As we head into a bank holiday weekend here in the UK we round up our top stories from the world of gaming over the last seven days.
The start of this week saw the long-awaited DC Fandome event where we got our first glimpses at the upcoming titles from the DC camp. We saw clips from Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League and Gotham Knights. Both games have got plenty of people talking, despite them not coming out for quite some time (Suicide Squad is slated for a 2022 release).
Through a series of partial screenshots, we got what looks to be the first sneak peek at AMD’s Ryzen roadmap for the years ahead. With codenames like Warhol, Cezanne, and Van Gogh all making appearances. This roadmap covers releases all the way up to Zen 4, so if this turns out to be true, we have a good idea of what’s to come.
With the release date of Marvel’s Avengers just around the corner, we got a final launch trailer just to ramp up the excitement after weekends of beta access. While the beta has been met with mixed reviews from the team here at the office, we’re still looking forward to launch day to see what changes they’ve made to improve the game.
The legal battle that has been raging between Apple and Fornite seems to show no sign of slowing down as the battle royale launches a new season of content. As Epic try to get Apple to reinstate their game on their store, Apple push back and we still see no end in sight. But, all the while, the new season launched as a number of Marvel skins were added to the game.
A game that has been the victim of plenty of leaked information over the last few weeks, we got even more information ahead of its official reveal. This time, thanks to a prolific COD data miner, we found out the release date, multiplayer mode, editions, and plot details. Want to know more? Check out our write up below for all the details.
And finally, it looks like Fall Guys shows no signs of slowing down as sales figures continue to soar. They announced this week that not only were they now the most downloaded PS Plus game ever, but they’ve also surpassed seven million sales on Steam too. If you haven’t had a chance to play through it yet, make sure you’re quick to grab it for free on PS Plus before it disappears at the end of the month.