After teasing the news all week, Ubisoft have released a new trailer for Far Cry 5. The short clip, which you can watch below, gives us our first cinematic glimpse at the upcoming game. The game is set for release February 2018, and we look forward to seeing more of this stylish, politically charged world.
Artwork has leaked for the upcoming Switch title Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Artwork has leaked for the upcoming Switch title Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. The collection of leaked images includes details on the game’s mechanics, release window and marketing strategy, as well as a look at the game’s art style.
Dontnod Entertainment have announced they are working on a sequel to their popular episodic adventure Life is Strange. So far it is unclear if the game will continue to follow Max’s story, branch out to other characters or adopt a completely new setting.
A new English-language Netflix series has been announced based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher saga, the inspiration for CD Projekt Red’s popular RPG trilogy. So far no release date or casting information has been announced.
Nintendo are working on a Legend of Zelda mobile game, according to the Wall Street Journal.The unnamed source claims the title is being co-developed by Japanese developer DeNa. The new game will reportedly follow Animal Crossing, which is due for release before March 2018.
A Russian blogger has just received a three-and-a-half years suspended sentence for inciting religious hatred, after filming himself playing Pokémon Go in a church. Today the court ruled that the video was “intended to offend religious sentiments,” and was a reflection of his own disrespect for religion and wider society.
Classic life simulator The Sims has just soft-launched for Android in some countries, and will soon be available for iOS. Currently you can only access the game on Android in Brazil, but this will no doubt be rolled out across all countries and Apple devices in the near future.
Far from nipping around to your friend’s house with an extra controller, eSports is a fully fledged, commercially viable industry with a bright future, and yet it still faces somewhat of a stigma.