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Musical action-adventure game No Straight Roads is coming to PlayStation 4 and PC via the Epic Games Store this June.
James awarded No Straight Roads his pick of the show when he went hands-on with the game at last year’s EGX Rezzed. You can see more of the game in action in his video round-up above (head to the 4:00 mark for NSR) where he also spoke to developers Hazmer and Dziauddin.
A special PS4 only Collector’s Edition of the game is currently available to pre-order for £59.99/€69.99/$69.99 RRP. It includes the following goodies:
No Straight Roads is out 30 June on PlayStation 4 and PC via Epic Games Store.
Epic Games have announced a new partnership deal with three studios that will see them handling publishing duties for their upcoming titles across multiple platforms.
Once a game has been released and the initial development costs have been recouped, Epic and the development team will be splitting all profits made, with studios said to be getting “at least 50% of all profits.”
"gen DESIGN, Remedy, and Playdead are among the most innovative and talented studios in the industry, with strong visions for their next games. They will have full creative control, while Epic will provide a solid foundation of project funding and services,” said Hector Sanchez, Head of Epic Games Publishing.
While there’s no details on what the three studios who have partnered with Epic are working on, more information will be announced “in the coming months.”
What do you think of Epic’s new take on publishing? Let us know below or in the forums.
Deck 13 Spotlight, the publishing arm of Deck 13 (The Surge, The Surge 2), have brought Playwood Games’ tabletop-inspired Wartile to consoles.
A paid expansion for the game, Hel’s Nightmare, will be released on 5 May. It includes five new battle boards and a new hero, Ogier the Dane, for $9.99 (or regional equivalent). The expansion sees players taking on an undead threat in the form of Draugr Warriors that are invading the Norse regions.
Wartile is out now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for £16.74 and £15.99, respectively.
Let us know your thoughts on the game’s console debut below or in the forums.
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M2H Games’ WW1 shooter Tannenberg is getting a limited-time event that introduces wolves to multiplayer matches.
If the beasts do decide to show up during a match, players are able to form a truce to fend them off, with special in-game medals handed out to survivors who uphold the temporary peace. With the game not actually enforcing the truce, however, players can also use the confusion caused by the wolves to make gains on the battlefield.
Tannenberg is available now on PC, while news of the Xbox One and PS4 versions is said to be coming “soon.”
Looking forward to battling wolves in Tannenberg? Let us know below.
Capcom will allow players to go hands on with their highly anticipated Resident Evil 3 remake when a demo for the game launches later this week.
While working through the demo, players can also attempt to complete a bonus challenge of finding and destroying Mr. Charlie statues, with a total of 20 to locate.
Later on in the month Resi fans will also be to try the open beta for the game’s asymmetrical 4 vs 1 multiplayer mode, Resident Evil Resistance, which is set to begin on 27 March.
Participants will be able to play as either Daniel Fabron, one of the game mode’s four Masterminds, or as a Survivor.
The former is able to set traps, utilise bioweapons and generally make life harder for the latter group, who have to team up and use their unique abilities in order to try and escape the Masterminds’ devious experiments.
Resident Evil 3 is out 3 April on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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Sony have confirmed that Guerilla Games’ open world title, Horizon Zero Dawn, is getting a PC release.
“I can confirm that Horizon Zero Dawn is coming to PC this summer,” said Hulst. “There will be more information coming from Guerrilla, from the new studio directors (Michiel van der Leeuw, JB van Beek, and Angie Smets) pretty soon.”
Hulst also stated that Sony were open to new ideas of how to “introduce people to PlayStation,” but said it does not necessarily mean that all future AAA titles exclusive to the platform will be making their way to PC.
“To maybe put a few minds at ease, releasing one first-party AAA title to PC doesn’t necessarily mean that every game now will come to PC,” said Hulst.
“In my mind, Horizon Zero Dawn was just a great fit in this particular instance. We don’t have plans for day and date [PC releases], and we remain 100% committed to dedicated hardware.”
You can read the entire interview with Hulst here.
Are you looking forward to seeing Horizon Zero Dawn on PC? What other PlayStation exclusive titles would you like to see made available on the platform? Let us know below.
Activision have officially confirmed the existence of Call of Duty: Warzone, a stand-alone Battle Royale mode for Modern Warfare, following a number of high-profile leaks in recent weeks.
Warzone comes with two game modes: the classic Battle Royale and a new mode called Plunder, which is said to be a “race to deposit the most in-game cash.” Cross-platform play will be supported, and progression from Modern Warfare, including Operators, Battle Pass items and weapon unlocks, is carried over, and vice-versa.
It sounds like players will also be able to take on in-game “contracts” that task them with completing specific objectives, such as securing a location or opening a series of supply boxes, for extra rewards, including loot, cash and XP.
There was also confirmation of the Gulag, a previously leaked Battle Royale-only feature that allows eliminated players a chance to re-enter the fight by winning a 1v1 duel with another player who has also been taken out.
Modern Warfare owners will be able to access Warzone directly from the in-game menu, with the new mode coming in as a 15GB – 20GB download, while new players will have a much larger 80GB – 100GB download.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available from 10 March on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
What do you think of the new mode? Let us know below.