The Week in JVL: What Not to Miss (S14 / 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 04/10 to 04/17.

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 04/10 to 04/17:

  • Gran Turismo 7 welcomes patch 1.12 (Wed 13/04)
    Just under a week after rolling out the latest update, 1.11, Polyphony Digital is continuing its momentum and now introducing a new patch.
  • Exciting One Handed Title Has Joined the eShop (Wednesday 13/4)
    With the recent release of Hentai Uni on the eShop, it appears that Nintendo is confirming its intention to move toward more adult content.
  • An Xbox Series X “Pro” in the making at Microsoft? (Tuesday 12/04)
    According to a professional journalist who has already seen on Xbox, a new chip is in production to deliver an improved version of the Xbox Series X.
  • Need for Speed ​​2022 will have a certain art style according to Jeff Group (Thursday 04/14)
    The next Need for Speed ​​element is provided with new media elements coming from Jeff Grubb, which one can consider reliable.
  • Sony and PlayStation put 1 billion into Epic Games for the Metaverse (Mon 11/04)
    It’s an additional investment of more than $1 billion that just closed between Epic Games and Sony. It suffices to give yourself the means to deepen the metaverse market which is in full expansion.
  • Kojima production coming soon to PlayStation Studios? (Thursday 4/14)
    After her studio move was announced and production photos unveiled in Sony’s motion-capture fold, new “evidence” points to a possible acquisition.
  • Hell is Us, Creative Director of the last Deus Ex on the project announced (Tuesday 12/04)
    Nacon just announced Hell is Us, a new action-adventure TPS game directed by former Artistic Director of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided or Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
  • The former PlayStation chief spoke about the failure of the PS Vita (Wed 13/04)
    During an interview with Axios, the former head of PlayStation spoke about the brand’s latest laptop, expressing particular regrets.
  • Dead Space Remake: New gameplay video that players can listen to (Thursday 4/14)
    A Dead Space remake is on its way and still being spoiled by the developers who just shared a new sound design video.
  • Slugger (CoD Vanguard) Already a New Title? (Wednesday 04/13)
    While we announced annual releases reductions on the Call of Duty side, it appears that studio Vanguard is already working, releasing after 3-4 projects planned through 2023.
  • Battlefield 2042: Patch 4.0 release next week (Thursday 4/14)
    DICE told us that a very large group will arrive before the end of the month and will change a lot of things. You will not be disappointed.
  • Nintendo to invest $40 million in land in Kyoto for expansion (Tuesday 04/12)
    In order to grow its R&D studios, Nintendo has announced to its investors a new 38,000-square-meter building that will be delivered in 2027.
  • Looks like Dead Island 2 will be back confirmed (Wed 13/04)
    Dead Island 2 is on its way back. A new source appears to confirm what was previously said about the upcoming reveal.
  • Elden Ring: Adjustment to make things easier for players (Thursday 4/14)
    Of all the tweaks to FromSoftware’s recent mainstream success, one in particular is all the rage with (PC) gamers who want to make the task a little less complicated.
  • Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt teases important programming content (Friday 4/15)
    CD Projekt’s vice president highlighted sales numbers for The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077. For the latter, he also had word on the upcoming downloadable content.

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