MachineGames has said it’s interested in doing a sequel to the recently released – and well received – Wolfenstein: The New Order.
In an interview with Giant Bomb, creative director Jens Matthies said the studio has “a very, very clear idea” of what it would like to accomplish with a sequel.
“We would love to do a sequel,” said Matthies. “We have a very, very clear idea of what we accomplished with this game, and what we want to accomplish with a sequel.”
A private university in Chicago has become the first in the country to make video games a varsity sport. Robert Morris University-Illinois says it will offer between 45 and 50 athletic scholarships to competitive gamers who play an online, multiplayer battle-arena video game called League of Legends.
Kurt Melcher, the associate athletic director, has been a gamer himself. He says that in addition to the scholarships, which are worth about $19,000 each, the school will also be looking to hire a video game coach. (Unlike other team coaches, whose job is to get players to practice more and harder, Melcher told Inside Higher Ed that the job for a video game coach is to exhort the team to ease up on the all-night Red Bull marathons and actually include some balance in their lives.)
Sony will release the blue PlayStation 4 controllers across North America this fall.
The ‘Wave Blue’ DualShock 4 controller was released at launch alongside the PlayStation 4 in Europe and Japan, but has yet to be released in the US and Canada.
Now Sony has confirmed, via the PlayStation Facebook page, that it will be “coming stateside this fall”.