GTA 6 hasn't been officially announced by developer Rockstar, but that hasn't stopped GTA 6 rumors from emerging from the depths of the internet. The latest gossip is that GTA 6 could launch in October 2023 and be set in Miami . That's from a dubious online source though, but additional details from that leak including a single, male protagonist, with the game being set in the 1970s, with a chaptered story like Red Dead Redemption 2 . Combine that with Rockstar teasing fans with the official Rockstar Support account is telling us to "stay tuned" for GTA 6 updates on Twitter and it just keeps getting more exciting. According to a Kotaku report, "a new entry in the Grand Theft Auto series," is early in development as of April 2020. That report also suggested we can expect to see a smaller launch, with the game expanded through updates in the manner of an MMO or GTA Online. The development timing means expecting the game to be a PS5 and Xbox Series X title is a sure … [Read more...] about GTA 6 release date, news and rumors
DC has released the full solicitations for two new titles tying into its new Infinite Frontier branding, both arriving in June. First up is the kickoff of a six-issue limited series titled – what else – Infinite Frontier #1, from writer Joshua Williamson and artist Xermanico. The previously announced limited series will explore and establish the new DC 'Infinite Frontier' status quo, which centers around a new Omniverse which includes basically every world and Multiverse from previous DC continuity and establishes every previous DC story as accessible and applicable in current continuity. But judging by the solicitation text for Infinite Frontier #1, all is not exactly back in place, as Alan Scott ( after making a major personal decision ) is searching for some missing members of the Justice Society, and Roy Harper is trying to stay hidden . "When our heroes saved the Multiverse from Perpetua in Dark Nights: Death Metal , everything was put back where it … [Read more...] about Infinite Frontier #1 and Infinite Frontier: Secret Files #1 debut in June
Mortal Kombat is aiming to be more than just another video game movie. Everything, from the way producer Todd Garner and director Simon McQuoid gush over the project, to the refreshingly restrained opening scene, speaks to a production that will seriously surprise casual and hardcore fans alike. Mortal Kombat simply isn’t content with being another mediocre adaptation dragged kicking and screaming from consoles to the cinema – it wants to stand alone as a great movie in its own right. GamesRadar+ recently put that mantra to the test. We not only watched the first 13 minutes of the upcoming movie, but also picked the brains of Garner and McQuoid. You ready? Get over here! These are seven of the biggest, bloodiest things we’ve learned ahead of April’s fatality-filled release. Mortal Kombat starts in surprising fashion Don’t expect fatalities right out of the gate in Mortal Kombat. The opening scene, interestingly, starts off in tranquil fashion in 17th Century Japan. … [Read more...] about Mortal Kombat movie preview: 7 things we learned from the director and producer
Now that the launch dust has settled, it feels like a reasonable moment to pause and reflect on the Cyberpunk 2077 story – not only because it may help in identifying danger signs in the future. There are two big things to note before digging into the disasters around its development and release, though. First, the game has already made a lot of money, albeit significantly less than expected. Shifting 13 million copies in its first ten days , the game briefly made CD Projekt the most valuable company in Poland, before news of catastrophic bugs kicked the stock price into reverse . At the time of writing it's the biggest game launch ever in terms of digital sales, grossing $609 million via those channels as of December 31. From the perspective of CD Projekt's management, the worst is arguably in the past now. Given enough patching and expressions of regret, Cyberpunk 2077 may eventually even be deemed a success, a late-flowering Early Access title in all but name, similar to … [Read more...] about What can we learn from the Cyberpunk 2077 launch disaster?
24 years after the last live-action Mortal Kombat movie – 1997's Annihilation – there's finally a new one rolling in. Mortal Kombat 2021 is hitting theaters and HBO Max on April 23, and Canadian brand Cybeart , partnered with Warner Brothers Entertainment, is celebrating its release by launching a range of World’s First Ever officially licensed gaming chairs, mousepads, and phone cases . Mortal Kombat 2021 features old favorites such as Scorpion, Raiden, and Sub-Zero, but all eyes are going to be on a new character, Cole Young, who's introduced in the latest film to take the place of Johnny Cage. And whichever is your favorite, you'll be able to kit yourself out with a gaming chair, mousepad, or phone case to show your allegiance. Established in 2020, Toronto-based Cybeart may be a new kid on the block but it's quickly made an impact with its best-in-class gear and a deal with Warner Bros to create official licensed products created in collaboration with DC Comics, … [Read more...] about Canadian brand Cybeart collaborates with Warner Brothers to create Mortal Kombat Gaming Chairs, Mouse Pads and Phone Cases