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The Leftovers for February 6, 2014: New FIFA for Last Gen, Killzone: Shadow Fall Patch, More
Posted on Thursday, February 6 @ 18:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
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Killzone: Shadow Fall Patch Allows for Optional 30fps Lock
Guerrilla Games has announced that it will be releasing a Killzone: Shadow Fall patch that allows gamers to lock the game at 30 frames-per-second for a smoother experience. Currently, the campaign fluctuates within 30 to 35fps, yielding an experience that isn't particularly smooth.
The Witcher 3 Designers Depart CD Projekt to Go Indie
Marek Ziemak and Maciej Szczesnik have parted ways with The Witcher developer CD Projekt. The duo of game designers will now work at the independent dev team 11 Bit Studios.
Call of Duty Adds Sledgehammer Games, 3-Year Cycle
During a quarterly earnings call with investors this afternoon, Activision revealed that their flagship Call of Duty first-person shooter franchise would move to a three-year development cycle with the addition of Sledgehammer Games, who has previously worked on several iterations of the massive franchise. The move was attributed to the need to give each studio enough time to develop new games while also supporting the yearly DLC schedules each Call of Duty comes complete with. Sledgehammer Games will get to develop their own Call of Duty separate from Infinity Ward, who just released Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Treyarch who last released Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Konami to Release 7 Games in 2014
Konami is planning to release a total of seven "major console titles" over the course of this fiscal year and another seven in 2015, according to analyst David Gibson.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Announced for Xbox 360, PS3
Electronic Arts has announced a brand-new FIFA game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It's called 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and launches on April 15th. It won't be coming to PS4 or Xbox One, the publisher confirmed to Joystiq.