Weekly News Roundup Issue #84

This is your latest Weekly News Roundup. Every week we gather together last week's most prominent news from right here at KeenGamer for the busier folks out there looking for more bitesize news. This week we have fresh news on multiple AAA game delays, surprise news on upcoming games and much more.

Weekly News Roundup Issue #84

KeenGamer weekly news is a series of articles designed to bring you the hottest gaming and pop culture related news. Each news is presented in a bite-sized format and will lead you to the original source of the news if you want to find out more details.

Dying Light 2 has been delayed indefinitely

Dying Light 2 delay

Another one to the polishing bin

Developer Techland has delayed the highly anticipated open-world zombie game Dying Light. It’s highly unfortunate news as it was one of the biggest titles set to release during the spring of 2020 which now seems rather empty. In a message written to fans, the developer stated that the reason for the delay was that they needed more time to bring the game up to their high standards and expectations. For the full statement and more information on this delay, be sure to check out our original coverage.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 reportedly fast-tracked for a 2021 release

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 coming next year

Can’t wait for more of the good old webhead

Among all the delays, we also have some good news like the Spider-Man 2 rumor. A leak came from Daily Gaming Report and suggests the second entry will release in 2021, with a reveal coming later this year. The leak also had a bunch more information on the map size, playable characters, the villains and much more. To find out all the details, check out our detailed overview of the leak.

Horizon Zero Dawn will probably come to PC very soon

Horizon Zero Dawn coming to PC

Get ready for even more robo-dino eye candy

PC gamers rejoice! One of the best and most successful PlayStation 4 games – Horizon Zero Dawn, is coming to the platform. While a release window has not been given, it’s expected to launch in the second part of this year. All we have to say is that we can’t wait to play it again with all the improvements that PC ports usually entail. For more details on this report, check out our original coverage of the news.

Tears galore – Cyberpunk 2077 release pushed back by 5 months 

Cyberpunk 2077 delayed

Take all the time you need CDPR

Probably the most anticipated game ever – Cyberpunk 2077 has been pushed back by almost half a year. Instead of it releasing in April, we’ll need to wait for it all the way until September. CDPR issued an official statement explaining the delay where they confirmed that the game is finished and playable but needs more polish. While we are sad that we’ll have to wait, we ultimately want to receive the absolute best possible product and understand the decision. It’s only funny that some developers pushed back the release of their games as to not compete with Cyberpunk and now they’ve been hilariously Cyberpunk’d.

We’ll finally get new info on Baldur’s Gate 3

Baldurs Gate 3 info finally coming our way

If it’s as half as good as Original Sin 2, it’ll be a smash hit

After years of waiting, developer Larian Studios has tweeted a Baldur’s Gate III teaser. Granted, the teaser doesn’t really reveal much but is instead an announcement of further announcements down the line. There is some footage of the team working of the game and the thing ends with an ominous: “Something is brewing”. Another hit for the studios is what considering their portfolio. To check out the announcement trailer, the teaser itself and more information on the game, check out our original coverage.

Move aside Pokemon, Temtem is the new sheriff in town

Temtem is a new creature collection game

Many like it much more than the latest Pokemon game

Temtem is a massively multiplayer creature collection adventure inspired by Pokémon. The game all sorts of lovely critters to capture and do battle with along with an eye-catching aesthetic and a large land for you to explore. So far, the word around the internet is that the game is actually much better than Pokemon in many aspects, even though it was a crowdfunding project and is still in Early Access. To find out more information on the game before you try it out, be sure to check out our release coverage.


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