You might think Skyrim is old news by now, but you would be SO VERY WRONG. On today's show, we've got rumors of some Dragonborn DLC, screenshots of Minecraft's upcoming Far Cry 3 mod, and a buggy launch trailer for Black Ops II. Also, the creator of Rayman would like to announce, once and for all, that the Wii U does not suck!
Episode 377 of the Destructoid Show:
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People are speculating the new content will be titled Dragonborn (as hinted, again, by the filenames), will include dragon mounting, and might even take you to Morrowind. This just gets better and better, right? Four new armor names have been found as well. Hearthfire had similar rumors about its release beforehand, and they ended up coming true. I'd imagine the same could be said here, but only time will tell. (Brett Zeidler)
If you're worried that the Wii U's fancy GamePad might not be responsive, with all its touchscreen and motion extras, Ubisoft's Michel Ancel is here to set you straight -- according to him, there are no latency issues to fear. (Jim Sterling)
We're less than a month away from Call of Duty: Black Ops II hitting store shelves now! The launch trailer has just been released, and it shows off a ton of things you can expect to do in the single-player campaign. Grappling hooks! Wing suits! ROBOT BUGS! (Hamza Aziz)
In an unique marketing move, Ubisoft has decided to team up with a Minecraft mod creator to recreate the island setting and characters found in Far Cry 3. The map will feature key locations for players to visit, as well as tools and weapons from the upcoming game. (Jason Cabral)