Today, eagle-eyed Steam users caught a new teaser page on the Steam site for something called the Valve Index, which promises to “upgrade your experience” in May 2019. It looks very much like a new VR headset, and it matches with a set of leaks and trademark filings we began to see late last year.
Day: March 29, 2019
Months of barely contained rumors have now been confirmed. ARS T...
This probably shouldn’t come as a surprise, but today Todd Howard confirmed that you won’t be seeing anything from Bethesda Game Studios’ next big RPGs at E3 this year. So if you were hoping for a Starfield release date or an Elder Scrolls VI release date, you’re going to have to keep on hoping for a whole lot longer.
Amazon and Nintendo have seemingly partnered up to bring a crazy special offer to their consumers. If you are a Prime member, Amazon’s Twitch Prime membership is offering one full free year of Nintendo’s Online Service as a reward.
The popular asymmetrical horror multiplayer title, Dead by Daylight will be adding a new character to the game and for fans of the Evil Dead franchise will surely be excited.
The Nintendo Switch has a number of big name developers working on the system which the Nintendo Wii U really lacked in. However, because developers need plenty of time to work on these games, some of the bigger titles which released the past year or two were not present on the latest Nintendo platform. One of those bigger titles was Red Dead Redemption 2, which can be argued that it’s too demanding to run on the Nintendo Switch, to begin with. However, a new ad leak from Target may have revealed that the game may be hitting the platform in the near future.
Ubisoft’s Anno 1800 is the latest game to drop from Steam in favour of the Epic Games store – though, like The Division 2 before it, the game will still be available through Ubisoft’s own Uplay launcher. Anno 1800 has been available for pre-orer on Steam for quite awhile now, which means there are all sorts of questions about how all those purchases will be fulfilled.
The past few months we’ve been hearing quite a bit about E3 2019 but most may not have been thrilled over it. A few notable companies have decided to part ways from the big video game industry event. For starters, we have Sony who was first to pull out from E3 2019 after claiming that they didn’t have enough news to put on a show and that they were looking to introduce new content along with announcements in a different way. One of which took place earlier this week, Sony’s PlayStation State of Play, a Nintendo Direct like upload which went over some of the latest news from Sony’s end.