The final sip will need to steep a while longer.
Square Enix is saying it will continue pushing toward making the game profitable, however.
With many still banking V-Bucks from one Battle Pass to buy the next, Epic’s adding a new subscription to entice players.
No, sadly, Goro is not one of them.
This terrible, historic year has also seen an uptick in interest around gaming. That's exactly when our best writers should follow their instincts.
Now's a good time to batten down the spoiler hatches.
Hot on the heels of IO's big 007 announcement, Hitman's looking to give Night City a run for its money.
This is not a drill; I repeat, this is not a drill.
Now, owners of the original on PS4 can pick things up with New Pete where they left off.
Checking in on Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, WoW: Shadowlands, and even more Fall 2020 releases.
A showcase of how limited even a good Call of Duty can be.
Next up, we might finally start to hear about casting.
It sounds like this is one big benefit of Smart Delivery for developers.
Hades is a great choice, Doom Eternal... less so.
However you feel about it, you can now play Shadow Complex Remastered on the PlayStation 5.
The first story content drop from Crystal Dynamics and company is coming next month.
Avoid those pesky copyright claims.
Supergiant and Naughty Dog have racked up the nods at this year's Keighley-tastic show.
Looks like Titan and Vanguard are getting more support from EA after all.
Hugues Ricour, once the boss at Ubisoft Singapore, will remain employed in a different position after a leadership audit.
The Chicago-based team is also welcoming some Bungie talent to the fold and creating a new Co-CEO position.
The hyperbole surrounding the story of Bugsnax is a bit much, don't you think?
He also isn't ready to say whether 2021's God of War will be a cross-gen title.
Steve isn't into diamonds anymore. He's all about Kyber crystals now.
Bungie brought back the Cosmodrome and, inadvertently, the act of shooting lazily into a room for shiny engrams.
This week's episode is all about Square Enix.
The company is warning more could be potentially compromised.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Don't worry, there's PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S stuff in here too
Go from rags to riches with some proper management.
Rest assured, The Legend of Heroes will survive the 2020 apocalypse.
Cross-progression is the number one feature I want from this generation.
New face, same absent Avengers.
The streaming giant's new response to a rash of copyright-related removals is seen by many as long-overdue and insufficient.
There's gonna be some drama in the wasteland.
It's good to be the King of Xbox.
WWF No Mercy director Hideyuki Iwashita is also working on the project.
Want the next 48 hours to pass by faster? Listen to some new tracks.
These combinations are haunting my every waking moment.
After launching Season 7 with sluggish progression changes, Respawn wants to make things up to players.
Get ready to go beyond.
"Patience is a virtue" indeed.
Sony also has details on how streaming PS5 to PC and mobile will work at launch.
Insomniac is letting you carry that progress forward after all.
The future of Mass Effect shouldn't jet away from the Andromeda galaxy just yet.
The Yakuza series treads new ground, finding its next legend in the process.
The makers of Octodad are serving up another charming oddity on PS4, PS5, and PC.
A fantastic historical setting is once again weighed down by all the cruft we've come to associate with Assassin's Creed.
A new Mass Effect is also in its early stages.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | The Xbox Series X|S and PS5 offer two competing visions for the future.
The mini-slice of virtual horror doesn't seem to moving forward into next-gen.
Remedy needs a bit more time getting Control ready for PS5 and the new Xboxes.
Anyone can wear the mask, but this one belongs to Miles Morales.
Brenda Romero and her team are close to launching their take on 1920s Chicago, and it's shaping up to be full of storytelling potential.
A "human error" caused some Star Wars speculation to kick up.
What we need are some heroes. Now more than ever.
GDQ is sticking with social distancing, which means we get another round of off-beat speedrun showcases.
The hacker game may have been hacked.
The AVALANCHE wildcat has vowed not to slip into the Lifestream until she's jumped Cloud's bones. Well, that's my headcanon.
As Yakuza's Western fanbase grows, a global launch seems like the right call.
This ain't no Sackboy… or Miles Morales… or Horizon Forbidden West.
From the "mainstreaming" of RPGs to Japan's revival, here all the ways that the PS4 helped change gaming.
It's a single-player adventure from the makers of Battle Chasers: Nightwar.
Frictional Games's deeply unsettling horror game stands out in an otherwise underwhelming month.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | There are lots of jump scares and eerie mists, but who does it best?
These titles, including Assassin's Creed Syndicate, didn't appear on Sony's official exemption list.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Cyberpunk 2077 developer stays true to form.
Ahead of Season 7's launch, Respawn's Jason McCord also fills us in on Horizon, map design, and Respawn's new studio.
One CD Projekt Red head has reportedly apologized to its employees for comments made on crunch.
Stomp around future London as anyone, from an old punk rocker to poor podcaster.
A new map and a new way to get around are coming to the Apex Games.
If Astro's Playroom isn't up your alley, how about a trip to Snaktooth Island?
Better visuals, higher resolutions, and bigger multiplayer sessions are coming at launch.
Enhance and Resonair are expanding upon Tetris Effect with new co-op and competitive modes, but the biggest draw might end up being a 1989 throwback.
The Trails of Cold Steel series is one huge saga, not necessarily four separate stories.
CD Projekt Red is pushing the date on Cyberpunk back yet again.
Hopefully it'll run better at launch than the Switch version did.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Take-Two offered an ugly peek at the future with NBA 2K21.
The free update is pretty damn good from a company that doesn't do a ton of multiplater.
The start of Season 7 will mark Apex's Steam debut.
Updating Westwood's 1997 classic is a bit harder than expected without the source code.
Sometimes, you don't need to aim to shatter convention or establish a new genre.
EA's hockey sim includes a long-awaited update to a classic mode, but legacy issues drag it down to the ice.
It might not be a total overhaul, but it's a spit-shine at the very least.
A press release jokes that it could also be the other way around, but let's keep this publisher/developer relationship simple.
Connect will bridge the gap between consoles and generations.
To avoid a Modern Warfare problem, Fortnite's new update is like ripping off a band-aid.
It doesn't sound like ads are necessarily going away, but 2K promises the issue "will be fixed in future episodes."
Blizzard and Square Enix take two different paths on the same road.
Titanfall mechanics... intensifying...
Valhalla's Vikings set their sights on two new lands for future expansions.
Cara Ellison has left the project and the studio behind it.
The situation surrounding PT's next-gen hopes is, suitably, murky.
Plus, we let our imaginations run wild in this week's episode of the RPG podcast.
Ubisoft's popular multiplayer shooter could potentially be a big get for streaming.
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