Days Gone Releases In February

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Sony's biker-zombie adventure finally has a release date. You'll be able to ride around as Deacon St. John on February 22.

The release date was revealed during today's PlayStation E3 2018 Livestream.  Developer SIE Bend Studio confirmed the news a few minutes later with a tweet:

In Days Gone, The World Comes For You. #DaysGone is set to launch on February 22, 2019 pic.twitter.com/zsR595FLx3

Report: Crackdown 3 Delayed Into 2019

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Kotaku is reporting that according to multiple sources Crackdown 3 has been hit with another delay – this time pushing the game into 2019.

The site says the news comes from "two people familiar with the game's release plans."

The game was originally supposed to come out in 2016, but it was moved to November 7 to coincide with the launch of the Xbox One X. In the fall of 2017, however, the game was pushed to spring 2018.

Report: Crackdown 3 Delayed Into 2019

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Kotaku is reporting that according to multiple sources Crackdown 3 has been hit with another delay – this time pushing the game into 2019.

The site says the news comes from "two people familiar with the game's release plans."

The game was originally supposed to come out in 2016, but it was moved to November 7 to coincide with the launch of the Xbox One X. In the fall of 2017, however, the game was pushed to spring 2018.

Persona 3 and 5 Rhythm Games Coming West In 2019

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We don't think it's overselling it to say that Persona's popularity has exploded since the remaster of Persona 4 hit the Vita back in 2012. Not only was the fifth game critically acclaimed, but 4 spun off into an enjoyable dancing game.

We knew that there were dancing games coming for Persona 3 and 5, but Atlus had remained tight-lipped about whether those two games would be coming west. The developer confirmed today that both games, Persona 3: Dancing In Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, would be coming west in 2019. The games will be coming to both PS4 and Vita, with a Atlus' European PR representative Sara Wellock confirming that the Vita version will be digital only:

Some Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight questions answered

Moss Is Available Now For Oculus And Vive

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Moss, the formerly PlayStation VR exclusive game about a little mouse on a big mission, is now available on the competing VR platforms. The game is available immediately for both Oculus and Vive for $29.99. The new platforms haven't resulted in any big updates for the game, but you will be able to have additional save slots, and the game will be playable in more languages. These updates will be available for the PSVR version of the game on June 12.

For more on Moss, you can read our review of Moss here.

The Pokémon Company Is Talking Up 2019's Switch Game

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The CEO of The Pokémon Company, Tsunekazu Ishihara, has not only been talking about this year's Pokémon Let's Go games, but also peppering in details about next year's Switch game, as well.

In an interview with Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu translated by Siliconera, Ishihara assures fans put off by some of Pokémon Let's Go's changes that the next title will be "completely different."

"We want to make Pokémon fans say 'this is what I've been waiting for' by delivering a brand-new product packed with gameplay elements and plenty of new Pokémon to encounter," Ishihara said. "The game will give a good understanding of what an evolved Pokémon game looks like after it has continued to succeed the traditions of Game Freak."

Halo Comic Series Collateral Damage Launches Today

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Halo Comic Series Collateral Damage Launches Today

A new Halo comic series titled Collateral Damage has launched today by way of Dark Horse Comics.

The new series follows Master Chief and Blue Team on a mission to a volatile colony world given to them by the UNSC. The Covenant is digging into the planet's surface to uncover something ancient and powerful below the ground and Chief has been tasked with stopping and eliminating them. It's less cut-and-dry than it seems, though, and the stakes raise far higher than the Spartan-ii team expected.

Collateral Damage was announced in March to be written by Alex Irvine (Halo: Rise of Atriox #4, Iron Man: The Rapture, Dark Sun) and drawn by artist Dave Crosland, cover artist Zak Hartong., colorist Leonard O’Grady,and letterer Simon Bowland.

Ubisoft Expects Only One More Console Generation

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Yves Guillemot, cofounder and CEO of Ubisoft, has been thinking about where the console industry is moving. The chief of the company behind games like Assassin's Creed and The Division thinks that consoles only really have one more generation in the tank before everything just moves to the cloud.

In an interview with Variety, Guillemot volunteered his thoughts on where the hardware industry is going and especially where it isn't going.

I think we will see another generation, but there is a good chance that step-by-step we will see less and less hardware. With time, I think streaming will become more accessible to many players and make it not necessary to have big hardware at home. There will be one more console generation and then after that, we will be streaming, all of us.

Battlefront II Update Adds Young Solo And Lando

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There's been a lot said about the quality and reception of Solo, the first character-specific prequel movie in Disney's Star Wars set, but EA isn't delaying plans to include Alden Ehrenreich's Solo and Donald Glover's Lando Calrissian as heroes in Battlefront II.

A new update coming on June 12 centers around Solo-related content. A new multiplayer map, Kessel, is the origin of the famous bragging point that is Han's Kessel run. The map supports a number of modes, including Blast, Hero Showdown, Heroes vs. Villains, and the asymmetric Extraction mode where teams compete to steal loot and return it to their base.

Lando's version of the Millennium Falcon before he lost it to Han is also being added. The ship is faster and more maneuverable, but lacks the punch born of Han's modifications.

Third Patch To Chrono Trigger For PC Released

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In February of this year, Square Enix released Chrono Trigger on PC for the first time, which delighted fans up until the second they stared playing it. The PC port of the game, heavily based on the mobile version, looked and ran poorly and forced Square Enix to promise to fix it with patches.

Now, the third patch has been released, focusing primarily on fixing the user interface and giving more options for both keyboard and controller players.

"In addition to the UI changes introduced in the previous patch, additional changes have been made to further improve gameplay experience with both gamepad and keyboard controls.," the patch notes read. "These changes can be seen on the world map, in towns and dungeons, within shop menus, during time warps, and also during unique scenarios including the display of narrative choices and mini-games."