Happy Ragnarok release date everyone! After months of speculation and rumors, Santa Monica has now officially confirmed that the next God of War will be released later this year on November 9, giving us plenty of time to prepare for Ragnarok.
It wasn’t a great day on Square Enix, though, as the upcoming title Forspoken has been delayed again, this time to 2023. For more details on these stories and the reveal that Netflix is going to have another blast in live-action Death Note, just read on. .
God Of War Ragnarok November 9 Release Date Confirmed
God of War Ragnarok is one of the most anticipated titles of this year, and the wait for a confirmed release date has been excruciating to say the least. However, our wait finally came to an end today, as God of War Ragnarok has now been confirmed to launch later this year on November 9. We didn’t get much information about the game itself, but the announcement came with a short CG trailer and the unveiling of two new special editions, complete with nice replicas of Mjolnir.
Forspoken postponed again until January 24
On to some bad news now that Square Enix has decided to postpone Forspoken until 2023. However, this delay appears to be more of a tactical decision than a development issue as the company released a statement explaining it delayed the game. after “ongoing discussions with key partners.” Forspoken was originally intended to launch in October, a month that steadily fills up as the year goes on. It’s possible Square Enix has delayed Forspoken until January 23 to give it the best chance of success.
Stranger Things creators are making a live-action Death Note series
Death Note fans probably still haven’t forgiven Netflix for its sad attempt at a live-action movie in 2017, but that hasn’t stopped the company from working on it again. There’s little cause for optimism this time around, though, as the creators of Stranger Things Ross and Matt Duffer will be the ones behind a new live-action show. The project is one of many the duo has unveiled alongside news that they are setting up their own production company called Upside Down Pictures.
Xbox’s $70 Billion Activision Acquisition Under Investigation by UK Watchdog
Microsoft has yet another hurdle to overcome if it wants to go through with its planned acquisition of Activision Blizzard, as the UK has now stepped in to see if the deal could cause lasting damage to the gaming industry. The UK Competition and Markets Authority has given itself until September 1 to investigate the deal and submit a report that if it doesn’t find the deal could negatively impact consumers, the deal will get the green light from the UK. to give.
Horizon Forbidden West’s new patch adds a “balanced” graphics mode and VRR
Finally, one of the best games of 2022 just got a little better, as a new update to Horizon Forbidden West added a “balanced” graphics mode and VRR. This new feature should reduce screen tearing and frame pacing issues if you have a compatible TV/monitor, while the “Balanced” graphics mode allows players to lock the game down to 40 fps, but gives you a better boost for the games visuals than Performance mode.
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