字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Former Blizzard execs found a new AAA game company, PS4 to support PS3 wireless headsets, both next-gen consoles will actively record gameplay while you're playing, Borderlands 2 will receive tons of DLC this fall, Curse moves into the console gaming space, and more! Hey guys, Jess here with the Curse Weekly Roundup. First up, former executives from Blizzard, Sony Online, and Relic Entertainment have just announced the formation of a new studio in San Diego called Molten Games. THeir first title was made possible by a multi-million dollar investment from NCSoft, but we know nothing about it other than the fact that it's a AAA online title - more details will come at a later date. Next, Sony announced late last week that the PlayStation 4 will support PlayStation 3 wireless headsets. Now, they had already told us that the consoles would be shipping with mono earbuds, right after Microsoft said the Xbox One will not come with a headset - but now the PS4's looking even better. Sony also confirmed the list of launch titles for the PS4: Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, DC Universe Online, DriveClub, FIFA 14, Just Dance 2014, Killzone Shadow Fall, Knack, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Madden NFL 25, NBA 2K14, NBA Live 14, Skylanders: Swap Force, Warframe and Watch Dogs. Moving on, speaking of next-gen consoles, both the Xbox One and the PS4 will apparently automatically record the last several minutes of gameplay as you're playing. The Xbox One will capture five minutes at a time, and the PS4 captures 15 minutes - this lets you easily post awesome headshots, once-in-a-lifetime kills, and other things that you can't believe just happened that your friends won't believe unless they saw it - well, now they can! Next up, Gearbox confirmed at their PAX Australia panel that Borderlands 2 will be getting a level cap upgrade (to 72), new raid bosses, and new missions in a DLC pack called The Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2: Digistruct Peak CHallenge. It'll be priced at 4.99 and released sometime in October. Will you guys be picking up the DLC? Lemme know in the comments! Moving right along, a verdict has been reached in the lawsuit between EA and Robin Antonick, the original programmer of Madden. Now, if you didn't hear about this, Antonick developed the first Madden title in 1988. THen in 2011 he sued EA for millions of dollars of unpaid royalty, claiming that the contract he signed in 1986 stipulated that he should be paid royalties for not only games he developed, but any derivative works - aka several Madden NFL Football games published between 1990 and 1996, which the courts ruled were "virtually identical" to Antonick's original game, and awarded him $11 million dollars in damages. And finally - Curse is moving into the console gaming space. That's right, for several years we were part of the glorious pc master race, all about WoW, League, and Minecraft - but we've recently acquired FutHead.com, the top FIFA fansite, and scored a slick write-up on Venturebeat, so click the link in the video description to read that for yourself. With this, you'll start seeing a lot more mainstream and console-game focused content both on our frontpage and here on our YouTube channel - and if there are any particular games or franchises you'd like us to give more attention to, just leave it in the comments. Well, that's all we have for you this week! Be sure to subscribe if you haven't already and give this video a Like for gaming news! Thanks for watching, enjoy the game.