Written By: Steve Vegvari
This is your daily video game news recap for Wednesday, January 17.
Every Monday-Friday we give you a rundown of all the noteworthy industry news.
WB Games and Shiver announced that they will be bringing the beloved mobile game to consoles. Scribblenaughts showdown will feature four player co-op, new game modes and the ability to customize your own Scribblenaught avatar.
Sega took to Twitter to tease the upcoming release of an undisclosed game. It has now been reveal that Two Point Hospital, a spiritual successor to Theme Hospital is the debut game from Two Point Studios. Two Point Hospital is due later in 2018. Players can expect the same quirkiness from the 1997 game with mod support, online features and challenges.
After a year of life on console, Final Fantasy will be making its long awaited debut on PC. Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will launch on March 6th and will be packed with new enemy types, and quests. New features include a first-person mode that will put players in the eyes of Noctis. Console players can also expect the same update in the Royal Edition due on the same day.
Blizzard released an animated trailer to announce a new set of downloadable skins. Tyrael, Rhegar, and Abathur will all be getting their share of skins. These skins will add new visuals to combat effects, and new voiceover tracks. The skins and bundles will only be available until January 29th.
About The Author: Steve Vegvari
Steve is based in Toronto, Ontario. His enthusiasm and adoration of the video game industry go back to the days of SNES. Find him on Twitter and join in on the escapades.