First Uncut Devil May Cry 5 Gameplay Will Be At Gamescom

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First Uncut Devil May Cry 5 Gameplay Will Be At Gamescom

Capcom hasn't said much about Devil May Cry 5 since its announcement at E3, preferring instead to focus on the sooner-releasing Resident Evil 2, but it seems like we won't have to wait too much longer for hands-on impressions.

Devil May Cry series producer Hideaki Itsuno revealed on Twitter that they've finished the demo for Gamescom, showing that the title will be playable for the first time next week in Germany. The tweet comes with an off-screen shot of DMC5's vibrant demo splash screen.

Demo version for gamescom2018 is completed! 10 days to the world's first playable! pic.twitter.com/dlctQwIIPr

Dynasty Warriors Meets Strategy In The New Total War: Three Kingdoms Trailer

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Dynasty Warriors Meets Strategy In The New Total War: Three Kingdoms Trailer

Total War: Three Kingdoms' new trailer showcases Sun Jian throwing down on his enemies and features the new campaign map as well as some battle footage. The whole trailer is in-engine and looks as gorgeous as ever, with the campaign map in particular showcasing the change in scenery China will bring compared to past entries in the series. 

Total War: Three Kingdoms mixes the historical focus of past entries, alongside the larger-than-life heroes of Total War: Warhammer. The game features a number of new systems, including more dynamic generals who will become friends or bicker during battles, affecting their performance and abilities. In our preview, we said "it has a lot of potential for adding an engaging level of unpredictability in the campaign".

Total War: Three Kingdoms was originally delayed and will not be making its debut until Spring 2019, but until then there is plenty of Total War to go around. Creative Assembly has kept fans busy, between the more bite-sized Thrones of Britannia, the recent expansion to 2014's Total War: Rome II, and Total War: Warhammer 2's Norsca add-on. 

Dynasty Warriors Meets Strategy In The New Total War: Three Kingdoms Trailer

about X hours ago from
Dynasty Warriors Meets Strategy In The New Total War: Three Kingdoms Trailer

Total War: Three Kingdoms' new trailer showcases Sun Jian throwing down on his enemies and features the new campaign map as well as some battle footage. The whole trailer is in-engine and looks as gorgeous as ever, with the campaign map in particular showcasing the change in scenery China will bring compared to past entries in the series. 

Total War: Three Kingdoms mixes the historical focus of past entries, alongside the larger-than-life heroes of Total War: Warhammer. The game features a number of new systems, including more dynamic generals who will become friends or bicker during battles, affecting their performance and abilities. In our preview, we said "it has a lot of potential for adding an engaging level of unpredictability in the campaign".

Total War: Three Kingdoms was originally delayed and will not be making its debut until Spring 2019, but until then there is plenty of Total War to go around. Creative Assembly has kept fans busy, between the more bite-sized Thrones of Britannia, the recent expansion to 2014's Total War: Rome II, and Total War: Warhammer 2's Norsca add-on. 

Black Ops 4 Teases New Battle Royale Info – Including The Date For The Private Beta

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Black Ops 4 Teases New Battle Royale Info – Including The Date For The Private Beta

Although we've already gotten hands-on time with the traditional Black Ops 4 multiplayer, Treyarch has been cagey with details on the game's brand new battle royale mode, Blackout. However, a new teaser dropped today tells us some key details for the last-man-standing romp.

Prepare accordingly.#Blackout pic.twitter.com/X70KVQ75gU

"Solos. Duos. Quads," the preview says, promising both free-for-all and team action in Blackout. Players who have pre-ordered the game will get access to a private Blackout Beta. The beta will start on September 10 for the PS4, and (presumably) shortly after for the PC and Xbox One.  

Black Ops 4 Teases New Battle Royale Info – Including The Date For The Private Beta

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Black Ops 4 Teases New Battle Royale Info – Including The Date For The Private Beta

Although we've already gotten hands-on time with the traditional Black Ops 4 multiplayer, Treyarch has been cagey with details on the game's brand new battle royale mode, Blackout. However, a new teaser dropped today tells us some key details for the last-man-standing romp.

Prepare accordingly.#Blackout pic.twitter.com/X70KVQ75gU

"Solos. Duos. Quads," the preview says, promising both free-for-all and team action in Blackout. Players who have pre-ordered the game will get access to a private Blackout Beta. The beta will start on September 10 for the PS4, and (presumably) shortly after for the PC and Xbox One.  

Become Grossly Incandescent In October With Dark Souls Remastered On Switch

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Become Grossly Incandescent In October With Dark Souls Remastered On Switch

Good news Souls fans, this fall you will be able to take Dark Souls with you wherever you go. The Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered finally has an official release date, after being delayed alongside the Solaire of Astora amiibo. The game will be out October 19, just in time to explore the dilapidated depths and cavernous catacombs for a bit before Halloween. 

We have kept you waiting long enough, and now are pleased to announce that the Nintendo Switch version of DARK SOULS REMASTERED will be
released on the 19th October, 2018.
Finally we hope you can look forward to playing Dark Souls wherever, whenever you wish. pic.twitter.com/F8z8AjUIPA

Dark Souls Remastered originally released on May 25 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. The title received some visual enhancements alongside a resolution bump and a more stable framerate. In our review, Dan Tack called it an "incredible experience" and praised the framerate changes, making areas like Blighttown finally "playable" on console, and on PC without a third party fix. 

Become Grossly Incandescent In October With Dark Souls Remastered On Switch

about X hours ago from
Become Grossly Incandescent In October With Dark Souls Remastered On Switch

Good news Souls fans, this fall you will be able to take Dark Souls with you wherever you go. The Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered finally has an official release date, after being delayed alongside the Solaire of Astora amiibo. The game will be out October 19, just in time to explore the dilapidated depths and cavernous catacombs for a bit before Halloween. 

We have kept you waiting long enough, and now are pleased to announce that the Nintendo Switch version of DARK SOULS REMASTERED will be
released on the 19th October, 2018.
Finally we hope you can look forward to playing Dark Souls wherever, whenever you wish. pic.twitter.com/F8z8AjUIPA

Dark Souls Remastered originally released on May 25 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. The title received some visual enhancements alongside a resolution bump and a more stable framerate. In our review, Dan Tack called it an "incredible experience" and praised the framerate changes, making areas like Blighttown finally "playable" on console, and on PC without a third party fix. 

Patrick Söderlund Leaving EA

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Patrick Söderlund Leaving EA

Electronic Arts' chief design officer, Patrick Söderlund, is leaving the company later this year after a transition period of three months.

Söderlund was CEO of Battlefield developer DICE when EA acquired it in 2006, and since then he has moved up the ladder at EA. In 2016 he went from EA studios vice president to being the executive VP in charge of the newly created EA Worldwide Studios. In April Söderlund was given his current position, making his last appointment a relatively short one.

While at EA one of Söderlund's achievements was spreading DICE's technology to the rest of the company. Currently DICE's Frostbite engine is the anchor for a range of titles, from the Battlefield series to the company's range of sports games.

Team Sonic Racing Developer Acquires The Chinese Room

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Team Sonic Racing Developer Acquires The Chinese Room

The Chinese Room, the developer behind Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone To The Rapture, had to lay off its staff last year after "financial pressures and health issues." While Co-founder Dan Pincheback didn't come out and call it a studio closure, it sure seemed like one. However, it looks like The Chinese Room has returned.

Sumo Digital, the developer behind Team Sonic Racing and Little Big Planet 3, have acquired the studio. Sumo Digital told GameIndustry.biz, that the reason behind the acquisition was so that The Chinese Room could "continue to create the unique, innovative games they are known and loved for."

Pincheback wrote up a new blog on The Chinese Room's site, commenting on the acuqisition, urging readers to "watch this space" for news in the future:

Team Sonic Racing Developer Acquires The Chinese Room

about X hours ago from
Team Sonic Racing Developer Acquires The Chinese Room

The Chinese Room, the developer behind Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone To The Rapture, had to lay off its staff last year after "financial pressures and health issues." While Co-founder Dan Pincheback didn't come out and call it a studio closure, it sure seemed like one. However, it looks like The Chinese Room has returned.

Sumo Digital, the developer behind Team Sonic Racing and Little Big Planet 3, have acquired the studio. Sumo Digital told GameIndustry.biz, that the reason behind the acquisition was so that The Chinese Room could "continue to create the unique, innovative games they are known and loved for."

Pincheback wrote up a new blog on The Chinese Room's site, commenting on the acuqisition, urging readers to "watch this space" for news in the future: