It seems as if there are too many games to count nowadays. It is extremely hard to get you all the news about them, so we’ve picked only the most interesting ones, and here they are.
EA Games has announced that it’s new Star Wars: Battlefield would be revealed to fans on Friday, April 17 of this year. All of this will happen on an EA Panel during this year’s Star Wars Celebration.
Wolfenstein will get a new sequel; however, it will be more of a prequel than a sequel. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is said to look like a good old B-movie, and will be a lot different than Wolfenstein: The New Order, which was released last year. Of course, this new game will also include Nazis and zombies.
Project Cars has been discussed a lot lately, and not because of the game itself, but mostly because of its release date. But, not it is confirmed – it will be released on May 8 of this year. A guarantee for this has been given by the Bandai Namco via a twitter account.
It was confirmed that the “K Australia studio, a studio responsible for Bioshok 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel has closed. It was also reported that all of the employed were laid off. Unfortunately, that means that there will be no more amazing video games from this awesome studio.
Battlefield Hardline players have been complaining of several glitches, and now it was reported that a patch will be released that will try to fix the 5 main issues: heavy CPU usage, crashes, short Conquest matches, TDM spawns, and weapon balance.
Samorost 3, a game that has been announced way back in 2013, has been given an official release date. Well, not quite a date, but an official release period. It was said that this game will come out later this year. Also, a teaser trailer has been released, and the reactions to it seem to be positive for now.
The latest news for Killing Floor 2 have been released, and they are concerned with system requirements. These optimal requirements include a CPU speed of 2.83 GHz, GeForce GTX 560 or a Radeon HD 6950, 4GB of RAM, and a 64-bit Windows 7.
It seems that launch dates are cool nowadays, since Invisible, Inc. has also revealed its official release date. It was said that this game will get a full release on May 12 of this year. Also, it was reported that several improvements have been added to the game.
Even though most players believe that most of the characters in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided deserves to die, it was reported that it would not be needed of players to kill the bosses. It is said that you will go through the entire game without ever killing anyone, including the bosses.
It is discovered what was causing all the glitches in Mortal Combat X. The problem was in a streaming installer, which was causing problems to most of the players. It was fixed by letting you download a fix, and this download weighs in at just about 18GB.