Every Sunday, the editorial staff invites you to discover the essential video game news of the week. Here is the summary of what you should not miss from 03/04 to 10/04.
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Stop moving, you’ve come to the right place! VGR invites you to discover what 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 03/04 to 10/04:
- The next Tomb Raider officialized by Crystal Dynamics (Tuesday 05/04)
Crystal Dynamics took advantage of the livestream on the Unreal Engine 5 to formalize the start of construction of the next part of Tomb Raider.
- The Quarry, Supermassive’s upcoming survival horror, shows gameplay (Tuesday 05/04)
Less than a month after its official announcement, The Quarry shows up during a long gameplay sequence that sets the mood.
- Horizon Forbidden West: patch 1.10 and 1.11 merge into a bigger one (Wednesday 06/04)
New batch of patches for the PlayStation exclusive which aims, once again, to fix a lot of bugs, particularly related to quests.
- GT7: the big patch 1.11 is available and drastically increases earnings (Friday 08/04)
Gran Turismo 7 is finally getting back on its feet after taking on the ire of a large swathe of players upset by patch 1.07’s reduced rewards.
- Elden Ring: a hotfix for patch 1.03 retouches a boss (Monday 04/04)
Balancing patches follow one another for Elden Ring and today it is a hotfix for patch 1.03 which is deployed by FromSoftware.
- A big Unreal Engine 5 event organized by Epic this Tuesday (Monday 04/04)
The publisher of the Unreal Engine will offer 4 hours of “State of Unreal” oriented behind the scenes of The Matrix Awakens, but also some announcements. Images of the new Mass Effect or a title not yet announced?
- Abandoned: Kahraman would have contacted Konami about Silent Hill (Monday 04/04)
Become the parody of a bad telenovela, the brouhaha around Abandoned would have forced the developers to explain themselves to Konami
- The list of cheat codes for LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga (Wednesday 06/04)
The newest LEGO game in the Star Wars universe has just been released, and as always you can redeem a bunch of codes to unlock additional content.
- It’s official, the one-year subscription to PS Now is canceled (Monday 04/04)
While waiting to remove the monthly subscription from its PS Now, Sony has already removed the annual offers on its official website. RIP little angel.
- PlayStation Plus: Jim Ryan assures that big names will be there (Monday 04/04)
The new PlayStation Plus is coming soon and Jim Ryan continues to tease content for the service’s future catalogs.
- eFootball 2022 announces the launch of the game… for the end of the season (Wednesday 06/04)
Konami’s critically unsuccessful eFootball 2022 (formerly PES 2022) will release version 1.0 next week, more than six months after the game launched.
- Returnal: with the new PS Plus, Housemarque wants to reach more players (Friday 08/04)
Even though it worked, Housemarque’s roguelite turned a lot of gamers off because of its difficulty. The studio hopes to turn things around with the arrival of the new PlayStation Plus program.
- Decidedly, the Halo series shows us everything from the Master Chief, really everything (Friday 08/04)
You climbed the towers when you were told that John Spartan was going to knock off the helmet? What if we told you now that the series goes even further?
- Dying Light 2: the very big 3.0 patch arrives in April with NG+ (Thursday 07/04)
Techland had teased it, it makes it official now: the new game plus is coming well in Dying Light 2 and this, from the next patch.
- The former PlayStation boss wants to buy billion dollar companies (Friday 08/04)
Jack Tretton has just launched a new company whose sole vocation is to buy independent studios valued at more than a billion dollars in order to make them climb in the sector.
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