Thursday, February 11, 2016

Gaming news - 2015 02 11.


Losta' little things, today...

Quantum Break (featuring dimensional rifts) will launch April 5th on Xbox One and PC.  Here's a live-action trailer I refuse to watch because live-action video game trailers are deeply offensive to me, as a rule.

The Witness is declared "empty" and "uninterested in players" in this Wired article that suggests everything Chamberlain and I assumed about the game is true.

Tactical mini-powerhouse Frozen Synapse is getting a sequel, and it'll be open-world, weirdly enough.

Deep Silver (publisher of Dead Island) apparently has a game called Dead Island: Retro Revenge in the works.  How hard are they kicking themselves for parting ways with Techland?  (So hard.)


Ubi also put out a financial press release today that promises we'll see Watch Dogs 2 (ew), For Honor (hm!), Ghost Recon: Wildlands (eh) and South Park: The Fractured But Whole (woo!) by the end of fiscal 2016 (see: March 31, 2017).

Titanfall 2 is almost-definitely coming out this year, magic will be involved, it'll have an actual campaign and will be multiplatform.

Destiny is getting a sequel in 2017, and a "large new expansion" in 2016.

The super-endearing Knights and Bikes is "confirmed for PS4" despite not yet being, y'know, successfully Kickstarted yet.

Oh and Fallout 4 DLC is on the way, Battlefield Hardline DLC is on the way, and Scalebound and Gears of War 4 are coming to PC.


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