"Neverwinter" is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game that is part of the "Dungeons & Dragons" franchise. The game is currently available for PC through Steam and the Xbox One. Released in June 2013, the game has long been exclusive to the Microsoft platform. It may soon be coming to the Sony PlayStation 4 soon. The report said that PS4 may be coming within the year 2015.
The announcement came straight from the mouth of associate brand manager Trevor Kidd during a Wizards of the Coast livestream. Kidd said that the free-to-play title will be heading to the PS4 soon.
Until recently, neither the game's developer Cryptic Studios nor publisher Perfect World Entertainment have shared any news about when the game was arriving to the Sony current-generation console. The report said that the game will join the PS4's "impressive stable of MMOs," which includes "DC Universe Online," "Final Fantasy XIV" and "The Elder Scrolls Online." more >>
"The Talos Principle," a first-person puzzle video game that was launched in December 2014 via Steam, for Windows, Linux and OS X and for Android OS in May 2015, is getting its first expansion pack called "Road to Gehenna" on July 23. The critically-acclaimed and highly-rated game will get new puzzles and "new philosophy" with the coming expansion pack.
The game's developer, a Croatian company called Croteam and publisher Devolver Digital, announced the expansion pack. It will add four episodes to the title, which supposedly contains "the most challenging puzzles yet." In the "Road to Gehenna," the player returns as Uriel, Elohim's messenger who attempts to free trapped souls in a "hidden part of the simulation."
"The Talos Principle" is described as a "narrative-device puzzle game" which is first-person. Users play the role of a robot who seems to have a "seemingly human consciousness" and as a robot, they are tasked to explore several environments with over 120 puzzles. The game's setting ranges from sprawling greenery and ancient stone ruins, interspersed with futuristic technology. more >>
New reports have come out ahead of the expected launch of Samsung's next flagship phablet at the IFA Technology Congress in September. And it contained information about the specifications not only for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, but also for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
The report cited a report from SamMobile that was the source of the leaked specifications for both new phones, according to a report in Tech Times.
The next-generation Galaxy Note 5, which will have model number SM-N920 is rumored to have a big screen like its predecessor, at 5.67-inch and will have a 2,560 by 1,440 quad-HD Super AMOLED display. The screen resolution is also the same as the Note 4. more >>
Treyarch's upcoming first-person shooter video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" will go on open beta on Aug. 19. The announcement was made by Treyarch on July 9, through Twitter, saying that the beta will first be available on the PlayStation 4.
While the beta will initially be available on the PS4, the developer also said that it will eventually be made available on the other console, the Xbox One and the PC, according to an IGN report.
The game, which is being published by Activision and is a sequel to "Call of Duty: Black Ops II," is slated to be released later this year, on Nov. 6, 2015. more >>
With just days before its grand unveiling, the hype for the launching of OnePlus' upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 2 has grown even more intense as new updates from the company arrive this week.
On Thursday, select members of the Chinese company took Reddit by storm when they hosted an AMA session. The event dropped a handful of new details about what to expect when the OnePlus 2 is formally revealed.
Among the number of updates shared on the forum is the confirmation that the successor of the first "Flagship Killer" will have a 3,300 mAh battery pack, which is almost 10 percent increase from the OnePlus One's 3,100 mAh capacity. more >>
After showing up in several leaks and reports, the mysterious Samsung Galaxy A8 smartphone has recently passed through the Chinese certification website TENAA.
If this tells us something, it's that the Android-powered device should be launched in the Asian country soon.
According to a report by GSM Arena, the super slim handset will be announced in China on July 17. Based on the report, the flagship model of Samsung's Galaxy A series might hit shelves right away after its announcement. more >>