Defiant Development has gone public with the Xbox One launch date for Hand of Fate 2. Arriving on December 1, it will be compatible with Xbox One X and look extra sharp thanks to 4K Ultra HD support.
While Yooka-Laylee, the quirky 3D platforming title already released on Xbox One and PS4 consoles a couple months back, Switch gamers will finally get to experience the title on Nintendo’s hybrid console, alongside some swanky additions 14 December.
Since the launch of Epic Game’s battle royale mode in Fortnite, a huge influx of players have been funnelling into the game’s servers, and with this influx comes a host of sneaky gamers looking to cheat. Epic Games responded by banning cheating accounts and suing the worst offenders. One of which is a 14-year old child from Delaware, his mother responded to the allegation via an open letter which you can read, here.
After a long trek across PC, PlayStation and Xbox platforms, kickstarter-funded collectathon Yooka-Laylee has locked in a release date for Nintendo Switch. Scheduled for a December 14 launch, players are just two weeks away from being able to get their hands on its 3D platforming adventures.
Tomb Raider has sold a whopping 11 million copies in total, since its launch in 2013. Speaking to GamesIndustry, Square Enix revealed the statistics and while the publisher didn’t give an inclination as to which platform constituted the most sales, SteamSpy’s data reveals that almost half of them are coming from the PC.