The Cube-Daily News Update: 1/12/17

We’ve decided to push our Nintendo Switch presentation coverage to tomorrow, in order to accommodate general press confusion and correctness. Because of this, here are your essential stories for Thursday, January 12th 2017, that have nothing to relate to the aforementioned.

How to Survive 2 is launching next month for consoles:

505 Games and Eko Software have announced that their sequel to their 2013 title How to Survive, How to Survive 2 will launch sometime next month for current generation consoles after it’s original PC release. The game will be $15, and has digital pre-order bonuses (such as weapons, pets, headgear)

Horizon Zero Dawn’s date is unchanged in the UK, following recent confusion:

Horizon: Zero Dawn recently had it’s date moved by two days to March 3rd in the UK, but now Sony is saying this was an error off of the UK Playstation Store. It hasn’t been detailed whether the date has been fixed digitally, but this will probably occur soon.

EA may have given an unintentional tease for their next big project:

Electronic Arts has filed two new trademarks for Vigilant and Vigilance, classified game and online game software. They have also created a website for the same name, although no other information can be found. Some clues lead to the fact it may be an upcoming announcement at the Nintendo Switch presentation.

DiRT Rally is supporting Playstation VR :

DiRT Rally is getting Playstation VR support in an expansion titled DiRT Rally PLUS VR Upgrade Codemasters has announced today. It will be ten dollars, but has no current release date. Codemasters has also announced it will be adding a coop multiplayer mode, but few details have been shared on that front.

Guerilla Cambridge has closed:

Coming off of the recently released Playstation VR exclusive RIGS, Sony has made the decision to shut down Guerilla Cambridge. This was done after the company was reviewing their portfolio, and wanted to make changes to it’s European structure. Guerilla Cambridge was founded in 1997.

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