UPDATE: Looks like the new game may be revealed in just a few days, on May 1st.
Target and U.K. retailer Tesco have let slip that Call of Duty: Ghosts will hit consoles this holiday season. Their listings have since been pulled.
Earlier this month, Activision said to expect an announcement “no later than E3.”
Next-Gen Xbox Reveal Coming Soon
Microsoft has confirmed via Facebook that it will unveil its next-generation Xbox on May 21 at 10 AM PDT.
Stay tuned for updates.
UPDATE: IGN’s got more info, about villains, fast travel, and more.
GameInformer’s got the scoop on the long-rumored prequel to Rocksteady’s hit Arkham Asylum series, Batman: Arkham Origins: “As the title suggests, the game takes place years before both of the previous Arkham titles when a young, unrefined Batman encounters many supervillains for the first time.” Notably, Rocksteady is not developing this entry, having handed the reins over to Warner Bros. Games Montreal.
A handheld tie-in, titled Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate, is being headed up by Armature Studio, and will release on Vita and 3DS alongside Arkham Origins (PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC) on Oct. 25.
Check out some new concept art released by Bungie for their upcoming title, Destiny. The game is Bungie’s first since parting ways with Microsoft and getting on board with publishing giant, Activision. It is set to come to current and next-gen consoles, so far confirmed for PS3, Xbox 360 and PS4.
Assassin’s Creed 4’s debut trailer has leaked ahead of tomorrow’s scheduled reveal.
Note that Blackbeard refers to the new character as Edward Kenway, seemingly making him a relative of Assassin’s Creed 3’s Haytham Kenway.
More Assassin’s Creed IV screens leak ahead of Monday’s trailer reveal, giving the first clear look at the new protagonist, and also giving credence to rumors of a revamped shooting (double-wielding?) mechanic.
Stay tuned for the full reveal Monday!
Is Assassin’s Creed heading to the Caribbean? Seems so. Todd McFarlane illustrated this poster, which should be popping up in game outlets next week, according to Kotaku.
This comes on the heels of Ubisoft announcing that the next entry will take place in a new era and star a new protagonist. Does all of this mean we can expect a full reveal soon? Fingers crossed.
To be honest, I didn’t think we’d have it go this well. When I first asked Platinum Games for help, it was a pretty forced request, in that I felt if I couldn’t get them to take it then the project would be cancelled.
The final of what feels like oh so many trailers for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance has been released. The trailer itself is directed by Hideo Kojima and has dropped along with the North American release of the game today.