A Starfield demo could be on the horizon, Dead Space could be getting more remakes, and Atomic Heart developer Mundfish is apologizing.

Welcome to the weekend, a time to sit back, relax, and of course play your favorite video games. The only downside to this is that you’ll be behind everything that’s going on, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Today we heard that the announcement of Starfield is “imminent”, that more Dead Space remakes could be on the way, and that developer Atomic Heart has apologized for using a controversial cartoon. These are just our most popular stories, so read on for the rest.

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The dead Space Necromorph walks towards Isaac as he aims his slasher at him

EA Poll Asks Fans If They Want More Dead Space Remakes

EA recently asked fans of the series if they wanted more Dead Space remakes. “How interested would you be in a similar remake of Dead Space 2,” reads a survey with similar language for Dead Space 3. Options range from “not at all interested” to “extremely interested.” Time to make your voice heard.

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Atomic Heart Dev apologizes for racist cartoon

The developer of Atomic Heart, Mundfish, now has apologized for using a racist caricature. “The Mundfish team thanks member PC Gamer for bringing this vulnerability to our attention,” the company said in a statement. “We apologize if any hurt or offense was caused by the use of the vintage cartoon or music. We will edit the relevant parts.”

A ship at Starfield

Starfield Showcase Announced ‘Coming Soon’

there there could be big Starfield news on the horizon, at least according to Video Games Chronicle editor-in-chief Andrew Robinson. “Heard the Starfield launch announcement is imminent,” the journalist wrote on Twitter. “As in, soon.” This can be expected in the near future, but I think only time will tell.


Blizzard says Overwatch 2 is the most balanced game since launch

Overwatch 2 is it the most balanced ever if Blizzard is to be believed. “We think the beginning of Season 3 is in a much better state of balance than the beginning of Season 2,” game director Aaron Keller said of the recent patch. “We’re hearing from players that the balance is the best since Overwatch 2 launched, and the game feels fresh with all the changes we’ve made.”

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Brawlhalla aims to “enhance the accessibility of live gaming” with real-time subtitles

Brawlhalla is simple got a brand new accessibility feature, real-time subtitles. “We are delighted to be working with Ubisoft as many of the Speechmatics team have grown up playing its games. They are an organization that has an outstanding track record in accessibility,” said Speechmatics COO Katie Vigdahl about the recent partnership with developer Ubisoft. . “We look forward to helping them continue to make gaming and streaming as inclusive as possible.”

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