Don’t worry PC gamers, as Microsoft has officially announced that Ninja Theory’s upcoming Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 will be released for both PC and the upcoming Xbox Series X.
So as Aaron Greenberg (GM of Xbox Games Marketing) said, the game is being developed for the PC also, and that negates the rumors about Hellblade 2 would be available via the Xbox Game Pass service because Microsoft always does that with its launch titles.
Hellblade 2 has no release date, yet.
Have You Ever Imagined Visiting The Streets Of Silent Hills’ P.T Demo?
Well, we all know Lance McDonald, the one and only who allowed us to discover lots of secrets hidden for the fans of P.T. That being said, Lance has been able to further crack the demo and allow players to venture outside of the house for the first time. But that wasn’t an easy task at all, and why is that?
Because the the demo linked together separate map files, allowing different variations of the same hallway so that you will always see the hallway as it appears in the demo over and over until you solve the mystery and see the final cutscene with Norman Reedus walking the streets. so what did McDonald do? He changed the code in this process and swapped in the code for the street, since it’s all rendered in-game for that final cutscene.
But that’s not all, because moving on to the next obstacle, It seems that Kojima and company never intended the player to get outside of the house. The player will fall beneath the street and continues falling until Lisa appears out of nowhere and strangles the player to death and resets the game again makes the player waking in front of the door, as usual in the normal demo.
This time McDonald played with the camera, which allowed him to continue down on the street, and the result is, well take a look at this video and see for yourself.
McDonlad said “I found it fairly amazing to have a chance to explore a somewhat entirely new physical space in P.T., something handcrafted by the team at Kojima Productions while in-house at Konami as an official part of the mainline Silent Hill series, While there’s no way to tell what the future holds, this may be the final canonical rendition of Silent Hill ever to exist, so I hope you feel that I helped in some way today by giving you a chance to explore along with me.”
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution is coming to consoles
Konami has officially announced during Jump Festa 2020 that the game is coming to Playstation 4, Xbox One and the PC via Steam. A release window was not announced, but Konami confirmed the title will launch in 2020 in Japan
And that’s it folks for today’s Bulletin. Stay Tuned for the Next one.
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