A group of veteran AAA developers who’ve worked on The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077, Dead Island, and more have banded together to form Starward Industries. And today, the studio revealed its first project, a next-gen, first-person sci-fi thriller called The Invincible. Starward Industries is a new studio but packs some serious pedigree around the Polish AAA development community. Their first project, The Invincible, is a first-person Sci-fi adventure where a scientist traverses a hostile planet to find their missing crewmates. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=the-invincible-screenshots&captions=true”] The Invincible will include non-linear storytelling where the story is shaped by your relationships, “choices and persuasive skills.” As it turns out, a missing crew is only the start of your troubles on Regis III. Starward Industries describes their projects as AA built with AAA experience. “We want to pursue quality mastered in previous endeavors and to deliver it in smaller, yet even and groundbreaking projects,” the team says on its homepage. There’s no release date or trailer yet for The Invincible, but you can check out its visuals and retro-futurist aesthetics from a handful of screenshots on its official Steam page in the gallery above. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.
Hey All, I have a small studio here in Pennsylvania, we been working on a Fantasy RPG and we are looking to do a round of testing this weekend. We need some gamers to drive into our game and give us some honest feedback. The test will be on PC/MAC but on release it will […]
So I just began playing smash bro’s online and I like using Corrin. He/she is just fun for me…except everyone keeps killing themselves right when I’m doing well! WTH guys? I tried to look up the answer online. Couldn’t find it. My husband plays with King K Rool. He says it’s never happened to him […]
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Earlier this year, developer Psyonix announced it would be transitioning its phenomenally popular four-wheeled footie game Rocket League to a free-to-play model, and it's now confirmed that will happen next Wednesday, 23rd September. Since its launch in 2015, Rocket League has been sold as a premium title with an upfront fee, despite the myriad monetisation […]
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Hot off the surprise addition of Super Mario All-Stars to the Super NES library of Nintendo Switch Online earlier this month, Nintendo has announced the full lineup of September additions to its subscription catalog. In addition to the already-released Super Mario All-Stars, the Super NES library will receive three new additions, while the NES library […]
It’s happening … we hope. Now that Microsoft has confirmed the Xbox Series X and Series S price and release dates, and most of the major third-parties have solidified their end-of-2020 release schedules, it’s finally time for Sony to fill in all the blanks still surrounding the PlayStation 5’s launch. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/09/16/ps5-showcase-event-livestream”] And so a lot of expectations rest on the shoulders of Wednesday’s PS5 showcase — expectations that include seeing the launch lineup, the UI, and, of course, finding out that price and release date…and maybe when we can actually preorder a PS5. With those expectations and questions in mind, here’s our best guess of what will, and won’t, be at the PS5 event this week, which you can watch live on IGN. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/ps5-reveal-event-in-5-minutes”] What Sony Has Said about the PS5 Event Sony’s announcement of the PS5 showcase contains very little concrete details about the event, but it at least tells us this much: The PS5 is still set for a holiday 2020 launch. The showcase will be “around 40 minutes,” so a bit shorter than the June PS5 reveal event. It will feature both first-party games and third-party titles. The focus is on both PS5 launch games, and some set to hit the next-gen system after launch. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/09/11/why-xbox-series-s-game-pass-is-microsofts-secret-weapon-next-gen-console-watch”] And that’s it! Thankfully, there is plenty Sony can fill those 40 minutes with, like… PS5 Price and Release Date While Sony’s announcement made no mention of either bit of info, the price and launch date are essential pieces of the PS5 puzzle that have to be answered. If included – and again, I can’t stress how much they have to be this late in the game – these will likely be the closing details of the show, but it’s information Sony has to get out there before next week. Preorders open up for Xbox’s next-gen consoles on Sept..
Nintendo has confirmed today that their popular Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp smartphone title won’t work with Apple’s IOS 14 which launches for iPhone and iPad (iPadOS 14) tomorrow. The company says that users should try and hold off downloading the wide ranging update for iPhones and iPad, though they have mentioned that they are trying […]
Crytek has today released a new tech trailer demonstrating the visual upgrades and optimizations featured in Crysis Remastered. The Crysis Remastered video you will see shows footage of the original in comparison to the remastered version, displaying in 8K. Crysis Remastered takes advantage of current generation hardware and technology advances to include a range of […]