It has been another incredible week in gaming and as we draw closer to the release of Next-Gen consoles. As we draw closer, we are seeing more and more updates from 3rd party games and publishers including CD Projekt Red and Ubisoft. If you have missed any of this week’s great updates, then be sure to check out our list of all this week’s headlines below! • This week we saw an incredible roster of games release including Remothered: Broken Porcelain, 9 Monkeys of Shaolin, NHL 2021, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest. • Ghost of Tsushima Legends releases, bringing a mythical multiplayer to the popular single-player title. • Night City Wire episode 4 aired this week, bringing us the cars and fashion of Cyberpunk 2077. You can check out all of the details here at 3-Bit.co.uk/
• Gearbox announces that Borderlands 3 will receive the Next-Gen treatment, and will be free to those who own the game on relevant consoles. • Sonic The Hedgehog joins Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout as a costume to our favourite beans. • The PlayStation 5 UI has been revealed. You can check out the new features here in our news section. • Watchdogs legion is reported to run at 4k with ray tracing at 30 FPS on both Next-Gen Consoles. What are your thoughts on the low frame rate? Join us on our discord for the discussion.
• Insomniac Games gives us some fresh new pictures and even gameplay footage of Spiderman Miles Morales which features the Amazing Spider-Cat. • Japan sees a price cut in Joy-Cons, could this price cut come west too? • The Next-Gen release of Marvel Avengers has been delayed until 2021. And with that, you are caught up for a week of gaming news. Be sure to stay with us here at 3Bit for all the latest gaming news, reviews and original content including streams and top 10’s. If you want to see more from us at 3Bit first, then be sure to follow our social media pages below, or check out our discord with this invite: https://discord.gg/FjgPmK .
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