Stalker 2’s developers recently released a brand zone spanking new in-engine trailer to drive up hype for the upcoming gaming. Showcasing a brief slice of footage, the trailer does not represent what the final product will look like, but what it aspires to look like. Unlike Cinematic trailers created in dedicated programs, the trailer is made in engine, meaning in laymen, the engine can produce this level of fidelity. However, it is unlikely the final build will be as mind blowing.
Fortunately, the game will not suffer the same issues other titles have by attempting to be cross-generation. As revealed in a recent Twitter conversation, the game will be exclusively next generational and will be an Xbox console exclusive.
One Step Ahead: Hi, are there any plans for PS5 or will the game only be released on PC and XSX ??
Tsukorovich: Hi PC and Xbox Series X / S Only
Concern has arisen that given development only resumed in 2018 after being halted in 2012, the game will not meet a 2021 release window. Fueling these concerns is that as of now, we only have an in-engine trailer, and no gameplay has been shown. A delay might be inevitable for the game, but the game will likely launch next winter if it doesn’t occur.
At long last, both next generational consoles have launched with virtually no games, wonky software, and hardware issues. All whilst somehow unmasking a shadowy cabal of FedEx drivers who have been stealing people’s packages when Walmart or Target has marked their boxes as consoles. Except for the latter, each was to be expected or rumored long before launch.
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Flashback with me for a moment to when YouTuber ItsAGundam was covering the ongoing Bethesda paid mod fiasco and its fallout. In the public eye, outrage from the consumer was constant, and modders who had their work stolen were beginning to discuss taking legal action against Steam and Bethesda for selling their work. As ItsAGundam would report, behind the scenes, many of the modders considered this stunt the final straw.
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343 Industries is not a well-beloved developer. From delivering inferior products to attempting to kill off Master Chief, to focusing on politics instead of delivering a quality product, the studio has been nothing more than a black stain on Halo’s illustrious history. No surprise, then the development of Halo Infinite has been rocked with problems that preceded the outbreak of the coronavirus. Continue reading “Microsoft Brings in New Lead For 343 Industries”
Rocksteady Studios decided to race-swap Deadshot in the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League game, which was recently announced for a 2022 release on PC, PS5, and the Xbox Series X. Continue reading “Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Race-Swaps Deadshot And Turns Him Black”
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Warner Bros. Games Montreal recently revealed the upcoming superhero game Gotham Knights. Slated to release across PC and home consoles, the new game seems to be off to a poor start with gamers and fans due to the official premiere gameplay trailer boasting poor optimization and RPG mechanics. Continue reading “Gotham Knights Gameplay Video Receives Backlash Over Stuttering And RPG Mechanics”
IO Interactive will release Hitman 3 sometime in January 2021. Although that’s five months away, the game will become available across PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X. However, the former platform will be restricted to being an Epic Games Store timed exclusive next year. Continue reading “Hitman 3 Will Release In January 2021 As An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive”
When Ubisoft isn’t housing soy boys conducting sexual acts against landwhales with problem glasses, then you can expect the company to release copy/paste trailers of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla featuring macho ma’am Eivor Savage, and that’s not a joke. Continue reading “Ubisoft Releases Copy Paste Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Trailer Featuring Macho Ma’am Eivor”
Unfold Games announced on Twitter that the platforming-puzzle horror game, Darq, will be making its way to home consoles later this year, including the Nintendo Switch and both Microsoft and Sony’s brand of gaming devices. This includes the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, along with their next-gen iterations, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Continue reading “Darq Is Heads To Xbox Series X, PS5 In 2020”
According to a new report, it looks like Resident Evil Village will be the longest title in the series. In other words, if you are planning on picking up the game at launch, then get ready to hunker down and play for hours. Continue reading “Resident Evil Village Will Be The Longest RE Engine Game, As Per Report”
After Take-Two, Ubisoft, and Capcom expressed interest in price hikes next-gen, it looks like EA — who is on the Traitors of America master list — has joined the fray and is considering raising its video game prices when the PS5 and Xbox Series X rolls around. Continue reading “EA Is Considering Video Game Price Hike Next-Gen, According To Andrew Wilson”
It’s almost been one month since Microsoft and 343 Industries revealed Halo: Infinite’s infamous campaign trailer. And despite the amount of time that has passed, the conversation around Halo: Infinite’s quality is still a hot topic to this day. And resurrecting that topic is Phil Spencer in that he feels the forthcoming next-gen first-person shooter needed to be delayed. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite Needed To Be Delayed Due To Quality And Team Health, As Per Phil Spencer”
Mundfish is currently working on the upcoming sci-fi first-person shooter game Atomic Heart, which will debut Across PC and home consoles. Although the forthcoming game is in development, the devs released a new gameplay trailer that features music from Mick Gordon while showcasing the Plyush mini-boss. Continue reading “Mick Gordon To Help With Atomic Heart’s Music While New Gameplay Footage Shows Off Boss Fight”