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Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition delayed indefinitely

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The remastering of the 1997 Blade Runner game has been delayed, but beyond announcing a possible new window for its release, it has done so indefinitely.

In this way, 2020 is no longer the year in which we can relive this graphic adventure of the late 90s, and all this according to those in charge is not only due to the recent situation due to the Coronavirus, but because the work has been too complicated not being able to work with the original code.

Nightdive Studios, the developer who was in charge of the remastering, has indicated to the Eurogamer medium that the entire development is being greatly affected because the original code is totally lost, something that could have happened after the purchase of Westwood, responsible for the original title, by EA.

There will be no Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition in 2020

Blade Runner Enhanced Edition delayed indefinitely

From Nightdive Studios they have already been in communication with EA to try to recover that code but without a favorable result. So, until that code appears again if it does, they have no choice as they have argued than to reverse engineer .

The objective is clear, they want to rescue the adaptation of the 1982 film by updating it to 4K and possibly 60fps , although we will have to wait for the final results even more taking into account all the complications of the creative process.

2020 seemed the idyllic setting for lovers of the cyberpunk genre thanks of course to Cyberpunk 2077 and this remastering of Blade Runner, which would make us relive one of the classics of cinema in this genre, however, it seems that the history of the replicants will have what to expect. From Generation Xbox we will be aware of any news related to the title for Xbox One and PC, we hope that all its development can come to fruition.

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A Plague Tale: Requiem, announced the launch date with a gameplay trailer

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A Plague Tale: Requiem saw it recently on the occasion of the Summer Game Fest, and precisely of the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase. On that occasion, however, no launch date was announced.

We, therefore, expected to have to wait a bit before the game returned to show itself, but today a new and full-bodied trailer of the game published by Focus Home Interactive and developed by Asobo Studio was released. And together with the gameplay video, the release date also arrives on October 18, 2022.

Pre-orders for A Plague Tale: Requiem is already open for all versions: the game will be released on PS5, Xbox Series X | S (where it will be available from day one on Game Pass ), and PC. Different speech for the version dedicated to Nintendo Switch, which will arrive in an as yet unknown future.

The trailer shows us some exciting sequences as the two protagonists, Amicia and little Hugo, must cross hostile territory in an attempt to escape from the soldiers who try to capture them.

In the twelve minutes of gameplay, it clearly emerges that the interaction between the two characters and their skills will be a key element of the game both from a narrative point of view and regards the game design solutions adopted by the development team in the construction of the levels.

The player will be called to interpret the situation in which he finds himself by choosing different approaches and favoring – at least in this initial phase – a stealth strategy, even if in some cases the clash with the enemies will prove inevitable.

As far as the technical level of the game is concerned, given that it is a next-gen title, the work done by Asobo Studios (which is not surprisingly the team of wonders behind the impressive Microsoft Flight Simulator ) already seems excellent.

Finally, the Collector’s Edition was also presented for those who are not satisfied with the simple physical or digital version.

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From Software is about to announce a new game: development is almost done

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Hidetake Miyazaki, president of From Software, was recently the protagonist of an interview with the Japanese portal 4Gamer, in which he dropped what is a real bomb for fans of the software house: From Software’s next game has already entered the final stage of development, so it shouldn’t be long before the official announcement.

Approximately 4 months after the launch of Elden Ring, From Software is therefore in the process of releasing a new title, however, fans of souls like should begin to contain the enthusiasm, since there is ample chance that the next project will go in one direction. completely different, digging into nothing less than the company’s past.

According to rumors, in fact, From the new game could be none other than Armored Core 6, the sixth chapter of the famous series focused on mecha combat, born in 1997 on the first PlayStation. The saga has been missing for some time now, considering that the fifth chapter has been released on PS3 and Xbox 360, so it would be a highly anticipated return by fans.

The indications regarding Armored Core emerged already at the beginning of the year from a survey shared by From Software, in which they spoke about the possible return of the series.

That the company was working on another game had actually been known for some time, more precisely from an interview in 2018. On that occasion, Miyazaki had announced that the studio had been working on three and a half titles since 2016, which with the time turned out to be Déraciné ( the half-title, a VR experience for PS4), Sekiro, and Elden Ring.

The remaining game is none other than the project now in the final phase – born 6 years ago – which we will probably discover very soon.

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Valorant’s New Map “Pearl” Revealed, Ready to Launch June 22nd!

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After presenting a new agent, Neon in the previous update, Riot Games has now officially revealed the presence of the Episode 5 Act 1 update from Valorant, titled Dimension.

It will slide on June 22, later this new episode in Valorant will bring many new things, one of which is the “Pearl” map.

Pearl itself is a map that has an underwater theme, where in the trailer, it is stated that this map is a map for the country of Portugal.

Because it is located under the sea, this map also comes with a dominant blue color which makes it unique and different from other maps currently available in Valiant.

Along with the launch of Pearl, Riot Games will also present a number of new weapon skins. Unfortunately, it is confirmed that this update will not present a new Agent.

But there is one more thing that is new, it is known that there will be an added Rank tier which is named Ascendant. Ascendant itself has a position above the Diamond tier and below the Immortal.

As is known, currently Valorant is available and you can play directly on PC for free through the official Riot Games platform.

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