Nintendo release a Zelda Tears of the Kingdom advert! I also discuss the Assassin's Creed Mirage possible delay, and A Plague Tale Requiem gets a performance mode.
A Plague Tale Requiem is a highly anticipated game that has recently released a performance mode. This mode is targeted towards PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, with the aim of providing a seamless 60 FPS experience. The game's developers have also offered additional graphical modes for PC tailored to the latest graphics hardware. A Plague Tale: Innocence, released in 2019, was a critical and commercial success that quickly became a fan favourite. The game follows young siblings Amicia and Hugo on a heart-wrenching journey through a plague-ravaged landscape, where they must survive not only against the rats that have taken over the countryside but also against the Inquisition. Players navigate these characters through intricate levels using stealth and puzzle-solving, all while experiencing a gripping story with unforgettable characters.
The performance mode update for A Plague Tale Requiem comes as fantastic news for fans of the series. The previous instalment, A Plague Tale: Innocence, offered top-tier graphics and highly-detailed levels, but its performance on consoles did frequently suffer from frame drops. The developers of the game, Asobo Studio, have said that they have listened to player feedback to make sure that the upcoming sequel will not encounter the same performance issues. It appears that they have succeeded- early footage of the performance mode shows the game running with ease and fluidity, with no lag even during intense action sequences.
The next bit of news is regarding the highly anticipated upcoming Assassin's Creed Mirage game. According to industry insider Tom Henderson, the game has been delayed from its August release date to October of this year. At the time of writing, there has been no official confirmation of this news, but the delay does seem plausible. The development cycle for games has been especially chaotic in the past year due to the pandemic, with many delays occurring due to logistical issues and working from home challenges. Fans should keep an eye out for confirmed information from Ubisoft or other industry insiders.
Despite the disappointing news of the delay, there is a bright side to the situation. Delays of this sort are usually done in order to refine a game further and to ensure it reaches its full potential before being released. This means the game will likely have improved features, better graphics, and more polished gameplay. As fans and players, we should appreciate the extra time given to developers to work on their games to make them the best they can be. With the history of successful and highly regarded Assassin's Creed titles, Mirage is a game that is worth looking forward to, even if it means waiting a little bit longer.
In the world of gaming, Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series has a loyal fan following, and the release of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom in 2022 is eagerly anticipated. The latest news from Nintendo Australia is an advertisement for the game, which features the story of a person commuting to work, feeling bored and miserable. When this person starts playing Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, their life experiences a significant enhancement, with the adventure and excitement of the game making even their mundane tasks more enjoyable. As gamers, many of us can relate to that feeling of losing ourselves in a game and the way it improves our mood and perspective on life.
Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is set to be the next full-fledged console game in the series, following up on Breath of the Wild, which was a critical and commercial success in 2017. The game will follow new protagonist Link on a new quest to save Princess Zelda and the land of Hyrule from new threats. The game will feature an open-world design, new combat mechanics, and the ability to explore deep dungeons filled with secrets and rewards. For fans of the series, Zelda Tears of the Kingdom looks to be the best game yet and may be a front-runner for Game of the Year, despite stiff competition from other highly anticipated titles releasing in the coming months.
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