Mobile Titanfall, GTA 5 Halloween, Vita Still Getting First-Party, Nier: Automata Gameplay

Mobile Titanfall, GTA 5 Halloween, Vita Still Getting First-Party, Nier: Automata Gameplay
October 29, 2015 TheHollidayInn
In Game Glance

Titanfall Heading to Mobile

A few months ago, Respawn announced that Titanfall 2 is in development. Today, Respawn stated that they are parterning with Nexon to bring free-to-play titan-based mobile games to iOS and Andriond in 2016. There aren’t many details yet, but here is what CEO Owen Mahoney from Nexcon had to say:

“Working closely with our partners at Respawn and Particle City we intend to build on the original game’s success and introduce millions of mobile gamers to the rich Titanfall universe.”

New Titanfall Games in the Works for Mobile

GTA 5 Halloween Details

Rockstar will be celebrating Halloween this year in-game with GTA Online: Halloween bringing, cars, masks, and much more. Here is a list of the content:

  • Two new vehicles: Lurcher Hurse and Franken Stange
  • 20 “ghoulish” bobbleheads for lowrider cars
  • Masks for Heists( found in the Monsters section of Vespucci Movie Masks store)
  • 30 “spooky” face paint options
  • A new “Slasher” adversary mode for up to 8 players

The even will run from October 29 to November 16. Here is the official description of the new adversary mode:

“Run, hide, and fight to survive in the darkness as the player designated as the Slasher stalks their prey with a shotgun,” it said. “Use your new flashlight to navigate if you dare, but be careful not to reveal your position or you’ll quickly become prey. Survive for 3 minutes and you’ll get the chance to return the favor with a shotgun of your own.”

GTA 5 Halloween Update Detailed, Not Coming to Last-Gen

First-party PlayStation Vita Games Still Happening

Sony clarified a recent statement regarding new Vita games today. Before, it was stated that no first-party triple-A games will be in development for Vita. However, Jim Ryan of Sony Computer Entertainment clarified that Sony is still working on first-party content, just not triple-A content. Here is his official statement from an interview with VG 24/7:

“We’re no longer in the business of triple-A development of games for Vita,” Ryan said. “But there is still first-party Vita content being worked upon.”

First-party PlayStation Vita titles are still in development, Sony says

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