Another of the news of the week came on Friday night with the presentation of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which will be available in 2023. For this year they have secured their arrival Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (October 28), The Lord of the Rings: Gollum (September 1) and Temtem (September 6). On the other hand, Microsoft continues to work on Keystone, the code name for the streaming for Xbox Cloud Gaming, and Take-Two has completed the purchase of Zynga for $12.7 billion.
In technology, AMD has offered a first look at Ryzen 7000 chips and announced the Mendocino APU for laptops, Asus has presented a screen with a refresh rate of 500 Hz and LG has renewed its catalog of 47-inch OLED monitors and two IPS. For its part, Microsoft has announced new features for Windows 11 such as the widgets of third parties, Nvidia advanced a sharp drop in product sales gaming and Broadcom has confirmed the purchase of VMware for 61,000 million dollars
- Ed Fries says that Game Pass could negatively affect game sales and compares it to Spotify.
- Microsoft continues to work on Keystone, the codename for the streaming device for Xbox Cloud Gaming.
- Neve Campbell joins the cast of the Twisted Metal series.
- Some classic PS Plus games use 50Hz PAL versions and developers may add trophies.
- Sony wants half of its games to reach PC and mobile devices by 2025.
- PlayStation will invest more in games as a service than in traditional ones and PS VR2 will launch with more than 20 titles.
- Sony confirms that God of War (Prime Video), Horizon (Netflix) and Gran Turismo will have a series.
- V Rising exceeds 500,000 units sold.
- Announced For the King II, a roguelike with role-playing elements and turn-based combat.
- Netflix embeds four games, Moonlighter, Dragon Up, Townsmen – A Kingdom Rebuilt, and Exploding Kittens – The Game.
- The developer of V Rising shows his surprise at the success of the title, which already has a million units sold.
- Daybreak Games cancels the development of a Marvel-licensed MMO.
- Streets of Rage 4 comes to iOS and Android.
- Dune: Spice Wars shows a roadmap that includes a multiplayer mode and a new faction.
- BioShock: The Collection is free on the Epic Games Store and in June Prime Gaming will deliver Far Cry 4 among other games.
- Steam Deck reduces fan noise and allows you to adjust the refresh rate on the fly.
- AMD reveals the main lines of its Ryzen 7000 chips: up to 16 Zen 4 cores, more than 5 GHz, 5 nm and new socket AM5.
- AMD announces Mendocino budget laptop APU, based on modernized Zen 2.
- Broadcom negotiates the purchase of the provider of services in the cloud VMware for about 50,000 million dollars.
- The Asus ROG Swift 500 Hz becomes official as the world’s fastest gaming monitor.
- Windows 11 will receive third-party widgets, app restoration, and miscellaneous improvements to Android support.
- LG renews its catalog of UltraGear monitors with a large 47-inch OLED model and two high-performance IPS.
- Nvidia expects a sharp drop in sales of gaming products, with its shares plummeting.
- Broadcom announces the purchase of VMware for 61,000 million dollars.