The Business Inside: Top Gaming News of September (Week-3)

1. Call of Duty Warzone Mobile Might launch Soon on Android & iOS


Fans of the Call of Duty franchise are spoilt with options. Previously, Activision came up with the Call of Duty: Mobile for mobile platforms as a free-to-play title. Later, it came up with Warzone as a free-to-play title focusing highly on battle royale. It seems that the publisher isn’t done yet, and there’s a plan for one more Call of Duty game for the mobile platform. A Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile could be a high possibility. Know More

2. PS5 Preorder Tracker: Where To Buy The Console, Accessories, And Games


After months of fans waiting, Sony finally revealed preorder information for the PlayStation 5, along with the price and release date for the next-generation console. Launching November 12 at $500 for the standard console and $400 for the digital edition, the PS5 went up for preorder right after Wednesday’s PS5 event, and since then, the stock has already sold out at major retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Target. We are tracking console availability below, and further down, you will find links for where to buy the official PS5 accessories and the biggest PS5 games. Know More

3. Fortnite: Save the World for Mac will be unplayable starting next week

Fornite-Save the world

Bad news if you are among the minority who play Fortnite: Save the World mode, and do so on a Mac, then starting next week, the game won’t work. In an announcement today, Epic Games confirmed that starting September 23, the cooperative tower defense mode will no longer be playable on macOS. And the reason is of-course, Apple being a Big-Boy-Bully. Apple is preventing Epic from signing games and patches for distribution on Mac, which ends our ability to develop and offer Fortnite: Save the World for the platform. Specifically, our upcoming v14.20 release will cause bugs for players on v13.40, resulting in a very poor experience. Know More

4. Xbox Series S, Series X launching on November 10

Xbox Series X-Series S

Microsoft on, September 17, 2020, confirmed that its next generation of gaming consoles are coming in November. Xbox All Access provides an Xbox Series X, or Series S, along with 24 months of the full Xbox Game Pass Ultimate experience. Microsoft said that this is all with no upfront costs and a low monthly price. Xbox Series S will be available starting from $24.99 a month for 24 months, and Xbox Series X will be available starting from $34.99 a month for 24 months. Know More

5. Ori and the Will of the Wisps launched on Nintendo Switch

Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Moon Studios’ sequel to Ori and the Blind Forest, launched for the Nintendo Switch on September 17, 2020. Nintendo announced the news during a small Nintendo Direct presentation. Will of the Wisps launched earlier this year. In the Metroidvania-style platformer, players control Ori in the immediate aftermath of Blind Forest. Both games were first released on the Xbox One and were only available via Microsoft platforms or PC. Moon Studios released Ori and the Blind Forest for the Switch in 2019. Know More

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