Sony has provided more details on its gamescom presence, starting with its press conference which kicks off at 7.00pm CET/6.00pm BST on August 14. It will be streamed live from the PlayStation Blog. A panel discussion will also take place, the topic being “games as art”, and it will include: SCWW president Shuhei Yoshida, Ian Dallas, co-founder of Giant Sparrow, Kellee Santiago, co-founder of thatgamecompany, Alex Evans, co-founder of Media Molecule, Adam Volker from Moonbot Studio, and a special guest “working on a currently unannounced project.” The panel will be streamed live as well. Gamescom runs August 15-19.
The Destiny 2 beta is not a very good introduction to Bungie’s shared-worlds shooter.
The Battlefield 1 July update was released yesterday across PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Like the first game, Destiny 2 beta also brings near identical presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One
Destiny 2 continues Bungie’s mantra of offering the same presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One. There are some slight differences this time around, though.
Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans has confirmed the company is now split into three groups. One is the studio management team, another is working on Tearaway, and a third section is producing an “unannounced” product.
Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans said during a panel at Develop this morning that at one time, Sony wanted the firm’s LittleBigPlanet to launch as a free-to-play title.
Annapurna, Megan Ellison’s film production company, is branching out into game publishing.
The Unfinished Swan developers Giant Sparrow revealed the first look at its latest game in the works, What Remains of Edith Fitch.