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Sunday, July 5, 2020

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Gameplay Footage Leaked

Ahead of UbiForward event next week, gameplay footage from Assassin's Creed Valhalla gets leaked online.

In late April, developer/publisher Ubisoft officially announces Assassin's Creed Valhalla, latest installment of Assassin's Creed action-adventure stealth game series for modern consoles and Windows PC, scheduled for holiday 2020 release.

Most recently, a 30 minute-long gameplay footage of AC Valhalla got leaked online that shows-off combat mechanics, open-world, story settings and much more, shortly ahead of upcoming Ubisoft Forward event set for July 12, 2020.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Gameplay Footage Leaked

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Although Ubisoft has taken quick attempts to take down these videos from YouTube swiftly using its copyright system, many other video sharing and social media platforms are passing the footage along, including Reddit and Streamable.

Ubisoft trying to take these videos down confirms that latest leaks are genuine and were meant to reveal on UbiForward event. However, video quality for leaked footage is not that impressive because they are not from an authorized source.

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Below is 30 minute gameplay of Assassin's Creed Valhalla that was leaked earlier and scrubbed from online.



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Given how the leaked video is labeled "WORK IN PROGRESS" only suggests that this probably some in-development footage and whatever Ubisoft is currently planning to show at their Forward event on July 12 is most likely to change.

Recent footage from Valhalla shows fierce Viking protagonist Eivor in action, repeating same formula of Assassin's Creed Origins and Odyssey. There are different paths to choose from as well as varied options for gears and skills in combat.

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Previously, Ubisoft offered a first look at Valhalla gameplay during Microsoft reveal event in May 2020 that was just an in-engine cinematic trailer and no gameplay at all, which has disappointed many of Assassin's Creed fan-base.

Ubisoft is expected to showcase brand-new Assassin's Creed Valhalla gameplay overview at UbiForward event next week. Fans can also look forward to a reveal trailer for long-rumored Far Cry 6 and get a glimpse at Watch Dogs: Legion.

Friday, June 26, 2020

Death Stranding Sequel or Spin-Off Teased by Hideo Kojima

Hideo Kojima teases working on new concepts, possibly teasing Death Stranding sequel or a spin-off.

After his shocking departure from publisher company Konami, game director Hideo Kojima made Kojima Productions an independent studio and helmed anticipated action game Death Stranding for Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Following its PlayStation 4 debut back in November 2019, a Windows PC version was announced for July 14, 2020. Meanwhile, Kojima started to tease a number of projects that he may be working on, including a Death Stranding sequel.

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Death Stranding Sequel or Spin-Off Teased by Hideo Kojima

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Though there have been rumors of Kojima Productions working on either Metal Gear Solid or Silent Hill series in association with Konami and Sony, which was debunked by a representative from former company shortly afterwards.

Most likely to be set within Death Stranding universe, upcoming Hideo Kojima project may turn out to be a sequel or spin-off. At least, his latest series of social media posts suggests that he is up to something similar to his most recent work.

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Kojima posted an image of his work desk on Twitter, collaborating on character designs and much more.


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Keen eyes at ResetEra has taken a good look at the artwork on his working desk and deduced an object as a flying vehicle, labeling it as "Landing Ship" and connecting dots that Death Stranding franchise may head over to space travel.

An early video featuring official logo of Kojima Productions shows a Ludens character on surface of moon carrying a studio flag. In a 2019 official release trailer, Cliff Unger talks to BB about being able to go anywhere, even to moon.

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In a second image, he showed an illustration by Shusei Nagaoka for "Oasis" by famed Japanese artist Kitarō.


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Though most fans are speculating that he is working on a video game, Kojima himself has stated interest of working on a non-interactive project. You can surely draw more than one conclusion from what ResetEra breaks down to you though.

Despite offering a unique gameplay experience, Death Stranding has created division among players as the game is not certainly for everyone. There is a lot to explore in Hideo Kojima's thematic fictional world in a future sequel to DS.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Marvel's Avengers War Table Gameplay Showcase

Crystal Dynamics unites Marvel's Avengers in new co-op gameplay footage on War Table livestream.

Having been working on upcoming action-adventure game Marvel's Avengers for some time, developer Crystal Dynamics, in association with Eidos Montréal and publisher Square Enix came forward revealing some new gameplay details.

Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix sheds light on co-op mode, extended gameplay, Hero Missions and story premise of Avengers Project during latest War Table livestream on YouTube, as we head closer to global release in Q4 2020.

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Marvel's Avengers War Table Gameplay Showcase

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Check out newly released "M.O.D.O.K. Threat" trailer for Marvel's Avengers, offering bits of story premise.




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First trailer from War Table focuses on a post-Avengers world, in the aftermath of A-Day from five years prior. A young heroine named Kamala Khan figured out a conspiracy by A.I.M. behind the disbandment of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

Khan is an Inhuman who recently just discovered her special-powers and tries to reassemble the heroes once again. She is later found and approached by A.I.M. leader, George Tarleton but she refuses his help and chooses her own path.

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Khan talks to Bruce Banner to reach out to Tony Stark and uncover secrets behind A-Day incident, which led to Captain America being killed. As they prepare to reassemble, Black Widow gets into an argument with Thor over their decision.

Despite Kamala's warnings, their internal spat turns into a fistfight and A.I.M. sends its foot-soldiers to destroy them. In his desperate attempt to eradicate all superpower from Earth, Tarleton allows himself to transform into M.O.D.O.K.

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War Table presents a gameplay video titled "Once An Avenger" from a pre-release build, featuring Thor.




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Kamala Khan worriedly watches over A.I.M. deploying a series of its latest mechs on Chimera Helicarrier. Iron Man blasts one of those out, which fall into street and Thor arrives just in time to save a newsman before joining the fight.

As he charges into battle, his teammates are happy to see him and Odinson starts wrecking a horde of bots on his way. Hulk joins him soon and starts smashing all machines around him while Thor powers up Chimera with lightning.

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War Table will assign you to War Zones, which you can access from Helicarrier bridge, outposts and Quinjets. Chimera serves as your home base that has options to repair and add upgrades, with personal quarters for each hero and gear.

War Table keeps an eye on what A.I.M. is doing across the world and sends you there directly. You can jump into next Hero Missions from Reassemble campaign if you want to or move over to War Zone missions that are unlocked so far.

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Finally, take a quick look at "War Zones" co-op trailer highlighting aspects of multiplayer mode in action.




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Hero Missions are typically story-focused; whereas War Zone lets you earn loot, rescue allies and more in an expansive sphere. Although there will always be a key-objective, it is up to players about how they want to make an approach.

You will be given an idea of adjustable difficulty and suggested Power Level in each War Zone missions, with great rewards. Optional matchmaking will tag you up to three other Avengers or you can bring in AI companions to form your party.

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Players can create iconic moments by using their heroic powers in combat during War Zone multiplayer. Hulk can join Kamala Khan AKA Ms. Marvel in clapping enemies or Iron Man can blast off enemies once Thor sends them up in the air.

War Table addresses global threats and therefore, War Zone has a diverse range of missions across Marvel Universe. While trying to put back their old team, players will rebuild outposts worldwide for Factions like Resistance and S.H.I.E.L.D.

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War Zone has similar missions like campaign centered Hero Missions that pursues a unique hero story. There are shorter assignments to take on that are known as Drop Zones, where you rain on A.I.M. structure or help out Faction allies.

Taking coordinates from hidden S.H.I.E.L.D. base around the globe, one can also uncover secret location of Vaults rich with rewards. For more challenging tasks, find out Hives where A.I.M. has built a stronghold for you to conquer through force.

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Those who are looking to get into a boss fight should jump into Villain Sector missions to butt heads with some notorious bad-guys of Marvel. Chances are, you might even come across confirmed villains like Abomination and Taskmaster.

In your playthrough of Reassemble campaign and War Zone missions, you will acquire artifacts, cosmetics, gear and resources. Marvel's Avengers will allow you a wide range of costume skins, including t-shirt and jeans for The Mighty Thor.

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Through playing, you will earn experience and it would help boosting your Hero level and unique skills specific to characters. Each member of Avengers is given multiple classes of skills that can be tailored with your aesthetic playstyle.

Gears will let you enhance hero abilities and unwanted ones can be used as crafting resources or be traded for upgrades. Artifacts will do almost the same and cosmetic items are for show-off or to match with your increasing Hero Level.

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Dropping loads of information after month of radio-silence, Crystal Dynamics promises to host more War Table events in near future. Ever since first reveal, dev team has significantly changed character designs and made improvements.

Marvel's Avengers is planned for September 4, 2020 release on Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players who purchase digital or physical copies on last-gen will receive free update for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

Monday, June 22, 2020

Marvel's Avengers to Get Free Next-Gen Upgrade

Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix will offer free upgrade for next-gen console versions for Marvel's Avengers.

Fans worldwide have been eagerly waiting for upcoming action-adventure game Marvel's Avengers from developer Crystal Dynamics, in association with Eidos Montréal and publisher Square Enix to release on September 4, 2020.

Aside from release on current-gen console systems, Marvel's Avengers will also launch on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X this holiday season, while offering upgrade to next-gen version for no extra cost, according to Crystal Dynamics.

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Marvel's Avengers to Get Free Next-Gen Upgrade

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Square Enix plans to allow players to transfer save files from last-gen to next-gen consoles, keeping all in-game progress. In multiplayer mode, you can play alongside friends though cross-generation play between console families.

Marvel's Avengers will feature an enhanced graphics mode on next-gen consoles to offer most flowing gameplay experience. Moreover, the game will be running at 60 FPS in dynamic 4K resolution for highest quality images on screen.

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PS5 version will be using ultra-high speed SSD for faster loading time down to one or two seconds. Players will stream huge in-game worlds in real-time lightning fast speed and this is without any optimization work done so far.

When dev team will finish optimization, loading will be almost instant and you can jump into any mission anytime within moments. Plus, there is enhanced 3D audio with advanced haptics and trigger feedback of DualSense controller.

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In early stage of graphical improvements, players will notice increase in details and texture resolution. Crystal Dynamics has further plans to use more advanced features of next-gen systems in future depending on player reactions.

Marvel's Avengers is coming to Google Stadia, PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. Whether you make a digital or physical purchase, you will receive a free update for next-gen with all enhancements.

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Highlights PS5 Features

Insomniac Games talks about development of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and next-gen features of PlayStation 5.

A long-running platform adventure series from PlayStation 2 era, upcoming Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart from developer Insomniac Games and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment is making its return for next-gen console system.

Following recent showcase at PlayStation 5 Reveal Event, a new dev diary trailer for Rift Apart is released by Insomniac Games delves deep into features of PS5 with new graphical overhaul and possibilities of gameplay experience in details.

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Highlights PS5 Features

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Creative director Marcus Smith of Insomniac Games discusses how Ratchet & Clank uses PS5 tech in details.




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Insomniac Games creative director Marcus Smith explains how brand-new addition of SSD in PS5 has helped project players throughout many worlds though dimensional rifts super fast, which was never possible in previous generation.

Using advancement of solid-state drive of PlayStation 5, developers were able to speed up everything in-game without a loading screen. Transitions within worlds happen so rapidly that all of it feels quite natural in next-gen console.

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Players can enjoy a more immersive experience during gunfight, thanks to haptic feedback of DualSense controller. It gives different and unique feedback each time depending on what weapons you are using and even their behavior.

The Enforcer is a double-barreled shotgun in Ratchet's weaponry that will use adaptive triggers to respond back to your actions. Moreover, their work with 3D audio, astounding visual display and rumble technology are truly commendable.

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Insomniac revived Ratchet & Clank franchise after 2016 release for PlayStation 4, which was a reimagining of original 2002 platformer. For his latest adventure, Ratchet and Clank will be joined by a new playable female Lombax character.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is an upcoming PlayStation 5-exclusive that takes full advantage of PS5 technology and its "game changing" custom hardware to deliver an ambitious sequel, which has yet to reveal its official release date.

Friday, June 19, 2020

UFC 4 Leaked by Official Source

Electronic Arts is planning to reveal EA Sports UFC 4 at upcoming UFC 251 event, according to official source.

A few days ago, publisher Electronic Arts has wrapped up EA Play 2020 event by showcasing games like It Takes Two, Star Wars: Squadrons, Madden NFL 21 and more, except for series such as Battlefield, Dead Space and UFC.

EA Sports UFC has become one of their top-tier fighting game annually released since 2014 and though there has not been any official announcement yet, upcoming EA Sports mixed martial arts fighting game UFC 4 got leaked online.

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UFC 4 Leaked by Official Source

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Seeing EA not revealing UFC series this year, many players started assuming whether they are going to push back the series for a while. It turns out that EA actually wanted to announce next installment of EA Sports UFC on a later date.

UFC 4 will soon be revealed during UFC 251 event in Abu Dhabi, according to a recent post from official Instagram account of UFC Russia, which came out as a regular advertisement on social media handle and not an accidental leak.

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Below is a post from UFC Russia that has "EA Sports UFC 4 Official Reveal" cited at its bottom left corner.



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After two years of waiting since EA Sports UFC 3 came out, EA has finally decided to reveal UFC 4 following a scheduled Pay Per View fight between Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos and Muslim Salikhov at UFC 251, on July 11, 2020.

Given their timing, EA Sports UFC 4 may arrive by the end of 2020 for last-gen consoles. However, previous series trend suggests a release window in first half of a year, hinting at possible next-gen release (or cross-gen) set for 2021.

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales to Release in Holiday 2020

Insomniac Games confirms Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales to release for PS5 on holiday 2020.

In a surprise announcement at PlayStation 5 Reveal Event, upcoming superhero action-adventure title Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales was showcased by developer Insomniac Games and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Following initial announcement, many were uncertain whether they are getting a DLC or a full game and in a recent interview, creative director Brian Horton talks more details about Spider-Man: Miles Morales, set to arrive on holiday 2020.

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales to Release in Holiday 2020

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Brian Horton talks about inspiration for working on Miles Morales becoming his own Spider-Man and more.




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Miles Morales is a Brooklyn teenager who got bitten by a genetically-altered spider that gave him powers and super-human abilities like Peter Parker, including his unique invisibility cloak and powerful bio-electric shots of Venom Blast.

Insomniac has introduced Ultimate Spider-Man, Miles Morales into Marvel's Spider-Man universe as a superhero at PS5 digital event. He is out for a self-discovery of being a hero just like his mentor in upcoming standalone adventure.

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When working on previous game, creative director Bryan Intihar of Marvel's Spider-Man had an idea of making Miles Morales a part of Peter Parker's world and therefore, they revealed him to players in E3 2017 demo during PlayStation Briefing.

Given a different and multicultural background he comes from, Miles needed his own game to explore his origin story. He will be having a new plot, set-pieces, villains and unique quests to take on within New York City of Marvel's Spider-Man.

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A year after events from first game, a war broke out before Christmas break between an energy corporation and a high-tech criminal gang. Miles Morales finds himself tangled in their web of conflict that takes place in his new home at Harlem.

Dev team of Spider-Man: Miles Morales are also very eager to showcase their game on new PlayStation 5 console, taking advantage of its impressive features for 3D audio, DualSense controller, instant loading, ray-tracing and much more.

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Insomniac have plans to add more to Peter's story while they are working on solo outing of Miles Morales. Maybe fans will eventually get to see Spider-Man and his iconic Black Costume in a possible sequel title, reported in early rumors.

Players will have a full story experience with Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 5, though in scopes of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Insomniac Games will reveal more story and gameplay elements before its release on holiday season.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Horizon Forbidden West Coming in 2021

Dutch game director Mathijs de Jonge of Guerrilla games reveals Horizon Forbidden West is coming in 2021.

As an official sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn, upcoming action role-playing game Horizon Forbidden West was announced at PlayStation 5 Reveal Event by developer Guerrilla Games and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Now that Forbidden West is finally revealed for PS5, game director Mathijs de Jonge decides to talk about its post-apocalyptic story settings, release window and some more in-game details in a newly released developer diary from Sony.

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Horizon Forbidden West Coming in 2021

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Mathijs de Jonge talks about more details from recent reveal of Horizon sequel last week in a new video.




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Forbidden West was no surprise to series fans at all and was surely one of the biggest reveals from PS5 showcase. Although Horizon II will not debut as a launch title for PS5, it will arrive within first year of Sony's next-gen console lifetime.

Series protagonist Aloy returns for her second greatest adventure in a distant future open-world that is taken over by machines. She goes out on a journey to find answers to unknown secrets representing her own clan, Nora tribe.

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HFW will pick up from where the first game ended and take players from Utah to Pacific Ocean in West though deserts, ruined cities and valleys. Forbidden West will have maps bigger than that of Horizon Zero Dawn, according to de Jonge.

He adds that there will be "virtually no loading screens" due to brand-new SSD in PlayStation 5, one of its prominent features. It emphasizes on immersion by dynamically changing environments when you travel from one place to another.

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Mathijs de Jonge had the following to say about in-game world and fast-travel mechanics of Horizon II.

With the additional power of the PlayStation 5, we can make our world even more detailed and more vibrant and more immersive. With the PS5's SSD there will be virtually no loading screens So, in an open-world game like Horizon Forbidden West, if you open up the map and fast-travel from one end to the other, restarting from a checkpoint will be super fast. When you boot up the game, you're right there in the action.

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There were rumors of a follow-up to Horizon Zero Dawn from earlier this year from job posting and dev teasing. Shortly ahead of recent announcement, Guerrilla Games launched a comic-book series to tie-in with events from the game.

Contrary to what many have expected, Horizon II: Forbidden West will not be joining launch lineup of PlayStation 5. Its predecessor title HZD became one of the best-selling PlayStation 4 titles of all time by selling over 10 million copies.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Little Devil Inside Devs Will Change Racist Character Design

Neostream Interactive apologizes for unintended character design in Little Devil Inside that angered fans.

In recent stream for PlayStation 5 Reveal Event, developer Neostream Interactive showcased their upcoming action-adventure role-playing game Little Devil Inside, which will launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and a timed exclusive for PS5 console.

Shortly after reveal, Neostream started getting backlash on social media over an enemy design that many claimed to be racist and developers quickly came up with a response, promising to change the design in question before final release.

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Little Devil Inside Devs Will Change Racist Character Design

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One of the trailers for next-generation games showcased in PS5 digital event that caught everyone's attention for its strangely unique aesthetic was a crowdfunded Kickstarter project titled Little Devil Inside from an indie studio.

Many took Twitter to voice opinion over an enemy design in LDI that resembles to dark-skinned tribes people with prominent red lips, wearing dreadlocks and masks, common tropes that are similar to racist stereotype in various medium.

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People immediately called out this stereotypical racist character design for black folks in LDI and South Korean developer Neostream reached out to apologize this weekend for such unintended depiction, which they will change soon.

Business development director for Neostream, John Choi states that they clearly didn't intend for a "racist stereotype" and will adjust its design. He added, these characters were to act as guardians/protectors of a certain in-game region.

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Known streamer and Twitch partner LordBalvin was one of the first among many fans to point this issue out.



Of course, developers of Little Devil Inside didn't take reference for these mystic natives from African or Afro-American human tribes. Since their intention was to create colorful masks, dev team will also remove bold lips and dreadlocks.

Choi said that LDI developers will consider changing said character design entirely if needed and will not have same instances again. They would make a few adjustments to see if they are suitable to the game or make overall change.

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What made these design of tribal folks a problem in first place is that protagonist character is shown to be fighting a number of monstrous enemy variety and those tribal ones seemed to be the only humans he faces off as adversaries.

Whether or not intentional, this seems like a real-world stereotype comparison of these people to hostile monsters. Besides, that particular scenario seems to take inspiration from an era that is known for plundering of indigenous people.

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Anyone who accidentally missed Little Devil Inside reveal trailer from PS5 reveal can take a look below.




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Now, it can be debatable whether they should continue pursuing an artistic choice or to make change to please the crowd and Neostream Interactive actually accepted this to be a mistake on their part and decided to work on it as well.

Little Devil Inside is currently set to arrive for PC platform and Sony consoles, with hints form official Neostream Interactive website suggesting for a possible Nintendo Switch and Xbox One version release that will follow afterwards.

Star Wars: Squadrons Announced

EA Motive announces rumored Project Maverick to be new starfighter combat game Star Wars: Squadrons.

Back in February, a leaked image at PlayStation Network has revealed upcoming Star Wars game titled "Project Maverick", which publisher Electronic Arts said nothing about and they simply that image from PSN afterwards.

Shortly after getting leaked on official Xbox website earlier today, developer EA Motive has finally announced their latest venture Star Wars: Squadrons, scheduled for a reveal at EA Play 2020 on June 15, 8:00 AM PT/11:00 AM EDT.

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Star Wars: Squadrons Announced

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Squadrons will be a multiplayer focused title that also features a single-player campaign, similar to Star Wars Battlefront II by EA Dice. Players would engage in aerial combat on space, piloting iconic star ships from Star Wars franchise.

Many have originally predicted that Project Maverick will get a showcase at recent PlayStation 5 Reveal Event but that never happened and it took another leak at Xbox website when EA Motive finally decided to offer an early peek.

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EA also shared a promotional image on official Twitter account for Star Wars titles ahead of its major reveal.


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Reportedly a Battlefront II spin-off game, SW: Squadrons centers its gameplay aspects on interstellar combat and spacecrafts piloting without allowing players to run and gun, which is somewhat similar to Starfighter Assault mode.

EA and Motive has probably taken inspiration from Rogue Squadron series from GameCube and Nintendo 64 era for Star Wars: Squadrons while also planning to take future Star Wars games in a new direction away from their previous titles.

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is DLC or Standalone Game?

Insomniac Games confirms that Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be a standalone game for PS5.

Given how much of a success 2018 superhero action-adventure title Marvel's Spider-Man from developer Insomniac Games and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment was, a follow-up sequel became almost inevitable at this point.

In recent digital showcase for PlayStation 5 Reveal Event, next chapter of Marvel's friendly neighborhood wall-crawler is unveiled and people are heavily confused whether it's a DLC to previous game or a full standalone experience.

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is DLC or Standalone Game?

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A recent interview published by The Telegraph with PlayStation executive earlier has lead entire gaming community being confused about newly revealed spin-off game Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales for upcoming PlayStation 5.

One of the most exciting takeaways from PS5 digital event was Miles Morales and that hype has quickly faded out when it was revealed not to be a full-game but a DLC expansion to Marvel's Spider-Man game, enhanced for next-gen console.

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In an attempt to dismiss confusion and rumors among fans after PS5 reveal event, Insomniac had to come out announcing Spider-Man: Miles Morales is in fact a standalone adventure set within Marvel's Spider-Man universe and not a DLC.

On behalf of Sony Interactive Entertainment, executive vice president and European business operations head Simon Rutter referred Spider-Man: Miles Morales to be "an expansion and an enhancement" of original Spider-Man game for PS4.

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Rutter was implying that Spider-Man would be playable on PS5 console, pointing out Insomniac Games working on major enhancements and game engine, most likely to install some groundbreaking features of PlayStation 5 technology.

Sony successfully acquired Insomniac last year but has yet to announce a PS5 version of Marvel's Spider-Man. However, they used footage from the PS4-exclusive game for an early PlayStation 5 tech demo last month, highlighting key-features.

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Following PS5 reveal, Jason Schreier took Twitter to clarify whether Miles Morales is a DLC or full game.


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Though smaller in length than many traditional games, Sony will sell the game as standalone title for PlayStation 5, according to an insider. Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier compared Miles Morales to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

Originally, developer Naughty Dog attempted to work on Lost Legacy as an expansion for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End but ended up releasing it as a standalone yet relatively shorter than a full-priced game in 2017, priced $39.99 only.

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A title card from Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales announcement mentions the game as "PlayStation Exclusive", not outright specifying if Sony will be keeping this one to PS5 console only or will release a PS4 version in near future.

Sony never talked about anything similar to Smart Delivery system of Microsoft, which offers free Xbox Series X upgrades for Xbox One games. Leaving these issues unanswered leaves a question of transparency to their consumer base.

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Those who somehow missed out Spider-Man: Miles Morales announcement at PS5 reveal can check it out now.




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Debuting through first game, Brooklyn teenager Miles Morales was foreshadowed to be a superhero successor of Peter Parker after bitten by a genetically-altered spider, especially teased in mid-credits scene of 2018 Spider-Man game.

Miles would often become playable for certain segments of original game where Peter was main protagonist. Insomniac Games has yet to confirm if players get to play as Parker at some point of upcoming standalone spin-off title.

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Sony has created this debacle of misleading marketing by not explicitly wording their message. Whereas it will take nearly 40 hours for Marvel's Spider-Man to complete, Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be a relatively smaller walkthrough.

PlayStation 4-exclusive title Marvel's Spider-Man was a massive hit, outselling Batman: Arkham Asylum on release. Sony is eager to repeat similar level of success with Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales when it arrives on holiday 2020.

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Resident Evil 8: Village Will Release for Next-Gen Only

Capcom announced Resident Evil 8: Village at PS5 reveal event for Windows PC and next-gen consoles only.

Although there has been no confirmation from developer/publisher Capcom about upcoming survival horror title Resident Evil 8 since release of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, known insiders leaked many interesting details online.

With recent showcase of PlayStation 5 Reveal Event, an official announcement was made by Capcom for Resident Evil VIII: Village, which is currently set to arrive for next-gen consoles as a follow-up sequel to Resident Evil 7.

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Resident Evil 8: Village Will Release for Next-Gen Only

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From its debut trailer and official press release, it seems that Resident Evil Village will only be launched on PC via Steam, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, despite an early retailer leak of PlayStation 4 version suggested cross-gen release.

Capcom originally started development of RE: Village as a cross-generation game but due to unintended circumstances, they recently had to shift focus on next-generation consoles only, according to industry leaker AestheticGamer.

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In recent Twitter thread, AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem revealed reasons for RE8 becoming a next-gen title.



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Even four months ago, Capcom planned to release Resident Evil 8 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms but that idea had to abandon midway because of longer loading times of last-gen consoles and a major graphical overhaul.

To get over these setbacks, Capcom simply stopped working on PS4 and Xbox versions so RE8 will have almost no loading time at all. Also, they can push for better graphics quality in next-gen without being stuck to last-gen system.

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RE8: Village brings back Ethan Winters from RE7, who has resumed a normal life in peace with his wife Mia. Then one day BSAA agent Chris Redfield suddenly showed up at his doorstep to cause a tragic event, throwing his life into turmoil.

There were rumors of Resident Evil 8 being the darkest among whole RE series, featuring scary enemy designs and a redesigned Chris Redfield will be serving as an antagonist, many of which has already been confirmed in recent trailer.

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Those who have missed a first-look at Resident Evil VIII: Village can take a look at its official trailer below.




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Village has a lot of loading zones and travelling though locations to focus on exploration, which was limited by its last-gen versions. Resident Evil 8 is playable now but Capcom is working on a graphical overhaul, starting in late 2019.

Given how Resident Evil VIII: Village continues to pursue first-person horror, there might be a version to support PSVR in future eventually. Capcom may also end up announcing PlayStation 4 and Xbox One port for RE8 on a later date.

PlayStation 5 Reveal Event

Sony unveils PlayStation 5 features and exclusive lineup of games in a long-awaited digital reveal event.

After long awaited period and unexpected delays, Sony finally airs an hour-long livestream event titled "Future of Gaming" today to showcase their next-gen console PlayStation 5 and upcoming lineup of exclusive titles to follow.

Though they had to broadcast the show at 1080p and 30 frames per second, Sony reassured that these games will look better at 4K on PS5. Entire digital event streamed earlier today by Sony can be found over to Twitch and YouTube.

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PlayStation 5 Reveal Event

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Sony invites everyone to witness all-new exciting announcements for PlayStation 5 games and surprises.




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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales | Announced




Finally! That iconic suit is coming in black but just not for Peter Parker (or Batman) but his identical prodigy Miles Morales, a fan-favorite black superhero officially making his debut into Marvel Games universe, set to arrive on Q4 2020.

Following events of The City That Never Sleeps series of DLC from Marvel's Spider-Man, developer Insomniac Games continuing to spinning web for a spin-off titled Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, as a PS5 launch title.

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Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online | Announced




Spanning across one generation of console to next-generation, 2013 crime action-adventure game Grand Theft Auto V from developer/publisher Rockstar Games will be arriving for PlayStation 5 with series of upgrades on Q2 2021.

A standalone version of GTA Online to release with its acclaimed open-world experience, improvements, visual upgrades and PlayStation Plus members will be receiving a million dollar cash bonus for free each month until PS5 launch.

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Project Athia | Announced




A brand-new action adventure game from Luminous Productions and Square Enix currently revealed under working title Project Athia is exclusively designed for PlayStation 5, which features a female protagonist in a fantasy setting.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story co-writer Gary Whitta has spearheaded a team of storytellers to plot a twisted tale for a new IP. Its unnamed lead has ability to make giant leaps and control over giant roots that she uses to fight monsters.

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart | Announced




A sequel to 2016 rebooted title and second announcement by Insomniac Games at PS5 reveal event, upcoming third-person platform shooter game Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart showcases a brief gameplay segment and story premise.

R&C: Rift Apart will seamlessly send players into dimensional travel using ultra-high speed SSD feature of PS5 console. Also, a fully playable new female Lombax character has been introduced who will join Ratchet and his buddy in action.

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Godfall | Gameplay Reveal




Making an "Epic" debut in The Game Awards 2019 event, fantasy looter-slasher title Godfall from developer Counterplay Games and publisher Gearbox Publishing was silent for too long and is back with a bang to launch on holiday 2020.

Adding a lot more footage than what was leaked online earlier, god-like Valorian warriors tearing enemies in melee combat, unlocking skills and Valorplates while mastering five weapon classes in order to overthrow mad-god Macros.

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Demon's Souls Remake | Announced




What has been completely brushed off by majority of fans and players despite potential leaks is a reveal of action role-playing game Demon's Souls Remake from developer Bluepoint Games, which has been a pioneer in "Soulsborne" genre.

Never been ported to other consoles out of PlayStation 3, this 2009 classic ARPG title is completely rebuilt with major graphical enhancement as an exclusive to next-gen Sony console that has yet to reveal its set release date in future.

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Resident Evil 8: Village | Announced




Taking a deep dive into roots of survival horror earlier, developer/publisher Capcom returns with Resident Evil: Village, latest installment in Resident Evil series that continues events of Baker's house in Louisiana from Resident Evil 7.

A few years have passed since Ethan Winters has moved past his nightmares with his wife Mia until it all collapse when Chris Redfield shows up to haunt him, forcing Ethan to follow him to a mysterious village with plagued by deadly secrets.

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Little Devil Inside | Announced




A promising indie project that begins its journey with developer Neostream Interactive, action-adventure role-playing game Little Devil Inside employs a charming and unique art style to portray two stories seemingly running in parallel.

LDI sends player character in a journey throughout world where he does bear hunting, explores swamps, fighting natives, spelunking and even facing off a dragon, whereas an old fellow is living his daily life in a Victorian-era city in Europe.

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Horizon Forbidden West | Announced




Fans have been anticipating a sequel to 2017 action role-playing game Horizon Zero Dawn for long and developer Guerrilla Games have responded by revealing Horizon Forbidden West at PS5 reveal event after teasing for months.

Forbidden West picks up from events of first game and explores new environments with series protagonist Aloy. HFW will be adding new enemy types and gameplay features like underwater traversal but no release date is given yet.

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Hitman III | Announced




Casually revealed of a sequel to Hitman 2 is in works earlier, developer IO Interactive made a surprise announcement for upcoming stealth adventure title Hitman 3 to wrap up World of Assassination trilogy, set to arrive in January 2021.

Agent 47 is back in business for most important assignments of his career, importing levels and maps from past two Hitman games. There will be six different locations at launch that are packed with opportunities to execute your plan.

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Pragmata | Announced




Most bizarre title amongst every other next-gen titles so far is upcoming action-adventure game Pragmata from Capcom. In a very cryptic fashion, its story premise of a near-future dystopian world shown to be on moon.

A man in a spacesuit discovers a little girl in an abandoned Earth and then sees a space station falling out of orbit. Displaying power of next-generation, Capcom wants to set it up as one of their biggest IP when it finally arrives on 2022.

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Future of Gaming digital event has tons of surprise packed within except for a God of War sequel announcement. Most notable new reveals were Ratchet & Clank, Resident Evil: Village and Spider-Man: Miles Morales among them all.

Sony has yet to reveal a retail price point and release date for PlayStation 5, which should come out later this year. Additional features and an upgrade to PSVR hardware also needs to be discussed that we can probably expect in November.