We’re back with another quick(ish) round-up of some of the week's stories.
Anyone who purchases or already owns a Mega Drive title will be able to check out the redesigned hub when it launches on 28 April. The hub is a portal back to the '90s with dynamic time of day conditions, SEGA paraphernalia dotted around, and a shelf to showcase the games you own and an old CRT TV.
Staying with PC, Ubisoft have announced Champions Of Anteria, a real time strategy game from their Blue Byte studio.
In Anteria you'll command five champions, each skilled with using one main elemental power of water, fire, metal, nature or lightning. Elements work best against their opposite, but only 3 champions can be taken into a mission, so choose wisely.
Check out the trailer below.
Anteria lunches on 30 August.
If you're interested, more information can be found on the game’s official website.
Gearbox Software have confirmed that their next project - after wrapping up Battleborn - will be Borderlands 3.
Randy Pitchford, CEO and president of Gearbox, noted that, "There's already a lot of Borderlands easter eggs in Battleborn. But they're all from previous Borderlands games. So what if we put easter eggs for future stuff in the DLC?"
It's an interesting concept and one that's certain to keep people guessing.
Mikey Neumann, the voice of Scooter, has an idea for a character he'd like to see included in the game; Scooter's son, Scooper.
"I did this whole Scooter thing, then I pitch-shifted it up like seven semitones so it sounds like a chipmunk and it was the funniest thing I'd ever heard," said Neumann.
There's no information on any other possible characters, or a time frame for release, but keep your eyes on Battleborn and its future DLC for clues.
CBS and interactive video company Interlude are bringing back The Twilight Zone, as a mix of TV and video game.
Interlude are known for their choose-your-own-adventure videos, and in a similar vein this reboot of The Twilight Zone will allow viewers to “step in and become a part of the story.”
Bioshock creator Ken Levine will be involved as the writer and director of the pilot episode, so we can be sure of a thrilling ride.
A sequel to Five Nights At Freddy’s is in the works, subtitled Sister Location. The teaser comes from the developer’s website and shows what appears to be a new character in the background. Could Freddy Fazbear have a sister?
This could be a welcome return to form for fans of the horror series; Five Night’s At Freddy’s World - an RPG spin-off - had a very poor reception and has since been pulled.
No details have been shared about Sister Location yet but we’ll keep you posted.
CD Projekt RED have revealed some screenshots of the second expansion for The Witcher 3, titled Blood and Wine.
"I can already tell you Blood and Wine is a fascinating story, with every sort of twist and turn you’d expect from our writers," said Marcin Momot, the Senior Social Media and Community Coordinator.
"Toussaint, the new realm we’re creating for the expansion, is unlike anything you’ve seen in Wild Hunt – carefree and colorful, but your gut never stops telling you that there’s some real dark stuff happening underneath all that. We’ll be revealing more information in May however, to sweeten the wait, here are some fresh screenshots from the expansion!"
Take a gander at the alluring images below.
It looks enticing. Is this enough to pull you back into The Witcher 3?
As always, you can share your thoughts with us in the forums.