Iron Gate studios has released a teaser video featuring some of the new Hearth and Home ingredients and items. A lot of the new items and ingredients focus on cooking, which shouldn't be too much of a surprise given the patch's name. I think it's safe to say that the onions will be planted and farmed much like carrots are in the game. I would imagine Bukeberries will be found in the wild like blueberries as well.
New upcoming content in Aliens: Fireteam Elite includes new classes, outfits, and more. It's no secret that there is post-launch content coming to Aliens: Fireteam Elite; the game launched with a content pass, after all. What is interesting, however, is what some of that content has been unveiled to be.
There are a plethora of unlockables tied to your rank in Aliens: Fireteam Elite, here are some of the best strategies to level up fast and hit max rank. Leveling up in Aliens: Fireteam Elites, which can take a substantial amount of time, awards you with more gear, cosmetics, and abilities.
What makes Aliens: Fireteam Elite such a blast to play is how much it makes you feel like a Colonial Marine fighting through a hive of Xenomorphs. Everything from the radar blip sounds, the smart gun and pulse rifle bursts, the hissing of approaching Xenomorphs, to all the different M3 Pattern Personnel Armor customization options feels authentically Aliens in a way that shows a respect and fondness to the source material that this medium hasn't seen before.
An unapologetic love letter to the classic JRPG genre, Bravely Default II doubles down on series staples to create every traditional JRPG lover's dream. If you're a fan of the Bravely Default series, then I think you will enjoy this title, and if you're a fan of JRPGs, I think this is definitely a game worth playing. For everyone else, I would recommend checking out the Bravely Default II demo on the Nintendo eShop before making any purchasing decisions.