Both Sony and Evolution Studios simultaneously announced that they will be giving the "Driveclub" November DLC for free as compensation for the server issues suffered by players ever since the game launched, according to reports.
The game development studio opted to give all players who purchased Driveclub the said full game premium DLC packs this November for free as well as extending the Season Pass, Gamespot reported.
"We know you have all been extremely patient and understandably frustrated during Driveclub's launch, and to show our appreciation for the support during this challenging time, we will be offering the premium DLC packs for November," Evolution said in a post to the game's Facebook page. more >>
Samsung's newly-launched virtual reality headset, the Samsung Gear VR, will be released next month. The Gear VR Innovator Edition is said to retail at $200 and is slated to arrive in the U.S. region early next month.
"It will come in two versions: for $249, you'll get the headset bundled with a Bluetooth gamepad, and for $199, you'll get only the headset," Oculus VR announced on their website.
However, for those who still don't have the Galaxy Note 4, the price could double as they have yet to spend another $400 to $500 to purchase the smartphone. more >>
"Bloodborne," a Playstation 4 exclusive by From Software and Japan Studio, won't be released by February 2015 release date and will be pushed back to March 25 instead. Japan Studio's Masaaki Yamagiwa mentioned that the delay has been in response to its alpha tester's feedbacks.
"It is with regret that I must inform you that Bloodborne will be slightly delayed," Yamagiwa said through Sony's Playstation blog.
"While development continues unabated, we would like out team to deliver the best possible final experience. We were gratified by the feedback and data we received from those who participated in our limited Alpha test. The extra production time will also allow us to better integrate these learnings," Yamagiwa adds. more >>
News about the development of the much-anticipated 2015 open-world Legend of Zelda for Wii U game is said to be "progressing well."
In the latest issue of Japanese trade publication Famitsu, Eiji Aonuma, director for The Legend of Zelda Wii U, revealed some insights on how things are going. When asked particularly about the game's current graphics, he said they look great.
"Now it looks more amazing than what was shown at E3," he said, as translated by Nintendo Everything. more >>
Apple has been known to allow media outlets to speculate and dish out "unconfirmed" information about their products however they like it without even bothering to debunk or comment on it. One of the hottest items currently doing its rounds in the world of tech news is the rumored release of its upcoming 6th generation iPod Touch.
Initial reports indicated that the device is intended to be unveiled in October this year during the Apple event. What came out of that affair, instead, is the announcement of the new iPad Air 2 and the iMac Retina. This left the iPod 6G with an unknown release date.
However, several tech sites are citing their sources saying that the purported device is said to come out sometime in March of 2015. The reason behind the postponement is said to be about some technical issues that the Cupertino-based company needs to address first. more >>
PlayStation Now, Sony's game-streaming service, is now gaining traction among gamers has it recently teamed up with Electronic Arts (EA) in bringing five of their huge gaming titles into its library.
As reported by IGN, the game titles that are expected to arrive in the Dec. 2 are Mirror's Edge, Mass Effect 2, Dead Space 3, NBA Jam On Fire Edition and Bejeweled 3.
Further details were laid out by Peter Jamshidi, the Director of Marketing for PlayStation Now, who posted the announcement on PlayStation.Blog.com. He said that each of the games mentioned can be rented for a week for about $1 per day. more >>