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Mechwarrior 5 dev delays Steam release to avoid Cyberpunk 2077

By Alex Calvin, Friday, 27 November 2020 14:10 GMT Another game runs and hides from CD Projekt Red’s blockbuster release.Piranha Games has pushed back the launch of Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries on Steam thanks to Cyberpunk 2077.In a blog post, the studio said that it wasn’t eager to go toe-to-toe with CD Projekt Red’s eagerly-anticipated sci-fi RPG, which is set to launch on December 10. Mechwarrior 5 will now be released on Steam and GOG in spring 2021, alongside the Heroes of the Inner Sphere DLC that was set to launch at the same time.“Any developer wants their titles to get…

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Bloober delays Xbox Series X/S game The Medium until next year

By Alex Calvin, Friday, 6 November 2020 17:30 GMT Polish games company Bloober Team has delayed the launch of its upcoming horror title, The Medium.In a post on Twitter, the studio said that The Medium would now be coming out on January 28, 2021, rather than the December 10 date that had previously been announced. This is something of a blow for Microsoft, as The Medium was one of the few titles available for the Xbox Series X/S this year.Bloober said that this delay is due to the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as other games on the release schedule. Fellow…

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Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six Quarantine delayed

Despite having just launched one blockbuster with another due next month, we might have a while to go before Ubisoft’s next round of games. During today’s financial earnings report, Ubisoft revealed that both Far Cry 6 and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine have been pushed back into the next financial year, setting their release dates as no sooner than April 1st, 2021. (more…)


Star Citizen’s single-player campaign “will be done when it’s done”

It looks like the single-player campaign for Star Citizen is still a fair way off, according to developer Cloud Imperium Games.Squadron 42 – the planned singleplayer campaign part Cloud Imperium’s space simulator – apparently has a lot more time in development left.“We still have a ways to go before we are in beta, but everyone on Squadron 42 is working very hard to deliver something great,” explained studio boss Chris Roberts in an AMA over on the Roberts Space Industries website.“We haven’t been happy with how effectively we’ve been showing progress on Squadron 42, as we felt the previous format…