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Weekly News Wrap-Up - 5/31/14


Hello everyone and welcome to the the May 31st edition of the Weekly News Wrap-Up! I apologize for this being a few minutes late today, but I finally got my hands on Watch_Dogs for a few hours, and was getting very immersed into the game, and I just got to my PC again a little while ago! Don't fret, for the Wrap-Up is still packed with awesome content all in one place for your reading pleasure! So sit back, relax, and enjoy!


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The Order: 1886 Delayed to Early 2015

One of Sony's largest exclusives of 2014 was The Order: 1886, following a steampunk styled Industrial Revolution during the Victorian Era, and an unknown and ancient threat, a plot that seems to show promise. I say 'was' because it was recently announced over on PlayStation.com in a blog entry that The Order would be delayed to early 2015, likely February, with a heap of other triple-A titles like Metal Gear Solid: V, Dying Light, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to name a few. The developer, Ready at Dawn, gave the typical reasoning for the delay, explaining how more time was needed to craft the game to perfection. "we have decided to spend some extra time to deliver on the promise we made . . . you can expect The Order: 1886 to come exclusively to the PlayStation 4 in early 2015." They said.


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Are you pleased that The Order: 1886 has been delayed so that it can be adjusted and fixed to the appropriate state a game should launch in, or has this solidified your reasoning that the PlayStation 4 needs more games soon as it's running dry? Let me know below!




Destiny 'Art of', 'Making of', and Poster Collection Books Revealed

Destiny has had much hype leading up to it's fall release, but we're all left scratching our heads on scarce details for two main deals which Bungie has remained silent on, Destiny Books, and a Collector's Edition, and while the Collector's Edition has yet to be mentioned, we have received confirmation of three Destiny books! A Reddit.com user spotted the books in his June Comic Previews catalog and took a screenshot of them, showcasing the three different types mentioned above. Each is labeled as being ''Available only within the United States" which could be a complicated situation for those in outside countries looking for Destiny memorabilia. The Art of Destiny is 160 pages, the Poster Collection is 40 pages, and the Making of Destiny is 156 pages. The Artbook and 'Making of' run at $45 USD each and the poster collection at $24.99 USD.


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Will you be buying the three books, or just certain ones? Discuss below!


Dishonored 2: Darkness of Tyvia Fact Sheet Leaked

Dishonored was a huge game in 2012, and made a large mark in a year of innovative and new games that aren't widely known or have the biggest budget becoming large hits. It makes sense that reps from the development team would say things like, "We clearly have a new franchise" and this statement is further backed with the leak over on VG247.com, who's source leaked them a fact sheet for an E3 demonstration of Dishonored II. This sheet includes the information that the game will include a DOOM Beta access code, like Wolfenstein, and will be on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, as well as feature a new character with new powers hunting down the Outsider, possibly on a mission of revenge as the previous game's theme seemed to be. It will also include a Versus multi-player mode, run on IDTech5 Engine, and release sometime during 2016. Bethesda did speak to VG247 saying, “we don’t comment on rumour or speculation.”


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Do you want this fact sheet to turn out true, or is there some things you'd change, because now is for sure the time for feedback with E3 days away! Debate below about this rumor!


Thank you for reading the Wrap-Up this week, if you like what you've seen here be sure to tune in weekly. Same News-Time, same News-Channel, I'll see you next time!

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