The Cube-Daily News Update: 10/14/16
On this Friday, things get a little political, and scary. Here are your essential stories for October 14th 2016.
A new Florida Billboard attacks Trump for his Overwatch skills:
Cards Against Humanity creator Max Temkin has created an Anti-Trump super PAC, and it’s newest ad references something all gamers are aware of if they haven’t been living under a rock. (Overwatch) So far, it’s gotten one billboard near Florida campuses, although no other announcements have been made if the campaign will spread further. In case you’re wondering, the website links to some satirical drawings of Trump as different Overwatch characters.
Outlast 2 will support PS4 Pro:
In a statement released to Playstation Lifestyle, Red Barrels President Philippe Morin revealed that the game is supporting Playstation 4 Pro, with higher quality texture filtering and more detailed meshes, as well as other improvements. Just a couple days ago, it was also confirmed the game won’t likely come to Playstation VR.
Registration is now open for the Steep alpha:
Steep’s closed alpha recently ran from the 7th to the 11th, but now more gamers can experience the title before it’s December release. Ubisoft has opened a new beta registration page for all platforms, although there’s no info on when it will occur!
NBA 2K17 will support PS4 Pro:
In a new Gamespot reveal, Visual Concepts has announced that NBA 2K17 will support the Playstation Pro with Native 4K resolution, as well as 60 FPS and HDR support. Another comment was also released, elaborating on how this will help anti-aliasing.
Friday The 13th is getting a price hike:
Yesterday, we talked about how Friday The 13th’s game had been delayed. Now, we’ve learned that the game is also getting a price hike. While this won’t impact retail purchases (those are still $60), digital is getting boosted from $30-$40. Keep in mind that new features are being added.