It’s been another big day of news, so we’ll jump right in with one of today’s biggest stories. It’s good news for Turtles fans as Nickelodeon is reportedly working on a “brand-new triple-A” game for the series.
Valve also revealed that it has “a lot of games in development,” and CD Projekt Red is gearing up to reveal some Cyberpunk 2077 news next week. Keep reading for more details.
Nickleodeon Is Reportedly Releasing A “Brand-New Triple-A” Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game In 2023
We may have just got one of the best Ninja Turtles games in recent memory with Shredder’s Revenge, but Nickelodeon doesn’t plan on slowing down any time soon. In fact, a new article in Toy World magazine has all but confirmed that a “brand-new triple-A” Turtles game is in development and is aiming for a 2023 release. We don’t know what the game will be about or which developer is at the helm, but it’s a sign that Nickelodeon plans to continue the franchise’s healthy momentum into next year.
Valve Says It Has “A Lot Of Games In Development”
While Valve is more known for the platform Steam these days rather than its game output, it apparently does have “a lot of games in development.” Valve product designer Greg Coomer revealed in a recent interview that “a lot of people are involved” in making some new games, and even promised that more Half-Life titles are on the way. Don’t get your hopes up though, as Coomer doesn’t actually mention whether Half-Life 3 is still on the table.
Cyberpunk 2077 And Edgerunners News Coming September 6
CD Projekt Red is still busy at work on the upcoming expansion to Cyberpunk 2077, and it seems like the developer may be ready to share what it’s been working on. A special episode of Night City Wire is set to air next Tuesday and will primarily focus on Studio Trigger’s upcoming anime Cyberpunk: Edgerunners. However, it did promise to tell fans what’s next for the game, leading many to think a DLC announcement is on the cards.
Exclusive: Players Will Have A Follower In The Callisto Protocol
Next up, we have an exclusive piece of news to bring you about The Callisto Protocol which is set to release this December. In an interview with TheGamer, our very own Issy van der Velde found out from game creator Glen Schofield that players will actually have a follower that keeps you company in the cold dark corridors of Black Iron Prison.
Steam Delists Domina Following Transphobic Rant
Finally, the long-running saga between the creator of Domina and his own fanbase has likely come to an end today, after Steam delisted the game from the platform after a transphobic rant was found in the game’s recent patch notes. While you’d like to think that this was Steam taking action, it actually looks like Domina developer Nicholas John Leonhard Groissen has cut ties with the platform himself.