The next instalment in the beloved role playing game series ‘Dragon Age’ has been in the works for quite some time now. Rumoured to have begun development back in 2015 as a smaller, more narrative focussed game, it was officially announced at The Game Awards in December 2018, and featured at the same show again in 2020, but it seems one of the key figures of the series has now left the developer.
While ‘Battlefield 2042’ launched with plenty of teething problems which, in fairness, is pretty standard for any multiplayer online shooter these days, it seems the developer and publisher behind the game has laid out plans for the future in a mammoth blog detailing server issues, performance problems, and all manner of balance changes.
While much of the gaming world is starting to wind down slightly for the holiday period, it seems Epic Games is still going at full throttle, as the publisher has just announced it has acquired the ‘Rock Band’ and ‘Fuser’ developer to work on future ‘Fortnite’ musical experiences.
In case you weren’t aware, ‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ has recently been re-released again in the form of the ‘Anniversary Edition’, including a full ten years’ worth of content in the form of all the add-ons from ‘Skyrim: Special Edition’, as well as new content from the creation club like quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons, spells, and more.
However, it launched with a few bugs, including one which caused a black screen crash, which has now been addressed with a patch, which might actually cause more problems for fans.
As reports around Activision Blizzard intensify, with allegations getting stronger and stronger, there are further additional reports slowly coming out whereby partners within the industry are reacting to what they are seeing and hearing, with the latest to do so being Nintendo.
While the current beta of ‘Halo Infinite’ multiplayer is pretty much the full experience, it’s very clear that developer 343 Industries is genuinely using it to iron issues out before the full, proper launch on December 8th.