Welcome again to News Snatch, scraping the bottom of the TSA waste bin for news that never made it to the front page. It’s been a very quiet week so we are starting with tractor news, something that will excite a great many of you.
If you purchase Farming Simulator 15 from GAME you can take home your very own Lamborghini tractor. I didn’t know such a thing exists, but apparently it does.
Sales of PS4 exclusive Bloodborne have been very strong and have surprised Sony.
“It did surprise us,” said UK MD Fergal Gara. “We had expectations to do well. We looked at the Souls series as a frame of reference, and we thought we could do better than that. We did – and then some. Relative to some of our sister territories, we were being quite ambitious, but even that proved to be conservative.”
We have our first look at the World of Warcraft move, say hello to Orgrim.
No Man’s Sky will be getting a lot of support from Sony when it finally hit’s the shelves.
“No Man’s Sky has been treated as if it was from one of our internal studios,” said UK MD Fergal Gara. “We have been working very closely with the developers and bringing it into our release programme as if we had made it. We are not going to treat it any differently and we are going to put the full weight of PlayStation behind it. If it all comes together as well as expected, it will be treated like a first-party release; it is not a self-published small indie title on the platform.”
Sheltered is being published by Team 17 and is a very oppressive looking survival game. Sounds a barrel of laughs.
inXile Entertainment has unleashed a new Torment: Tides of Numenera video, ‘A World Unlike Any Other’, which focuses on the ninth world and is created using the in-game engine.
We’re heading to Japan for the last three items, this is Utawarerurmono: False Mask and it’s coming to PS4, PS3 and Vita. There’s no European release as of yet.
This is the ridiculously titled Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation. It will hit shelves in North America on June 30th with a same day digital release, whilst in Europe it will be out July 3rd (July 8th, digitally). It’s coming out for the PlayStation Vita and some people will be overjoyed that it’s compatible with PlayStation TV.
And Finally, the theme tune to Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward composed by Nobuo Uematsu and featuring the vocals of Susan Calloway, who previously performed the main theme, “Answers,” for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.