It would seem the gaming world got a little too excited this morning when Microsoft vaguely hinted “all-new hardware” would be shown off at Gamescom 2018 only to later clarify that while this won’t be the reveal of Xbox Project Scarlet, the next-generation console expected to release in 2020 or 2021, instead they plan to announce a new Xbox One system bundle and new accessories (possibly including a rumored Elite Controller iteration that was alleged leaked recently).
This information was originally debuted in an article titled Xbox is coming to gamescom by Xbox media spokesperson Major Nelson, who himself started off as a self-made games journalist detailing news revolving around the original Xbox before eventually being hired on by Microsoft as a permanent figurehead to the brand. For those wondering, technically the event is meant to be spelled in all lowercase letters as per stylized renditions and logos, Major Nelson didn’t make an error it’s just the weird way the biggest gaming event in Germany likes to have their name typed out.
As for the leaked controller, nothing is certain yet but there are some details floating around the internet in the form of rumors as to what will be seen this August 21 – 25 when Gamescom commences.
Continue reading Pre-Gamescom 2018: Microsoft will announce new Xbox One bundles and accessories
The iconic hack and slash RPG from yester-year is getting a new installation. Whether it will be a Diablo IV sized title or something smaller, no one is quite sure of yet, but Blizzard has been spotted hiring a new Art Director as well as dungeon designers for something Diablo-related.
Continue reading Rumor: Blizzard hiring for new mobile Diablo, Overwatch, and Warcraft games
As part of a bundle of rumors for the PlayStation 4, Bethesda is said to be launching Fallout Shelter for this generation’s top selling game console during their E3 2018 Press Conference which takes place tomorrow at 6:30PM. Fallout Shelter was revealed and launched during E3 2015 and began its journey on iOS and Android smartphones. In 2016 the game hit the PC Gaming market. The year after it landed on Xbox ONE. It’s only natural that this year we could see the title available for PS4 as well, but the rumor doesn’t necessarily end there.
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Tomorrow better include some new exclusive games from Microsoft if they don’t want to be crushed under Sony’s boot. A new rumor suggests that the only first party game left that Xbox owners expected to get this year has been delayed to 2019. Pre-orders have been cancelled. Unlike most rumors this leak actually has some pretty strong sources.
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A few days ago RPG gamers went crazy at the possibility of a new Remaster for the beloved 2008 / 2009 title from Namco Tales Studio, Tales of Vesperia. Well known as practically the only Tales game to ever grace the Xbox platforms when it dropped on Xbox 360, although the later PlayStation 3 version in 2009 new bosses, enemies, dungeons, party members, and full voice acting. Some of the features on the Xbox 360 version of the game had to be cut due to the fact that Microsoft decided to use DVD discs for their games back then, whereas Sony used Blu-ray discs on PS3. Fans now wonder if this rumored remaster of the game will arrive on both consoles.
Continue reading Rumor: テイルズ オブ ヴェスペリア Tales of Vesperia Remastered Leaked for PS4
It has become a problem how many leaks and rumors we’re having leading up to E3. While our Editor-In-Chief recently ran through a majority of the rumors out there in Pre-E3 2018: Rumor Roundup – the good, the bad, and the ugly, there have been even more rumors popping up since. We aim to cover everything great that E3 has to offer, so be assured that if they are real you’ll probably see them center stage in our wrap-up files come game-day. That being said, I wanted to take a moment to deliver one more rumor at least, which has popped up just a few moments ago.
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With E3 2018 just 8 days away, a whirlwind of rumors and leaks have surrounded the upcoming ‘super bowl’ of video games. As we come closer to the real thing, many gamers enjoy to find out what might be at the event before it happens. This can be a recipe for let-down, but as long as you don’t take these rumors and leaks too seriously, it could be fun for some people. In any event, we tried to discuss how likely each of these rumors are.
This year some leaks have led to instant confirmations by game companies who probably don’t want their fans to suffer waiting. There were still a lot of fake ones being created by fans who just wish to have their ideas come true. Perhaps some of the people who make fake rumors just want their ideas to get out there so that game companies might make them a reality next time around. Or perhaps some of them knew some real information that got delayed or changed last minute by executive decisions. Without further ado, here are the E3 2018 rumors!
Continue reading Pre-E3 2018: Rumor Roundup – the good, the bad, and the ugly
Various sources on the internet are scouring to explain what the newest announcement from Bethesda Game Studios means. After a 24 hour stream of nothingness, Fallout 76 was given a very short teaser trailer. Now there are some strong indicators as to what the game might actually be like, though we won’t know for sure until June 10th when Bethesda launches their E3 showcase presentation.
Continue reading Fallout 76 is likely to be similar to Minecraft with guns, or Rust for consoles
Recently every gaming website and YouTuber has had something to say about the rumor that Sony could launch the next-generation at the end of this year. PlayStation 5 coming in 2018? Not likely. But what truth sparked this curiosity which slowly grew out of control? Why do people think this, and what can we learn from the situation?
Continue reading Rumor: PlayStation 5 Dev Kits, Dedicated Graphics Card, and… Holograms !?!?
Fortnite is a perpetual base-building zombie survival defense game and third-person shooter boasting over 40 million players in its new free-to-play version, Fortnite: Battle Royale, inspired by games like the original ArmA II mod, H1Z1: King of the Kill, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds but considerably different due to the higher quality polish on the title overall and completely game-changing base-building aspect.
Recently the game has reached over 40 million registered players making it the most popular Battle Royale game with over 2 million concurrent players at once.
Continue reading New Fortnite: Battle Royale “Take To The Skies” Game Mode Leaked Ahead Of Today’s New 2.2.0 Map Update