In recent times, Sony has started to put PlayStation games on PC via Steam or even the Epic Store. We’ve had ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’ and ‘Days Gone’, and although fans of ‘Bloodborne’ are still waiting, it’s been a decent start to the idea of getting PlayStation exclusives onto PC. That said, the former boss of the PlayStation division doesn’t think the company will ever release games day and date for both PC and console the way Xbox currently does.
The boss of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has revealed that the shortage of Xbox Series X consoles on shelves isn’t going to get better in the immediate future, with delays and lack of stock to last into next year.
One of the biggest games for PlayStation right now is ‘God of War: Ragnarok’, and while fans were perhaps hoping they’d be playing it this year sometime, it was pushed into 2022, and the voice actor behind protagonist Kratos says it was due to his illness.
Hot on the heels of the Black Panther addition to ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ it seems Square Enix and developer Crystal Dynamics is keen to get more people playing the game, and so it’s been announced that the title is coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC, Console, and Cloud.
After a month delay to ‘Battlefield 2042’ a few questions were thrown up regarding the beta, which was designed to be open to all so EA and DICE could stress test the servers before the launch of the latest (and hopefully) greatest ‘Battlefield’ title. EA went very quiet after the delay, but now we have the beta details, and on top of that, some PC specs for the game as well.
After heavy rumours gave way to Netflix confirming it was fully getting into the games publishing business, it seems the first acquisition by the streaming giant has taken place, and it’s an indie developer called Night School Studio.