Gamepressure.com News 17 October 2019
Need for Speed Heat Hardware Requirements
Agnes Adamus, 17 October 2019, 23:14
Electronic Arts shared the hardware requirements for Need for Speed: Heat - the latest installment of the iconic racing game series.
The Outer Worlds on Xbox One Will Require 38 GB Patch
Bart Woldanski, 17 October 2019, 22:58
Obsidian Entertainment warned potential buyers of the boxed version of The Outer Worlds on Xbox One that on the day of release a 38 GB patch will b waiting for them. PlayStation 4 users can reast easy as the patch is supposed to be half as big for them.
New Gameplays and Impressions From Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Paul Wozniak, 17 October 2019, 22:35
First impressions from the closed show of Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order have appeared on the Internet. Everything seems to indicate that we will get a game offering a lot of opportunities for exploration and satisfying combat. The game will be free of any form of microtransactions, endgame or post-release events.
The Outer Worlds in 4K Only on Xbox One X; PS4 Pro Without Upgrades [Updated]
Bart Swiatek, 17 October 2019, 22:28
The Outer Worlds on Xbox One X will have some graphical improvements. Creators do not plan to upgrade the game's visuals on PlayStation 4 Pro.
PC Version of Red Dead Redemption 2 on Trailer in 4K and 60 FPS
Milosz Szubert, 17 October 2019, 22:17
Rockstar has published a trailer of the PC version of Red Dead Redemption II, the studio's last year Western hit. As announced, the game will debut on November 5, this year.
New Video From The Outer Worlds Presents Over an Hour of Gameplay
Jacob Blazewicz, 17 October 2019, 15:57
Giant Bomb published an over an hour of gameplay footage from The Outer Worlds. The video presents the first steps of the character on the planet Halcyon, as well as some of the residents of the corporate colony.
Problems Between Blizzard and Nintendo Result in Overwatch Refunds?
Bart Swiatek, 17 October 2019, 15:38
There are reports on the web that Nintendo does not promote Overwatch - at least not in the USA. Some users also report problems with the game's availability in the eShop and the alleged possibility of refunds of the title. Is the case somehow related to the events in Hong Kong? Or is it just a simple misunderstanding?
Not Just Windows 7 - Microsoft Ends Support for Office 2010
Laty, 17 October 2019, 14:04
Each Microsoft product has a specific support cycle during which the company implements new features, fixes errors, and ensures user safety. For Office 2010 this support will end on October 13, 2020.
Three Gameplays From Warcraft 3: Reforged
Milosz Szubert, 17 October 2019, 13:51
Three long gameplays appeared on the web, presenting Warcraft III: Reforged - the refreshed version of the popular RTS from Blizzard. The production is expected to be released later this year.
Fallout 4 Mod Expands Diamond City and Offers New Quests
Bart Swiatek, 17 October 2019, 13:22
The Bleachers - A Diamond City Story mod expands one of the locations available in Fallout 4 and enriches the game with new quests, a radio station, several fully voiced characters with their own personalities and stories and a number of items.
Hong Kong Protests: Blizzard Bans Further Hearthstone Players
Julia Dragovic, 17 October 2019, 12:54
After the AU Hearthstone team supported Hong Kong protests in an official stream stream, Blizzard decided to impose a six-month suspension penalty on the players.
Google Stadia Controller Not so Wireless on PC and Smartphone
Bart Swiatek, 17 October 2019, 12:51
It seems that the Google Stadia controller will only allow wireless playing if the games are streamed using Chromecast Ultra. If you want to use the Stadia on your smartphone or PC, you will need to connect it to the gamepad with a USB-C cable, or... use a different controller.
Sony Won't Abandon PS Now After the Launch of PS5
Bart Swiatek, 17 October 2019, 12:41
In an interview for Famitsu magazine, Yasuhiro Osaki from Sony assured that PlayStation Now streaming service would not be abandoned after the release of PS5. Also, the patent registered by the company suggests that the Japanese have far-reaching plans for this subscription service.