The other day we posted screens from a brand new Assassin's Creed set during the French Revolution. Called Assassin's Creed Unity, the game is exclusive to new-gen consoles, and the video below apparently shows in-game visuals. It's possible, although don't get your hopes up, that what we're seeing here will actually be what you see when you start playing.
Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty is well on its way and is looking great. Every set of screenshots, every new piece of information shows a game that's honest to the original Oddysee, but that has been improved upon with modern technology. At GDC this week, Just Add Water and Oddworld Inhabitants released a brand new video showing off some familiar, but excitingly new gameplay.
An Ubisoft leak courtesy of Kotaku seems to imply that at least part of the next Assassin's Creed game will take place in France, at least in part. This isn't just yet another location rumour though - this one comes with pictures. Despite the fact that it's obvious this is a game in development, these Parisian landmarks actually look rather good.
Sony have announced that a major PlayStation 4 update is in the works, and that it'll be available to download in the coming weeks. Although they've not yet revealed everything that the update will do, they did give us a sneak peak at some of the new additions that they're bringing to the Share button, hopefully just the tip of the iceberg for what we can expect.
Sony took to the stage at GDC this morning to announce the announcement nobody could see coming: a VR headset. Dubbed Project Morpheus, the device has all the bells and whistles you'd expect, and although price has yet to be announced, you ought to start saving now if the list of features is anything to go by. With that said, it'll only be available on the PlayStation 4, so if you don't have Sony's new-gen machine, you'll need to save even more.
The PlayStation 4 has received another big update today, although that's big as in size, not content. The firmware jump to 1.62 weighs in at over 300MBs, a size that would have encompassed a whole game at one point, but now does little but fixes some software issues. Still, it shouldn't be a big problem for the majority of PS4 owners, and the added stability is never a bad thing.
File sizes for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes have been leaked, and they're not quite as meaty as you might expect. Despite the revelation that the main story could be beaten in a matter of hours, many fans had hoped that replayabiltiy and exploration would more than make up for that. Now, that's not quite certain.
CD PROJECT have today announced that they'll be delaying The Witcher 3 into 2015. Although there was never a firm release date for the project, it was expected to be in stores in time for Christmas.
A leaked image from the official Gaikai website might hint at the future pricing on the PlayStation Now service, although there's nothing certain about it, so read with a grain of salt. The rather blurry looking picture gives up the probably temporary rental prices of Uncharted 3 and Far Cry 3, although without more information it's difficult to guess exactly what you'll get for those prices.
While the Lord of the Rings franchise focussed on a small group of people changing the world in a big way, The Hobbit was more about the group (at least up to a point). This isn't something that's been lost on the team behind LEGO The Hobbit either, as they've added new ways for you to work together with your "buddies." Warner Brothers today released a new trailer showcasing these new abilities, and the importance of your group.