The Battlefield 5 world premiere has been confirmed as 6 May. There's a countdown on the official site ticking down to the reveal.
Microsoft could be showing off some new hardware at E3. According to a blog post by Brad Sams, the company could be releasing a new standard controller and maybe even some form of new console.
Whether this console will be an Elite Xbox One or something altogether different he wasn't sure, but given all the talk surrounding the PlayStation Neo, it could be something to rival Sony's upgraded console.
Yesterday Origins, a point-and-click game from Pendulo Studios, has a release date of 29 September and will be available on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
You'll play as the immortal John Yesterday and his partner Pauline and travel across the globe and multiple time periods on a journey to discover the origins of immortality.
Developer Pendulo Studios shared some new visuals which you can see below.
Take-two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar and 2K Games have filed new trademark applications for "Judas", in both Europe and the US.
It's also been discovered that www.judasthegame.com is registered to MarkMonitor, which is also the registrar for Rockstar Games' official website.
Whilst trademark applications don't always result in a game being released, it could be a sign that there's something in the works. E3 is just around the corner, after all.
The mysterious 1666 was supposed to be the "new Assassin's Creed" but it never saw the light of day due to the developer, THQ Montreal, closing down.
No footage was ever shown to the public, until now. Creator Patrice Desilets shared a video at an event in Europe, which you can watch below.
According to Brandon Sheffield, a journalist who attended the event, "The game's theme is 'be worse than the devil,' which is why the protagonist can control animals traditionally associated with black magic."
There is hope that the title could see release, as this week Desilets regained the rights to 1666 as part of a settlement deal with Ubisoft, who obtained the rights during THQ's bankruptcy auction.
Finally we say goodbye to Lionhead Studios this week. The Fable developer has officially closed for good, following a six week consultation period.
A Microsoft representative told Polygon, "All employees have been provided with the option of assistance on internal job search and placement or external job search support." That support will continue for the next year.
Job offers, messages of support, and thanks, have been flooding into the team via Twitter.
We'd like to wish the Lionhead staff all the very best.
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