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Did you miss The Daily Platinum a few days this week? We got you covered today with this recap of last week’s happenings.
- Days Gone had a bigger physical launch in Japan than both God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn
- Rage 2 and A Plague Tale: Innocence were among the big releases this past week.
- Moss is getting a free content update sometime in June.
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood will not include the Mein Leben difficulty from the last game.
- Skull & Bones has been delayed again until 2020 and will not make an appearance at E3 this year.
- NieR: Automata has reached 4 million in total sales.
- The Persistence will get a Complete Edition including the full game playable outside of VR.
- Predator VR may have leaked via a trophy listing over on Exophase.
- There could be a Final Fantasy VII Remake demo at E3 next month according to credible sources.
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