Update: EA has already begun taking down the leaked trailer from sites.
A new YouTube video showcases more of the Nintendo Switch’s user interface, including its menus, the process for creating a new system user, and more. A video uploaded by hiphoptherobot posted to NeoGAF apparently reveals the Switch from its start-up out of the box through the process of creating an account on the system and scanning through the system’s settings. Now, however, it looks like there’s another chapter in the tale of the Nintendo Switch; the console used in said video was stolen, at least according to Nintendo.
Although Nintendo have yet to officially reveal the Nintendo NX, more and more information is beginning to come out about the upcoming console thanks to leaks. This is likely due to the fact that development kits are making their way to studios.
EA have been running an exclusive alpha test for their upcoming shooter Battlefield 1 with a small group of users. However, one of those has now taken to Reddit to reveal a host of new information about the game that they have uncovered from datamining the files that had to be downloaded to play the early version of the title.
A leaked map from the game is allegedly genuine according to various sources. The image, which first saw its way onto NeoGAF before being removed by the original poster, appeared to show a number of new areas and locations. However, many forum users were skeptical of whether it was genuine. TechRadar though have spoken to a well-placed insider at Rockstar Games who has verified that the map is genuine and is from a recent build of the title.
A person with access to an early build of Mass Effect: Andromeda, informally known as Mass Effect 4, has released a video onto YouTube explaining some of the features and story elements in the latest instalment of the franchise.
Bungie has responded to another leak of their upcoming downloadable content House of Wolves. The latest leak came from a Japanese version of the game that showed off new weapons, armor, stats and locations. It also included information that suggested that the release date of the content would be in May but could also be March. Speaking on the official Bungie.net forums however, community manager David Dague told fans that they shouldn’t trust the information in the leaks as the data is simply placeholder and could change at a moment’s notice.
Good news for anyone, like me, desperately waiting for the launch this week as Destiny beta information leaks online. We’re just three days away from the beta officially launching, on PlayStation 4 at least, and information is starting to slip out detailing what players can expect from the Beta.
A wealth of new information has been revealed by the 3DS conference and Game Informer’s Zelda feature. Spoiler Warning. Click for more at your own peril!