Also read: Why won't we see a GTA movie, rumors about a remake of Resident Evil 3, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will continue.
Google Stadia does not give 4K and 60fps to users
Before the launch of its cloud service, Google claimed that everyone who purchases a Pro subscription will receive stable 4K and 60fps in all games. Alas, as often happens, dreams remain dreams. Games like Destiny 2 and Red Dead Redemption 2 are unable to maintain consistent frame rates and will drop.
As a result, users were unhappy with the fact that the company did not fulfill its promise that all games on the service's release would give an excellent picture. If you believe the heated discussion on Reddit, many users are interested in the server precisely because of the ability to play games in high quality. The company assured that their computers are more powerful than the Xone and PS4 combined.
Eurogamer released a statement from Google regarding allegations of unfair advertising. In it, the company claims that their services work stably and overeat the game at 4K / 60fps, but the developer himself chooses the game settings. And they are all working hard to adapt the games to the new platform. Read more about Google Stadia in our review.
Kojima plans to do horror again
After the release of Death Stranding, the question naturally arises, what will Hideo studio do next? Perhaps he will release something like his new game to consolidate the genre, or he will return to horror.
Forgetting the cancellation of Silent Hills is difficult not only for us, but also for the game designer himself. Recently, Hideo made a post on his Twitter where he said that in order to make the scariest game, he needs to awaken his dark horror soul. So, he undertook to watch the Thai horror film "The Eye", which he watched before the creation of PT. However, then the picture seemed too scary to him, and he threw it halfway. And here is attempt number two. Also, the genius claims that he rented the disc without the box, since it is too scary ...
Meet the Destiny Cookbook
Bungie has announced an official Destiny cookbook.
The book was written on behalf of Eva Lavante, who is a merchant in the game's universe. The book description says that she collected all her notes from various sources and information that the Ghosts and Guardians obtained from the archives of the Golden Age throughout the solar system and beyond to create one large recipe book.
All recipes are accompanied by illustrations that should inspire players on a culinary adventure. As the description says, the book is ideal for Warlocks, Titans and Hunters.
In fact, the book was written by Victoria Rosenthal, who previously made a book of recipes for the Fallout universe. This time she was inspired by characters and locations to give her work an authenticity.
Destiny: The Official Cookbook will go on sale next year for $ 35
Take Two are not ready to film GTA
The GTA series is large-scale and popular, so it's strange that no one has yet taken up the task of transferring one of the many crime dramas from this universe to the big screens.
The Wrap spoke to the head of Take Two, Strauss Zelnick, where he explained why the company is not going to do a film adaptation of GTA.
He notes that in order to create a complete vision of GTA, they must fully control the process, which means they must fully finance it. However, the problem is not money, but lack of experience in this industry. There are only a few people on the staff at Rockstar Games and Take Two who have dealt with her. As a result, it would have to hire a third-party studio, which does not suit the company.
According to Zelnik, they have the most expensive intellectual property in the world, and it is silly to hope that there is someone talented who can correctly reproduce their vision.
When the journalist The Wrap said that the same George R.R. Martin entrusted his book to HBO and they shot an amazing series, Zelnik replied: "Martin's books don't cost as much as GTA ...".
Rumors: Resident Evil 3 Remake Coming In 2020
YouTube channel Spawn Wave and VGC announce that a remake of Resident evil 3 is under active development and will be released next year.
That the channel, that VGC checked the accuracy of the information from their sources and are confident in it. Later, Eurogamer joined them, saying that they also contacted their informant, and he confirmed this theory.
Recall that the Resident Evil 2 remake was successful and sold 4.5 million copies, so from a financial point of view, Capcom makes sense to remake the third part.
Allegedly, the studio uses ready-made elements of RE2 in the development and therefore will be able to complete the development of the game in a year and a half. In addition, the original third game will have an anniversary next year, so from a purely symbolic point of view, the studio may release the game as early as 2020.
However, this is just a rumor, so there is no need to rejoice ahead of time.
Star Wars sequel Jedi: Fallen Order will continue
But what is worth celebrating is that according to Kotaku editor Jason Schreyer, the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order development team has already been given the green light to develop a sequel. Despite this, EA itself has not yet talked about whether the game has become a sales success or not.
On his Kotaku Splitscreen podcast, he revealed that his source revealed that Respawn has received the go-ahead for the next game. He further shares his thoughts that it was originally created with an eye to a sequel.
Allegedly, Disney and EA just needed a good Star Wars game that would break the curse of bad games in this franchise. It had a chance to become another run-of-the-mill shooter that would try to parody Call of Duty, but Respawn took risks, experimented and introduced metroidvania.
Based in general on reviews and feedback from players, we can say that the game is really cool and the sequel should consolidate its success. According to EA's plans, the game should have sold 6-8 million by March 2020.
This was all news from the beginning of the week, stay tuned.
The Topic of Article: Google Stadia not hitting 4K and 60fps, Kojima back to horror, Destiny Cookbook - This week's game news digest from Cadelta. Part one.