Minecraft Bedrock Edition will finally release on the PlayStation 4 digitally and physically on Tuesday, December 10th, if multiple retailer listings are anything to go by.
Fortnite’s in-game drive-in theater, Risky Reels, will show a scene from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker next weekend, Dec. 14, six days before the space-opera blockbuster opens in theaters worldwide.
PQube has announced that it’ll be publishing Mages-developed dungeon RPG, Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? Infinite Combate in Europe and North America in 2020. The game will release both digitally and physically for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. A PC version will release via Steam.
Battlefield V is getting some pretty big updates next week. Starting Monday, December 9th, players will be able to run their own community games and on Thursday, December 12th, they’ll be able to battle it out in the iconic Wake Island map.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Bethesda Softworks’ foray into the card-battler genre, is effectively closed. The game’s community manager told players yesterday on Legends’ official subreddit that development has ended, which cancels the console launch that Bethesda announced for Legends at E3 2018.
If you’ve been following video game news online for as long as some of us have (don’t ask our ages), you’ll know what GameRankings is. For those who don’t, it’s one of the oldest video game review aggregation websites that predates Metacritic. Starting Monday, December 9th, it’ll cease to exist.
Bethesda has announced that its free-to-play card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends is no longer in active development, and that new content development and releases have been put on hold for the foreseeable future, indicating that the previously-announced console versions won’t come to fruition.
The writing has been on the wall for quite some time but this one pretty much nails the Silent Hill coffin shut. Twitter user bobvids recently discovered that the official Silent Hill domain name is up for sale for a whopping $9,835.
Rumor has it that some of Sony’s first-party launch titles for the PlayStation 5 will not be cross-gen releases. This little tidbit of information was shared by Kotaku’s Jason Schreier in a recent Splitscreen podcast.
Someone at Square Enix seems to have accidentally published a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III‘s ReMind DLC, revealing a release date of January 23, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, and February 25th for the Xbox One.