Weekly Round-Up: Final Fantasy XV Switch Talks, New RDR2 News on the Way, and Much More!

Here is all the big news you may have missed from this past week!


Final Fantasy XV For Switch Talks


Square Enix is running tests to see if a FFXV Switch port is possible, game director Hajime Tabata told Eurogamer, “We’re actually doing very specific technical investigations into what’s possible at the moment,” this is great news and hopefully the FFXV team figures out a way to realize FFXV on the Switch.  Here is so gameplay so you can imagine plying FFXV on your Switch, its pretty great isn’t it.

New Read Dead Redemption 2 News On The Way


Rockstar has been quiet about there upcoming western for a while now, but they announced on Twitter today that they will release something related to Red Dead Redemption 2 this upcoming Thursday the 28th at 11am ET. We can only speculate at this point, but it will most likely be a trailer related to the game’s story. Red Dead Redemption 2 releases in Spring of next year for Xbox One and PS4.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Maps Revealed for Galactic Assault 

EA has revealed all of the maps that will be playable in the new 40 player mode that features heroes and vehicles, galactic assault. The mode was featured at E3 this year and you can check out some of the footage below. The maps are featured from all eras of the series and not just one specific trilogy. The game mode will have 11 maps at launch, and will feature maps from 2015’s Battlefront, but will also include new maps such as, Mos Eisley. Here is the full list:

Nabbo, Kamino, Kashyyyk, Endor, Death Star II, Hoth, Mos Eisley, Yavin IV, Jakku, Takodana and Starkiller Base

Star Wars Battlefront 2 looks to be the game Star Wars fans have been waiting for, as all post launch content will be free, and it will feature a single-player campaign, where you play as an Imperial squad leader after the events of The Last Jedi.

Vampyr Gets Delayed


The upcoming story/action game from Life is Strange developer Dontnod has been delayed until spring of next year instead of November of this year. The delayed was caused by a “technical issue”, and the developers want to make sure the game is polished as can be when it hits shelves. Will this spell trouble for Dontnod or will this be a small fixable issue, hopefully it is the latter as Vampyr looks like a great game. Here is some game play, it looks pretty damn good doesn’t it?

Call of Duty: WWII Cinematic Trailer Revealed


The first cinematic trailer for the upcoming yearly entry of the beloved, (maybe not so much beloved anymore but you get the gist), series Call of Duty released. The story revolves around Private Ronald “Red” Daniels, as he gets his first taste of combat on Normandy beach during D-Day. Maybe this year’s version will put the series back on the right path, but who knows with Activison in all honesty. Call of Duty: WWII releases on November 3, on PS4, Xbox One and PC for $59.99.

That is all the big news we have this week make sure to stay tuned for more info on anything gaming related here at Sick Critic.

I am a huge sports game fan, if I am not playing 2k or Madden, then I am probably playing the latest big release that week. Someone also needs to bring back the NCAA football series soon, please and thank you.

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