Which came under the nondescript and somewhat funny headline Ubisoft Decides To Invest Additional Development Time In Three Games. Which raises the question, what's the third? Well, an "unannounced franchise game". So, yeah perhaps the weirdest possible way to let us know that a couple of games have been delayed to allow for more time. And a game we didn't now or expect is also getting delayed.
With 70.6 million units sold through as of December 3. The numbers don't stop there with over 617.8 million copies of PS4 games sold and over 2 million PSVR units. Which, when you add it all up, is a lot. Okay, so maybe that's not exactly a proper analytical response - but hey, with these figures the PlayStation 4 has become one of the most popular consoles of all time.
With the new post over at Steam opening with, "We are excited beyond words that we can finally share the name of our new desert map and tell you a little bit about some of the places you can visit." Called Miramar the new desert based location aims to offer new ways to play with dense urban environments and vast open spaces.
In an announcement made earlier today, Valve has stated that Steam will no longer be accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment. Citing "high fees and volatility in the value of Bitcoin" as the reason. Plus, high transaction fees that have risen steadily in recent times.
A new Portal game. Four words as exciting as 'A new Half Life'. But, in this world that we currently live in - where Valve is content to do anything but develop new games, we were starting to think that we might never see the wonderful physics based puzzler again. Well, it's back. A new Portal game is coming!