The Cube-Daily News Update: 1/11/17

While tomorrow may be all Nintendo Switch news, take a look at some other platforms and games with today’s headlines. Here are your essential stories for Wednesday, January 11th 2017.

Gravity Rush 2 will support the Playstation 4 Pro:

Digital Foundry has published a new report on Gravity Rush 2 supporting the Playstation 4 Pro, with rendering and resolution details being entailed. We’ve linked it below, but to save time, the game runs at 1080P, 4K but minute things are processed on a lower rate.

Daily Show star Trevor Noah will host the 6th Annual New York Game Awards:

The New York Game Awards has announced that their 6th annual ceremony (taking place on the 19th of this month) will be hosted by Daily Show star Trevor Noah. The show will be live-streamed on Twitch, and another Daily Show correspondent, Devin Dilliquanti is set to co-host. The event will take place in New York’s Arbon Arts Center.

Night in the Woods is now launching at the end of February:

After missing it’s January 10th 2017 date, developer Infinite Falls has announced that players will only have to wait a month and one week more, as Night in the Woods launches on PC, Mac, Linux, and Playstation 4 on Feburary 21st 2017. This was announced via the game’s Twitter account.

A new Horizon Zero Dawn trailer is giving more hints at the game’s story:

Guerilla Games has released a new story trailer for Horizon: Zero Dawn, which is set to launch near the end of February/beginning of March. The trailer reveals some of the companions protagonist Aloy will have in the game, and even gives a glimpse at the villain. Check it out below.

Rocket League has passed the 25 million player mark:

The new year starts with good news for Rocket League developer, Psyonix, as they’ve announced their game has passed the 25 million player mark. In addition, over 1 billion matches have been played. The information was shared off of the game’s Twitter account, along with smaller statistics.