Another work week has almost ended, and you may already be waiting for our game news digest of the past five days. And we, as always, won’t deceive your expectations. Today GameSpace team has prepared for you only the hottest and the most interesting game news of this week. So sit back, read our digest and do not forget to leave your comments at the bottom of the page, because we are always glad to see them.
Less than a week ago Rovio announced a new game in Angry Birds series, and already this Monday it shared a lot of new information about the project. Clicking on the link above, you will find out which characters, locations, weapons and adventures await you in the new Angry Birds Epic game, as well as you will be able to watch the first trailer of this RPG.
This week’s game news can’t be full without information about another project - Fable Legends, - which has been recently announced. Its creators - Lionhead company - have presented to the public a new game’s character, have told his story, described skills and have shown how he looks like. More information can be found in the full article.
Within a few days the upcoming Battlefield 4 add-on, entitled Naval Strike, will be available for the owners of Premium accounts, and therefore the developers of this DLC have decided to please the fans with two new videos. So, on Tuesday, they showed a short teaser, and in a day they shared the full interesting trailer of the add-on, which you can watch clicking on the link above.
As you may have noticed, our game news digest includes not only the most interesting news from the world of video games, but from the motion picture industry too. This week has been extremely rich in news about various upcoming blockbusters. Firstly, we showed you a short video of the next film in X-Men franchise, then shared the full trailer of the new Godzilla blockbuster and finally presented the final video of the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie. All trailers are available via the links above.
South Park: Stick of Truth game has been recently released, but its creators have been already talking about a possible sequel of the project. If you're wondering whether the next instalment in this series will be developed or not, then we advise you to go to the full article.
But unfortunately, the game news of this week haven’t been only good. Once again, Electronic Arts - the publisher of Titanfall - has postponed the release of the project for Xbox 360 at a later date. The reasons for this decision, as well as the new game’s launch date are available in the full article.