Every Sunday, the editorial staff invites you to discover the essentials of the video game news of the week. Here is the summary of what not to miss from 11/21 to 11/28.
You weren’t able to follow the video game news of the week, but you would like to know what information you shouldn’t miss?
Don’t move, you’ve come to the right place! JVL invites you to discover which news has had the most success in the world of your favorite consoles and games in recent days, here is the essential of the week from 11/21 to 11/28:
- At Activision-Blizzard, “we receive departure emails three times a day” (Friday 11/26)
Internally, employees see the studio gradually coming apart, losing talent on the production floors. For many, Activision-Blizzard will not be able to recover if Kotick still remains in office.
- Scenes from The Last of Us (HBO) revealed on video (Thursday 25/11)
Thanks to local residents, several images and videos from the upcoming series The Last of Us have been revealed. We see the actors on horseback, the quarantine zone or the game university.
- Battlefield 2042 disgusts the Steam community (Monday 11/22)
Definitely, it is difficult to launch a new experiment: Konami did it and crashed. As for DICE and EA, they’re not doing much better, according to Steam users.
- Big PlayStation remake: Chrono Cross leaked before its time? (Tuesday 23/11)
If we do not yet know the name of the lucky winner with certainty, various clues seem to indicate that this name stands out, and that it will be multiplatform.
- Cyberpunk 2077 Is Becoming A Cool Game Again, According To Players (Friday 11/26)
While the director of CDPR has indicated that Cyberpunk 2077 will be considered by players in the future as a very good game, they are already starting to rate the effort positively.
- Harry Potter Hogwarts Legacy: preorders are open (Thursday 11/25)
While the official release date has still not been given, the new adaptation of the Harry Potter universe opens its pre-orders on PlayStation and Xbox.
- DICE intends to deploy many fixes for Battlefield 2042 (Friday 11/26)
Just days after the release of Battlefield 2042, DICE is already posting an article on its blog titled “Launch Update & The Road Ahead”, which discusses the early days of the game as well as upcoming action.
- The studio Weta (Lord of the Rings) is preparing a game “of a major franchise” (Wednesday 24/11)
Known for their work on The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films, the Weta company is in the process of making a new video game based on a world famous IP.
- Bobby Kotick would agree to resign but on one condition (Monday 22/11)
Nearly 1,800 employees and unions are calling for the departure of the CEO of Activision-Blizzard, accused of harassment and of having hidden similar cases in his group.
- Horizon Forbidden West will give us a world more immersive than ever (Tuesday 23/11)
If you’re curious to find out more about what to expect in the world of Horizon Forbidden West, then stick with us. The Guerrilla teams tell us more about the world they have created in their Guerrilla Blog Series # 4.
- Making a PS5 faceplate is now reserved for Sony (Tuesday 23/11)
The manufacturer of the PlayStation has filed a patent allowing it to be the only one to decide who has the right to change the head of its PS5 console. Soon official faceplates by Sony?
- Kojima seems to be teasing a new project, an announcement at the Game Awards? (Wednesday 24/11)
In an enigmatic message as he has the gift of doing, Hideo Kojima unveiled a film set or motion capture. Teasing a new project?
- Black Friday gaming bargains on the Internet (Monday 22/11)
Black Friday has started on Amazon, Fnac Darty, CDiscount, Auchan and other online resellers. Enough to find a lot of good deals.
- Gotham Knights developers on secret new project (Monday 11/22)
One of the Gotham Knights artists is at the same time working on an unannounced new game from Warner Bros Games Montreal. Place your bets: Superman, Flash or a new Batman?
- Sony also accused of sex discrimination (Wednesday 24/11)
A class action has been filed in California court to investigate the treatment of women at PlayStation in recent years.
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