Crunch has been a very real issue in the industry for years now, and in recent years, it’s become a very widely-known issue as well. CD Projekt RED have, in the past, been known for their intensive crunch during development of games – The Witcher 3 in particular went through a heavy crunch period – and as such, there have been some who have wondered whether they’ve been doing the same more
( Read More...|2 comments|Score: 3|Posted: )
Sony hasn’t said much about the PS5 controller at this point, but a new patent unearthed by the folk at Techtastic has suggested that the pad may end up embracing cloud gaming in such a way that the device will be able to connect to the Internet on its own. Patent Reveals Exciting PS5 Controller Details The patent itself describes “a controller device for user interactivity with a server more
( Read More...|comments|Score: 4|Posted: )
This console generation is drawing to a close. Yet, The Witcher 3, which launched four years ago, remains one of the premier examples for great open-world experiences. During production, however, the development team likely didn’t feel this would be the case. In fact, CD Projekt RED initially worried the title didn’t feature enough content to keep players engaged. Considering the sheer more
( Read More...|2 comments|Score: 4|Posted: )
Though it’s quite easy to hit the 900 Power soft cap in Bungie’s Destiny 2, even without owning Shadowkeep, Bungie is offering a route to lessening the grind. It’s recently made Character Boosters available for $20 or 2000 Silver each. These will boost a character’s Power level up to 900 if you’re not interested in the grind. However, it’s not that straightforward. First, you need more
( Read More...|3 comments|Score: 3|Posted: )
Gears 5 has come out, giving the series a shot in the arm that’s help revitalize it in many ways. While the single player was good, like a lot of games of this nature, it’s that sweet multiplayer that’s going to keep you coming back for more (unless you’re a quitter, then God help you). Today an update is going live that will bring back an old favorite, too. The next update, 1.5, is more
( Read More...|comments|Score: 5|Posted: )
Mortal Kombat 11 on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch is the best-selling game of 2019 so far, at least in the United States. That said, it doesn't have much planned for the rest of this year. Sindel is set to launch as the game's fourth DLC character next month, but that's all NetherRealm has coming to the game this year, or at least that's all it's revealed. That said, in 2020 Joker and more
( Read More...|comments|Score: 5|Posted: )
Riot Games announced that League of Legends is coming to PS4 and Xbox One in the form of League of Legends: Wild Rift, which takes the League of Legends experience on PC, and rebuilds it from the ground up for consoles and mobile. That's right, one of the world's most popular and iconic games is finally coming to console and mobile phones next year. At the moment of publishing, there's no word on more
( Read More...|1 comment|Score: 4|Posted: )
PS5, launching on holiday 2020, will support the game streaming subscription service PS Now. Sony revealed that the streaming service PS Now will also be available on PS5. The info comes through an interview with Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Network division’s Yasuhiro Osaki. The interview is included in this week’s Famitsu magazine. Yasuhiro Osaki also spoke on upcoming changes more
( Read More...|comments|Score: 5|Posted: )
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is not going to release in the first quarter of 2020 as previously planned. Hardsuit Labs and Paradox have today announced that Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 has been delayed from its previous Q1 2020 release window. The game does not yet have a new release target, but will launch later in 2020. In a blog post, Hardsuit Labs’ Andy more
( Read More...|1 comment|Score: 3|Posted: )
Rebellion's Zombie Army 4: Dead War will release for Epic Games Store, PS4, and Xbox One on February 4, 2020. Zombie Army 4: Dead War, the latest entry in Sniper Elite’s post-apocalyptic zombie spin-off series, was announced back at E3 during the PC Gamer Show with a vague “early 2020” release window. Following a tease late last week, Rebellion revealed just when we can expect to play more
( Read More...|comments|Score: 3|Posted: )

Select a New Topic

Gaming Headlines