Published on May 2nd, 2014 | by Remy Cuesta0
LVLONE’s Weekly roundup: Xbox TV, Drive Club release date, Call of Duty Advance Warfare reveal and more
Hey everyone, this week has certainly been a week for announcements, dates and reveals as I’m sure this will continue through E3 in June.
First off Xbox TV which will be called Xbox Originals is slated to start in June and will feature premium dramas, comedies, documentaries, animation, unscripted shows, and live events. It will be available for Xbox 360, Xbox One and other Microsoft devices but who knows if it will stay limited to that. The first series will be a Soccer show about street soccer players and their journey titled “Every Street United” with other shows like a Halo series to follow.
Looks like Drive Club is finally set to go from Park to Drive and has shed detail on the game’s release date. Sony has announced Driveclub will be available on PS4 from October 7 in North America, October 8 in Europe and October 10 in the UK. To put things in perspective this is nearly a year after its initial release date as it was a launch title for the PS4 but light has shed as their were a number of reasons for the delay including adding tracks, cars and getting the social network aspect of the game just right. Sony has also said the PS Plus version of the game is still on when the game releases.
Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes Set
With info leaking about this in the past it has been confirmed this week that a Disney Infinity 2.0 will be set to release in the fall and now with Marvel Heroes. The trailer which heavily focused on the Avengers cast will be a bigger game respectively and will now come out on next generation consoles along with everything else.
This last one is a doozy of an announcement as it was teased by Activision that they will reveal their next Call of Duty on Sunday it ended up leaking before that. They have gone on to officially releasing the trailer themselves which you can find below and as mentioned looks tailored to next generation platforms. Call of Duty Advance Warfare features Kevin Spacey playing a key role in the game and the focus has shifted towards Privatized Military forces. See the trailer below and let us know what you think of all the news coming out of this week.