Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey attackers! Its Bethany here on Wednesday April 16th with your daily MMO news from MMOAttack.com. PVP mayhem is coming for WildStar, yes I'm taking 40 vs 40, the Last of Us has a bunch of new content you can make it rain for, and Square Enix is being sold to a firm that sounds like a bad security company. Your Daily XP starts now! Now this reminds me of the 40 vs 40 glory days of Alterac Valley without having anything to do with World of Warcraft. Carbine Studios today released an action packed new trailer showcasing the epic 40v40 PvP in the upcoming MMORPG, WildStar. In true WildStar fashion, the WildStar community has been treated to a collection of hilarious videos since the game was first announced, and this latest trailer offers the same quality as those before. The video goes into detail in regards to the organizing of a Warplot party, the purchasing and decoration of Warplots, combat preparations and the ability to harvest resources in-between battles. Carbine Studios also had some exciting news this past PAX East 2014, revealing that WildStar has gone gold and pre-orders can be purchased on the official website. Big news for fans of The Last of Us. Naughty dog has detailed its new DLC, and possibly last DLC, for the extremely popular game. It's called the Grounded Bundle, and is mostly aimed toward those who are still playing the multiplayer modes. At $4.99, Grounded Mode gets you significantly more advanced gameplay, making survival crazy difficult. You can also purchase four of the new multiplayer maps at $9.99 each, and you can get your hands on a load of new scary weapons with the Survivalist Weapon Bundle at $5.99. There are also two Survival Skill bundles, situational and professional, at $3.99. Enough about money though; every player, season-pass holder or not, will get the gift of a brand new rifle free of charge. Thanks guys. I just talked a load about money, but let's talk about it more. Sony has announced that it's selling all of its shares it currently holds in Square Enix. Sony has had around 9.5 million Square Enix shares for a decade, but they are saying later to those shares and selling them to a global firm called SMBC Nikko Securities. According to those trusty folks at the Wall Street Journal, the stock will book a $47 million one-off profit for the fiscal quarter ending in June; the exact price for which the shares sell will be revealed on Thursday. The expected sale place is way lower than the $157 million that the shares are currently worth according to their value on the market. Exclusive Square Enix titles such as earlier Final Fantasy games and the Kingdom Hearts series launched exclusively on PlayStation consoles, but in 2008, the publisher broke that trend by releasing Final Fantasy 13 on Xbox 360 as well as PS3. Alright guys, that is all I have for you today. Be sure to like this video and subscribe to MMOAttack.com for your daily investment to your brain of really awesome gaming news. Follow us on Instagram @MMOAttack and be sure to send us any stories you think we may have missed in the comments down below. See ya!