The Cube-Daily News Update: 4/26/17

Call of Duty, Awesomenauts, and Burnout all make formal returns today, plus a couple other tidbits of unrelated news. Here are your essential stories for Wednesday, April 26th 2017.

Call of Duty World War 2 has received an official reveal, along with a slew of other details:

Activision has released the first trailer and a slew of details for Call of Duty WW2, which launches November 3rd on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. First of all, the price for the game will range from $60 - $100, depending if you purchase the Standard Edition, Digital Deluxe Edition, and or Pro Edition. (The latter are the steeper price). There will also be a $40 Season Pass, and the game will contain zombies in a traditional war setting for the first time since the mode’s inception. Watch the first trailer below, which depicts in-game footage of the single-player campaign.

Forza Horizon 3 is partnering w/ Hot Wheels for its next DLC:

On May 9th, a Hot Wheels themed expansion is arriving to Forza Horizon 3, available on Xbox One and PC. Ten Hot Wheels cars will be included, and they range from 1969–2016 models. The expansion will launch with a Windows 10 update for the game, and will contain 500 gamerscore. Watch a full trailer below.

The Golf Club 2 has a release date:

On June 27th, HB Studios is launching their sequel to sports title The Golf Club, the company announced today. This was shared with an official price point ($40) and pre-order bonuses which will grant you the Day One Edition of the game. This version will contain a special outfit, badge, and clubhouse, along with a couple other features. Watch a new trailer below to get you suited.

Awesomenauts is going free to play next month:

A little more than five years after its original launch, Awesomenauts is going free to play. The transition will happen on May 24th, but players will not lose any content, and those who purchased beforehand will be granted a special medal. The game was originally available for $25. Watch a trailer for the announcement below.

Burnout’s Crash Mode is being developed into a full on title:

Following their launch of Dangerous Golf, Three Fields Entertainment will be launching Danger Zone, which is set to be a full game adaptation of Burnout’s Crash Mode. Fortunately, most of those working at Three Fields have worked on the franchise in the past. The title is set to launch at the end of the May for $12 on Playstation 4 and PC.