This week in gaming, aka TWIG, shines a light on the top stories in gaming land of the past week.
Fallout 4 game of the year at DICE awards
Games in the running for the GotY award were Bloodborne, Ori and the Blind Forest, Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Withcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Fallout 4.
Bethesda working on three new games
This was announced at the DICE awards by Bethesda-boss Todd Howard. “We’re working on three projects for the long term. More on that in the future, but the projects are different from the things we’ve done before, while still being Bethesda-style games,” Howard said.
The Division open beta great success
Publisher Ubisoft revealed 6,4 million players played the open beta of the upcoming game, which is a record: the biggest open beta of a new IP for a current generation platform. Average playtime per player was around 5 hours.
Nintendo announces Pokémon direct for February 26
Focusses on Pokémon, like PokémonGO for mobile platforms.
Open beta for PS4 for upcoming Hitman game
Available to PlayStation Plus users.
Take-Two interactive present at E3
Rumor has it Rockstar games, owned by Take 2, might announce something, like a new Red Dead Redemption game.
New Pokémon games called ‘Sun’ and ‘Moon’
Trademarks were registered. The Nintendo Direct might offer clarification. Logos have surfaced as well:
Batman V Superman hits Rocket League with new DLC
On March 8, you’ll be able to drive the Batmobile as part of the upcoming Batman V Superman movie. DLC might also include a new arena.
Check the trailer: