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Crysis Remastered’s Release Date And First Screenshots Have Leaked – Press Start Australia

The Microsoft Store has leaked Crysis Remastered’s release date and first screenshots. The game will release on July 23rd and weigh in at 7.01gb. It’s set to release on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. The first screenshots show off remastered visuals t…

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Three Ubisoft executives leave amid misconduct allegations – Engadget

Ubisoft’s misconduct scandal is expanding as three executives are leaving in response.

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CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot reiterated that the moves were vital to put an end to “toxic behaviors” and help Ubisoft “improve and strengthen” its culture. He maintained that the misconduct was in stark opposition to values that he “never compromised — and never will.”
These additional departures come just days after a slew of allegations surfaced against numerous employees across Ubisoft’s offices. The accusations ranged from sexual harassment and intimidation through to abuse, racism and retaliation. Some of the accusers added that HR and management would disregard complaints, making it possible for staff to continue misconduct.
The unusual weekend timing likely isn’t coincidental. The executive resignations were announced just before Ubisoft’s Forward showcase, which takes place today (July 12th) at 3PM ET. In theory, this addresses the core issues plaguing Ubisoft and lets it focus more on upcoming games rather than internal turmoil.

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PlayStation 5 Black Edition’s dramatic concept design revealed – Micky News

Sony unveiled the hardware design of the PlayStation 5 which comprises a white and black design to match perfectly with the new controller.

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A PlayStation 5 Black Edition concept design video has been posted on YouTube by graphic designer Snoreyn (Giuseppe Spinelli). The clip shows precisely what many gamers would like it to be for Christmas this year.
It’s already been stated that there will be custom PS5 game consoles. However, Sony could do little wrong by also mass-producing a black version.
Dramatic Concept Design of the PS5 Black Edition
As reported by Notebook Check, the new concept design released by Snoreyn proves that a PS5 Black Edition needs to be in the works. The surprisingly dramatic video clip is copied from the official Sony reveal of the PlayStation 5 hardware from a few weeks ago.
Like the Xbox Series X original design, the most awaited game console PS5 stands vertically and will include two versions: one with a 4K Blu-ray drive and a pure Digital Edition. This is a very extreme variant that will surely excite all gamers! The PS5 models without the optical drive look substantially thinner than the older model, thanks to the removal of the drive.
Releasing the Black Edition of the PlayStation 5 on the market seems like a “no-brainer” decision for the company, and it would be remarkable if they did not issue such hardware at some point, possibly even in time for Christmas. There are still a lot of surprises in store for fans, and Sony might release a custom edition and the fact that a black variant of the console could feature as part of any upcoming more significant revelations.
PlayStation 5 Black Edition Release Date and Price
Sony has been slowly giving more information about its next-generation PS5 in recent months. As mentioned by Amazon France lists, the release date for the 5th edition of PlayStation is on November 20, 2020, in the middle of the holiday shopping season, and one week before Black Friday.
The first two PlayStations before the 5th gen were around $299, with the PS3 at $499 and the PS4 at $399. So, the suspicious price for the upcoming PS5 black edition is at roughly $499. There’s no news on the PS5 black version’s exact price. Still, it seems logical to assume that the two PS5 consoles will command different price points, with the Digital Edition likely being a bit cheaper compared to the Standard Edition.
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Three Ubisoft executives leave amid misconduct allegations – Yahoo Finance Australia

Ubisoft’s misconduct scandal is expanding as three executives are leaving in response.

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More executives are leaving Ubisoft in the wake of misconduct allegations. The company has announced (via Kotaku) that Chief Creative Officer Serge Hascoët has resigned immediately after Libération claims he enabled misconduct by other executives, including Tommy François. The publishers Managing Director for Canadian studios, Yannis Mallat, has also left immediately after multiple allegations against employees in the country made it impossible for him to continue in the role.
Global human resources head Cécile Cornet is also leaving, although Ubisoft stressed that she made that choice in the best interest of the Companys unity. Her exit comes alongside restructuring and strengthening HR to adapt to the new realities of the business.
CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot reiterated that the moves were vital to put an end to toxic behaviors and help Ubisoft improve and strengthen its culture. He maintained that the misconduct was in stark opposition to values that he never compromised and never will.
These additional departures come just days after a slew of allegations surfaced against numerous employees across Ubisofts offices. The accusations ranged from sexual harassment and intimidation through to abuse, racism and retaliation. Some of the accusers added that HR and management would disregard complaints, making it possible for staff to continue misconduct.
The unusual weekend timing likely isnt coincidental. The executive resignations were announced just before Ubisofts Forward showcase, which takes place today (July 12th) at 3PM ET. In theory, this addresses the core issues plaguing Ubisoft and lets it focus more on upcoming games rather than internal turmoil.

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