Originally due to be released at the same time as the PC, PlayStation, Stadia, and Xbox version of the game in September, the Switch version of ‘Life is Strange: True Colors’ was delayed just before release, but we now have a new release date, and it’s coming on December 7th.
The developer behind ‘Call of Duty: Vanguard’ has said it is aware of a problem that is causing widespread crashing issues and is actively investigating it. The problem seemed to have reared its head after the Secrets of the Pacific event for both ‘Vanguard’ and ‘Warzone’ started this week, but that event has been temporarily disabled while a fix is being found.
One of the bigger names at the studio behind ‘Battlefield 2042’ has left the company just after the game has launched, but it seems that for Fawzi Mesmar, this was always the plan. In fact, it seems Mesmar had been discussing his own succession plans with DICE studio manager Oskar Gabrielson for a while beforehand.
Reaction to the surprise multiplayer beta drop of ‘Halo Infinite’ has been pretty positive when it comes to gameplay. And we say gameplay because while it’s fun to be jumping around, knocking shields down with the melee and using the power weapons while laughing with glee, the battle pass progression has been received with pretty much universal negativity.
It’s a topic that’s been hot for a long time now, and with more and more people downloading games digitally than ever before, the question often comes up: what happens to games when servers get turned off, or new consoles come out and don’t run the older games? Phil Spencer and Xbox has been pushing backwards compatibility for a while now, and speaking to Axios.com Spencer has had some pretty bold statements to make about the situation.
After being in what many would describe as “development hell”, it seems that ‘Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2’ is in a much better place, though after speaking via a Q&A for publisher Paradox’s interim report, it seems the developer who is now in charge of it is being very much kept a secret.
It was surprising enough back in August when a new ‘Saints Row’ game was announced that is basically a reboot for the series, but the fact it was revealed and given a release date as well was pretty impressive too. But it seems the pandemic has claimed another game delay and it’s now been pushed back by six months into August 2022.