EA has confirmed that the next Need for Speed is Need For Speed: Most Wanted. While the game was previously outed by an E3 schedule, EA has now confirmed the news in a post on the game’s official Facebook page.
According to the post, Most Wanted will be developed by Criterion and will be unveiled at EA’s E3 press conference next week. In addition, the first screenshot has also been revealed. The game will be released on October 30, 2012.
The hype for Assassin’s Creed III is reaching unprecedented levels for Ubisoft. The publisher today said that in the three weeks since the game’s preorder campaign kicked off, it has already exceeded the total US preorder numbers of Assassin’s Creed: Read more
How many Worms games have been released over the last 17 years? And on how many different platforms? It’s a question that is probably worthy of a 30,000-word university thesis… but I’m going to give you the short answer: a lot. Adding to this collection is Worms Revolution, a new 3D-ish sequel to the hugely popular invertebrate-exploding series. Read more
The Street Fighter franchise will be without one of its lead producers for some time. Writing on Twitter, Yoshinori Ono said he is temporarily stepping away from his post to recover from an unspecified illness.
The fall of Cybertron is set for August. Activision today announced via a new trailer that Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will arrive for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on August 28. Previously, the game was expected sometime this fall.
Part of the process is canceling upcoming titles. Sega did not specify which games have been axed, and as of press time, Sega had not responded to GameSpot’s request for comment. Sega made clear that forthcoming games from the Sonic the Hedgehog, Football Manager, Total War, and Aliens franchises have not been canceled.