Silent Hill 2 is getting a remake and the first ever screenshot of Obsidian’s Avowed leaked.
Silent Hill fans have been eating well today, as Konami showcased the future of the series after its pretty long hiatus. In the showcase, it was finally revealed that Silent Hill 2 is indeed getting a remake and that Bloober Team is the one behind it.
Elsewhere, we also got to see a very small part of Obsidian’s upcoming fantasy RPG Avowed as a screenshot leaked online, while CD Projekt Red has revealed that Cyberpunk 2077 is more popular than ever before. For all the details, read on.
Silent Hill 2 Remake Revealed, Is A PS5 Console Exclusive
Silent Hill is back with a bang as Konami revealed not just one title, but a whole host of games that will release in the future. The biggest of the bunch was the long-rumored Silent Hill 2 remake, which is now confirmed to be a PS5 console exclusive and is being developed by The Medium and Layers of Fear developer Bloober Team. Konami also announced a brand new Silent Hill game called Silent Hill: f, along with two other titles called Silent Hill: Townfall and Silent Hill: Ascension, both of which are rather unique and not your typical SH titles.
Avowed Screenshot Supposedly Leaked
Away from Silent Hill now, as Windows Central reporter Jez Corden probably got a telling off today after accidentally revealing the first in-game screenshot of Obisidian’s upcoming fantasy RPG Avowed. Corden was supposed to share a blurred version of the screenshot but instead shared the full thing. The image was quickly replaced, but not before eager fans got ahold of it and spread it all over social media. The image itself is a pair of hands performing some kind of magic spell in a foresty location.
Cyberpunk 2077 Has Had Over 1 Million Daily Players For Four Weeks In A Row
Cyberpunk 2077 is more popular than ever, with a large part of that due to the quality and success of the Cyberpunk: Edgerunners anime series. Millions have players have flocked to the game since watching the show, and it seems like they’re sticking around too. We know this because CD Projekt Red recently shared that Cyberpunk 2077 has had over 1 million daily players for the past four weeks in a row.
Xbox Confirms Call Of Duty Won’t Be On Game Pass For A Number Of Years Due To Sony Agreement
We have a couple of Activision Blizzard-related stories for you to round things out, as Xbox is still trying to convince everyone that it snapping up Call of Duty isn’t bad for the industry. Xbox has responded to the CMA’s recent worry that the publisher putting Call of Duty on Game Pass could potentially undercut sales on PlayStation. It claims that it won’t even be able to put the series on the service for “a number of years” due to preexisting deals between Activision Blizzard and Sony.
Activision Blizzard Albany Wins Right To Vote On Union
Finally, we have some more good news on the union front, as Activision Blizzard Albany – the studio previously known as Vicarious Visions – has won the right to hold a union vote. The NLRB has decided that voting should be allowed after coming to the conclusion that QA testers at the studio are “paid significantly less than developers” and that there are barely any progression options for those that wish to work in different departments. If the vote succeeds, Activision Blizzard Albany will be the second company under Activision Blizzard to unionize following Raven Software.