Free Weekend, DLC Coming To Ghost Recon Wildlands

Ghost Recon Wildlands players will soon be able to access some new missions, as well as a free weekend that should make it easier to convince their friends to group up. The free Operation Oracle update includes two new missions, set around a hostage situation.

Operation Oracle also introduces a new Ghost Team leader, Cole D. Walker, who bears a striking resemblance to actor Jon Bernthal (Punisher, The Walking Dead). The update is coming May 2.

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Ghost Recon Wildlands' free weekend will run from May 2 through May 5. During that period, players will be able to access everything from the game's standard edition at no cost, including the campaign, PVP mode, and missions that feature cameos from Sam Fisher and the Predator. If you like what you played during the promotional period, your progress will carry over if you decide to pick up a copy of the game.

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Hitman 2’s Miami Pack Out Today, Sean Bean Coming Back Soon

IO Interactive is giving prospective assassins a chance to get their feet wet before fully committing to the life. The standalone Hitman 2 Miami Pack gives new players complete access to the tutorial area and Miami location (and its Finish Line mission), along with Ghost Mode: Miami and the Sniper Assassin Mode: Himmelstein.

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Elusive target Sean Bean is back, too, reprising his role as former MI5 agent Mark Faba (appropriately nicknamed “The Undying”). You have from May 3 until June 3 to take him out, but the catch is that you only get one attempt. Check out Leo's video of your previous confrontation with the Bean below to get a sense of what you're up against.

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The Hitman 2 Miami Pack is out today for $14.99.

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Media Molecule Is Looking Into Non-Motion Controls For Dreams

One of Media Molecule's most notable endeavors with Dreams is taking complex game creation tools and making them accessible for a wide audience. The game has been largely successful on that front, letting those without any professional experience in game design create surprisingly complex prototypes and impressive games. However, a sticking point for the community so far has been the use of motion controllers (either the Dualshock 4's sensors or PlayStation move) to manipulate Dreams' cursor.

Motion control movement in Dreams can often be unwieldy or annoying, forcing you to recenter your cursor. Moreover, motion controls also prove to be an obstacle for those with certain physical disabilities.

Media Molecule says it's aware of that feedback and the company is working on non-motion alternatives, with mouse and keyboard controls being a (distant) possibility for the future. Jon Beech, a senior designer on Dreams, says:

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Dreams’ First Update Is Out Next Month

The early access version Dreams has been out for half a month and both creators and players are embracing the strange, fantastical wonders of the Dreamiverse. During a recent talk with Media Molecule, the developer revealed that Dreams' first big post-launch update is on the way and it adds quite a bit of things for experienced creators and newcomers to play with.

Media Molecule hopes to release the patch in May. Here's what it includes:

More tutorial and templates
New assets for creators to use
Raising the level cap past 100
Various Dreamiverse social abilities, like blocking other users.
For more on Dreams, check out my journal of my time with the game as well as our tips guide for the creation suite.

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