There have been a few release dates attached to Rockstar’s upcoming re-release of GTA V for PS4, Xbox One and PC, with all being placeholder dates. However, UK retailer Littlewoods has an alternative release date set for the title, November 14th.
However, that’s not all. Earlier today Take Two’s UK distributor also listed the November 14th as the titles release date. Since then their website has reverted the release date to “TBC”, though we have an image of the listing before the change.
Does this mean we finally have a set release date for the next-gen versions of GTA V? Maybe, maybe not. In the meantime we’re just going to have to wait for an official announcement by the folks over at Rockstar and Take Two.
Damn those secretive buggers…
Will you be getting GTA V for PS4 or Xbox One? Or are you holding out for the PC release? Hijack the comments section below and let us know you’re preferred platform.
Some lucky so-and-so has managed to get their hands on Destiny a full week ahead of the games official release date.
As such, we now have some new info on the title, the biggest being the install size. Destiny requires an absolutely huge install of 40GB, so if you’re running low on hard drive space it may be worth looking into getting yourself an external drive to prevent disappointment.
Check out the images of the games case, confirming the install size:
However, 40GB is only the start. With Destiny being primarily an online game, expect there to be many a patch, update and of course the mandatory post-release download content, all of which will be taking up valuable space on your systems hard drive.
To say we are envious of this lucky bugger would be an understatement, we’re not set to get the title for another week…
Destiny is set to release on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 9th.
Have you managed to snag a copy of Bungie’s shooter early? If so, please let us know what your impressions are down in the comments section below.
There’s another Dead or Alive heading onto home console in the shape of Dead or Alive 5 Last Round.
Team Ninja announced the upcoming fighter today at Japan’s Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade Summer Carnival tournament.
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round is set to release on the PS4 and Xbox One as well as the old-gen consoles, the PS3 and Xbox 360.
When will it be available? Well, Japan will be smashing each other to bits in scantily clad, digital females early Spring next year and there’s no release date set for the UK, Europe or North America. It’s safe to assume there will be a release in Western territories at some point, possibly later on in 2015.
If you want to get some hands on play time with Dead or Alive 5 Last Round, you can play a demo next month at The Fall Classic in Raleigh, North Caroline. There’s not a lot of time to get a go of the demo, it’ll only be available from October 10th until the 12th.
Some may be disappointed in the fact that it’s releasing across both new-gen and last-gen consoles, but the name of the game is money and as such, Koei Tecmo will want to make the game accessible to as a many players as possible.
Finally, there’s also a teaser trailer to go along with announcement, so go ahead and direct your peepers South way to get a cheeky look at whats to come.
Have you got another round left in you? Or are you burnt out with the Dead or Alive franchise? Sucker punch us down below for suggesting such an atrocity.
Capcom has released the first Resident Evil HD trailer for the PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
The upcoming survival-horror adventure will be releasing with the ability to run at 1080p, but only on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Players on the last gen consoles will have to make do with sub-1080p, but will still be able to enjoy the features present in the next-gen and PC release, such as the ability to play in the original old-school aspect ratio of 4:3, or stick with the updated 16:9 widescreen option.
In addition, there are two control schemes to choose from. Players can either stick to the titles roots and play in the classic control set-up or they can opt for the updated and much more user-friendly mode.
Resident Evil HD is actually a re-release of a re-release, if you can get your head around it. Resident Evil HD first appeared on the Nintendo Gamecube way back in 2002.
This latest release will launch on the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC sometime in the first quarter of 2015.
In the meantime, check out the first Resident Evil HD trailer below.
Some great news for people wanting to get their hands on GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One and don’t want to wait longer than they have to – it’s not delayed!
There’s been a few rumours flying around over the last couple of weeks, most of which suggest that the next-gen versions of the blockbuster crime title has been delayed, or worse yet, the PC version has been cancelled.
Rockstar has officially confirmed that GTA V for PS4 has not been delayed, neither has the Xbox One version. A Rockstar representative was answering an eager fans question on the developers community website, stating “I’m also looking forward to the PC release, however this release date has not changed.”
So there you have it, GTA V for PS4 and Xbox and presumably the PC will launch sometime later this year. We still have no solid release date for the title yet, but we expect Rockstar to give this info up within the next few weeks. Either way, we’ll keep you updated.
Are you going to be purchasing GTA V for PS4 or Xbox One? Or will you be going for the PC release, where no doubt there will be a plethora of mods available. Let us know down in the comments section below.
Zombie survival title State of Decay will be getting an Xbox One port and will release as State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition.
Microsoft’s announcement bills the upcoming release as the “definitive version” as it’ll be running at 1080p with improved visuals and textures, as well as both downloadable extras and some brand new content specially created for the port.
At the moment there’s no news on what the new content is but Microsoft has promised that more announcements will follow as the release date closes in.
State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition will be released on the Xbox One sometime in the Spring of 2015.
Another day, another last-gen re-release on a next-gen console…
State of Decay originally release on the Xbox 360 and PC back in 2013 and was well received amongst players and critics for its solid gameplay and mechanics, despite it’s flaws. Here’s hoping the Xbox One release is just as good, if not better.
The next-gen release of GTA V won’t just be shipping with the typical enhanced graphics and all the other mumbo jumbo that publishers declare to try to get you to buy the same game twice, it’ll be getting some new radio tracks too.
Cara Delevingne, the radio hostess on the in-game Non Stop Pop FM recently tweeted that she is back at Rockstar recording some new material for the upcoming re-release of GTA V on the PS4, Xbox One and the PC version (if it doesn’t get cancelled.)
There’s not much else to say about this apart from we’ll have to wait and see. Or hear…
Looking forward to mass-murder and mayhem in the next-gen GTA V? Lock and load in the comments section down below.
Love them or hate them, but re-releases are here to stay, for the time being anyway. The latest title to be announced as a re-release for the next-gen consoles is Saints Row 4 as announced by developer Volition during the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle.
The re-release of Saints Row 4 will be a direct port with enhanced graphics and the like. One notable addition is the inclusion of voice commands; though there’s not many details on how this will work just yet.
Saints Row 4 originally release back in 2013 for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to rave reviews from critics and fans of the outlandish series alike.
Saints Row 4 will release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 27th of next year, so not too long to wait.
The new generation of consoles has seen its fair share of re-releases most of which have been well received by players (The Last of Us, Tomb Raider). However there is a divide, much like Pepsi vs. Coke, players a split as to whether these ‘new’ games are worth the asking price.
What do you think of re-releases? Are they worth the time and money? Will you be delving into a second slice of Saints Row 4′s ‘special’ brownies? Let us know down in the comments section below.
Ubisoft has announced that Assassin’s Creed Unity has been delayed, pushing the title back from its October release date to early November.
It’s not a huge delay, only two weeks of extra waiting… The French publisher has delayed the title to allow a bit more time for some extra spit-and polish, though they also confirmed that there will be a day-one patch to download and install. As long as everything runs smoothly, we won’t have too many complaints, though going by Ubisoft’s recent history there’s not a lot of hope for such smooth sailing…
Assassin’s Creed Unity will now be launching on November 11th in North America and November 13th for the UK and its European neighbours.
Assassin’s Creed Unity is the first ‘true’ next-gen Assassin’s Creed title in the series with it being developed exclusively for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
PS3 and Xbox 360 players will still get an Assassin’s Creed title this year in the form of Assassin’s Creed: Rogue.
Which will you be picking up this November? Or will you be delving into two different tales with each generations iteration? Swing your blade in the comments below and make your mark.
Source: Ubisoft Blog
Septembers Games With Gold content has been announced by Microsoft’s very own Major Nelson.
The upcoming freebies include the fantastic Super Time Force for the Xbox One with Monaco: What’s Mine Is Yours and Halo: Reach rounding off the trio of new content on the Xbox 360.
Some Games With Gold users may be a little disappointed in the fact that Septembers update only brings one title to the Xbox One, but quality over quantity as they say…
How’s your hard drive bearing up with all the freebies and offers?
Source: Major Nelson