A few days ago we brought you the news that ‘Total War: Warhammer 3’ had been delayed, and that was hot on the heels of another title being pushed back into 2022 in the form of ‘Dying Light: Stay Human’, and it seems it’s “delay season” because now ‘Battlefield 2042’ has got a new release date, though it’s not quite as bad as it may sound.
In a world where the biggest sellers are often the likes of ‘FIFA’ or ‘Call of Duty’, it’s nice to hear that a good old fashioned JRPG has launched and is doing incredibly well. That said, ‘Tales of Arise’ is actually a hugely modernised JRPG, but nonetheless is already the fastest selling game in the series, thanks to a stellar opening week of sales.
People seem to swing from left to right on things the Nintendo Switch needs. There’s a contingent that love it being a simple device pretty much just for games, but there’s the other end of things where people would really like to use their Bluetooth wireless headphones to play games, and now, a firmware update has finally enabled this.
Arkane Studios’ ‘Deathloop’ has been one of the most hyped games in a long time. Despite the developer being part of Bethesda, and thus now owned by Xbox, the game remains a PlayStation 5 console exclusive and has just been released there, and on PC, to rave reviews. That said, the PC version especially, hasn’t been without issues.
When a classic game gets the remaster treatment you would always expect improvements over the original title, but it’s rare for things to get altered that many people may not have even noticed in the first place. But that’s what’s happening with ‘Alan Wake Remastered’,which is removing the product placement the original game included.