Day: October 31, 2019

Battlefield Won’t See A New Release Until 2022
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Battlefield Won’t See A New Release Until 2022

With 2019 coming towards an end, most are looking at what’s to come in 2020. The video game industry is hard at work turning out titles that will release for either the end of the current-generation life cycle or the start of the next-generation platforms. Regardless of what consoles some franchises are hitting, there are a few iconic series that has people wondering just when the next installment will hit the market. For Battlefield fans, the series is taking a breather and we may not see it until 2022. read more

Ubisoft Confirms Next-Gen Video Game Installments
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Ubisoft Confirms Next-Gen Video Game Installments

It’s not too surprising to see developers start teasing at what’s coming out for the next-generation of consoles. Most of it can’t be unveiled quite yet as we’re still really waiting for the full reveals of the Project Scarlett and PlayStation 5. Despite knowing that the next-generation consoles are heading out in the upcoming holiday season of 2020, we have yet to get the release date for when we can expect both Sony and Microsoft to showcase their new console platforms. read more

The Witcher Netflix Trailer Officially Unveils Release Date
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The Witcher Netflix Trailer Officially Unveils Release Date

You may already be familiar with the Netflix original series of The Witcher. It’s been a series that’s highly anticipated with reception on the casting choice and visuals being mixed. Still, it’s something that’s gotten plenty of attention and yesterday we were graced with an official Tweet from the production alerting fans that the first real trailer would be released today. That trailer can be viewed up above and it gives fans another look into The Witcher world, but more importantly, it alerts fans that the series will be coming out before 2020. read more

Soma & Costume Quest Now Free Through Epic Games Store
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Soma & Costume Quest Now Free Through Epic Games Store

The Epic Games Store released as a major competitor against Valve’s Steam digital marketplace. Epic Games had the resources to compete for thanks to mainly their wide success of Fortnite which generates plenty of revenue into their bank account. Still, for years Valve had a monopoly of sorts with the variety of video game titles that players could purchase and own digitally. As a result, Epic Games needed an edge and it cost them quite a bit of flack. read more