Bandai Namco has announced and detailed the upcoming open beta for their highly anticipated manga/anime fighting title, Jump Force.
Day: January 10, 2019
Game Director for Devil May Cry 5 — Hideaki Itsuno, has been showcasing the upcoming highly anticipated game in South Korea, and thanks to the media coverage, some new interesting facts about the game have been released including the games estimated length to beat.
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Battle Royale is all the hype right now and it seems that Rockstar has got the itch for it as well, as the latest update for Red Dead Redemption 2 will be coming with a new 32-player Battle Royale mode.
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Bungie is dropping its existing partnership with Activision in order to self-publish Destiny. The developer says the transition is “already underway in its early stages, with Bungie and Activision both committed to making sure the handoff is as seamless as possible.” Bungie’s immediate plans for Destiny 2 updates remain unchanged, and the game will remain on Battle.net.
Atlus is best known for RPGs like the Shin Megami Tensei series and its popular Persona spin-off. For years, the company has focused on console and handheld development, but that changed today with the launch of sexy puzzle-platformer Catherine on PC, and now fans are left to wonder if the company’s more famous titles may follow.
The CES 2019 has been pretty fruitful so far, with a lot of technological demonstrations and new trailers released showcasing the new graphical components studios use to impress their playerbase. One of the more interesting announcements was Xbox boss Phil Spencer taking center-stage alongside Dr. Lisa Su during AMD’s opening keynote and revealing their partnership for “future platforms.” Of course, considering AMD’s new 3rd Generation Ryzen processors and Radeon VII graphics card announcements, this is a very good sign for what Microsoft’s future platforms can have in terms of raw and graphical power.
Bethesda promised a major update is coming to Fallout 76 early this year, and teased it will contain “over 150 fixes.” The patch notes are finally out, and the studio delivered its promise.