Another generation of video game consoles approaches, whether we’re ready for them or not. At E3 2019 Microsoft offered a peek at their next console, code named Project Scarlett, and revealed that it would arrive in time for the 2020 holiday season.
Of course Sony also has a new console on the way, and now they’ve confirmed that the PlayStation 5 will also be arriving in 2020. The announcement was made by Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Jim Ryan, and you can read what he had to say below.
Though it started to look like Spider-Man would be going back to Sony after their partnership with Disney came to a crashing end, a surprising deal was able to save the webslinger from the corporate snap that would have dusted the character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Though both parties agreed on new terms, it was who brought them together that made it all happen. According to new reports, it was Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home star Tom Holland‘s last-minute heroics that were able to save Spidey from being lost to the MCU. More on the report below.
A brand new trailer for one of the most anticipated upcoming video games, The Last of Us Part II, was released today as part of a PlayStation State of Play event.
But perhaps even more exciting than getting a new trailer, is that the long, long-awaited release date has also been revealed. It’s been over six years now since the all-time great first game came into our lives, devastated us, thrilled us, changed us. It’s been nearly three years since the sequel was first confirmed. Two years have now passed since we got our second peek at the game. And it’s been over a year since we saw the first gameplay, which was our last look at the game.
Click on over to the other side for the new trailer and release date.
It wasn’t too long ago when Netflix dropped the date announcement video for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie from creator Vince Gilligan. The film isn’t due to premiere on Netflix until later this October, followed by it showing on AMC — where the original series aired — in 2020.
But before any of us can get into that, Gilligan is talking about the upcoming film, why he is making it, and the advice he has for those who want to jump into El Camino without having watched Breaking Bad in its entirety. Check out what he had to say below.