The world of Fallout 76 has some good news for a change. A recent bit of server maintenance by Bethesda managed to remove a large amount of items that had been created via duplication bugs.
Team Cherry, the developers behind Hollow Knight, have announced a sequel to their highly-acclaimed metroidvania. Titled Hollow Knight: Silksong, this new adventure sees antagonist-turned-adventurer Hornet exploring a new kingdom.
Sony chairman Shawn Layden recently spoke to Game Informer, claiming they’re “open for business” on the topic of PS4 cross-play. However, the CEOs behind games like Wargroove and Smite are saying that’s not actually the case.
West of Loathing, Asymmetric’s hilarious Western RPG, has released its first piece of DLC. Titled ‘Reckonin’ at Gun Manor,’ this DLC will have players exploring a spooky mansion, solving puzzles, and dealing with varmints.
Four former senior developers at Telltale games have teamed up to continue making video games. Known as AdHoc Studio, the studio is working on “interactive narrative projects” similar in nature to Black Mirror’s ‘Bandersnatch’ episode.
Enderal, a total conversion mod of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, has been in development for a few years. However, on February 14, the mod will find a new, convenient home on the Steam store.
The umbrella game development organization Microsoft Studios has gone through a re-branding. The collection of thirteen studios has been renamed to Xbox Game Studios, further cementing Xbox as Microsoft’s games brand.
A royalties dispute between The Witcher author Andrzej Sapkowski and developer CD Projekt Red is coming to a close. A Polish publication (via WCCFTech) reports that CD Projekt Red will be giving Sapkowski a portion of the amount he requested.
In just a month, Clementine’s long journey is coming to a close. The Walking Dead: The Final Season is releasing its final episode, Take Us Back, on March 26.
Nintendo is bringing the medically-trained version of their famous mascot to phones. Dr. Mario World, the newest entry in the series of virus-busting video games, is releasing early summer on Android and iOS.
The newest chapter in the Subnautica survival games has entered Early Access. Subnautica: Below Zero has players returning to the ocean planet 4546B to explore its more frigid regions.