The biggest game news on December 3, 2021

Today is Friday, and we will end a successful week. We have a bunch of big announcements today, both official and other, giving us a hint of what the gaming industry has planned for the new year. But in the immediate future, it seems that The Game Awards next week will not lack the excitement.

We also heard from our friends at Take-Two Interactive again, as it turns out the company blocked It Takes Two from becoming a licensed trademark. To be fair, it’s the perfect personality at this point.

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PlayStation is known to have planned its own Game Pass, codenamed Spartacus

It’s official, even Sony wants Game Pass. Its own streaming service, PlayStation Now, has never really existed as a Microsoft equivalent. While Game Pass has a bunch of new releases, PS Now features older titles that most Sony fans already have. Finally, it seems the company has caught up, like a reports suggest that it is working on a new subscription service, codenamed “Spartacus”. This will seemingly replace PS Now, with the service scheduled to be phased out. It will be available to us next spring and comes in multiple subscription tiers.

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NetherRealm Studios gives developers hints on new games revealed this month

As Game Awards arrive quickly, we all want to know the premiere world we’re in store for. Well, a NetherRealm Studios developer could have just told us without saying much, as Johnathan Andersen, senior production manager at NRS, hint that we’ll get a new game announcement this month. When a fan tweeted about hoping for a new announcement, Andersen responded with an eye emoji and added that he was “looking respectfully”. Fans are hoping that this means the next Mortal Kombat or Injustice will be announced at The Game Awards, following months of speculation.

Four big names are set at the game awards

Speaking of The Game Awards – wouldn’t be a showcase without some celebrity guests, would it? Over the past 24 hours, Geoff Keighley has revealed four more presenters: Reggie Fils-Aime, Laura Bailey – and most recently – Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss. The latter two will likely reveal a leaked Matrix title, exclusive to the PS5. That leaked before it was announced that the two stars would be joining the show and came from an initial PSN roster for “The Matrix Awakens”.


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Hazelight Studios abandoned it has two trademarks after one claim lost the other two

Take-Two seems to be on a mission to embarrass fans as much as possible these days. First, it started following the modding community, ending various GTA projects. Then the GTA Trilogy happened, with all the different bugs brought along. Now, it turns out that the company has been in business for a while, as it is likely responsible for It lost two developers who don’t actually own the rights to the game name. Take-Two objected to the trademark filing, prompting Hazelight Studios to abandon its attempt to acquire ownership of the title.

Right-wing group asks Coca-Cola to remove Bobby Kotick from Board of Directors

It looks like the walls could finally close with Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick disgraced. The member shareholders of Coca-Cola, the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) are calls on the company to remove Kotick from the board, made by him in his own studio. What’s interesting about this development is that the NLPC is an extremely conservative group that openly supports the likes of racist politician Rep. Lauren Boebert. So if Kotick has been off limits for this group, it could really be the end for him.

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