The Cube-Daily News Update: 2/15/17

Today we have more recurring news for Snake Pass and E3 2017, as fire for the console war. Here are your essential stories for Wednesday, February 15th 2017.

Resident Evil 7 has recouped it’s development costs:

Capcom’s fiscal year hasn’t ended just yet, but they’re still providing new financial information within investor Q&A calls. The newest involves the success of Resident Evil 7, which they’ve recently stated has recouped it’s development costs.However, an exact figure for development wasn’t disclosed. Capcom expects the game to ship 4 million units by the end of March.

Snake Pass will support the Playstation 4 Pro:

In a new post through the official Snake Pass blog, Sumo Digital has explained some of the game’s new features, which include ones through Playstation 4 Pro and Xbox Play Anywhere. Examples include HDR and 4K resolution, and the PC version of the game being free if you buy on Xbox One.

Playstation Now is being discontinued for Playstation Vita, Playstation 3:

Sony has released new official statements regarding Playstation Now, which regard the service being discontinued on Playstation 3 and Vita. The reason for this is so development can be improved on PC and Playstation 4, and the aforementioned services will conclude on August 15th of this year.

Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy may get a release date reveal tomorrow:

Activision has tweeted a short gif/video which features Crash Bandicoot hovering over six boxes, possibly teasing the upcoming announcement of N-Sane Trilogy’s release date. However, Activision will nevertheless talk new information about the game tomorrow.

Xbox has announced the date and time for it’s E3 conference:

In a new Tweet, Xbox has confirmed the date and time of it’s E3 2017 press conference, which will commence on Sunday, June 11th at 2 PM PT. State of Decay 2 has already scheduled been to make an appearance, and the XboxFanFast will return in the same week. This is the first time Microsoft’s conference is held on a Sunday.