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The Latest Gaming News And Rumors

There is always a lot going on in the world of gaming. It doesn’t matter if you are a PC gamer, a console player, or the occasional gambler there are always new and exciting things going on. Some of these things have to do with new games. Some of these things have to do with the gaming platforms themselves. Whatever the situation is, it really makes the most sense for gamers to aware of the latest news. After all, there might be new offerings or promotions that the could take advantage of. Check out some of the latest gaming news and rumors.

PlayStation Will Hold An Event Next Week

E3 is a big event that gamers look forward to every year. E3 is a place where gaming platforms come together and discuss their latest games along with their upcoming systems and technology. Sony is without a doubt one of the most present forces in the gaming industry as well as being a regular attendee at E3. This is why it came as such a shock when the revealed that they would not be taking place in the upcoming event. This will be the first time in decades that the will not be apart of the event. Well, Sony fans shouldn’t start to panic just yet. It looks like Sony plans to rectify their absence by hosting their very own event at 2 PM PST on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. They are even offering a VOD upload after the event has concluded.

In fact, Sony is going to even make these stream a regular thing. They are going to be posting streams on the platforms mentioned above regularly throughout the year to give fans a preview of their upcoming titles. So, if fans don’t see news about the release of the highly anticipated games like The Last of Us Part 2 or Death Stranding on Monday, there is a good chance that there will be news later on in the year.

The iGaming Industry News

When it comes to iGaming the news tends to move forward daily at an unprecedented pace. This makes it extremely hard to keep up with everything that is going on. When it comes to online gaming it seems like soccer is one of the UK’s biggest attractions. Fans just love placing bets on their favorite teams while they cheer them along on the live streams. However, if you are a lover of soccer and watch games regularly, you have probably noticed all the iGaming advertisements from the numerous platforms. This no doubt raises awareness about all the platforms available, but it seems like this is going to be a thing of past.

It seems like a number of platforms like pokies and others have made vows to stop advertising during the middle of these games. This came about after a number of campaigners and public health experts expressed their concern about the proliferation of iGaming commercials. As of right now, the RGA has said that nothing is set in stone, but there are several options available for enhancements to the industry’s advertising code that are being considered.

PlayStation Exclusives Coming To PC

There is no denying that there has been some iconic game produced for PlayStation. There have also been iconic games that were produced solely for the PC or X-box. Well, it looks like Quantic Dream is looking to turn the gaming world on its head. They just released news today that they are going to bring two of their popular PlayStation exclusive games to PC. This would be the games Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit. This shocking news was delivered today during the BDC presentation. It is needless to say that this left most fan’s jaws on the floor. This is because these games were solely exclusive for PlayStation and PlayStation is very adamant about keeping their exclusive games to themselves.

Call Of Duty Mobile Coming To The West

There is no denying that Call of Duty isn’t one of the most epic and recognized first-person shooters of all time. It was probably this franchise that brought about the rise and craze or first-person shooters. Well, it looks like the franchise is going to make its mark again by bringing their mobile spin-off to the West. There is no concrete release date, but it looks like the mobile spin-off will be available for iOS and Android platforms. A public beta is expected to be released sometime this summer, which is just right around the corner.

Apple

Rumor has it that Apple is preparing to announce a new service in which it may offer gaming subscription. In January, Cheddar reported that Apple was working on such a service. Users would have access to Apple’s extensive game library for a monthly fee. While this rumor has not been verified, reports say that the games would be able for iOS. Unsure if Android versions would be available through the service.

According to Apple, its most popular App Store category is games. This could be a step in the right direction for the technology company as more and more people are getting involved in mobile gaming. Just about everyone owns an iPhone these days, so it is possible that the gaming subscription could increase Apple’s profits significantly.

A post by Kidal D. (4379 Posts)

Kidal D. is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely their own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.

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