The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022


Rockstar has supposedly retired GTA 4 and Red Dead remasters and Lollipop Chainsaw is getting a revamp.

The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022

You can definitely relax, you haven't traveled once more into the past. The present gathering simply has a more retro feel than expected as a few games from the Xbox 360/PS3 age are in the news today, including the report that Rockstar has supposedly retired GTA 4 and Red Dead Redemption remasters.


Our other popular narratives incorporated the declaration of a Lollipop Chainsaw redo and a Metal Gear: Rising Revenagance speedrunner's story of slyness. You'll track down additional subtleties on these accounts, and a few additional cutting edge titles, underneath.

The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022

Rockstar Has Reportedly Shelved Red Dead Redemption And GTA 4 Remasters To Focus On GTA 6

On the off chance that you were expecting a remaster of either Red Dead Redemption or GTA 4, you're likely in for a huge delay. As indicated by another report, remasters of the two titles were "on the table" at Rockstar before the unfortunate gathering of GTA: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition put an end to the entire thing. Rockstar is presently apparently centered around GTA 6, albeit the designer might return to the chance of these remasters once GTA 6 has sent. Can hardly stand by to play Red Dead Redemption Remastered in 2042

The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022

Candy Chainsaw Remake Launching 2023

Candy Chainsaw isn't a title the vast majority expected to get a change, however Dragami Games CEO Yoshimi still up in the air to acquaint the 2012 faction exemplary with present day crowds. A revamp is presently affirmed to be in progress for a 2023 delivery and will be made by the improvement staff behind the first game. Be that as it may, it very well may be somewhat unique in relation to what we recall as Yasuda has made sense of the game will highlight another soundtrack due to permitting issues and a "more reasonable way to deal with illustrations."

The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022


SGDQ 2022 Speedrunner Comes Clean On His Faked World Record Run

Russian speedrunner Mekarazium as of late blew everybody away with his Metal Gear: Rising Revengeance world record as SGDQ last end of the week, yet tragically, they have since confessed all and conceded to faking the entire thing. Mekarazium was permitted to take part somewhat this year and quickly exploited this new opportunity, sewing together pre-recorded sections of interactivity to cause it to seem like the world record was broken. The speedrunner has since apologized and trusts this doesn't influence the legitimacy of online runs from here out

The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022

Watchmen Of The Galaxy Writer Mary DeMarle Confirmed To Be Working On Next Mass Effect


An interesting piece of uplifting news for Mass Effect fans was uncovered today, as BioWare project chief Michael Gamble has affirmed that Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy essayist Mary DeMarle will be dealing with the following Mass Effect project. Wonder's Guardians of the Galaxy was generally lauded for its story and composing, something where DeMarle had an enormous hand in. Square Enix's misfortune is presently BioWare's benefit, as Mass Effect 5 currently has much more high-profile composing ability ready.


The Biggest Gaming News For July 7, 2022

New Ubisoft Forward Showcase Coming In September, Will Feature Multiple Game Updates


Ubisoft is outfitting to show us what it has cooking as the distributer has reported another Ubisoft Forward exhibit for September 10 not long from now. While Ubisoft didn't uncover what will be there, it uncovers there will be various game reports on recently declared projects. It's potential we could get a delivery date for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Ubisoft has as of late declared that we'll catch wind representing things to come of Assassin's Creed eventually during that very month.