With just one week to go until the launch of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Square Enix is making the digital pre-load available starting today on the PlayStation Store to ensure that players are ready to jump straight into the streets of Midgar when the game releases on April 10th. In addition, Square Enix unveiled its Final Trailer from Japan, giving fans a glimpse into narrative moments revealing familiar faces, new characters and epic scenes from late in the game.
Capcom today announced that Resident Evil 3 is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. This latest entry in the survival horror franchise delivers the conclusion to the Raccoon City saga, through the perspective of heroine Jill Valentine. Raccoon City and its shambling population come to life with high-definition graphics and modernized gameplay mechanics using the RE Engine, previously utilized for titles such as Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 7 biohazard and Devil May Cry 5. Resident Evil 3 also includes the 4 versus 1 asymmetrical online multiplayer game Resident Evil Resistance.
Sega and Amplitude Studios have released the latest installment in their Humankind feature focus video series, this time looking at how you’ll be leaving your mark on history, and the civilization that you’ll be building along the way. Humankind is scheduled for release on PC in 2020.
The NBA 2K Players Tournament tips off tonight on ESPN and ESPN2 with four matchups featuring Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant, Atlanta Hawks’ Trae Young, Chicago Bulls’ Zach LaVine and more starting with the tournament pregame show at 7 p.m. ET. See the NBA’s best players hop on the sticks for a grand prize of a $100,000 dollar donation to a charity beneficiary of their choice in support of ongoing coronavirus relief efforts and the title of NBA 2K20 champion.
The full broadcast game schedule is as follows:
Sony Interactive Entertainment today announced their decision to delay the launch of The Last of Us Part II and Marvel’s Iron Man VR until further notice due to the current global crisis.
Beginning April 7th, Respawn will invite Apex Legends players to follow Bloodhound’s trail in the upcoming “The Old Ways” Lore Event. One of the greatest game hunters the Frontier has ever seen, Bloodhound, will receive their own Town Takeover on World’s Edge, where players will need to battle Prowlers for their chance at high-tier loot. Exclusive cosmetics will be available to players that complete the Old Ways Event’s daily challenges with even more The Old Ways-themed items available through the Direct Purchase Shop. The Old Ways event runs through April 21st.
Starting tomorrow, April 3rd at 1PM ET, free-to-play Call of Duty: Warzone players can jump into Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer for free. Once players are in the Warzone Lobby, they can head to the
‘Atlas Superstore + Shoot House’ 24/7 Playlist and get ready for round-the-clock combat on two original Modern Warfare maps: Atlas Superstore and Shoot House. Players will have the opportunity to play a variety of team-based, game modes, like Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and more.
Publisher Good Shepherd Entertainment, Lionsgate and indie developer Bithell Games today announced that the action-oriented timeline strategy game John Wick Hex is coming to PlayStation 4 on May 5th. Building on their work from the original PC title, Bithell Games has collaborated with Ant Workshop to redesign John Wick Hex for the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller.
Starting today, all existing owners of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan will gain access to another free Friend’s Pass – enabling players to experience one full playthrough of the game via Multiplayer Shared Story mode with a friend that does not own the game.
The offer is open until May 1st on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam – and the friend must be playing on the same platform. To access the game, your friend must download the Trial version of Man of Medan first. The Friend’s Pass will be provided via a patch. For PC players, a user guide is available here.
CBE Software is moving the release of Someday You’ll Return due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled to release for PC on April 14th, due to the impact of the Corona virus and the rules of social distancing, the horror game has been delayed and will now launch on May 5th.