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Saturday, May 16, 2020

The Walking Dead: A Fatal Frontier Reportedly in Works

A leaker on Reddit reveals details of alleged The Walking Dead: A Fatal Frontier by reformed Telltale Games.

Halfway though development of episodic adventure title The Walking Dead: The Final Season, developer/publisher Telltale Games were shut down in 2018 and Skybound Entertainment took over to complete Clementine's journey.

Right after their assets were acquired by LCG Entertainment in August 2019, a leaker with ties to reformed Telltale Games recently claims Season 5 of The Walking Dead series titled The Walking Dead: A Fatal Frontier is in works.

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The Walking Dead: A Fatal Frontier Reportedly in Works

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An alleged Telltale insider on Reddit has posted about Tales from the Borderlands Redux lately that is going to be revealed soon. Same leaker also stated that a tech demo for The Wolf Among Us 2 will be premiered via Summer Game Fest.

The Walking Dead is renewed for a fifth season despite wrapping everything up in its fourth and The Final Season. Its subtitle "A Fatal Frontier" may eventually change, which will take cues from events of Season Three: A New Frontier.

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Although the game will be on same length on past releases, TWD will not continue its episodic format and will move to survival horror genre. There are enough dialogue choices but they won't be focused entirely on narrative direction.

Clementine's former companion and second playable character Javier Garcia from Season Three will make his return. Community of Richmond, Virginia has fallen and almost everything else from "A New Frontier" is scrapped except for Javier.

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Every survivor that has somehow managed to live until this point since Season Three will all die when falls. Kenny is joining as a returning character, implying developers will force retconning him into story regardless of past choices.

Given how he was shot earlier in one choice and never put down to prevent reanimation, his return is not completely impossible. Kenny and Javier will even cross paths at some point when both of them are out looking for Clementine.

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Former members of New Frontier group were apparently behind the fall of Richmond are now after Javier and Kenny. In terms of gameplay, A Fatal Frontier took primary inspiration from games like Resident Evil and The Evil Within 2.

IP for The Walking Dead currently belongs to Skybound following a sudden closure of Telltale Games back in 2018. LCG Entertainment bought all company assets of Telltale and maybe preparing to make a comeback through "A Fatal Frontier".

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Whether or not Skybound Entertainment is interested to explore further into TWD universe is still unclear. Since there is no concrete evidence of any of these alleged leaks to be true, fans would be wise to take everything with a grain of salt.

If information from this leak turns out to be true then Skybound is probably breaking usual episodic nature of Telltale Games titles. The Walking Dead: A Fatal Frontier is rumored to debut at PC Game Show as Epic Games Store-exclusive.

Friday, May 15, 2020

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Release Date Leaked on Amazon

A recent leak from Amazon Italy listing revealed Assassin's Creed Valhalla release date is set for October 2020.

Through a livestream, developer/publisher Ubisoft has revealed latest installment of Assassin's Creed action-adventure stealth game series, Assassin's Creed Valhalla in April but other than a holiday 2020 window, there is no launch date.

Recently, a release date accidentally added to product listing page of Amazon Italy was spotted by Reddit user AssassinsCrypt and managed to take a screenshot as well where it shows that AC Valhalla is set to arrive on October 15, 2020.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Release Date Leaked on Amazon

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However, Ubisoft were quick to make a move as soon as word got out and change that date to December 31, which is the last day of 2020. AssassinsCrypt has posted it on Facebook to let everyone see aside from posting on Reddit.

Details on gameplay mechanics (without any actual footage) and plot setting of ACV on how Viking leader Eivor to lead his clan of Nordic warriors to find a new home in ninth century England are coming out frequently these days.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Leaked Release Date

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Since Valhalla is slated to come out in holiday 2020, an October release date on Amazon placeholder seems very plausible. Given current global situation with COVID-19 pandemic, Ubisoft can always move that date up if they have to.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is currently set to launch on alleged release date of October 15, 2020 for Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X, supporting Smart Delivery feature for Microsoft consoles.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Capcom May be Teasing Next Resident Evil Game for 2021

In latest financial report, Capcom is hinted at major new games coming before March 2021, possibly more Resident Evil.

In an attempt to return to survival horror roots, developer/publisher Capcom released mainline Resident Evil series title Resident Evil 7 before moving on to long-awaited Resident Evil 2 Remake and its successor Resident Evil 3 Remake.

Now that their previously announced projects are done launching, Capcom can move forward with iconic horror franchise and eager fans are curiously wondering if a sequel or another remake will be next Resident Evil game for 2021.

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Capcom May be Teasing Next Resident Evil Game for 2021

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A recent financial presentation suggests that Capcom plans to launch several titles by end of current fiscal year, which may wrap up in March 2021 and they are likely to make this move to achieve a new sales record in the mean time.

Resident Evil series has been officially announced to be the most successful series in Capcom history by selling over 98 million units worldwide so far, which is 30 million units more than their second biggest franchise, Monster Hunter.

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In one of their growth strategies, Capcom expressed intent of releasing multiple major new titles. It is also pointed out on page 9 of the presentation that there will be 13 new titles (SKU), which most probably stands for stock keeping unit.

With latest release of Resident Evil 3 Remake last month, 3 SKU is already wrapped as it was launched for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms, which leaves 10 more slots left for upcoming future titles that are yet to be revealed.

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Given how next Resident Evil mainline entry is apparently falling into same early year release window like recent remakes from last two years, Capcom may end up launching Resident Evil 8 for PC and next-gen consoles within March 2021.

However, there is another rumor of a Resident Evil 4 Remake being in works by a new studio, M-Two with a set release window of 2022. If that is true, Capcom is almost certainly aiming for releasing Resident Evil titles on annual basis.

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Batman: Court of the Owls game Rumored to Be Revealed Soon

WB Montréal could finally be revealing Batman: Court of the Owls game this week at Summer Game Fest.

Rumor mill for a new Batman game has been running for some time since December 2018 and even Batman: Arkham Origins developer WB Games Montréal started teasing on annual Batman Day 2019, adding further fuel to flame.

According to an early report, a reveal was all set for E3 2020 event which was cancelled due to Coronavirus outbreak and now an alleged leak on Reddit by user BloomMilk claims for an upcoming announcement of new Batman game.

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Batman: Court of the Owls game Rumored to Be Revealed Soon

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This leak apparently originated from 4chan imageboard and therefore, should be taken with a grain of salt. This leaker claims that WB Montréal will be revealing their long-awaited Batman game at Summer Game Fest event on May 12, 2020.

When a Twitter user asked video game industry influencer Geoff Keighley about possibility of a Batman game reveal event recently, he simply advises to manage expectations without directly confirming or denying anything at all.

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Keighley being coy about what to expect from Summer Game Fest, assures that the game will be "cool and fun".


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Latest source of leak also claims that there will be general story reboot without "Arkham" in title, yet character looks and gameplay mechanics are to remain similar, which sounds a lot like previous report of Batman: Arkham series reboot.

Players will be exploring to a massive open-world Gotham City, exclusively on next-gen console systems and PC. Renowned voice actor Mark Hamill will not be reprising his iconic role as The Joker, which is a huge let down for series fans.

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Since there are no way to verify credibility for any of these sources, players can simply wait for Geoff Keighley to officially unveil highly anticipated reboot of acclaimed Arkham series at Summer Game Fest showcase on this Tuesday.

WB Games Montréal teased working on a Batman game set within Arkhamverse and is loosely based on 2011 DC Comics storyline Batman: Court of Owls several times already, showing logos of various criminal factions of Gotham.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Resident Evil 8 to Have Most Disturbing Enemy Designs in Series

Latest rumor from a trusted leaker claims that Resident Evil 8 will feature most disturbing and gruesome enemies in entire series.

After recent release of long-awaited modern-day remake of 1999 survival horror classic Resident Evil 3, fans are waiting for Resident Evil 8, next installment of mainline Resident Evil series from developer/publisher Capcom.

For past few months, rumors for redesign of original series protagonist Chris Redfield and 2021 release window came out. Further report from a renowned leaker claims RE8 will feature the most disturbing enemy designs in entire series.

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Resident Evil 8 to Have Most Disturbing Enemy Designs in Series

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Frequently answering curious fans about upcoming Resident Evil game when he is not busy leaking major details, leaker AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem recently talked some more about yet to be unannounced Resident Evil 8 on Twitter.

While talking about RE games in general, Dusk Golem teased a new Silent Hill title reveal for near future. Although rumors of a franchise reboot were debunked by developer/publisher Konami earlier, hopefully there is still some possibility.

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AestheticGamer took Twitter to announce latest piece of info on RE8 and a rumored return of Silent Hill.


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Without talking about characters, development progress, possible dates or story premise, he dives into RE8 being "darkest and most gruesome", not revealing whether that is a nod to overall setting or a gore-filled gameplay experience.

As he is asked for a definition of his previous line, he simply points out that enemy designs for RE8 is going to be most disturbing among entirety of Resident Evil series, something that nicely matches with a dark and gruesome theme.

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Responding to a fellow Twitter user, AestheticGamer only states the following on RE8 without much detail.


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For past RE titles, Capcom always introduced new and dreadful enemy creatures each time including boss character Marguerite Baker and legion of insects from Resident Evil 7, most recent release in their long-running horror franchise.

Following groundbreaking success of Resident Evil 2 and 3 Remake, series fans are now eagerly waiting for an official reveal of Resident Evil 8 from Capcom, which is much likely to get announced by for next-generation consoles and PC.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Scarlet Nexus Announced for Next-Gen Release

Bandai Namco announces action RPG title Scarlet Nexus at Inside Xbox event for next-gen console release.

On latest episode of Inside Xbox event, developer/publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment reveals their upcoming action role-playing game Scarlet Nexus for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

Bandai Namco has assembled dev team members who previously worked on Tales of series, including Tales of Vesperia to develop their first major title for next-gen console systems, which is currently scheduled to release in 2020.

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Scarlet Nexus Announced for Next-Gen Release

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A brand-new announcement trailer for Scarlet Nexus has been launched to briefly showcase its plot premise.




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In a distant future, human brain started producing psionic hormone and developed incredible powers that literally changed the world. Though a new era of humanity began, a strange mutant species called Others came after their brains.

Since these enemies couldn't be harmed though regular means, people with special abilities came together and formed Other Suppression Force, a last line of defense made of psionic scouts to save humanity from certain extinction.

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Players will assume role of protagonist character Yuito Sumeragi, a young member of OSF who is gifted with psycho-kinesis powers. His sword-like primary melee weapon can be thrown at enemies amidst fights and it will come back at him.

Yuito can also throw heavy objects using his powers and your surroundings become your biggest ally during a fight. Enemy forces mostly consist of weird-looking humanoid creatures with flower vases for upper body part and no head.

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For Microsoft family of devices, Scarlet Nexus will be supporting Smart Delivery system so that players who would buy a copy on Xbox One can enjoy the game on Series X console as well, simply with a free update from developers.

Scarlet Nexus has a visual style similar to God Eater/Code Vein and with gameplay mechanics seemingly inspired from Devil May Cry series. Its overall aesthetics aims to reinvent classic JRPG genre with futuristic design and combat system.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla First Gameplay Trailer

First-look of Assassin's Creed Valhalla gameplay is revealed at recent episode of Inside Xbox, showcasing combat, raids and more.

Following a lengthy livestream event, developer/publisher Ubisoft has revealed upcoming installment of Assassin's Creed action-adventure stealth game series, Assassin's Creed Valhalla through a cinematic trailer a week ago.

In previous announcement, Ubisoft promised to release a trailer for AC Valhalla offering first look at gameplay of ninth century epic Viking journey on latest episode of Inside Xbox, which is dropped today during Microsoft reveal event.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla First Gameplay Trailer

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At next-gen gameplay presentation, Ubisoft delves deep into intense combat of ACV in brand-new video.




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Opening shot of newest cinematic trailer opens with Viking warriors are having a feast in longhouse. Then the scene briefly focuses on a statue of Thor and takes a close-up of a Hidden Blade that player character will carry around.

Rather than showing any actual gameplay footage, what Ubisoft has showcased is probably scenes that take place before or after of some action sequences, which seem a lot like a late April fool's joke to fans given their video title.

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Instead of captured in-game footage, Valhalla shows a bunch of scenes featuring Viking raider Eivor. He and his Viking clan are shown to engage in what seems like a raid, charges at enemies with dual-wielding melee weapons and more.

Players can choose a male of female version of protagonist character that can be customized with gears, tattoos and etc. A pet raven will help you with aerial direction while sailing through snowy waterways, as an alternative for eagle.

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Valhalla to support Smart Delivery feature at launch and therefore, let people play on both Microsoft consoles. Open-world gameplay will return once again as well as new mechanics like settlement building and political influence.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is set for holiday 2020 release on Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5Xbox One and Xbox Series X. Windows PC version will be available to purchase on Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store at launch.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Lord of The Rings: Gollum Reveals First Screenshots

Daedalic Entertainment reveals new screenshots for upcoming Lord of The Rings: Gollum, featuring its creepy protagonist.

Based on fantasy universe of J.R.R Tolkien, a narrative-focused stealth adventure game titled Lord of The Rings: Gollum was announced last year by developer Daedalic Entertainment to release in 2021 for next-gen consoles.

Today, a series of newly revealed screenshot by Daedalic offers first-look at their take on titular wretched creature on social media and LoTR: Gollum is currently scheduled to arrive next year for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

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Lord of The Rings: Gollum Reveals First Screenshots

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Gollum is best known for his iconic portrayal from The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings film franchises by renowned English actor Andy Serkis (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) through performance capture.

Although dev team has initially promised not to make Gollum look much similar to its live-action movie interpretation by director Peter Jackson (King Kong, The Lovely Bones), much of his first appearance doesn't look any different.

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Latest batch of released images showcases cursed Sméagol protagonist and a dark world of Mordor.


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A fictional character that is constantly troubled with two of its different personalities, Gollum is not known for his physical prowess and will be fitting to employ elements of stealth through traversal over various settings of Middle-earth.

Some internal dialog options probably suggests of decision-making aspects that are very much likely to be a part of in-depth gameplay mechanics developed by Daedalic Entertainment to explore his conflicting Smeagol and Gollum psyche.

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A wide range of diverse locations such as Mount Doom and countryside of Rivendell are featured in recent screenshots. Enemy types like Orcs and monstrous Spiders are also bound to show up during cinematic and dark passages.

Lord of The Rings: Gollum will reportedly be set between events of The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings series trilogy that latest images clearly hints at, adding more unique story elements in Tolkien canon for a new generation of fans.