Captain Price Playable Operator Teased in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season Four

The fourth season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone is coming in just under a week, set to kick off on June 3, 2020. To start teasing what’s coming next, Activision and Infinity Ward are reminding players of the story so far and what’s brought things to this point, where the famed Captain Price himself is stepping back onto the battlefield, finally letting players pick him as an Operator in the upcoming season four battle pass.

Sega-Related ‘Major Scoop’ to be Revealed in Famitsu

Technological journalist and Famitsu columnist Zenji Nishikawa revealed via a livestream on his personal Youtube channel that next week’s issue of Famitsu will feature a “major scoop” related to Sega. It will supposedly “take the games industry by storm.” [Thanks, Game’s Talk!]

Take-Two: Marketing Spending Estimates Not for Grand Theft Auto VI

Yesterday we reported on an SEC filing that pointed to drastically increased spending (more than double) for Take-Two during fiscal year 2024 (year period ending March 31, 2024). Analysts estimate that the massive marketing spend was related to the planned release of one of Take-Two’s biggest tentpole franchises: Grand Theft Auto VI. The publisher, however, is now denying these reports, saying that its FY2024 budget estimates—and more broadly, the SEC filing for five years worth of estimates—are for third-party obligations unrelated to Grand Theft Auto VI or any first-party marketing budgets within the company. That would include anything from Rockstar, which is owned by Take-Two.

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The Helltaker Characters Make the Game

People who have been lurking around social media or browsing Steam might have noticed an indie suddenly making a name for itself. Helltaker has been growing in notoriety, partially because the Lukasz Piskorz title has some tight puzzles that really make you think. But another big part of it comes down to the heart of the game. Namely, the Helltaker characters are all pretty lovable, and even the general purpose of the game leads to a refreshingly positive harem.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Will Launch in Japan on August 27, 2020

The Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Japan debut has been dated. People in that region will be able to begin gathering myrrh on August 27, 2020. The Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions will each cost 4,800円 (~$45), while the Android and Apple iOS versions will be 2,820円 (~$26). [Thanks, Resetera!]

Kyoto Animation Arsonist Formally Arrested After Nearly a Year of Complications

Shinji Aoba, the Kyoto Animation arsonist responsible for the deaths of 36 animation professionals, is finally being arrested. The attack took place in July 2019 and, due to a variety of factors, Japanese law enforcement has been unable to formally arrest Aoba. Nearly a year later, those issues are ostensibly smoothed out and an arrest has been made. The issues getting in the way were a combination of Japanese law, medical recovery on Aoba’s part, and the COVID-19 pandemic. This news was reported over at Yahoo! Japan and translated by multiple news outlets [thanks, SoraNews24!].

Final Fantasy VII Remake Soundtrack Is Officially Out and Digitally Available

Square Enix has really opened the floodgates on its music catalog lately. May 27, 2020 is the official release date for the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack, and the physical Special Edit Version for sale on the Square Enix store is already on waitlist. However, if you aren’t willing to wait for a physical version to become available again, Square Enix has also dropped the multi-disc album on multiple digital music marketplaces. You can get the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack on the Amazon Music store, the Google Play store, and iTunes. It’s also available to stream if you have an Apple Music subscription. Spotify is left out here, but newer soundtracks typically show up there after some time has passed.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation’s Nagisa Has Made Her Debut in the English Version

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation‘s English version just added Misaki’s older sister, Nagisa. While Nagisa cares a lot about her younger sister, she can be a bit overprotective at times and she certainly shows that side to the Owner.

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The Helltaker Characters Make the Game

People who have been lurking around social media or browsing Steam might have noticed an indie suddenly making a name for itself. Helltaker has been growing in notoriety, partially because the Lukasz Piskorz title has some tight puzzles that really make you think. But another big part of it comes down to the heart of the game. Namely, the Helltaker characters are all pretty lovable, and even the general purpose of the game leads to a refreshingly positive harem.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation’s Nagisa Has Made Her Debut in the English Version

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation‘s English version just added Misaki’s older sister, Nagisa. While Nagisa cares a lot about her younger sister, she can be a bit overprotective at times and she certainly shows that side to the Owner.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Soundtrack Is Officially Out and Digitally Available

Square Enix has really opened the floodgates on its music catalog lately. May 27, 2020 is the official release date for the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack, and the physical Special Edit Version for sale on the Square Enix store is already on waitlist. However, if you aren’t willing to wait for a physical version to become available again, Square Enix has also dropped the multi-disc album on multiple digital music marketplaces. You can get the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack on the Amazon Music store, the Google Play store, and iTunes. It’s also available to stream if you have an Apple Music subscription. Spotify is left out here, but newer soundtracks typically show up there after some time has passed.

Kyoto Animation Arsonist Formally Arrested After Nearly a Year of Complications

Shinji Aoba, the Kyoto Animation arsonist responsible for the deaths of 36 animation professionals, is finally being arrested. The attack took place in July 2019 and, due to a variety of factors, Japanese law enforcement has been unable to formally arrest Aoba. Nearly a year later, those issues are ostensibly smoothed out and an arrest has been made. The issues getting in the way were a combination of Japanese law, medical recovery on Aoba’s part, and the COVID-19 pandemic. This news was reported over at Yahoo! Japan and translated by multiple news outlets [thanks, SoraNews24!].

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Will Launch in Japan on August 27, 2020

The Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Japan debut has been dated. People in that region will be able to begin gathering myrrh on August 27, 2020. The Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions will each cost 4,800円 (~$45), while the Android and Apple iOS versions will be 2,820円 (~$26). [Thanks, Resetera!]

New Marvel’s Avengers Gameplay Will Be Shown on June 24, 2020

It’s been a while since we have seen or heard anything about Square Enix’s Marvel’s Avengers. After the January 2020 delay announcement that bumped it out of May 2020 and into September 2020 and confirmations about its special editions in February 2020, we didn’t hear too much. But now we know when we’ll get to see some Marvel’s Avengers gameplay footage again on June 24, 2020.

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The Helltaker Characters Make the Game

People who have been lurking around social media or browsing Steam might have noticed an indie suddenly making a name for itself. Helltaker has been growing in notoriety, partially because the Lukasz Piskorz title has some tight puzzles that really make you think. But another big part of it comes down to the heart of the game. Namely, the Helltaker characters are all pretty lovable, and even the general purpose of the game leads to a refreshingly positive harem.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Will Launch in Japan on August 27, 2020

The Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Japan debut has been dated. People in that region will be able to begin gathering myrrh on August 27, 2020. The Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions will each cost 4,800円 (~$45), while the Android and Apple iOS versions will be 2,820円 (~$26). [Thanks, Resetera!]

Kyoto Animation Arsonist Formally Arrested After Nearly a Year of Complications

Shinji Aoba, the Kyoto Animation arsonist responsible for the deaths of 36 animation professionals, is finally being arrested. The attack took place in July 2019 and, due to a variety of factors, Japanese law enforcement has been unable to formally arrest Aoba. Nearly a year later, those issues are ostensibly smoothed out and an arrest has been made. The issues getting in the way were a combination of Japanese law, medical recovery on Aoba’s part, and the COVID-19 pandemic. This news was reported over at Yahoo! Japan and translated by multiple news outlets [thanks, SoraNews24!].

Final Fantasy VII Remake Soundtrack Is Officially Out and Digitally Available

Square Enix has really opened the floodgates on its music catalog lately. May 27, 2020 is the official release date for the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack, and the physical Special Edit Version for sale on the Square Enix store is already on waitlist. However, if you aren’t willing to wait for a physical version to become available again, Square Enix has also dropped the multi-disc album on multiple digital music marketplaces. You can get the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack on the Amazon Music store, the Google Play store, and iTunes. It’s also available to stream if you have an Apple Music subscription. Spotify is left out here, but newer soundtracks typically show up there after some time has passed.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation’s Nagisa Has Made Her Debut in the English Version

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation‘s English version just added Misaki’s older sister, Nagisa. While Nagisa cares a lot about her younger sister, she can be a bit overprotective at times and she certainly shows that side to the Owner.

Sega-Related ‘Major Scoop’ to be Revealed in Famitsu

Technological journalist and Famitsu columnist Zenji Nishikawa revealed via a livestream on his personal Youtube channel that next week’s issue of Famitsu will feature a “major scoop” related to Sega. It will supposedly “take the games industry by storm.” [Thanks, Game’s Talk!]

The World Ends With You Characters Appear in Anime Expo Lite Key Art

Anime Expo won’t be happening in 2020 as originally planned, as the event was one of many canceled due to the pandemic. However, an Anime Expo Lite event will be occurring online July 3-4, 2020. The key art collaboration has been revealed on Twitter, and it’s an eye-catching one. The World End With You characters appear in the image.

A PlayStation 4 Back Button Restock Is Coming in June

Back in January 2020, Sony brought the PlayStation 4 Back Button the the world. This accessory would allow people to add extra remappable buttons to the back of their DualShock 4. There would also be game-relayed information appearing on the peripheral’s OLED screen. It ended up becoming relatively hard to find. Now, Sony has announced a PS4 back button restock for the United States.

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New Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone season teases playable Captain Price

On Wednesday, the Call of Duty Twitter account revealed a trailer for season 4. The trailer heavily features Captain Price, one of the beloved characters from Modern Warfare, and possibly the nuke from Warzone. Infinity Ward will launch season 4 on Wednesday, June 3.

Elite: Dangerous players want to tame the galaxy, and they need your help

The team behind Elite: Dangerous announced Wednesday that it’s adding long distance Fleet Carriers to the game on June 9. It’s the signal that an ambitious group of in-game explorers have been waiting for, setting in motion their plan to make the Elite’s massive galaxy just a little bit safer. Called the Deep Space Support Array (DSSA), their initiative promises to be one of the most elaborate player-led expeditions in the game’s history.

Twitch hosting Summer Game Fest events with ‘console announcements’ and more

Twitch is getting in on Summer Game Fest, the season-long replacement for now-canceled events like E3 2020, with exclusive livestreams and a new channel (/twitchgaming) reserved for the event. The streaming platform has also partnered with the likes of Riot Games, CD Projekt Red, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Blizzard Entertainment, 2K, and the International Game Developers Association for a series of special events.

Ninja is hosting a Fortnite tournament series on Mixer

Ninja’s heading back to Fortnite. Popular streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is going to host a new live competition series called Ninja Battles featuring Fortnite which will stream on his Mixer channel.

Silent Hill’s Pyramid Head comes to Dead by Daylight

Silent Hill’s iconic monster, Pyramid Head, is coming to Dead by Daylight, the 4v1 asymmetrical multiplayer horror game from Behaviour Interactive, alongside other content inspired by Konami’s psychological horror franchise. Pyramid Head, new survivor Cheryl Mason, and the Midwich Elementary School map are live now on Dead by Daylight’s public test build on Steam and will be released widely on PC and consoles on June 16.