Because it's the weekend and I don't want to write individual news posts.
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Hello everyone and welcome to this special edition of CS-Nation Total Gaming Network NewsBits! It's been a hot minute, right?

These are coming at you today because it's the weekend, I'm tired, and frankly I just do not want to create individual news posts for all of this. I'd like to play more than the first level of Halo Infinite at some point.

The Game Awards had a lot of new trailer reveals beyond the ones that I have put up over the past couple of days already. Unfortunately for me, there are still a ton of trailers and a few pieces of news that I just did not get to yet. Those can all be found below. Even with this, I'll still probably have ended up missing something. You can forgive me, right? ... Right?!

• A new trailer for Destiny 2: The Witch Queen expansion was shown off. Looks like we're headed back to Mars come February 2022.

• Some new gameplay for the new Saints Row game was there. This should put aside some fears people had of this game getting rid of the "whacky" side the franchise has been known for.

• Dune is becoming a 4X real-time strategy game with Dune: Spice World. PC early access on this one starts next year.

• Telltale is making The Expanse: A Telltale Series. This game takes place before the events of the show.

• More Cuphead is coming. Look for Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course DLC to drop on June 30, 2022.

• Sonic, Tails, Dr. Robotnik, and Knuckles are all present in this new trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog 2. This will be in theaters on April 8, 2022.

• Speaking of Sonic, Sega has provided fans with an announcement trailer for Sonic Frontiers. Looks like Sonic is getting his first truly open world game in late 2022.

• Former DICE developers announced Arc Raiders. It's a sci-fi PvE third-person shooter that features 3-player co-op. It will be free-to-play and releases in 2022.

• Ninja Theory and Microsoft showed off gameplay footage for Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2.

• Speaking of gameplay, we were given a new gameplay trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

• Wonder Woman is getting the video game treatment courtesy of WB Games and Monolith Productions.

• Star Wars Eclipse was given a really awesome reveal trailer. It's a new game from Quantic Dream, so uh... yeah.

• Google says you'll be able to play Android games on PC in 2022. You'll be able to play on mobile then pick up your progress later on PC, and vice-versa.

• Homeworld 3 will be out in Q4 2022. It also received a new trailer this week during The Game Awards.

• Gearbox also showed off a new trailer for Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. Will Arnett is the bad guy in this. This spin-off will be out on March 25, 2022, unless you're a Steam-exclusive user.

• PUBG: Battlegrounds is going free-to-play on January 12, 2022. However, if you want to play ranked, you'll still have to pony up about $13 (USD).

• Persona 4 Arena Ultimax is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC on March 17, 2022. This release comes about 9 years after the initial release in arcades and 8 years since the PS3 and Xbox 360 releases.

• CrossfireX is a new free-to-play multiplayer FPS from Smilegate that also includes a single-player campaign made by Remedy. It's out on February 10 for the Xbox Series X|S.

• Former BioWare devs announced a fantasy-era survival game, Nightingale.

• Slitterhead is the first game from Bokeh, a new studio created by Silent Hill creator Keiichrio Toyama.

• Mix battle royale with a brawler and you have Rumblerverse, a new game coming from Iron Galaxy and Epic Games.

• Babylon's Fall from PlatinumGames and Square Enix will be out on March 3, 2022. You'll need a constant Internet connection to play.

• Thirsty Suitors from Annapurna Interactive combines action, adventure, dating, skateboarding, and cooking.

• Have a Nice Death is a new hand-drawn roguelike 2D action game. Look for it to hit Steam Early Access in March 2022.

• From the creator of Inside comes a new sci-fi adventure game, Somerville.

• Planet of Lana is a sci-fi adventure game from Wishfully featuring music from The Last Guardian's Takeshi Furukawa.

• Steelrising offers an alternative history lesson for you. Think the French Revolution but with killer robots.

• Metal: Hellsinger tasks you with blasting away demons to the beat of a Metal soundtrack. No, this game is not related to BPM: Bullets Per Minute despite it looking very similar.

• Evil West is a third-person action game that pits you against vampiric hordes.

Alright, that's it. Maybe now you can see why I decided to turn these into a NewsBits. I know I missed a couple of things, but at this point my thought is: Oh well.