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The biggest game news for January 12, 2022

Twisted Metal has a new developer, Stalker 2 has been delayed, and Kirby and the Forgotten Land finally has a release date.


Kirby, the main character from Stalker 2, and Sweet Tooth from Twisted Metal.

Lots of exciting announcements and exciting projects today, including the release date of Kirby and the Forgotten Lands. We also received news that the Twisted Metal reboot is supposed to get a new developer and unfortunately Stalker 2 has experienced a severe delay. All that and more if you read on.


Kirby and the Forgotten Land
via Nintendo

Kirby And The Forgotten Land will have a collaboration, opening on March 25

Although it was only revealed not too long ago, Kirby and the Forgotten Land is now has a release date of March 25, just over two months to go. The game’s new trailer gave us a closer look at the world you’ll be exploring as well as a central world where Kirby can engage in various activities like cooking and fishing. It has also been confirmed that the game will have co-op, allowing players to team up with a friend of Waddle Dee, albeit only through local multiplayer.

Related: Kirby and the Forgotten Land is the next evolution in the game Kirby


Twisted metal

Twisted Metal Reboot Rumors from developer Lucid Games of Destruction AllStars has been around for a while, but now it looks like Lucid may have left the project altogether. Reports from today show that Sony just acquired Firesprite Studio has now taken over development, with key developers from Lucid moving in to stay on the project. These reports do not address potential reasons for the change, but could be due to the poor performance of Destruction AllStars.


Stalker 2 will provide a stealth approach to missions

Stalker 2 Hit with 7 month delay, December 8 release

Bad news for Stalker fans as it has been confirmed that Stalker 2 will push back a whopping seven months and will be released in December of this year. The developers haven’t made it clear why the game was delayed, but promised fans it was done to “give you a game that can live up to expectations”. Stalker fans have been waiting for a new game since 2009, so an extra seven months doesn’t seem too bad in that context.


ps4s and ps5s

Expect more cross-generational games as Sony orders 1 million PS4s

Cross-generation games don’t look like they’re going anywhere anytime soon as Sony tries to combat its PS5 shortage by produce more PS4. Sony originally planned to discontinue PS4 production by the end of 2021, but chip shortages caused by the pandemic and an increase in expansion rates have made PS5 production much slower than expected. Instead, Sony has now ordered an additional 1 million PS4, which means cross-generation games will likely be around for at least a few more years, if not longer.


Among us PlayStation

Among us get the manga adaptation

Finally, we received news today that Among us will be featured in Bessatsu Corocoro, an anthology of Japanese manga for elementary school students. Among ours paired with Sonic the Hedgehog are the only two video game properties ever featured in the anthology, showing just how popular the indie title has become over the past few years. Now all we need is an anime among us and life will be complete.

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