Daily Archives: May 8, 2014

PS4, Xbox One versions of The Elder Scrolls Online delayed

Bethesda has released an update on the progress of the console versions of The Elder Scrolls Online. The statement, posted below, notes that there have been unforeseen challenges in developing the PS4 and Xbox One versions due to how different they are from the already available Mac and Windows PC versions as well as each other, and that overcoming these problems will require an additional six months. The studio is also offering owners of the Mac and Windows versions the chance to transfer their characters over to their preferred console version upon release and to buy a full digital version of the PS4 or Xbox One version, along with an additional 30 days of play time, for $20.


PC News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Call of Duty: Ghosts – Devastation launches for PC, PS3 and PS4

PC, PS3 and PS4 Call of Duty players can now download the latest add-on, Devastation. Already available for 360 and Xbox, Devastation, detailed below, includes four new multiplayer maps, the Ripper machine gun/assault rifle combo weapon, part two of Extinction’s four-part episodic campaign (Mayday), and a new boss, the Kraken.


DLC, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News

R-Type Dimensions to bring R-Type I and II to PSN this month

A new R-Type set has been announced for PS3. R-Type Dimensions, which includes R-Type and R-Type II, will be hitting PSN on May 20. Previously published by Irem Software, the new version will be released by Tozai Games and feature a classic mode, a new enhanced mode with updated high-resolution 2D/3D graphics and remixed music, a two-player co-op mode, Infinite Mode, a Level Select mode, worldwide leaderboards, tracked player stats, and a slow-motion function.


PlayStation 3 News

Techland delays Dying Light, rescheduled to launch early 2015

Dead Island and Call of Juarez developer Techland has released a statement announcing that they have pushed back their open-world survival title Dying Light to next February. The title is currently scheduled to come out for five systems, and the release notes that the extra time will mean that they “won’t need to make compromises or trade-offs on any of the five platforms.” The full statement is available below.


PC News, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox 360 News, Xbox One News