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Amazon Games Signs PS5 Open World Driving Title from Ex-Forza Horizon Devs | Push Square - pushsquare.com
pushsquare.com
01.06.2024 / 01:54

Amazon Games Signs PS5 Open World Driving Title from Ex-Forza Horizon Devs | Push Square

Amazon Games is clearly expanding its publishing portfolio beyond its handful of MMOs — Tomb Raider, anyone? — and it's just signed on to help bring another upcoming title to market. The publisher is collaborating with developer Maverick Games on a new, open world, narrative-led driving game.

The Rogue Prince of Persia Early Access Review in Progress - ign.com
ign.com
31.05.2024 / 21:39

The Rogue Prince of Persia Early Access Review in Progress

As a traditionally parkour-heavy series with a main character who often has a difficult time dying when it counts, a roguelike Prince of Persia game feels like a concept that was simply waiting for an execution. Pair that intuitive idea with Evil Empire, the developers behind Dead Cells, and you’ve got an ideal coupling for Ubisoft’s second sidescrolling Prince of Persia of 2024. But while The Rogue Prince of Persia has a lot of potential, at this stage in its Early Access life, there doesn’t seem to be quite enough to hang onto for this time loop adventure to really shine yet. I still have more to play before I put a final score on it, but what I’ve seen so far is a skeleton of a roguelite adventure that will entertain for a few hours, but already lacks the variety to motivate me beyond that.

Where Winds Meet brings superhuman, open-world martial arts adventure to PS5 - blog.playstation.com - China - state Oregon
blog.playstation.com
30.05.2024 / 22:59

Where Winds Meet brings superhuman, open-world martial arts adventure to PS5

Hi! My name is Beralt Lyu, the Producer from Everstone Studio and I’m delighted to announce that our title Where Winds Meet will be coming to PlayStation 5. We have dedicated 5 years to crafting our epic Wuxia open-world action-adventure RPG game, so we’re really looking forward to bringing it to all you PlayStation fans. Wuxia is a genre of fiction and cinema featuring warriors from ancient China often shown using superhuman martial arts feats – think Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or House of The Flying Daggers. Then, think of you, as a young swordsman or swordswoman, getting the chance to master these amazing Chinese martial arts, to enhance your combat prowess or, more intriguingly – to solve puzzles and traverse our vast landscape.

Amazon secures open-world driving game from former Forza Horizon devs - videogameschronicle.com - Britain
videogameschronicle.com
29.05.2024 / 18:13

Amazon secures open-world driving game from former Forza Horizon devs

Amazon Games has announced a publishing deal with Maverick Games for a new driving game from former Forza Horizon developers.

Ex-Forza Horizon devs and Skins co-creator want you to ‘fall in love with’ the characters in their story-led open-world driving game - rockpapershotgun.com
rockpapershotgun.com
29.05.2024 / 17:07

Ex-Forza Horizon devs and Skins co-creator want you to ‘fall in love with’ the characters in their story-led open-world driving game

It’s been a little while since we last heard about the untitled open-world driving game from Maverick Games, the studio opened a couple of years back by ex-Playground Games veterans including former Forza Horizon 5 creative director Mike Brown. We still don’t know what the team’s new game is called or when it might hit the road, but we have been given a few more snippets of what to expect and news on who’ll be helping pump up its tires and fill it with fuel as publisher.

Amazon Games to publish Maverick Games-developed open-world driving game for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC - gematsu.com - Britain
gematsu.com
29.05.2024 / 14:23

Amazon Games to publish Maverick Games-developed open-world driving game for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC

Amazon Games has reached an agreement with Maverick Games to publish its upcoming narrative-led, open-world driving game for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC, the company announced.

Amazon Games Lands Open-World Driving Game From Ex-Forza Horizon Devs - ign.com - Britain
ign.com
29.05.2024 / 13:10

Amazon Games Lands Open-World Driving Game From Ex-Forza Horizon Devs

Forza Horizon may soon have some competition. Amazon Games announced today that it has struck a deal with Maverick Games for a "narrative-led open-world driving game," which is set to release on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

Amazon Games signs publishing deal with Maverick Games for new narrative-led open-world driving game - amazongames.com - Britain
amazongames.com
29.05.2024 / 13:09

Amazon Games signs publishing deal with Maverick Games for new narrative-led open-world driving game

Amazon Games announced today that it has reached an agreement with Maverick Games to publish a new AAA multi-platform title. The unannounced game will be a narrative-led, open-world driving game for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

No Man's Sky lead teases a second look at Light No Fire, Hello Games' hotly-anticipated open-world game - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
28.05.2024 / 13:23

No Man's Sky lead teases a second look at Light No Fire, Hello Games' hotly-anticipated open-world game

Following No Man's Sky's divisive launch and incredible turnaround, Hello Games made similarly big promises when drumming up hype for its second game Light No Fire, itself a sort of fantasy take on the 'go anywhere, do everything' formula. It now sounds like we'll learn more details in an imminent second trailer, based on teases from the studio's co-founder. 

2024’s best Metroidvania Animal Well might not get a sequel, but its creator wants to make another game in the same 8-bit universe - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
26.05.2024 / 13:37

2024’s best Metroidvania Animal Well might not get a sequel, but its creator wants to make another game in the same 8-bit universe

In a year already bursting with killer Metroidvanias to sink into, Animal Well managed to tower over its competition and became the year’s second-best-reviewed game when it came out earlier this month. Now, as players are mopping up the minimalist world's last remaining secrets, the game's creator is turning his gaze toward an Animal Well follow-up, which may or may not be a proper sequel.

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