Square Enix’s massively multiplayer online role-playing title, Final Fantasy XIV, is a few years old now, however, the studio is doing a great job at keeping the playerbase engaged with periodic content updates and patches. The studio is even considering porting the game to Nintendo’s Switch console and Xbox One with cross-platform play support.
After waiting for around 11 years, Devil May Cry fans are finally getting Devil May Cry 5. Capcom announced the title during E3 2018, and the trailer revealed Dante’s comeback as well as a third mysterious character as of the time of writing. Luckily, the studio planned a livestream tomorrow at 8:00 PM JST, featuring director Hideaki Itsuno and producers Michiteru Okabe and Matthew Walker. The stream’s timing shortly after E3’s conclusion hints towards new information, especially with the stream’s description reading “hottest information”
If you were looking forward to the release of MechWarrior 5 Mercenaries this year December we have some saddening news: the title has been delayed to 2019. Piranha Games president Russ Bullock issued a statement stating that the delay was done in order to deliver the “best product possible.”
It’s no secret that Sony has been keeping its player base from mixing with other platforms, and with the recent announcement of Fortnite cross-play with Switch and various other platforms, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aim has reiterated Xbox Boss Phil Spencer’s frustration with Sony’s refusal to join in on cross-play, stating that there isn’t much that they can do.
Epic Games has just launched a new patch for their third-person shooter title, Fortnite. Patch Version 4.4 introduces amongst usual bug fixes and changes a new grenade and a new limited time mode have been introduced. Save The World players can also expect a new hero to make use of – unfortunately, the hero is only available for non-switch gamers.