More information is expected to be revealed at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June, however, at posting on Xbox.com has detailed more about the Need for Speed reboot.
A Microsoft spokesperson has confirmed to GamerCenterOnline that the highly anticipated Rise of the Tomb Raider is still in development for Xbox 360.
Besides developers and publishers previously dropping support for the Xbox 360, its great to see that Microsoft is still intent on delivering new experiences on the platform. Continue reading
Halo 3: ODST, a downloadable addition to Halo: The Master Chief Collection, has been listed for a May 29th release on Xbox.com.
The listing has since been removed off the website. However, last month, developer 343 Industries confirmed the ODST addition for a May release.
“Additionally, we’re excited about the progress of the Relic multiplayer map remake and the Campaign for Halo 3: ODST,” confirmed the developer on Halo Waypoint last month, “both of which are on track to release within Halo: The Master Chief Collection next month with our next content update.”
[Update: “A placeholder release date for the ODST campaign for Halo: The Master Chief Collection was inadvertently listed on the Xbox Store,” confirmed 343 Industries via the Official Halo. “We continue final testing and will make an official announcement once our release date is determined, and apologize for any confusion.”]
Xbox Australia posted a comment on Facebook indicating that Rise of the Tomb Raider will be exclusive to Xbox One; no longer a “timed exclusive.”“Update: We can’t update the image but Forza 6 should be exclusive added here as Xbox One exclusive,” read the comment. “And for those wondering; Rise of Tomb Raider will be Xbox exclusive. Not timed exclusive but exclusive.”
Expect to hear more about Rise of the Tomb Raider and its status at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June.
[Update: “We apologize for any confusion resulting from an incorrect post shared on our Australian Facebook page in January. As we revealed at gamescom 2014, ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ will be available in Holiday 2015, exclusively on Xbox. We have no additional details to share at this time,” a Microsoft spokesperson told GamerCenterOnline.]
However, this offer ends May 21st. You can check it out here on the Ubisoft store.
Later this month the U.S. will be getting a limited time release of the special edition Xbox One: Master Chief Collection Bundle.
The Master Chief collection features: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3 and Halo 4. This bundle’s main feature, however, is the limited edition white console and controller.
The bundle’s retail price will be around $349, however there will be a limited quantity and only at participating retailers.
Bethesda Softworks has released a sneak peak of Doom 4! Bethesda will be releasing the full trailer at their first ever E3 press conference.
The original Doom was one of the first FPS (first person shooters) to capture the speed and intensity we experience in FPS games today. In doing so, it became a big milestone in the gaming industry. Doom used to be the “king” of FPS; since then, many more FPS games have raised the bar to new levels. A big question now is, will this new installment in Doom series be good enough to reach “king” status again or will it just be another game on the shelf?