Gaming

‘Destruction AllStars’ on PS5 has at least a year of support planned

Originally intended as a full-priced launch title for the PlayStation 5 back in November 2020, Lucid Games and Sony delayed ‘Destruction AllStars’ to give it more polish, and have just released it instead as a PlayStation Plus free game. Thankfully, it’s been confirmed in an interview that a year

‘Borderlands’ studio acquired by Embracer, but 2K is still involved

Gearbox Software, the studio behind ‘Borderlands’ and a few other titles has a long history of working with 2K games, but the studio has been acquired by the Embracer Group, while 2K remains a partner on ‘Borderlands’. This is a bit of a confusing one...
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