Destiny’s House of Wolves Expansion Coming 19th May
Destiny’s next expansion pack the House of Wolves will launch May 19th.
Bungie’s Community Manager DeeJ invited players to visit “The Reef” when the expansion launches. Players “will join the allies of the Queen to hunt down the traitorous Fallen from the House of Wolves.” Check out the trailer:
Over the course of the next month, Bungie will be pulling the wraps off of all the new activities, modes, events and gear you’ll have access to.
Hideo Kojima Hasn’t Been Fired From Konami?
Hideo Kojima has not bee fired by Konami according to Metal Gear Solid voice actor Donna Burke.
After saying he was fired last month Burke has retracted her comments saying “Konami is correct in that Kojima has not actually been fired. As I stated previously he and his team are still working hard on getting the game out. My sincere apologies to Konami, Hideo Kojima and the fans for giving the wrong impression,”
“I was trying to add my voice to Otsuka-san pleading with the fans to not abandon MGSV because of the stuff happening at Konami and to throw my support behind Kojima and everyone who has worked over the last five years and is working to make this game the greatest ever.”
Still sounds a bit shady to me.
The Order 1886 Photo Mode Revealed
Ready at Dawn has added a photo mode to The Order 1886.
Photo Mode allows you to turn off the HUD, pivot the camera around, and capture images of the game’s fantastic visuals.
You’ll also be able to tinker with the game’s colour grading, so if you want to see The Order 1886 in high-contrast black & white, there’s an option for that. You can also adjust brightness, lens flare, depth of field and more. There’s even an option to exclude the player character, enemies, or everyone if you want to capture just the environment.
Vita Gets Memory Freed Up
Sony’s latest update for the Vita frees up 30 percent of the system’s memory.
PlayStation shared new details on Update 3.50, noting that it “allows for 30 percent more memory size usage with games.”
It’s safe to assume that this could increase the performance of games.
Xbox One Receives Price Drop in the UK
The Xbox One now costs £300 in the UK.
The price is down from the previous RRP of £350.
a spokesperson saying the following: “This is a UK-only retail promotion and offers great value for fans looking to buy an Xbox One ahead of the launch of 2015’s highly-anticipated games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Batman: Arkham Knight, along with Xbox exclusives such as Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza Motorsport 6 and Halo 5: Guardians.”
This could very easily be a temporary cut then.