PlayStation News of the Week: January 20 - 25, 2014
- Posted January 25th, 2014 at 16:23 EDT by Michael Harradence
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22
DriveClub release set for June, claims OPM Italy
According to Official PlayStation Magazine Italy (via VG247), PlayStation 4-exclusive racer DriveClub will be released in June.
To The Death PS4 Kickstarter launched by Call of Duty, God of War veterans
A new Kickstarter-funded project titled To The Death is now up and running in an effort to secure its $400,000 start-up budget.
Metro: Last Light and Outlast headline February's PlayStation Plus line-up
Metro: Last Light, Outlast and Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite are the big hitters at the forefront of Sony Europe’s February PlayStation Plus offering.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23
PS4 'fairly close' to being maxed out for The Witcher 3, says dev
The co-fonder of CD Projekt RED has said that upcoming fantasy RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is fairly close to maxing out the capacity of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition now confirmed to run at 60FPS on PS4, may be 30FPS on Xbox One
In an odd turn of events, and despite an admission to the contrary just a few days previously, Executive Producer Scot Amos has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 version of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition will, in fact, be running at 60 frames per second (via Videogamer).
Elder Scrolls Online voice cast includes Monty Python's John Cleese
Bethesda has confirmed the voice cast for Elder Scrolls Online, which includes John Cleese, Kate Beckinsdale, Michael Gambon and Bill Nighy.
Kingdom Hearts 3 dev says Sony has 'gone too far' with PS4 hardware
The co-director of Kingdom Hearts III has admitted developing for PlayStation 4 has been one of the biggest hurdles he and his team have had to overcome -- but in a good way.