Greetings and salutations visitors, welcome to Wednesday’s round up of video games news. We’re half way through January now so the only way is up, although today is a bit of a downer with news of two games being cancelled and bunch more being delayed. Ho, and indeed, hum.
- Seven More Years Of NBA 2K Games Confirmed
- Lara Faces A Nightmare In The Next Shadow Of The Tomb Raider DLC
- Ubisoft’s Pioneer Seems To Have Been Cancelled
- Try Out Black Ops 4’s Blackout Mode For Free This Week
- EA Have Canned Their Already Rebooted Open World Star Wars Game
- Firewall Zero Hour Gets A Free Weekend
- A Second Helping Of Virtual Dick Wilde Has Been Announced
HellWarders has been delayed….
We regret to inform you that the planned release of Hell Warders on January 17th will need to be delayed slightly due to some minor issues. We will announce a firm and solid release date within the next couple of weeks along with further exciting details! #HellWarders pic.twitter.com/X05nYVHKqq
— PQube Games (@PQubeGames) January 15, 2019
… as has The Occupation…
We've finally been able to lock the release date of The Occupation to 5th March, 2019. We've had to wait a little longer to get organised on all the platforms but we've had the green light so we should be able to share our last 4 years of work with you VERY soon. pic.twitter.com/MFwTBXndnA
— White Paper Games (@WhitePaperGames) January 16, 2019
… and the Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience is also going to be late, but only by a week, arriving on January 23rd.