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It’s going to be the talk of every gamer, Rockstar Games have announced that the upcoming release of its much awaited game Grand Theft Auto V on Sony’s PlayStation 4 would support 1080p graphics. The visuals as learnt by some are described as “glimmering.” The game is expected to release on November 18 for both PS4 and Xbox One gaming consoles. The PC variant would roll out next year.
Microsoft has announced a $50 price cut for the Xbox One. Xbox One was previously listed at all major outlets at $400, but after the price cut which comes in effect from November 2 i.e. tomorrow would see that all outlets adhere to sell it at $350. This is also valid for special edition bundles that come with copies of Sunset Overdrive, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and Assassin’s Creed Unity.
Retailer Best Buy would start selling Call of Duty: Advance Warfare at exactly 12:01 am Eastern at its more than 800 stores across the U.S. on November 3.
This War of Mine, a game from a team of Polish developers has got a new trailer and a release date of November 14 through Steam and Game Republic for $20.
A study from SuperData reveals some interesting gender trends about gaming. The report shows that men play more Massively Multiplayer Online and First Person Shooter games while women on the other hand prefer mobile games and Role Playing Games.
Rugby 2015 has been delayed. The game was expected to roll out by the end of this year but now it would be released next year for all the major gaming consoles.
Analysts have predicted tough times for Call of Duty. Advanced Warfare will sell 40 percent fewer copies than Ghosts and a whopping 70 percent fewer copies than Black Ops II.
Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner announced this week that he has donated a collection of design notes, drawings, correspondence, business records, and software related to his best-known works (Karateka, Prince of Persia, and The Last Express) to The Strong museum in Rochester, New York. The works will be available to researchers at the The Strong’s research library, and also to the public in future exhibits.