With the superheroes from throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe uniting and Thanos (Josh Brolin) trying to destroy everything in his way, there’s already a lot that will be going on in Avengers: Infinity War. However, it turns out there will also be a love story packed in.
The relationship between Vision (Paul Bettany) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) introduced in Captain America: Civil War will take a big step forward in Infinity War. “Vision’s been on this quest to understand what being human is and I think Scarlet Witch [has], in a large degree, helped him figure that out and what love is,” Bettany tells io9.
For Olsen, how this relationship was handled made even more of an impact than the death of Wanda’s brother in Avengers: Age of Ultron. “This is definitely the most emotional arc I’ve done in an Avengers film, that’s for sure,” she says.
Given that the Infinity Stones–including the one embedded in Vision’s forehead–are the thing Thanos is after, putting the spotlight on the two of them makes perfect sense. Their journey even takes them to Wakanda after a failed attempt by Thanos to remove the stone.
“These bad guys are trying to get the stone out of my head and so Wanda and I fought them off, and then we’ve ended up here for surgery,” Bettany explains. He also teases something of importance that happens in Shuri’s lab before a Disney publicist reels the actor back in.
Whatever happens on Wakanda, keeping Vision alive in the face of Thanos has far more meaning after he’s found out what love and emotion are. “I just found out what it means to be human and now this Thanos guy,” Bettany says. “I think he’s a real d***.”
Avengers: Infinity War is in theaters on April 27.
Announced last year in a brief teaser, we’re now seeing much more of Valve’s new Dota card game Artifact. GameSpot’s Jimmy Thang recently visited Valve HQ to check out Artifact and talk to developers about the game and what they are hoping to achieve in the digital card game space.
As you’ll see, Artifiact bears a resemblance to Blizzard’s hugely popular Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and CD Projekt Red’s Gwent, among others. But it also has some MOBA elements. For example, there are three lanes in Artifact, which adds variety to the gameplay.
Artifact uses heroes from the Dota universe. You can see how the game looks in action in GameSpot’s video above. Valve developers can also be heard in the video.
Earlier this month, Valve boss Gabe Newell talked about how the company is going to start making games again, beginning with Artifact. In addition to Artifact, Valve has “several games” on the way, but no, we don’t know if one of them is the much-anticipated Half-Life 3.
While Far Cry 5 remains loyal to the series’ most well-established tenets, it manages to make some big changes to exploration, progression, and combat. When you first start the game, some of these new elements may seem disorienting–a pleasant surprise for more hardcore fans of the series. To help clear the initial confusion, we’ve gathered nine essential tips on how to best play Far Cry 5.
Got any tips that you don’t see here? Let us know in the comments below. If you’re looking for a beginners tips-focused guide, you can watch our video guide discussing general starter tips to follow. And be sure to check back often as we put up our final Far Cry 5 review–as well as more guides–in the coming days.
Far Cry 5 is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. In other news, Ubisoft recently announced Far Cry 5’s Season Pass, which takes you to settings like Mars and the Vietnam War. We also recently learned more about the game’s microtransactions, how the campaign is playable offline, and the game’s single-player campaign playtime.
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