The Week in JVL: What Not to Miss (S13 / 2022)

Every Sunday, the editorial staff invites you to discover the key video game news of the week. Here is a summary of what you should not miss from 03/04 to 10/04.

Haven’t been able to catch up on this week’s video game news, but want to know what information you shouldn’t miss?

Stop moving, you’ve come to the right place! JVL invites you to discover the news that has achieved the most success in the world of your favorite consoles and games in recent days, here are the essentials for the week from 03/04 to 10/04:

  • The Next Tomb Raider game approved by Crystal Dynamics (Tuesday 05/04)
    Crystal Dynamics took advantage of the Unreal Engine 5 livestream to formalize the start of construction for the next part of Tomb Raider.
  • The Quarry, the upcoming survival horror from Supermassive, introduces gameplay (Tuesday 05/04)
    Less than a month after its official announcement, The Quarry appears during a long, mood-setting gameplay sequence.
  • Horizon Forbidden West: Updates 1.10 and 1.11 merge into the larger update (Wed 06/04)
    A new set of PlayStation-exclusive patches aimed, once again, at fixing a lot of bugs, especially those related to missions.
  • GT7: Big Correction 1.11 Available and Increases Profits Significantly (Fri 08/04)
    Gran Turismo 7 is finally back on its feet after drawing the wrath of a large group of gamers outraged by the reduced rewards of patch 1.07.
  • Elden Ring: Hotfix Patch 1.03 Revises Leader (Mon 04/04)
    The balancing patches follow each other for Elden Ring, and today is a hotfix for patch 1.03 that is published by FromSoftware.
  • Big Unreal Engine 5 event organized by Epic this Tuesday (Mon 04/04)
    The publisher of Unreal Engine will offer 4 hours of “State of Unreal” directed behind the scenes of The Matrix Awakens, but also some advertisements. New Mass Effect pictures or a title that has not been announced yet?
  • Abandoned: Amber was going to contact Konami regarding Silent Hill (Mon. 04/04).
    A telenovela parody goes bad, the hype around the abandoned would have forced developers to explain themselves to Konami
  • List of cheat codes for LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga (Wed 06/04)
    The latest LEGO game has been released into the Star Wars universe, and as always you can redeem a bunch of codes to unlock additional content.
  • Official, 1 year PS Now unsubscribed (Mon 4/4)
    While waiting for the monthly subscription to be removed from PS Now, Sony has already removed the annual offers on its official website. Little angel tore off.
  • PlayStation Plus: Jim Ryan confirms the big names will be around (Monday 04/04)
    The new PlayStation Plus is coming soon and Jim Ryan continues to tease out content for the service’s future catalogs.
  • eFootball 2022 announces the start of the match… for the end of the season (Wednesday 06/04)
    Konami’s eFootball 2022 (formerly PES 2022) will release version 1.0 next week, more than six months after the game’s launch.
  • Return: With the new PS Plus, Housemarque wants to reach more players (Fri 08/04)
    Despite its success, Housemarque roguelite turned off a lot of players due to its difficulty. The studio hopes to turn things around with the arrival of the new PlayStation Plus software.
  • Firmly, Halo shows us everything from Master Chief, really everything (Fri 08/04)
    Did you go up the towers when you were told that John Spartan would take off the helmet? What if we told you now that the series goes further?
  • Dying Light 2: The Big Patch 3.0 arrives in April with NG+ (Thursday 07/04)
    Techland teased it, making it official now: The new add-on comes well in Dying Light 2 and this one, from the next patch.
  • Ex-PlayStation chief wants to buy billions of dollars in companies (Friday 08/04)
    Jack Tretton has just launched a new company whose sole mission is to buy independent studios valued at more than a billion dollars in order to make it ahead in the sector.

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