Not A Hero and OlliOlli 2 coming to Xbox One

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Team 17, an indie game publisher, has announce that the enhanced version of Not A Hero and OlliOlli 2 are both set to find their way to the Xbox One. The games are set to hit the Microsoft console on May 24, 2016, and they will come with new levels and additions.

Not A Hero: Super Snazzy Edition, will come with some cool extra content along with a new level known as “Me, Myself, and BunnyLord.” BunnyLord, the main character, is playable in the main game, but appears there might be others set to work alongside BunnyLord in this new level.

Fro hat we have come to understand, there are three full-sized levels and a single bonus level to keep gamers excited and playing. The game will go on sale for $12.99 on May 24, so keep an eye out for that.

As for OlliOlli 2 XL Edition, the game brings forth  anew FreeSkate mode with five additional levels. The FreeSkate mode makes it possible for players to practice their sick skills, so fans do not want to miss out. When it comes down to pricing, OlliOlli 2 XL Edition will cost gamers $14.99.

If you’re interested in purchasing both games, get the BunnyLord Pro Hater Pack for the cool price of $20.99.

If you’re not the type of person who goes crazy over indie games, then maybe the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare video game from Activision will get you going. The game is set in the distant future, and will feature space battles and possible visits to desert planets.

Still not feeling the heat? Well then, how about Electronic Arts’ newest title, Battlefield 1. This game takes place in the World War 1 ere where soldiers still find a way to fight hand-to-hand combat. The trenches here are very important, along with horses and mustard gas. Your enemies will kneel before your feet in despair. Speaking of games, here are some of the best titles currently available on the Windows Store.

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