When it comes to Marvel, there is a massive fan base. It all started with the comic books and since then it blossomed to new media mediums. For instance, there is the Marvel Cinematic Universe that has brought out a ton of money and new fans to the Marvel name. Now most recently a new video game is in the works known as Marvel’s Avengers and it’s being developed by Crystal Dynamics. Knowing how massive of a fan base the franchise has, the development team knew going into the game that there would be some blowback.
Day: January 15, 2020
BioShock is quite an iconic video game franchise and while we have three installments to the series, it’s been rather dormant. Luckily 2K Games is bringing out a new installment so there’s something to look forward to playing though details on the game and when it will be released are still scarce at the moment. What we may get in the meantime is the BioShock: The Collection on the Nintendo Switch though nothing official has been announced quite yet.
When it comes to Quantic Dream the studio has been around for years and it was only recently that they gained funding to step away from delivering just PlayStation exclusives. With NetEase investing in the studio, Quantic Dream was able to bring out the last three big hits from the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 for the PC platform. Now with the ability to publish, it seems that Quantic Dream has some big plans on how they progress forward and a recent tweet suggests that this year should have plenty of surprises.
Respawn Entertainment released the anticipated Star Wars title, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order back in November of 2019. It was a game that had plenty of fans interested as it was a narrative-focused Star Wars title and one that was set after the events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith and a little over a decade before the events of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. As a result, there were plenty of gamers who had pre-ordered the title and with it came access to certain bonuses.
After a sizable delay in the transition from console to PC, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is now available on Steam – and Capcom says the new release has helped push the expansion past four million sales. Base Monster Hunter World sales hit 15 million units sold as of the start of the year, cementing its position as Capcom’s best-selling game of all time.
The latest Sea of Thieves update is here – Legends of the Sea and its patch notes are both ready for your pirating pleasure. The central theme of the update comes in a set of journeys that celebrate the game’s best-known players, but we’re also getting the return of Gilded Voyages and a new way to earn a whole lot of extra gold.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has a new, huge update on the way very soon, marking the start of the battle royale game’s Season 6. The update, patch 6.1, will add the new Karakin map, a black zone, and plenty more when it comes to PC live servers on January 22. For those willing to play the new content on the test servers, you can do so right away.
Following news that League of Legends season 10 will bring a new-look Volibear, the lead producer on the MOBA game’s Champions team has talked about some upcoming changes to the roster – and Volibear players are in for a treat. Users of the Juggernaut Champion will get a free Volibear skin once his rework is complete.
World of Warcraft patch 8.3 Visions of N’Zoth has landed – and it’s a big one. The MMORPG’s newest update follows last year’s 8.2 patch Rise of Azshara in Battle for Azeroth, and brings a raft of new content to sink your teeth into – including new Allied races, a 12 boss raid, activity (‘Assaults’), and much more. Read on for the WoW patch 8.3 highlights.
The recommended and minimum system requirements for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, a game about big fighting carrots, have been released. A Vegeta-ble filled romp from start to finish, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot appears to have a very low bar for entry. It could even run on a potato. Rad… itz.