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Every Game Designer in the World Thinks DualSense Is a Lovely Toy, Says Arkane Dev

After seeing/hearing what the PlayStation DualSense is capable and new features showcased shows that the controller is going to be a game changer, lately, a lot developers has praised the Sony's next-gen controller "DualSense" and we're so interesting to see how this controller will work out. 

In a recent video interview with IGN, Arkane's Dinga Bakaba (Game Director of Deathloop) discussed the PlayStation 5 features of the upcoming game, among which the haptics feedback and active triggers of the DualSense are a perfect match to enhance immersion in Deathloop.
Having higher fidelity on screen and make the team's work shine in a way that never did before is really exciting. 
Of course I mentioned the frame rate before, I think that's really important. Until now, our games on consoles have always been locked at 30 frames per second. Being able to target 60 FPS for an action game is very exciting. I think that's a real boost, but also something we're really excited about is the controller DualSense. It's got a lot of nice features, with the haptics feedback and the active triggers. We're a first person game, we really value immersion a lot in our games and being able to really feel the weapon in your hands, its reaction, how it reloads, how it reacts to reloading... I think every game designer in the world that got their hands on the DualSense think it's a lovely toy, and I think that the players will also enjoy those functionalities. For us, again, targeting immersion it's a really nice opportunity we're excited about, so between power and the controller, it's very, very exciting.
The 'assassin action game' Deathloop is scheduled to hit PC and PlayStation 5, but no official release date for now.
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Gabe Newell Believes Xbox Series X is Better Than PS5

Valve  co-founder Gabe Newell has said that Xbox Series X is better than PS5 in his view. During a brief interview on New Zealand's The Project, Gabe Newell shared his thoughts on being stuck in New Zealand as he and his family weathers the global on going pandemic.

Speaking to The Project NZ, Newell was asked which of the two next-gen consoles was better, he said, quite bluntly, "The Xbox." When asked why, he said, "Because it is."
"I don't have a stake in that race," he continued. "Obviously, we [Valve] do most of our development on personal computers, but of the two I would definitely go with an Xbox."
Gabe Newell didn't state any precise reasons for his opinion. Microsoft has made much of the fact that its console is, on paper, the more powerful of the two machines. 

Both next generation consoles will be achieving different methods to the fidelity and performance necessary to handle the future of console gaming and every developer has their own preference when it comes to the two platforms.

Both Sony and Microsoft are releasing their next-gen consoles this holiday, the official price is not yet announced.
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Resident Evil Village is reportedly going to get another trailer next month. 

According to a reputable leaker Dusk Golem, he revealed that the new trailer for the next entry in the survival-horror series will be shared in August, alongside some other things.
Weeks ago we heard that Resident Evil Village development is around 60% complete according to Japanese magazine Famitsu. 

Resident Evil Village releases on a yet to be confirmed date on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
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Nubia Red Magic Wi-Fi Gaming Router

Nubia will be holding an event in China where it will reveal the Red Magic 5S gaming smartphone and a new smartwatch on July 28th. The Red Magic Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router is shaped like a cube. The top part itself has a Red Magic logo that glows red while “Wi-Fi 6” is inscribed on one of its sides. The Router comes with a silver finish and the four corners of the top are air vents.

Nubia Red Magic Wi-Fi Gaming Router

The post was shared on Weibo by Ni Fei, the company’s CEO. According to him, the Wi-Fi 6 router brings support for game acceleration when connected to Red Magic phones. The router uses a high-performance CPU and has OFDMA technology allowing multiple devices to enjoy the benefits of Wi-Fi 6 simultaneously. The router makes use of a mesh network for wider coverage and stronger wall penetration.

The company revealed an unusual invite for its event on Tuesday, July 28. The invite is a portable fan with a built-in retro brick game. This is really interesting, and apparently, it’s the company’s way to tease its new gaming device coming with an active cooling fan. 

Nubia Red Magic Wi-Fi Gaming Router

The portable fan has seven blades, comes in white, and has the familiar Red Magic logo in the middle. The handle has been made significantly wider compared to other portable fans. This way, the device is capable of housing the necessary components for running the game.

The company will be revealing its new gaming phone dubbed Red Magic 5S. The device promises to be a massive upgrade in terms of performance thanks to the recently released Snapdragon 865 Plus giving power to it. The new chipset offers a 3.09GHz clock for its big core.
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The big Xbox Games Showcase is done dusted and we didn't see any new trailer of Senua's Sega: Hellblade II (sure we'll see another, before the game is launched).

But anyways,Ninja Theory has confirmed that Hellblade II takes place in Iceland, and have released a new development video showing many of the real-life locations they scouted for Senua’s latest journey. Don't raise your eye balls is not a trailer is just a video that hint many of the sights and sounds you’ll be experiencing in Hellblade II. You can check out the video for yourself, below.

It definitely sounds like Hellblade II is going to be a much larger game than its predecessor. The original Hellblade could be wrapped up in around 6 or 7 hours, while the sequel will apparently see Senua travel “hundreds of miles across Iceland.” But hey, is not confirmed if the  Hellblade II will be a full open-world game, it should be a breathtaking visual feast, as Ninja Theory has reconfirmed the game will be running on Epic’s Unreal Engine 5 tech.
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Another PlayStation 5 launch title is going to be announced very soon, and it will be a mind blowing title.

In a new video, YouTuber Moore's Law is Dead reported that a source who confirmed many of the details of the Xbox Game Showcase before the airing of the event revealed that Sony will show another PlayStation 5 launch title during a new State of Play that should air sometime in August.

This game will mark the return of a PlayStation franchise that used to be big, and apparently Mark Cerny himself is working on it.

Additionally, this source cited by Moore's Law is Dead revealed that a new God of War is also going to be revealed during the August State of Play. The direct sequel to the 2018's PlayStation 4 exclusive is apparently releasing in late 2021.

In his video, Moore's Law is Dead also addresses some other rumors regarding the PlayStation 5 hardware. Of course the video is located below you can hear him out while he states what he claimed, coming in August.

Other rumors also revealed a PlayStation 5 exclusive new entry in the Silent Hill series is going to be showcased during the event.
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Ghost of Tsushima is now the fastest-selling new Sony IP right now as reported few hours ago by Sony. The game managed to sell through over 2.4 million units globally in the first three days since launch.
Excellent work from Sucker Punch. Frankly, we won't be surprised if we see Ghost of Tsushima on the list of Game of The Year (GOTY) award this year.

Lately metacritic changed players score submissions for the Ghost of Tsushima, looks like they don't want to have same experience with TLoUP 2.