The game that nabbed the title of the most anticipated game of 2015, has been delayed. Yes, The Witcher 3 has moved from its February release date, to somewhere ion the middle of May. In an open letter to gamers, CD Projekt RED confirmed the delay.
Exclusives help sell specific consoles. Some help more than others - I'm convinced that Bloodborne will be great for PS4 and when the next Halo releases it will be god's gift to Xbox One owners. There are a few other exclusives in the works, but one has just been delayed out of the Holiday launch window, into 2015.
Bloodborne is one of the most anticipated PS4 exclusives coming next year. It appears to build upon all the lessons learned from Souls games, and will harness the power of the new generation console to bring us the most impressively horrifying game to date. But it needs a bit more time for release.
Well that’s certainly not the way you’d like to kick off your weekend if you’re a racing fan. Project Cars, one of the most anticipated racing titles ever, isn't going to be launching this year anymore. Instead, it's suffered a bit of a delay.
Assassin's Creed Unity was delayed by two weeks. After originally announced a launch date of 31 October, the game is now coming 14 November. I know that I can only get so much done in two weeks, so what will the crew at Ubisoft be busy with in that time period? Mostly bug fixing and balancing.
Since eXCheez has been asking me to cover the Pillars of Eternity news beat for a while, I thought that I’d oblige him today. With bad news. Heyo!
The third and final DLC installment for Dark Souls II was due out this Wednesday. Unfortunately, locals won't be able to spend their public holiday playing it - it's been delayed on all platforms.
Are you ready to rumble? Well, you might have to keep those rumblings ready for a little bit longer, at least if you're planning to play WWE 2K15 on PS4 for Xbox One. The game has been delayed, making October even less of a launch window battle royale - but cementing November as the main event.
Oh how we love to hate EA. Sure, we have good reason considering the broken and money-grubbing games they've put out recently. However, they are trying to shift their priorities, hopefully resulting in better games for all of us.
I am chomping at the bit to get my hands on Shadow of Mordor. It was my least anticipated title at the beginning of the year, and has since become one of the games I'm most excited for. It's coming to PS4 and Xbox One at the end of this month, but things have changed for PC and last-generation consoles.
When I first saw DriveClub, the game looked…ok. After all, it wasn’t the only racing game on the block, and the original release date of 2013 Q4 didn’t exactly grab me by the spanners. The game got delayed beyond that date however, and I found myself not exactly giving the racer any love. But since then, DriveClub has begun to look rather exciting. Visually, it’s a massive improvement, a potential Gran Turismo killer. And that extra wait was quite possibly worth it.
Looks like yet another game is getting delayed out of the hellish month of October. Publisher 2K Games are pushing Evolve into February of next year.
Do you feel that? Does your wallet feel lighter? Did it just let out a huge sigh of relief? It could be because October just became not one, but two games lighter. We already know that Dragon Age: Inquisition has been delayed by month, but the release window for Battlefield: Hardline is a lot less certain.
We've all been excited for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game has tons of cool features that blew me away at E3, and you all loved what you saw from the footage that they revealed. Now Bioware has announced we'll have a wait a little bit longer to actually play it.