2018 was a very exciting year for entertainment and it is already looking set to continue in 2019. Whether this be through film or even gaming, with people continuing to visit golden-bonus-code.com for the top latest offers available. Here we cover three of the most anticipated games and movies set to be released later this year.
One of the most anticipated games of 2019 which is set to be a huge success is the next instalment of Gears of War. Microsoft have yet to release a date, but the build-up is already gathering a lot of attention amongst fans. It is set to be the biggest Gears yet featuring the usual characters such as Marcus Fenix. As previous it will feature the usual solo and co-op features, and there will also now be an option to cross-play between the Xbox One and PC. Fans will also now be able to play in 4K Ultra resolution, in what is set to be an incredible gaming experience.
— Xbox UK (@xboxuk) June 10, 2018
THE LION KING
Being directed and produced by Jon Favreau it is expected to be a huge success following on from his previous film, The Jungle Book. The plans for this remake of the 1994 classic have been in the works since back in 2016 and is already receiving high praise. This is without a doubt one of the most anticipated animated movies of all time. There are also a large number of film stars included in the voicing cast, such as Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, John Oliver, Beyoncé and many more. The film is scheduled to be released on July 19th.
— Disney (@Disney) November 22, 2018
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
The first game in the series certainly divided opinion with it far from reaching the heights they would have expected. However this is already looking set to be a much more solid multiplayer shooter for gamers. It launches on March 15th and will be available on Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and PlayStation Four. This sequel is taking place in Washington DC whereas the previous game centered around New York City. The PvP multiplayer gameplay called Conflict is likely to draw many people to the game, in which you will be able to play either Skirmish or Domination. The first is a team deathmatch whereas Domination will consist of capturing objectives and then defending them.
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— The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) January 18, 2019