Warhammer 40K: Darktide Console Version Delayed | GameSpot News – GS News Updates

Warhammer 40,000 Xbox Series X On Twitter, developer Fatshark released a statement announcing the delay, citing community feedback as the reason for the delay.

Fatshark will implement a complete crafting system, a more rewarding progression loop, as well as fine-tune the game’s stability and performance before bringing the title to consoles and releasing new content.

It’s probably best to address all of this before introducing the game to more players because Darktide, despite its flaws, has been generally well received. In GameSpot’s Warhammer 40,000: Darktide PC review, Mark Delaney wrote, “Darktide is both a promising Left 4 Dead-like and a poor live service, but its problems can be fixed, and Warmantide’s development shows that.” Darktide will also enjoy a long shelf life. Life is one of the best games of its kind.”

If you’re on Xbox, and need something to tide you over until the release of Darktide, wonder what it’s like to revisit a blast from the past! GoldenEye is coming to Game Pass before the end of the month. An upgraded version of the game will be released on the service on Friday, January 27.

Golden E 007 originally came out on the Nintendo 64 in 1997 and was based on the 1995 film starring Pierce Brosnan. The important caveat to remember, however, is that this updated version of the game will feature online multiplayer on Nintendo Switch, but not Xbox. Instead, the James Bond title will feature achievements, split-screen multiplayer, and 4K resolution on Microsoft’s console.

The Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack costs $50 per year and is the only way to play GoldenEye 007 on this system. The game will be available through Xbox Game Pass but will also be part of Rare Replay on Xbox. This means you won’t necessarily need to subscribe to a service to play in Microsoft’s ecosystem.

We’ll see how the 25-year-old game holds up today when it drops this weekend, but back in 1997, Jeff Gerstman said in a GameSpot review, “Golden Eye doesn’t just live up to its ‘quality, not quantity’ mantra.” Nintendo continues to tout, it has left it behind.

Yes ladies and gentlemen, Jeff really is that old.



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