It's time for another Video Round-Up, collecting all the trailers that have crossed my desk that aren't enough for a distinct article. Instead of spreading them out, we put them all in one place for you! In today's round-up, we have Emily and Corvo on the road to revenge, winter sports through the lens of a GoPro, and natural disasters raining down on Cities: Skylines.
We've got two Dishonored 2 trailers for your enjoyment! The first trailer is a live-action look at the world of Dishonored 2, showing you a more realistic view of everything you can do in the game. Corvo and Emily are taking back the throne and they're probably going to kill a lot of folks to do it.
The second trailer is a developer diary spotlighting Emily Kaldwin as a player character. Dishonored 2 takes place 15 years after the first Dishonored and Emily stands with Corvo as her own woman, capable of dealing justice and revenge in her own way.
Dishonored 2 is coming out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on November 11.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Nintendo has released a 40 minute video hosted by the folks at GameCenter CX, showing you all of the actions and exploration you can get into for the next Legend of Zelda. Hunting, gathering, cooking, climbing, and fighting, all in one video! It's all in Japanese, but if you're really a fan of the game, it's worth your while.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is coming out for Wii U and Switch in March 2017.
Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters
If the previous releases for Cities Skylines have been all about building up your cities, the newest release is all about tearing them down! Cities Skyline's Natural Disasters is all about the destruction you'd take part in as a kid. Rain a meteor down upon your city. Set a forest fire. Have earthquakes tear your buildings to the ground or rebuild after a devastating mudslide.
Natural Disasters will be available for Cities Skylines on Windows, Mac, and Linux this winter.
There's a new trailer for Ubisoft's Steep, showing off the game's first-person camera mode. The mode is sponsored by GoPro and attempts to replicate the real GoPro feel with the sound of the wind and snow whipping past the camera. You can catch the GoPro action while skiing, snowboarding, wingsuiting, or paragliding.
Steep is coming out for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 some time in December 2, 2016.
Mark McMorris Infinite Air
If you don't want to wait until December for your digital snowboarding fix, you can pick up Mark McMorris Infinite Air right now! The launch trailer for the game shows off some snowboarding action and the the magic of cutting through all that digital powder.
You can pick up Mark McMorris Infinite Air on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One right now.
Finally, we're ending our trailer round-up with a live-action/CG mashup to mark the launch of Titanfall 2. The sequel to Respawn Entertainment's first game adds an extensive single-player campaign exploring the bond between pilot and Titan. The trailer highlights both halves of this relationship, working together to triumph.
In our review of the game, USgamer's Jaz Rignall called Titanfall 2's single player campaign "very inventive and fun, and a great warm-up for the game's excellent multiplayer component." You can read the entire review at the link above.