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PS5 : Blizzard Arcade Collection brings the brand’s classics to PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch

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Activision Blizzard announced Blizzard Arcade Collection at the opening ceremony of the BlizzConline. It is a compilation that includes the first three Blizzard Entertainment games: The Lost Vikings (1993), Rock n ‘Roll Racing (1993) and Blackthorne (1994). They will be available in the next few hours at PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch At a price of 19.99 euros.

Whoever bought the Celebration Collection for the 30th anniversary to receive the computer game through Battle.net. Likewise, Blizzard 30-Year Celebration Collection buyers on console you will get the game for your system free.

All three titles feature multiple improvements, including a functionality that was not available when they were released in the first half of the 90s: the possibility of save and load games The titles are translated into 13 languages, including the spanish of Spain.

Improvements to The Lost Vikings, Blackthorne and Rock N ‘Roll Racing

Each game can be played on your original version and in a Definitive Edition with improvements, such as the possibility of rewind to correct the mistakes we make and to configure keys and buttons to suit the player. The Lost Vikings mixes the best things from the different versions of the original game: the better sound, extra phases and cinematic scenes, as well as the cooperative for three users.

In Rock N Roll Racing you can play in 16: 9 aspect ratio, are added environment effects like snow and rain, and the number of local players up to four. Likewise, the variations of the circuits amount to 384 and the recorded versions of the songs and new themes are added. The Definitive Edition by Blackthorne includes an area only available in the 32-bit version and a “fog of war” map that is discovered as the player explores.

The original editions of The Lost Vikings and Blackthorne add a “View” option that allows see a complete gameplay of the game and enter the game anytime. Rock ‘n Roll Racing features splitscreen four player multiplayer and The Lost Vikings cooperative for three locally.

Besides being able to play with different screen filters, there is also a Museum which allows you to see sketches of the creation process of the three titles, interviews with the creators, additional material, official art and untouched discarded content.