As was rumoured in March, Battlefield V will return the series to its WWII roots.
The game, which developer DICE officially unveiled this morning, will launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on October 11 (EA Access), October 16 (Deluxe Edition early enlister access), and October 19 (Standard Edition).
DICE is promising “a never-before-seen portrayal of World War 2” that features customisable soldiers, weapons, and vehicles in “the most intense, immersive Battlefield yet”.
The game aims to explore battles that were pivotal, though sometimes forgotten, in the early days of the war.
The next PlayStation console isn’t close to release, according to PlayStation CEO John Kodera.
This news comes hot on the heels of a Sony investor call in which the company said the PlayStation 4 is entering the "final phase" of its life cycle.
As Polygon reports, PlayStation CEO John Kodera told press after the call that the next PlayStation is a while away yet.
Award winning Kiwi smash brawler, Grabity, will be drawn into the orbit of Steam on May 31, Team Ninja Thumbs has announced.
According to the Auckland studio, Grabity has players dance the tango of death in a fast-paced, physics-based arena starring combat robots with lethal gravity guns and curiously interchangeable heads.
Translation: it’s a fast-paced, physics-based arena brawler wherein two-to-four players duke it out locally or online using gravity guns to turn nearby objects into lethal projectiles or makeshift shields in intense tactical throw-downs.
The Government is committed to growing the international profile of New Zealand’s game development sector, Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran says.
Curran has just commissioned a new study that will map and explore future opportunities for New Zealand’s game development sector.
The research, led by the New Zealand Technology Industry Association, will also analyse how the gaming sector can contribute to the country’s economic, educational and social prosperity.
Long-awaited dystopian survival title We Happy Few has been refused classification in Australia, which means the game cannot be legally sold in the country.
In New Zealand, the game received an R13 rating for "violence, drug use & offensive language".
As per the Classification Board’s website, We Happy Few been rejected under the Games 1(a) clause, which is reserved for a games that "depict, express or otherwise deal with matters of sex, drug misuse or addiction, crime, cruelty, violence or revolting or abhorrent phenomena in such a way that they offend against the standards of morality, decency and propriety generally accepted by reasonable adults to the extent that they should not be classified”.
Sydney Drop Bears have won the inaugural Overwatch Contenders Australia title, sweeping Masterminds GC 4-0 in the grand final.
You can see the grand final action over on Twitch.
Overwatch Contenders is the official path-to-pro for Overwatch in Australia and New Zealand. Competitors vie for bragging rights, the opportunity to be noticed by Overwatch League teams around the globe, and a share in more than US$150,000 of prize money worldwide.
A supposed leak and the migration of key staff to Infinity Ward has some convinced that next year’s Call of Duty is another Modern Warfare.
A small-time site called Gaming Intel claimed yesterday that 2019’s CoD is Modern Warfare 4.
Gaming Intel said its sources reckon Modern Warfare 4 is a “fully fledged” title that unlike BLOPS 4 will have a campaign.
“BJ’s got a fight to finish, and I can’t wait to see what insanity occurs next when he does it.”
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