Elden Ring was the second best-selling title in the US for April and remains the best-selling title of the year to date.

The former will reportedly return to its hardcore racing sim roots and release next year while the latter is allegedly a true “next-gen title”.

“That will deteriorate the 1st party title quality and that is our concern,” says Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki in a recent investor Q&A.

Supermassive’s next big horror title is out on June 10th and features a cast of nine teen counselors fighting for survival.

The narrative title features music from the indie band OFK and is slated to release this Summer for PS4, PS5 and PC along with the Switch.

Like in previous games, the upcoming expansion will receive “several” free title updates as per series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto.

Nintendo has listed the title in its financial report for the fiscal year ending March 2022 along with other upcoming releases.

Currently available for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, the acclaimed title is about unpacking items and learning about the person behind them.

Along with the 4v4 mode, the Nintendo Switch title features a new single-player campaign and co-op PvE with Salmon Run: The Next Wave.

Regardless of which version of Flying Wild Hog’s title that you pre-order, you’ll get everything – including “Full Credits at the End.”

The long-delayed free-to-play sports title is launching “soon”, as Ubisoft tells fans to “keep your eyes open” for more details.

Saber Interactive’s upcoming multiplayer horror title apparently won’t take up to much storage space on your PS5.