Morning DLC: Video Games News And Rumors 10/19/13

Rockstar New England is currently working on the “next version of a famous IP,” according to the LinkedIn profile of a current senior graphics engineer at the Boston area studio

No other information about the project is available. The LinkedIn page was discovered by Superannuation at Kotaku.

According to the developer’s profile page, Rockstar New England was one of multiple Rockstar studios that assisted Rockstar North with development on “Grand Theft Auto V,” which shipped last month.

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And yet another PS4 launch game bites the dust. “DriveClub,” a PS4 racing game from the developers of “MotorStorm,” was supposed to be ready in time for the console’s November 15th launch. Instead, it has been delayed to “early 2014.” That includes the free PlayStation Plus version too.

Because “DriveClub” was supposed to be part of the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection at launch, it will be replaced by a new game: “Contrast.” However, “DriveClub: PlayStation Plus Edition” will eventually be part of the IGC when it’s available.

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The Wii U and physical PC versions of “Batman: Arkham Origins” have been delayed by a fortnight in Europe.

Warner Bros. has confirmed to CVG that they’ll now launch on November 8, two weeks after the “Batman: Arkham Origins” release date of October 25 on Xbox 360, PS3 and on PC digitally.

The Vita version of “Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate” will launch as planned on October 25 in the UK, but the 3DS version has also been delayed by two weeks to November 8.

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