Video summary of the best video game news of the week
The first bombing of the week was an open secret that was confirmed. Sony will not be in E3 for the second year in a row, and that means that PS5 will not be in the halls of the Los Angeles video game fair, not at least publicly. This is a very important drop for E3, which is simply with the Microsoft support, which has confirmed through its director, Phil Spencer, that they will be present again in the biggest fair in the industry.
If you are a Sony fan, the news of your absence probably felt fatal to you, and you may have even felt identified with the odd meme, but the week had more bad news to give us, this time, in the form of delays. We start with the Final Fantasy VII Remake delay, a new date that passes from March to April to add 37 more days of agony and suffering for all those lovers of the saga.
The problem is that Square Enix had more misfortunes to distribute, and confirmed that Marvel’s Avengers, the Marvel game developed by Cristal Dynamics was going until September, meaning a delay of no less than 4 months compared to the original date.
But if there is bad news that has hurt us especially is the new programming of Cyberpunk 2020, since CD Project RED has announced that the highly anticipated shooter with touches of role will be delayed no less than 6 months to place its launch date on September 17, day that seems to us endless if we consider that it was planned for the 16 of April.
But calm, our weekly review has also brought good news, such as the arrival of a very interesting update for DOOM, which has introduced game at 60 FPS and the possibility of installing additional maps of the community, in addition to many other aesthetic and functional changes. We also talk about the spectacular amusement park that Nintendo will open in summer in Osaka, Japan, and explain how visitors will be equipped with a smart bracelet to track their progress within the park.
All that and much more in Las Charlas de CoopTV.
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