Blizzard Arcade Collection Gets Two More Games In Free Update

A sequel and a prequel have both been added to the roster of games included in the Blizzard Arcade Collection.

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Blizzard has announced that two more titles have joined the Blizzard Arcade Collection: The Lost Vikings 2 and RPM Racing. You can access both games through the collection right now, you'll just first need to download a free update.

The update also implements a few new features and quality-of-life improvements for the Blizzard Arcade Collection. For example, when you head to the museum, you'll now be able to see a gallery of design documents for the development process behind the games included in the collection.

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A new streamer mode has also been added to Rock N Roll Racing (sequel to RPM Racing), allowing you to stream your gameplay with the MIDI versions of the songs.

The Lost Vikings 2 is a 1997 side-scrolling platformer in which you play as three Vikings (or sometimes their new werewolf of dragon friend) who are trying to find their way home after being sent through time. RPM Racing is a 1991 racer--one of the first games produced by Blizzard.

The Blizzard Arcade Collection already contains The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, and Blackthorne. It allows you to experience Blizzard's classic games with modern day additions, like new songs and for Rock N Roll Racing and a new level map for Blackthorne. The collection is available on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Switch and can be played on Xbox Series X|S and PS5 via backwards compatibility.

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