The Business Inside: Top-10 Trending Gaming Stories Of The Week

Hello folks. I hope you all are safe and sound. As the global pandemic has taken a monstrous shape with nearly 8 million cases worldwide, things are not looking good for our planet. The economy is down, people are fighting for their rights, mother nature is suffering because of us, but there’s good news too. New Zealand became the first country to fully recover from coronavirus with 0 active cases for the past few weeks. Well, we all should learn from New Zealanders. Putting that aside, I’m here to give you updates regarding what was happening in the gaming industry for the last few days.

So, without further ado, let’s take a look at top-10 gaming stories of this week:

1. Sony Revealed PS5 COnsole & Games

PS5, also known as the “future of gaming” has been finally revealed by Sony. Not only that, but it also announced tons of games for the new PlayStation 5, some of them are under development. GTA V, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Spider-Man Miles Morales, and many more games will get launched that you surely want to play on PS5Know More

2. Nvidia RTX 3080 Graphics Card Leaks


The production and launch of various things have been paused due to coronavirus. And now, a Chinese-language website Chiphell seems to have revealed Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Graphics Card images before its launch. The launch date of Nvidia’s new graphics card is not announced yet. The leaked images are showing the engineering samples of the GPU, which may or may not be the final design of RTX 3080… Know More

3. The Last of Us 2 Pre-loads are now Live


If you have purchased the digital version of the game, you can start your The Last of Us 2 pre-load. Although you can’t play the game until its properly launched on June 19, you can ensure that its bytes are safely stored on your hard drive. The pre-load could take up to 76.97 GB of your console storage, while you only require 20.65 GB installed to start the application… Know More

4. Mortal Shell New Trailer launched

In the new trailer and 1st gameplay of the Mortal Shell, it showed that it’s more than just a pretty Dark Souls. The gameplay footage displays the in-depth details of the animation, characters, and environment. If we talk about combat, then you won’t be disappointed when Mortal Shell will launch. The shell system introduced in this game might look like Dark Souls, but here your class is determined by the type of shell your ghostly spirit form is wearing… Know More

5. Resident Evil Village to be launched in 2021

In the recent PS5 event, Sony also revealed various games for their new console gaming, and Resident Evil Village is one of them. The game is the 8th entry in Capcom’s Resident Evil Series, which will be released in 2021. RE Village trailer starts with a horror story-telling that takes us to a strange and creepy village. It will be a first-person perspective game just like 2017’s RE 7… Know More

6. US Gaming Market Standing Strong Despite Uncertain Economy

According to the latest updates from NPD, the gaming sales sky-rocketed in May again. American’s spend around $977 million on gaming hardware, game cards, accessories, and software, which is the highest since 2008. On one side, the number of unemployed people is increasing, while on the other side, the gaming market is still thriving like a beast… Know More

7. Batman Writer Denny O-Neil Dies at 81


The legendary Batman writer and editor, Denny O-Neil have passed away at the age of 81 on June 11. When he was working on Batman, he also created Talia al Ghul, Ra’s al Ghul, Azrae, Richard Dragon, and Leslie Thompkins. He was played his part in the revitalization of the Two-Face and Joker and oversaw the death of Jason Todd, the second Robin… Know More

8. EA Confirmed New Starfighter Combat Game


The curiosity reignited for the new EA Star Wars games after a listing of a game titled Star Wars: Squadrons was shown on the Microsoft Store. The listing only displayed a title, pre-order button, and game art according to the screenshot shared on the Resetera forum. Right now, there’s no release date, info, or price related to the game… Know More

9. Razer Launched New COntroller for Android Phones


A well-known gaming accessories company, Razer, has launched a Nintendo Switch-like controller for android smartphone users to improve the gaming experience. However, unlike the Switch controller, you can’t use it wirelessly as it draws power from the USB Type-C port of the mobile phone to power itself… Know More

10. PUBG Removed a mode from ITS recent Mobile Game Update


After a backlash from the Muslim community, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds had to roll back the update in which players have to workship a totem in order to restore their health. The latest update is associated with Mysterious Jungle mode, exclusive to the Sanhok map. The illogical thing here is, if they don’t want to worship any god, then don’t do it. Why take it to Twitter to slam the creators who worked so hard for PUBG fans… Know More

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