The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim may have had it’s release date leaked via Amazon. The release date listed by the giant that is Amazon. Is November 28th of this year, which makes sense, after the big Super Mario Odyssey, and right before Xenoblade Chronicles 2. What do you think? Does this release date sound likely to you?
Gigantic is leaving it’s beta phase, and gearing up for a full release. It’ll be launching July 20th for Xbox One, Steam, and Windows 10 PC. It’ll be free to play, or you can buy a $30 founders pack to get access to all 18 of the current heroes.
Directer David Cage has confirmed in an interview with Gamestop that Detroit Become Human will be a 2018 release. He stated that ,”it’s going to be next year.” No word on when but it’s nice to have a basic grasp on the release schedule.
Undead Labs upcoming sequel State of Decay has just layed some new details on us. Community director Sanya Weathers explained in a blog post, that the game would feature 3 maps, landmarkers, layouts, and each map will feel different from another. Her statement follows “It really feels like you’re moving from one small town to another,” Weathers says, “and creates a tremendous sense of immersion. And perhaps counter-intuitively, it makes the world feel even bigger. You know how on one map (even one three times the size as the original game’s) the longer you play, the more you start feeling deju vu with every mission? That’s less of an issue with separate maps.” State of Decay 2 is yet to have a release date, but according to Microsoft it is still set for a 2017 release date on Xbox One and Windows 10.
Id Software has announced that the Quake Champions closed beta will launch on April 6th. At the bottom of the article will be a link to go to their site to sign up for the beta while time still remains. Anarki from Quake III Arena is also making a return to Quake Champions, with his beautiful hoverboard. Quake Champions will launch at somepoint this year, but if you are interest in the return of a classic sign up quick!
WiPeout Omega Collection, launches June 6th in North America, and June 7th in Europe. The collection contains all of the content from WipEout HD, WipEout HD Fury and WipEout 2048 all remastered for PS4, and with PS4 PRO enhancements, featuring 4K and 4K HDR. The WiPeout Omega Collection will launch June 6th and June 7th for $39.99.
Back in February during an earnings call, Activison announced that the new Call of Duty would be returning to it’s roots. Which had people of course speculating that the series would return to it’s original setting in World War 2, and after the success of Battlefield 1 going back to World War 1, it’d only make sense. An anonymous person who is close to the project as leaked several promotional imagines for the rumored Call of Duty WW2, featuring solders on the beach of Normandy in 1944. Likely based on everything we have been hearing and franchises decreasing sales, this would be the best time for Call of Duty to return to it’s roots. Stay tuned as we cover this story, we will update if Activision releases and official statement, or announces the game.
We know nothing about Red Dead Redempiton 2 aside from the first trailer they released, and the fall release window. But a U.K. retailer may have leaked what the planned release date is. Take this with a grain of salt, despite leaks in the past from have proven to be true but it’s still simply a rumor. The date Base.com has listed is September 26th, this does fall in line with a planned fall release, so it’s a plausible date. Rockstar has only left some vague comments, so maybe it’s not too far off, and I am sure within the next 3 months we will know when this coming out. Stay tuned as we cover Red Dead Redemption 2.
There is no formal announcement yet by Sony, but the information was leaked from the German version of the “Inside Playstation” magazine. Most people have assumed this would be a summer release, and now it seems all the more likely. The collection comes with three games Wipeout HD, Wipeout Fury and Wipeout 2048, all coming to the PS4 in 60 fps with options for 4K. This should be a decent title for Sony, and will fill out their current exclusive library for the summer. We at Realgamernewz will keep an close eye on this to see if the supposed leak is true, stay tuned.
Bandai Namco has officially revealed the launch date for CyberConnect 2’s upcoming Naruto video game. Fans hoping to get their hands on it later this year will be a bit disappointed, as the game is now set to release on February 9, 2016 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The release date shows up at the end of the new Gamescom trailer, which features characters Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha from Boruto: Naruto the movie. Adult versions of Naruto and Sasuke from The Last: Naruto the movie are also shown executing their extremely flashy signature attacks.
Get down, get down. Welcome to a new experience. Music and mayhem combine as players move to the rhythm with their own MP3s or a crazy soundtrack while fighting back against an onslaught of evil things, grabbing weapons, buying items at shops, and other RPG-like behavios. The Crypt of the NecroDancer is a fully developed indie game hitting Windows PC, Mac OS X, and Linux on April 23, 2015 via Steam. SteamOS support is also included and if you just can’t wait then Early Access is available for purchase now.
A keyboard, controller, or USB dance pad are all acceptable accessories that can be used to play this game. Dungeons change every time you play and some of the enemies include skeletons, dragons, and zombies, but that’s not all of them by a long shot. Serving up retro graphics with a new gameplay spin that infuses music into every step, Crypt of the NecroDancer aims to stand out in the crowd of “Rogue-like” games on Steam by offering more soul to its RPG flavor inspired by other Music games along the road.
What else is new in the final release versus Early Access build? Check out below in this Excerpt from the Official Press Release:
The final zone (zone 4) has been added, with a whole host of new enemies, traps, secrets, and minibosses
Unique final boss battles for the main characters: Cadence, Melody, and Aria
Story cinematics for Cadence, Melody, and Aria, after completing each zone
One additional insanely difficult character: Coda
10+ more achievements
A new “technique trainer” lobby NPC who helps teach the game’s higher-level techniques
Some musical surprises we can’t yet reveal!
And, of course, a bunch of polish, balance tweaks, and bug fixes
CD Projekt RED have announced that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is ready to be pressed onto the Blu-Ray discs that will bring much joy to the crowds of gamers heavily anticipating its release and likely uploaded to Steam / GOG as well for the many PC Gamers equally excited for the upcoming AAA Action RPG title.
The developer has stated numerous times that they believe the game will graphically please players no matter which platform they choose to play on and obviously gamers are expecting it to shine the most on the Windows PC assuming you have the parts in your machine to make that possible. May 19, 2015 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will release for PS4, Xbox ONE, and Windows PC with tons of open world features that could rival any game in the genre. If you missed it, check out the Dev Overview Video w/ Gameplay.
“-we literally spent tens of thousands of hours to turn all that into an adventure that will kick your ass and make you want to come for more.” – Direct Quote from CD Projekt RED’s Adam Badowski
Now that the title is gold the development of two newly announced expansion packs will continue forward. In Hearts of Stone there will be over 10 hours of No Man’s Land and Oxenfurt gameplay surrounding some sort of mysterious contract with Geralt as the main player and deception as a key theme.
Blood and Wine is over 20 hours and instead introduces Geralt to an entire region called Toussaint where, again, secrecy is an occurring theme that will eventually be unfolded over the course of the expansion content.
It’s currently unknown what exactly will come of these expansions but CD Projekt RED feels our pain as to DLC not always living up to expectations and urges players to hold back if they have doubts. They even explicitly state there is no need to buy them now, but the options is there, and mark their intentions to draw from the earlier time of PC Gaming days when expansions really meant something substantial and were worth the dollar amount since they really added to the games.
Excerpt from the Official Press Release:
“Hearts of Stone will premiere in October, while Blood and Wine is slated for release in the first quarter of 2016.
Both expansions will be available on all three platforms: Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4.”
Editor’s Note: There will also be 16 Free DLCs for the game included for everyone.
In addition to all of this news revolving around The Witcher 3 we also now know that there will be Xbox ONE consoles being sold with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt included. This appears to be a Europe, Middle East, and Africa only thing for the time being and is being released on May 19, 2015 in the UK for £310 British Pounds (we thought they use Euros over there? So much for the New World Order 🙂 ). The price and release date for other countries has not yet been revealed. There will be a standard controller, HDMI cable, and power cord, with a standard black Xbox ONE console in the bundle and the game itself is going to be a digital voucher for download over Xbox LIVE as most bundles these days are.
Stay Tuned to RealGamerNewz.com for much, much more information on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt as launch approaches next month (including our Review) and if you haven’t been keeping up then be sure to check out some of our existing coverage for the game below in our Related Reading feature.