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Saints Row Reboot Delayed: Anticipated Release Postponed

By Mazen "Mithrie" Turkmani
Published: November 17, 2021 at 12:35 PM GMT

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The new Saints Row game has been delayed from 25 Feb 2022 to 23 Aug 2022, Dying Light 2 has changed and been influenced by the recent real life pandemic, and Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice on PC gets ray tracing, DLSS and FSR in recent update.

Hellblade PC Update

Hello, guys, and welcome to the Gaming News for 17 Nov 2021. Today, we have some exciting updates for Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice on PC. The developers have released a new update that introduces cutting-edge technologies such as Ray Tracing, DLSS, and AMD's FSR. With these enhancements, the game will look even more stunning and immersive than before.


If you haven't played Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice yet, let me give you a brief overview. The game takes you on a journey into the mind of Senua, the main character, as she deals with the loss of a loved one and battles with her inner demons. It explores the sensitive topic of psychosis, providing players with a unique and thought-provoking experience.


The addition of Ray Tracing technology in the PC update brings realistic lighting and reflections to Hellblade. It creates lifelike environments and enhances the overall visual fidelity of the game. DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) further improves the graphics by using AI to upscale lower-resolution images, resulting in sharper and more detailed visuals. AMD's FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution) technology is also included, which enhances performance on AMD hardware, allowing players with compatible systems to experience the game at higher frame rates without sacrificing image quality.


These updates not only make Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice visually stunning but also bring improvements to its performance, allowing players to have a smoother and more immersive gaming experience. If you haven't played this game yet or if you've played it before, now is the perfect time to dive back into Senua's haunting journey.

Dying Light 2 Changes From Pandemic

The next news we have for you today is regarding Dying Light 2. The developers have recently announced that the game has been directly influenced by the impact of the global pandemic that has affected the world for the past year and a half. This has led to some significant changes in the game's storyline and cutscenes.


According to the developers, the opening cutscene of Dying Light 2 now features people queuing in line to get a vaccination. This change draws real-world comparisons to the ongoing pandemic, although in the game, the cause of the outbreak is a zombie apocalypse rather than a viral infection. Nevertheless, the idea of a widespread pandemic causing chaos and societal collapse resonates with the current global situation.


The developers' decision to incorporate elements inspired by the pandemic shows their commitment to creating a world that reflects and immerses players in the reality they have experienced. It adds a layer of authenticity to the game and allows players to connect with the story on a deeper level.


Dying Light 2 is an eagerly anticipated sequel that combines parkour-style gameplay with intense survival horror elements. The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic open world overrun by zombies, where players must navigate through dangerous environments and make difficult choices that affect the fate of the city and its inhabitants.

Saints Row Reboot Delayed

The final piece of news for today is about the highly anticipated Saints Row reboot. Unfortunately, the release of the game has been delayed. Originally scheduled to launch on February 25, 2022, the developers have announced that it will now be released worldwide on August 23, 2022.


In an official statement on the Saints Row website, the developers explain that their priority is to create the best Saints Row game to date. The additional time is necessary for the team to fully realize their creative vision and ensure that the game meets the high standards they have set for themselves and that players expect and deserve.


While the delay is undoubtedly disappointing for fans eagerly awaiting the game's release, it is reassuring to know that the development team is taking the time to polish and fine-tune the game to deliver the best possible experience. The delay is primarily focused on improving the overall quality and polish of the game, rather than making significant changes to the core gameplay and story.


The new Saints Row game aims to reboot the beloved open-world franchise, introducing a fresh take on the popular series. It promises to offer exciting new features, a compelling storyline, and a vast open-world environment for players to explore. The delay, though unfortunate, suggests that the developers are committed to delivering a Saints Row experience that exceeds expectations.


In conclusion, today's gaming news has brought exciting updates for Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice on PC, with the introduction of Ray Tracing, DLSS, and AMD's FSR technologies. Dying Light 2 incorporates elements influenced by the ongoing pandemic, while the release of the Saints Row reboot has been delayed to ensure the game meets the highest standards. Stay tuned for more gaming news, and thank you for your continued support. See you tomorrow!

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