It looks like Call of Duty fans will be able to play through a remastered version campaign from Modern Warfare 2 this week, according to Eurogamer.
According to the site, a leaked listing on the PlayStation Store states the game will release on March 31 (April 1st NZ time) as a standalone version of the campaign – there will be no multiplayer modes.
The game will also be available to purchase within the most current Modern Warfare (2019) for around 10,000 COD points and will also include a legendary skin for Ghost, weapon blueprints for the M4A1 and 1911, as well as a few other bonuses.
While that date would make anyone suspect an April Fools joke, a number of reputable leakers are adding fuel to this rumour's fire.
Modern Warfare 2 released in 2009, and was the successful sequel to the acclaimed Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, which itself was remastered in 2016.
On the tenth anniversary of its release, Square Enix has announced a remaster of Nier: Replicant.
The remaster, going by the title Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139, will include rerecorded music, refreshed voice work, as well as new characters and potentially some new endings.
A release date is yet to be announced, but the upgraded version will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam.
While most of us are locked away in the safety of our homes, Nintendo surprise released a new Direct Mini and revealed several big titles making their way to the Switch.
2K Games is releasing several of its biggest games on the Switch, including BioShock: The Collection, XCOM 2 Collection and the Borderlands Legendary Collection, all releasing on May 29, 2020.
Nintendo also announced that four new games would be releasing on the eShop today, including Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Panzer Dragoon: Remake, and Good Job.
What better time to hack and slash through demons than when the world is going to hell?
According to Bethesda, many of us had the same idea, as Doom Eternal is boasting the best opening sales weekend in the franchise' 27 years.
While exact figures haven't been shared, the publisher did note that the title doubled the launch weekend revenue of the 2016 reboot.
Now that PlayStation Plus fans have had the chance to enjoy the first three Uncharted titles, Sony has revealed that they'll be able to complete Nathan Drake's journey when Uncharted 4 arrives on the subscription service in April.
Along with Uncharted 4, subscribers will also receive one of the best Rally games in recent years Dirt Rally 2.0. Both titles will remain available to play (provided you add them to your library first), as long as players have an active PS Plus subscription.
It seems Sony announced April's offering a touch early, as the reveal trailer has since been made private. Regardless, each month's PS Plus games typically arrive on the second Tuesday of each month, so fans can expect to explore the beautiful world of Uncharted 4 and tear through the countryside in Dirt rally 2.0 on the 7th of Aril.
The New Zealand Games Festival has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Organisers made the announcement earlier this week, in the wake of policies enacted by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19.
On Monday the Ministry of Health announced that all international arrivals must self-isolate for 14 days, while all gatherings of more than 500 people would be cancelled.
Square Enix has warned fans that, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, physical copies of the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake may be in short supply.
Although the games April 10 release stands firm, production, retail and distribution issues due to lockdowns around the world is likely to impact the availability of the game in stores and will see some people missing out.
The company took to Twitter to announce the news, stating "The worldwide release of Final Fantasy VII Remake on April 10 will go ahead. However, with the foreseeable changes in the distribution and retail landscape which caries across countries, it is increasingly likely that some of you will not get hold of your copy of the game on the release date."
The latest Nintendo Direct just dropped, and the company has revealed a bunch of great looking indie titles coming to the Nintendo Switch.
The Indie World Showcase featured several timed-exclusives, including Exit the Gungeon (releasing today), Blue Fire and I Am Dead. The showcase also revealed more details about previously announced titles including the latest from developers Hello Games & Naps Team.
From card-battlers to a new game from the ever-strange Swey, which sees the residents of a small town transform into dogs and cats under the full moon, there's a ton of variety on display from some of the hottest indie developers right now.
Microsoft has been doing an incredible job of detailing its upcoming console, just yesterday sharing the latest tech specs and features regarding the Xbox Series X. It's left many wondering when we'll be hearing from Sony regarding the PlayStation 5, but thankfully we won't be waiting long.
PlayStation has announced that tomorrow at 5am NZST, Mark Cerny will provide a deep dive into the console in question.
Cerny is the PS5 lead system architect, and has been an integral part of the console's unveiling so far.
“Giving the game a broader emotional pallet and a larger world has allowed game designer and writer Chris Bischoff the space to build a narrative that is fascinating and at times horrific and utterly bizarre, but always very human.”
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