Team Ninja's Fumihiko Yasuda has been "providing direction" on the upcoming action RPG, which releases in 2024 exclusively for PS5.
Players can now change their entire appearance, including changing their body type. Fixes to High-End Assault Rifles and Doctor Home are also available.
The PC version also offers an unlimited frame rate option, AI-enhanced upscaling via Intel XeSS and Ultra-Wide monitor support.
The new studio will be based in Helsinki, Finland, and will be led by former Zynga vice president Marko Lastikka.
Watch how the latest adventure of Hugo and Amicia begins en route to the sequel's release on October 18th for consoles and PC.
The package will allegedly also include a new expansion, on top of the first person shooter itself and all of its previously released DLC.
Producer Hiroaki Kato says Square Enix wanted to retain the game's pixel art aesthetic, though he is personally a fan of the HD-2D look.
The Judicator of Secrets will be available tomorrow when Version 3.1 launches as part of the new Event Wish banner with Candace.
Take-Two Interactive Terminates Publishing Deal with Outriders Developer for New Action-Adventure IP
People Can Fly says it's "committed to continue" the game's development "within [its] self-publishing pipeline", and has retained full ownership of the IP.
Along with improvements, a new "anti-infinite-combo system" has also been added, decaying attacks used four or more times in the same combo.
Game director and studio CEO Nick Popovich also proudly points out that first person simulation title was developed without any crunch.
Exclusive to PlayStation Direct, the bundle will launch on October 28th for $560 and includes the game's Cross-Gen Bundle.
Marvel is continuing to make big moves in gaming.
CD Projekt RED has cleaned up the open world RPG since its disastrous launch nearly two years ago, but it still falls woefully short of what was promised.
Three new Vault Weapons for All-Out Warfare, balance tuning for attack and transport helicopters, and various bug fixes are also live.
The DioField Chronicle deserves praise for some of its fresh ideas, but it's got more than a few issues that drag down the experience.
The remake is currently available for PS5 with improved visuals, accessibility features, AI improvements, and more. A PC version is also in development.
Currently available in the game's experimental branch, the Altar of Hope update brings new progression systems to Darkest Dungeon 2.
Playwing has announced that dragon-riding multiplayer game Century: Age of Ashes is finally out on PS4 and PS5. Check out the PlayStation launch trailer.
Check out the new Accolades trailer for Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed, which shows off praise for the game as well as a bit of gameplay.