10am BST.

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Release Radar: Our pick of the week’s best TV, movies and games (Feb 25-Mar 3)

1. Will Fortnite be the one to make your pirating adventures come true?

It might feel like season 7 has just started, but Fortnite season 8 is starting this week, and if the above image from the official Twitter account is anything to go by, we’re looking at a pirate theme for the next season. The tweet came with the following text, so if it’s not pirate themed I’ll eat my tricorn:
“‘X’ Marks The Spot  
Treasure abound
Loot that has been lost
Can always be found.  
4 days to Season 8.”
It’s interesting that the theme comes after the wavering success of Sea of Thieves, Rare’s pirate-themed MMO, which failed to keep its promise of a rich, story-threading world of sunken treasure and walking the plank japes. I wonder if Fortnite can fill that particular gaming void? Sam Loveridge
What: Fortnite season 8
When: February 28
Where: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android
Fortnite Battle Pass Challenges guide – How to get them all ticked off before season 8
2. Greta takes stranger danger and turns it into a thrill ride 

It seems a simple enough act of kindness, returning a handbag, but that’s the start of a modern day nightmare for Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz) when it turns out its owner Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert) might be more dangerous than she first seems. The film got plenty of buzz on the festival circuit and the trailer promises plenty of tension, and the cast alone is enough to make it worth the ticket and over-priced popcorn. Just watch that trailer and tell me I’m wrong. Rachel Weber
What: GretaWhen: March 1Where: Movie theaters 
The most anticipated upcoming movies of 2019 and beyond 
3. Negan is brain-bashing his opponents for Tekken 7’s most violent crossover

Tekken 7 is rounding out its Season 2 lineup of DLC fighters with returning veteran Julia and one hell of a guest character: The Walking Dead’s Negan, who might very well be the most brutal fighter in series history. If you think Bryan Fury is vicious, just wait until you see the spitting image of actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan bashing an unarmed fighter with his barb-wire-wrapped baseball bat Lucille. He even swears like a sailor in-game just like in the show, which feels so radically different in tone compared to the rest of Tekken’s lineup. Negan as a Mortal Kombat 11 guest would be one thing, but seeing him stab a downed enemy in the head with a dagger seems awfully lethal for the King of Iron Fist Tournament. You can snag Julia and Negan for $6/£5 apiece, or spend $30/£25 for the whole Season 2 pass which also includes Anna, Lei, Marduk, and Armor King. Lucas Sullivan
What: Tekken 7 Season 2 DLC charactersWhere: PS4, Xbox One, PCWhen: February 28
The 25 best fighting games to play right now
4. The Elder Scrolls Online somehow just got even bigger

Get your fireproof britches ready, because Elder Scrolls Online’s Season of the Dragon starts on February 25 with the first chunk of DLC, Wrathstone. It includes two new dungeons, Frostvault and the Depths of Malatar, and should start setting the scene for the events of Elseweyr – the next ESO chapter – in June. As always you can expect a healthy haul of new gear to go along with the adventuring, and some new characters like Redguard scholar and archeologist Tharayya. For the first time, Elder Scrolls Online is promising a whole year of new content and updates, mirroring the offerings of games like Fortnite to keep players within Nirn rather than wandering off… well, Elseweyr. Rachel Weber
What: Elder Scrolls Online: Wrathstone DLCWhen: February 25 (and March 12 on consoles)Where: PC 
Why wait impatiently for The Elder Scrolls 6 when this MMO has everything you need?
5. Serenity is finally coming to the UK and you NEED to watch it because it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before

How to tell you to watch Serenity without actually spoiling why you should watch Serenity? That’s the problem I’m facing right now. On the surface, Serenity is a pretty straightforward paint-by-numbers thriller about a man (Matthew McConaughey) who gets manipulated by his ex (Anne Hathaway) into killing her abusive husband (Jason Clarke). In the nicest possible way, it looked good but not exactly groundbreaking. And then it came out in the US (over a month ago!) and people started talking about the unbelievable ending. Suffice to say it’s pretty… unusual. Now that the upcoming movie is coming to the UK, it’s time for a whole new group of film fans to watch it and be left shocked by the sheer batshit craziness of it all. Seriously, just got and watch Serenity when it hits UK cinemas this week, or, if you can’t make it to the cinema, read all about its unbelievable ending in the link below. You won’t regret it… Lauren O’Callaghan
What: SerenityWhere: CinemaWhen: March 1, 2019
Serenity ending – everything you need to know about that unbelievable twist
Release Radar picks the best games, movies and shows of the next seven days every Monday at 10am BST.

#Release #Radar #pick #weeks #movies #games #Feb #25Mar


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