Among the recent news of The Last of Us: Part 2 and Bloodlines seeing a delay, Watch Dogs Legion will also see a delay from its early 2020 date. While a new date was not announced, it joins a few other Ubisoft titles in having their release dates pushed back.
Just being announced a few weeks ago, Sony revealed that The Last of Us: Part 2 would release this coming February. This release date was much anticipated and fans were happy to know that it was only a few months away. Those dreams; however, were shattered today as Naughty Dog’s creative director, Neil Druckmann announced that the sequel will now release on May 29th, 2020.
Hardsuit Labs has recently announced that Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 will see delay from Q1 2020 to “sometime in 2020”. While a new date has not been announced per this statement, it’s possible we may hear more details via PDXCON on Saturday, October 21st. The developer has also stated they will hold a Reddit AMA the following Sunday to aid in answering several fan questions.
With Nintendo’s recent trend of cash grab mechanics in their latest mobile games, Mario Kart Tour saw its release on iOS and Android this week and what Nintendo has done here borders on insanity. For a company that earlier this year stated they would lessen their direct approach to microtransactions in their mobile games, had fundamentally done the opposite.
This summer, news broke that Spider-Man, a character who’s film rights belong to Sony, would exit the Disney fueled MCU due to negotiations failing between the two companies. This comes off of the stellar release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which went on to become one of Sony’s highest grossing movies of all time.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare launched a trailer during Sony’s State of Play and in case you missed it as many did, small text popped up after the Special Ops Survival Mode segment ending with “timed exclusive content until October 1, 2020." Indicating that the entire mode will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 platform for an entire year
Anthem hasn’t had the smoothest reception since its launch earlier this year. Long load times, frequent disconnects, and several issues plagued the game for several weeks and Bioware even had to delay the first wave of additional content. Throughout this, Bioware made it clear that all future content would be free, but now it seems that the free content may not release as planned.
Hardcore Action-RPG The Surge 2’s blend of limb-chopping combat and post-apocalyptic exploration releases September 24 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Developer Deck13 and publisher Focus Home Interactive are delighted to deliver a sequel enjoyable by all - either for its incredible standalone story and gameplay, or how it builds and improves upon The Surge in every way.