Top Daily Video Game News 12.09.2013

Today is the 9th of December, 2013 and we've gathered some of the most interesting video gaming news for your reading pleasure. Go ahead and check out our daily digest!

Top Daily Video Game News 12.09.2013

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes release date announced

metal gear solid v ground zeroes

Ground Zeroes will be available on March the 18th, 2014. Two exclusive expansion for Xbox consoles will be titled "Jamais Vu" and for Sony consoles - "Deja Vu".

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes trailers

Ubisoft Massive talks about Snowdrop Engine

tom clancy's the division screenshot

Tom Clancy's The Division is based on a completely new Snowdrop Engine, which was spectacularly demnstrated during the VGX Awards. Now the developers of Ubisoft Massive decided to tell a little bit more about Snowdrop Engine.



Call of Duty: Ghosts remains at the top of the British charts


Call of Duty: Ghosts from Activision remains the most popular shooter on the market and continues to occupy the top spot of the UK chart. On the other hand Gran Turismo 6 debuted only as the eighth, while its sales made only to 1/5 of the Gran Turismo 5 start three years ago.

Square Enix announced the release date for next-gen version of Tomb Raider

tomb raider definitive edition

Square Enix still hopes to make money as much money on Tomb Raider as it was originally planned. That is why they're preparing a next-gen version of the game Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition scheduled for a release on January the 28th, 2014.

Ubisoft may release a new game about pirates

assassins-creed-4-black flag

Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag was one of the best games in the series. Players who are tired of hiding in the forests and urban slums, gladly welcomed the opportunity to escape into the open sea and feel like a real captain of a pirate ship. The idea was so successful that Ubisoft thought about starting a separate series of fearless sea wolves.

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