I was unavailable to do a round-up last time out but you won't miss anything with our double bill special, so let's get straight to it.
From Software working on 3 new games
An interview with Dark Souls maker Hidetaka Miyazaki has revealed that From Software are currently working on 3 new games. The projects are as follows...
Project 1: An action role-playing game with a dark fantasy setting similar to Dark Souls, but approached from a ‘different angle’.
Project 2: A reboot of an existing franchise, with ideas inspired by Dark Souls and other previous franchises.
Project 3: A brand new IP that’s ‘something different from what the company has been doing previously’ and ‘a bit weird’.
As much as I like Dark Souls, I feel like From Software should stay away from its format for a while. I don't want them labeled as a one-trick pony.
As part of the Rise of Iron expansion for Destiny, the developers have added private matches into the game. Players will now be able to customise their Crucible experience with maps, time of day and light levels.
holy choir chanting Hallelujah
The 3 Assassins Creed games based on the character Ezio are being repackaged and remastered onto current gen consoles for a November release.
We're still getting some Assassin's Creed this year despite Ubi having said that there would be none. Why am I not surprised? Well, at least they picked two of the best games of the series.
Gotta keep the money train a' rollin.
The next big update for PS4 (4.00) has been released. There are numerous feature and fixes but the main improvements include a better quick menu and the ability to create folders for games.
It's okay. I can't really say much about it.
Blizzard are now in a transision pariod of dropping the Battle.Net name. Blizzard say the name often causes confusion so it will now start referring to Blizzard Tech in future.
Probably a good idea to change the name from a URL to an actual name.
This will certainly take a long time to get used to. They've had the Battle.net name since the 90s.
Created by artists and designers for Destiny, D is for Destiny is a rhyming alphabet book aimed at kids. Is was originally created in 2013 for the parents at Bungie but will now be available for all October 4th.
Goodnight Moon, The Giving Tree, D is for Destiny. One of these things is not like the others.
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