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  1. Guerrilla Games' Hermen Hulst Named Head Of Sony Interactive Entertainment's Worldwide Studios

    Following the departure of chairman Shawn Layden, Sony has named Hermen Hulst, Guerrilla Games' director and co-founder, as the new head of Worldwide Studios and will be tasked to oversee software development across Sony's 14 internal game studios. Guerrilla promoted three people as co-studio directors: Michiel van der Leeuw, who was the technical director, Angie Smets, executive producer, and Jan-Bart van Beek, studio art director.

    Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida, who has long been an influential voice for Sony on social media, is leaving the position to shepherd smaller independent studios.

    In an interview with, PlayStation CEO and president Jim Ryan calls Hulst one of the most well-respected leaders in video games. "He is a passionate advocate for the teams he leads and understands how to empower creative talent to build great experiences," he said. "I have no doubt Hermen can lead our teams to deliver compelling and diverse experiences at a steady cadence."


  2. Terry Bogard Is Now Available In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Terry Bogard, the baseball cap-loving combatant from SNK's Fatal Frame and King of Fighters series, is now available as a DLC fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Nintendo also released update 6.0.0., which brings hero balance tweaks, item adjustments, and new spirits in the Vault.

    Battle Arena also received a number of new features, including an Elite Online arena type, and the ability to send set messages while inside the arena. Here's the complete rundown of changes, and click here to see the hero balance tweaks:

    • Offline
      • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
        • Andy Bogard
        • Joe Higashi
        • Kim Kaphwan
        • Geese Howard
        • Ryo Sakazaki
        • Kyo Kusanagi
        • Iori Yagami
        • Haohmaru
        • Nakoruru
        • Athena Asamiya
        • Ralf & Clark
        • Tockles
          • The Tockles spirit will appear on the DRAGON QUEST Spirit Board in the DLC Spirits menu.
            Note: To play on a Spirit Board in the DLC Spirits menu, you must purchase the appropriate downloadable content.
    • Online
      • The following features have been added to Battle Arena mode:
        • The arena type "Elite Only" has been added.
        • Arenas that a friend has created can now be found by going to Join Arena → Friends' Arenas, regardless of visibility.
        • The host player can now change some rules without having to shut down the arena.
        • The option "Random Battlefield and Ω Form" has been added to the stage settings.
        • You can now send set messages to each other inside an arena.
    • General
      • Added support for the upcoming Simon and Incineroar amiibo figures.
      • The following downloadable content will be usable after purchase:
        • Terry + King of Fighters Stadium
        • Ryo Sakazaki Wig + Outfit
        • Nakoruru Wig + Outfit
        • Iori Yagami Wig + Outfit
        • Akira Wig + Outfit
        • Jacy Wig + Outfit
      • You cannot make videos of replays that contain DLC you have not purchased (fighters, stages, music, Mii Fighter costumes, etc.).
      • Game balance adjustments have been made.
      • Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.
  3. The Blizzard Issue Is Now Available Digitally

    Digital subscribers to Game Informer can now learn all about Blizzard's new slate of games announced at this year's BlizzCon! Following last week's cover reveal, our digital issue is now live to subscribers on web browsersiPad/iPhone and Android devices. Individual issues will be available for purchase later today. You can download the apps to view the issue by following this link. All of these digital options are included in a standard subscription.

    The issue launches later this week on our third-party subscription apps including Google PlayKindle, and Nook.

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    Click on the banner below to reach our hub for The Blizzard Issue, which we will updating throughout the month.

  4. Blizzard Announces Hearthstone: Descent of Dragons And New Battlegrounds Game Mode

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    During the opening ceremonies of BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard announced both a new game mode and expansion for Hearthstone, its premiere strategy card game.

    Focusing on the fierce winged beasts, Descent of Dragons will feature dragons from Azeroth's storied history. The newest expansion features 135 new cards for players to experiment with, along with a new Hero Card featuring Galakrond. Utilizing the new Invoke cards, players can level up the dragon multiple times for Galakrond to reach his final form.

    Descent of Dragons will be available for players starting December 10.

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    On top of the new expansion, Blizzard also announced a new game mode called Battlegrounds. Featuring eight-player matches, Hearthstone fans will assemble boards and duel opponents until only one is left standing. 

    Fans who pre-purchase Descent of Dragons, attend BlizzCon 2019, or buy the Virtual Ticket will have access to the new mode starting November 5, while everyone else will have to wait until the game enters open beta.

    With BlizzCon 2019 in full swing, the company has lifted the curtain on its core franchises, including Diablo IV, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and Overwatch 2.

  5. Blizzard Officially Unveils Overwatch 2, Details New PvP And PvE Modes

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    Overwatch's game director Jeff Kaplan closed out BlizzCon's opening ceremony with a lengthy look at Overwatch 2, the sequel that has both been long been rumored and, more recently, the subject of numerous leaks. Overwatch 2 is a full sequel that offers new PvP modes AND a new PvE component that is divided into two sections: Story Experience and Hero Missions.

    Our first look at Overwatch 2 came from a new short film called "Zero Hour (see above)," in which we see Winston, Mei, Tracer, and Echo (who isn't a known playable hero yet) reassemble the Overwatch team to take down a new threat by Null Sector. The war begins in Paris, and then, after the film ends, transitions to Rio de Janeiro, the location for the first mission of Overwatch 2's new Story Experience. Yes, Overwatch 2 now has a dedicated PvE story mode. Hero Missions are another PvE avenue of play that gives players the chance to power up heroes with new abilities. The heroes themselves have been slightly redesigned and look a bit sleeker than before. Kaplan confirmed Sojourn is a new playable hero. She first appeared in an Archives mission in Overwatch 1, but little else is known about her.

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    Since Blizzard didn't want to leave any of its players behind, all of the new PvP content in Overwatch 2 can be played in Overwatch 1. That's right, you don't need Overwatch 2 to play Overwatch 2's PvP content, you just need Overwatch 1. Conversely, if you played the living hell out of Overwatch 1 and are worried you'll lose all of your skins, sprays, and cosmetics, all of that stuff carries over into Overwatch 2.

    Overwatch 2's PvP mode features a new core game mode called Push, which will be featured in Quick Play, Competitive Play, and will also be played in Overwatch League matches. Push tasks the warring teams to escort a robot down a path. The team that pushes it the furthest wins.

    For more on Overwatch 2, check out over cover story, which features hands-on impressions, and teases unannounced heroes and maps.


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