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How February became the most surprisingly busy pop culture month in 2019




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Crackdown 3, Jump Force, Super Smash Bros. Amiibo, and much more.

If there is one thing I love, it is Kingdom Hearts. If it's another thing I love, it's keeping track of strange phenomena in the pop culture's release date. Fortunately for me, 201

9 has already proved to be a surprisingly packed time during a normally quite period of the year – February.

While Sony has used February's expert on hits like Horizon Zero Dawn and Shadow of the Colossus, it's usually quiet month in pop culture. Until 2019, especially February 15th.

With the announcement that Metro Exodus will be released on that day, February 15th can now count on five major game releases, an exciting Netflix cartoon comedy and three genre films that will keep us all busy after Valentine's Day. So let's down what's happening that day:

Crackdown 3

Comes to: Windows, Xbox One

When we last saw it: Terry Crews was featured in a Crackdown 3 trailer that debuted under The Game Awards 2018, while IGN had a chance to finally go hand in hand with the sky-driven multiplayer Crackdown has promised quite a long time.

This release comes a long time as we first heard about Crackdown coming to Xbox One on E3 2014.

Dead or Alive 6

Coming to: PS4, Windows, Xbox One

When we last saw it: IGN revealed exclusively Dead or Alive 6 in front of E3 2018, but we have seen a steady stream of gameplay and character reveals since then, including Lightning Technomancer, as well as Honoka vs. Marie Rose games earlier this fall.

Far Cry New Dawn

Comes to: PS4, Windows, Xbox One

When we last saw it: IGN revealed exclusively six minutes of new game from Far Cry New Dawn, a freelance sequel to Far Cry 5.

Ubisoft only revealed Official New Dawn during The Game Awards 2018 earlier this month, along with which IGN had a preview of the forthcoming expansion to the Far Cry universe.

Players will be a survivor of nuclear disaster in Hope County, Montana who has to fight the scavenger group Highwaymen. [19659000] Jump Force

Comes to: PS4, Windows, Xbox One

When we last saw it: Many characters reveal trailers have been debuting since Jump Force reveals earlier this year, including the latest Kenshin trailer.

Jump Force will collect various franchises to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Weekly Jump Magazine, including Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, Yu-Gi-Oh and other series.

Metro Exodus

Coming to: PS4, Windows, Xbox One

When we last saw it: 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver has confirmed Metro Exodus will now release a week earlier than the scheduled February 22 release, after announcing he has gone gold.

4A Games revealed the first time Metro Exodus in 2017 after retelling a new entry in the series back in 2016.

Three Super Smash Bros. Amiibo

Nintendo holds support from Super Smash Bros Ultimate stable into the new year, not only the release of new DLC fighters, but also new amiibo for the battle game.

The three amiibos to be released February 15 are ice climbers, as well as new warriors Piranha Plant and King K. Rool.

Also released: Dragons Dawn of New Riders

(Technical has all February 14 releases)

Alita: Battle Angel

Sin City director Robert Rodriguez is adapting to the popular manga alive with Rosa Salazar in titular role, along with a supporting gang, including Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly and Mahershala Ali.

Happy Death Day 2U

Blumhomes Sleeping Down by 2017 Happy Death Day becomes a sequel that, if the trailer is any indicator n, will take its Groundhog Day with murder prize to even crisp heights, while possibly exploring the lion about what's going on with the protagonist Theresa Gelbman.

Also released: Is not it romantic

The umbrella academy

Netflix's adaptation of Gerard Ways comic series Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, and Mary J. Blige among a major ensemble cast. The show adapts the story of the cartoon and follows seven of 43 children unexpectedly born the same day in 1989, which was adopted by Sir Reginald Hargreeves (Colm Feore) to "save the world".

Of course, the perishable family and Reginald's ambitions do not go exactly as planned.

Also Released: Proven Innocent

Stay tuned as inevitably more TV releases have been confirmed – it would not be a weekend without at least five new Netflix originals – and for some release date changes.

Jonathon Dornbush is the IGN news editor, PlayStation management and Beyond! host. Talk to him about what you're most spent on February 15th on Twitter @ jmdornbush .


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