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Captain America: Civil War will be the end of the trilogy

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Those who read the Marvel Comics probably know by now that in the comic books Captain America aka Steve Rogers aka Chris Evans will die. Due to this fact, this means that Captain America shall die in the last movie of the trilogy, Captain America: Civil War. Many of the fans believe that either Falcon (Anthony Mackie) or Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) will take the shield and carry out Captain America’s duty. Both scenarios happen in the Marvel Comics as well. The only thing confirmed by the Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige is that Captain America: Civil War will be the end of the trilogy. The first part of the trilogy is entitled Captain America: The First Avenger, and the second part Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Since the third part of the trilogy has been announced many of the fans are still wondering how much it will follow the Marvel Comics. Unfortunately, not that much, if the Superhero Registration Act will turn into the Sokovia Accords. The screenplay will mainly focus on one big and powerful Government that has control over when and where the superheroes will be used. Because of that, a huge rift will be created between the Avengers, especially between Captain America and his workmate Tony Stark (Iron Man).

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Kevin Feige spoke out at an event for the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Avengers: Age of Ultron. MTV asked what will happen to the rest of the Avengers and the new ones as well. At this event, he revealed that the trilogy is close to an end.

“It’s very much, in a certain way, the completion of a Captain America trilogy. I think one day you’ll look back and watch Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Captain America: Civil War – and it’ll be one of the most unique and different trilogies ever around a single character.”

However, Kevin Feige said nothing about the fact that Chris Evans is expected to be part of both movies Avengers: Infinity War Part I and Avengers: Infinity War Part II. Avoiding this part, he also said that other non-cap characters have an important role to play in Captain America: Civil War.

“[We’re] bringing in some of the other players, most importantly Tony Stark, to tell that Civil War story. But it is very much a sequel to Winter Soldier.”

During the interview, Kevin Feige kept using big words like “unique”, “completion” or “single character”. We can expect one thing from all of this: Captain America: Civil War will be the last part but will definitely be the best one. But I most certainly don’t want to see Captain America die.

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Samantha is very interested in all the latest technological advancements and she loves to show it through her articles. You'll likely find her writing about one gadget or another, but she certainly doesn't shy away from science stuff either.

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The release of Atlas Fallen was delayed until August in order to provide the “best possible version”

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Atlas Fallen, an upcoming action role-playing game, has been delayed, according to publisher Focus Entertainment and developer Deck 13. This occurs shortly after a well-received public demonstration, during which new pictures and previews as well as the first gameplay were revealed. The team wants to give the game a bit more time in the oven, even though it appears to be quite promising. The game, originally scheduled to debut on May 16th, will instead do so on August 10th. Deck 13 announced the delay on social media, saying that it was necessary to “give the game some extra time so that we can provide the finest version of Atlas Fallen.”

The company said that it will reveal additional information about the game in the “early summer,” along with “new gameplay videos and your first look at drop-in co-op gameplay.” Atlas Fallen will also be released with a German audio option in addition to the English one. We have high hopes for this because delays are generally seen as positive things these days, and the game already looks great. Are you anticipating this one?

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Game on! During just two days, Resident Evil 4 sales reached 3 million

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Resident Evil 4 is performing quite well for itself, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Everyone agrees that the remake is a great version of a classic, and it has been a critical and financial success from the start. The game’s publisher, Capcom, announced in a brief statement that it had sold more than 3 million copies in its first two days on the international market. So, to compare, Resident Evil Village reached the same milestone in just four days, whereas Resident Evil 2: Remake sold just as many copies in its first week. In contrast, within five days of its release, Resident Evil 3 sold 2 million copies. Hence, the most recent entry is trending somewhat earlier than the others. Capcom also released an update on the total number of units shipped over the whole series, which presently stands at 135 million units and is accurate until December 31, 2022. It’s difficult to disagree with the publisher when it refers to Resident Evil as its “flagship game series” at this point.

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The Last of Us PC Version’s Joke: Joel’s Screwed Up Face

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We are not exactly certain how Naughty Dog intended The Last of Us: Part I’s PC release to turn out. It’s having to put out fire after fire from people on social media instead of happy tweets and lovely Picture Mode dumps. Technically speaking, the PC options are allegedly a disaster, as seen by the more than 4,000 “mainly unfavorable” user evaluations that have been consistently posted on Steam. Yet, for the coder, this trending tweet feels like the undesired icing on top. Anyone may use it as a punchline to illustrate how broken the PC version is. As freelance writer Kyle Campbell has illustrated here, Joel has undoubtedly experienced better times on Steam.

It’s not exactly the viewpoint Joel will want for future selfies, although we don’t know if the character model appears this way for the entire game. The end of the world has affected him more than usual, as evidenced by his facial hair, which appears to last for days. A truly sad sight. Let’s hope that he has some better days ahead of him. Of course, if you’re playing the game on a powerful computer, Joel doesn’t look like this. Nonetheless, you’d want to assume the port would look at least a little bit better than this because The Last of Us: Part I was even touted with the Steam Deck in a promotional advertisement. Naughty Dog has asked PC customers to submit support queries on its website via Twitter in order to collect comments and identify the problems with this specific version. The developer will want to address these issues right away because they ran flawlessly on the PS5. Many complaints lament frequent crashes, shader problems, and generally subpar performance. Instead of just being a straightforward version that runs on the personal computer, the studio even went so far as to refer to this transfer as being “for PC.” As a result, anticipate thick, quick flows of patches.

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