Alright, the hype is real. It’s happening. Sony has finally confirmed a livestreaming event on June 4 for the reveal of new PS5 games and also to delve a bit deeper into the tech that is gonna change gaming.
The beginning of a new era, folks.
The June 04 event will mainly focus on games themselves, but little information is given about the console itself. A reveal about it is unlikely. Sony has so far only unveiled a logo for the console, the PS5 gamepad, and a tech demo showing the console’s graphics capability, which was discussed in one of our previous articles.
Here’s the official video :
Eight Ryzen Zen 2 cores with a variable frequency up to 3.5 GHz.
Custom AMD GPU based on their RDNA 2 technology that promises 10.28 teraflops, based on 36 compute units running at up to 2.23 GHz.
Custom 825GB SSD as well as a dedicated hardware unit for 3D audio.
Finally, hardware acceleration for real-time ray tracing.
Find out more on June 04! Stay tuned for more updates.
It’s super hyped up, we all know that – and it was released around last week and has been highly criticized, both positively and negatively. What should you do?
Hideo Kojima, the legend himself has written, directed and published this game via Kojima Productions. It features Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen. There is a reason for people to go crazy about this game.
But here’s 5 things you should know before buying it. Yes, there are no spoilers, so we won’t delve too deep.
The game is approximately 50-60 hours long on an average and is kinda tedious at times, but looks absolutely wonderful.
It’s more of a WALKING SIMULATOR than an actual game – and that is what a lot of people have been criticizing on, and Kojima has been more of a film director on this game, which is why it’s just one large story – which plays out slowly.
The graphics are just beyond amazing, and so are the performances delivered by the actors. The motion capture work is so lifelike – and truly gets you involved.
You’re more of a FedEx delivery dude (a porter) who has to (of course) deliver packages and ensure mankind’s survival, and he must fight/flee from otherworldly creatures called BTs. It’s mainly set in post apocalyptic United States after an extinction event called “Death Stranding” occurred.
There’s a beautiful touch to the game via an online element which shows you all the other player’s constructions and items, and displays yours, to them.
The story is… well kinda slow. It doesn’t really progress a lot for the first 10-12 hours and your basic jist is just to deliver packages and NOT DYING. Apart from that, since you can build bridges and roads, or contribute resources to other people’s, with the landscape slowly becoming more traversable as this equipment and structures appear, bearing the name of whoever originally built it and showing the ‘likes’ its received.
Which makes it interesting towards the newer chapters and further into the game.
Is it really worth it? You decide. Somewhere between $56-59 USD, depending on the store, it’s decently priced for the amount of hours you can actually put in. The game is long, and doesn’t get over easily. A lot of players spent like 30-35 hours and only reached Chapter 3, which is kind of only a fraction of the full game.
As of now it is only available for PS4, but it has a 2020 spring release for PC (Windows) as well. You can still pre-order it for PC though.
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Earlier this week, an entire 26 minute gameplay of Dying Light 2 was released with developer commentary, to explain a variety of things that take place in the video.
Techland has done an AMAZING job with this game, and with its predecessor Dying Light, which had a HUGE ass DLC too – The Following. It also is a highly underrated piece of art.
Although, they have changed things with DL2, and how! More freedom, upgraded weapons, acrobatics, story, graphics, customizations and CHOICES! Which is exactly what they try to show us in all their trailers and gameplay demos.
Well, here’s what they showed us in the latest gameplay, in short!
You’re playing as Aiden Caldwell, and although he freakishly sounds like Kyle Crane (voiced by Roger Craig Smith), he’s actually voiced by a different actor, who is Jonah Scott. Yeah, there’s zombies, and parkour – but it also has a new big issue – the humans themselves. Ruthless society, infected world, and scarce commodities.
There’s double the parkour moves you can do now – and interaction with the environment is WAY more intense, awesome and intricate – and seems very very natural and real.
Oh and yes, you can do this –
Use zombies to break your fall. Isn’t that like the BEST thing ever?
The way you use the UV light has changed, and it’s more creative – can be used in multiple different ways. This here below is one such occasion.
Oh, and you cannot stay in infected areas for a long time – since you are infected as well, and you have an infection meter/bar too. So make sure you stay clear of those areas, although they have the highest quality of loot, so – it’s up to you.
Anything you missed, can be found here in the lovely 4k footage released by Techland!
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Well, Comic Cons are always full of surprises and reveals, and this year is no different!
We got the Marvel Phase 4 announcement and the list of the movies that will officially be coming out later in 2020 and in 2021.
We also got to see Black Widow’s official poster, that features Taskmaster in the film!
And, Female Thor, which will be played by Natalie Portman!
Coming to our bigger reveal, the gameplay for Marvel’s Avengers was also officially shown to all viewers inside the room. Originally, people did not show a positive response to the trailer that was released during E3 this year, criticizing the look, graphics and the feel of the characters and the game itself.
Of course, it’s too early to judge, but first impressions usually tend to leave long lasting impressions, and they didn’t impress us a lot with their teasers and trailers.
Well, brace yourselves, because they proved us all wrong with this beautiful gameplay – which was recorded by PS5 Insider and uploaded to YouTube.
Not only is it very addictive, it’s also constantly switching between characters which doesn’t make it boring at all. We also get a glimpse at Taskmaster, one of MCU’s veteran villains.
More information related to the story and other aspects such as customizations, gameplay reveals etc. will be coming soon, so stay tuned!
The game will be released on May 15, 2020 next year. Can’t wait!