News | New Fallout 4 patch with graphics options released

Bethesda has released a new update for Fallout 4 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S and PC which, among other things, added new graphic options.

Players can choose between 30, 40 and 60 as a frame rate target. At 40fps the screen must support 120hz. You can also choose between ‘Visuals’ and ‘Performance’. Various bug fixes are also being implemented.

Last month, the long-awaited current-gen update for Fallout 4 was released. PC players received a number of bug fixes and widescreen support. On consoles, the update means that players can choose between a quality and performance mode and that the game is playable in 60 frames per second.

News | Console version Phasmophobia delayed after fire

The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series versions of Phasmophobia later appear after a fire broke out in developer Kinetic Games' office.

No further details about the fire were given. It is reported that there are also “unexpected development problems”. In any case, the fire has negatively affected the development and the ability to test the game.

The game should have been released on PS5 and Xbox Series this month, but should now appear “in the week of Halloween”, or the last week of that month. In this way, Kinetic Games promises to be able to test the game extensively.

Phasmophobia already appeared on PC via Early Access in September 2020 and quickly became a hit, thanks in part to play sessions from streamers. In the game, players in teams of four visit various locations in search of ghosts.

News | Current gen update The Witcher 3 will be released on December 14

The current gen update for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be released on December 14.

This has been announced by CD Projekt Red. The company insisted that the update would appear sometime this year, and that appears to be correct. The update will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, and PC.

The update, which is free to download for anyone who owns the game on PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4, includes dozens of graphics and performance improvements. Think of ray tracing, faster loading times on consoles and all kinds of mods that are part of the experience. It also includes additional content inspired by The Witcher series on Netflix. This content will be revealed during a RED stream on Twitch next week.

People who have not yet bought the game at all can purchase the digital Complete Edition of the game from December 14th. In addition to the main game, it also contains the expansions Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine. A physical edition will also be released at a later date.

Finally, an update will also be released for the PS4, Xbox One and Switch versions of the game with all kinds of improvements and the new content based on the Netflix series.

News | PS5 and Xbox Series Update for Vampyr Released

A free update for Vampyr has been released that will improve the game's performance on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S.

Thanks to the update, the game will run at 1440p and 60 frames per second on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series. By the way, PlayStation 4 Pro players can now play the game in 1440p.

Vampyr came out in 2018. The game is set in London shortly after World War I. Main character Jonathan Reid is a doctor who returns from a trip and has mysteriously become a vampire. He himself does not understand what is going on and struggles with the reality that he regularly has to kill someone. In Vampyr, the player chooses who to sacrifice. Each character has its own character and background. When Jonathan kills someone, the victim’s last thoughts are also shown.

News | New-gen versions of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 postponed to 2022

The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series updates for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have been delayed to 2022.

Developer CD Projekt Red announced this yesterday. The team that oversees the development of both updates has recommended that the releases be postponed. “We apologize for the long wait, but we want to make sure it’s done right.”

The update for Cyberpunk 2077 will now be released sometime in Q1 2022, while the update for The Witcher 3 will be released sometime in Q2 2022. Both updates, which make the games look better and run on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S, were actually planned for the end of this year.

The delay of the The Witcher 3 update is particularly surprising: earlier this week it appeared that PEGI had provided the new-gen version of the game with an age rating, which led many people to assume that the update was imminent.

News | Iron Harvest is coming to consoles by the end of this year

The real-time strategy game Iron Harvest will be released sometime later this year on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, and Xbox One.

As announced by developer King Art Games . The game was released on PC in September last year. The console version has all the updates and downloadable content released for the PC version. This includes the recently released Operation Eagle expansion.

People who have backed Iron Harvest on Kickstarter can now still customize their platform of choice at no additional cost.

Iron Harvest is set in an alternate reality in 1920 after World War I. Players control and deploy different types of troops to defeat the enemy and complete missions. There are about thirty different types of troops, from infantry to giant machines. Furthermore, there are three factions within the game that each have three heroes to choose from. Each hero has his or her own qualities that offer different tactical options. The game has a single player and multiplayer mode.

News | Next-gen edition The Witcher 3 has DLC based on the Netflix series

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition, the next-gen version of The Witcher 3, will receive free DLC based on the Netflix series.

It’s not yet clear what exactly the content is, but the word ‘items’ is used, so it’s most likely not new narrative content. More to be clarified soon.

The Complete Edition is set to release sometime this year on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, and PC. There is no exact release date yet. As previously announced, it includes a number of visual and technical improvements, including ray tracing and faster loading times. This applies to both the main game and the included expansions.

People who already have the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC can download the update for free.

News | New Halo Infinite artwork shared

Microsoft and 343 Industries have shared new artwork from Halo Infinite.

The new artwork can be seen at the bottom of this post and includes main character Master Chief. Twitter user Klobrille liked the artwork and posted it to social media this weekend.

Microsoft is expected to show more of the highly anticipated game at E3. The company will be holding an online presentation together with Bethesda on Sunday, June 13 at 7:00 PM Dutch time.

Halo Infinite should have been released with the Xbox Series X and S launch, but was delayed to sometime this year. It is known that online multiplayer will become free-to-play. The game will be released on Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and PC. The game will have cross-play and cross-progression.

News | Watch Dogs Legion patch adds 60fps to next-gen versions

An upcoming patch for Watch Dogs Legion will add a 'performance mode' to the game on next-gen consoles, allowing the game to run at 60 frames per second.

In a blog post, Ubisoft added information about upcoming update 4.5. This will make a performance mode available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, allowing the game to run at 60 fps on those platforms. This is one of the most requested enhancements to the next-gen version of the game.

Furthermore, update 4.5 fixes various bugs and other problems. Many of those bugs are related to the newly released DLC character Mina. The Tactical OP ‘Project OMNI’ will also be added. There is no release date yet for update 4.5.

News | Cyberpunk 2077 gets free downloadable content

Upon release, free downloadable content will come to the highly anticipated action RPG Cyberpunk 2077.

CD Projekt Red has announced this via the game’s official Twitter channel. A fan there asked if Cyberpunk 2077, like The Witcher 3, will get free downloadable content. CD Projekt responded with a humorous gif that answers the question positively.

More details are not yet available on the free dlc. The Witcher 3 has received a total of sixteen free expansions, including new clothing and missions. The game also received two paid expansions with a lot of new missions, areas and content.

The game will be released on November 19 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will be playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X via backward compatibility when consoles launch, but details of a next-gen update will follow later.