The week on JVL: what not to miss (W23 / 2022)


Every Sunday the editorial team invites you to discover the essential videogame news of the week. Here is the summary of what you shouldn’t miss from 12/06 to 19/06.

You haven’t been able to follow the videogame news of the week, but would you like to know what information you shouldn’t miss?

Stop moving, you are in the right place! JVL invites you to find out which novelties have been most successful in the world of your favorite consoles and games in recent days, here is the essential of the week from 12/06 to 19/06:

  • Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: FF7 Remake Part 2 has a release date (Thursday 6/16)
    That’s it, it’s official, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake sequel has a name and even a release window on PS5. Isn’t life beautiful?
  • Hideo Kojima formalizes his project with Xbox (Sunday 12/06)
    That’s it, it’s done, Kojima took advantage of the Xbox / Bethesda conference to finally formalize his new project with the American company.
  • Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Goes Official And Makes An Appointment (Thursday 06/16)
    So it is done. It is no coincidence that the last event dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the cult game allowed the remaster (Remake?) Of Crisis Core to become official.
  • GTA 6: Rockstar Website Goes Black, Studio Prepares Ad? (Wednesday 15/06)
    It looks like the Rockstar site went into total blackout a few hours ago, would there be an announcement in the pipes?
  • Final Fantasy 7: a leak just before the livestream of this June 17th? (Wednesday 15/06)
    Less than a day before the FF7 live stream, a fairly respectable leaker is now trying to tweak us as to what revelation he has in store for us.
  • The Last of Us Remake: Tess and Joel renew on PS5 (Wednesday 6/15)
    Now it’s set in stone, the Last of Us Remake is coming, and Naughty Dog continues to show us all the hard work put into this update.
  • Forza Motorsport: Unlike Gran Turismo 7, Ray Tracing Will Be Everywhere (Friday 6/17)
    While Gran Turismo 7 has chosen to do without ray tracing during racing, Forza Motorsport intends to enable it as much as possible.
  • Resident Evil 7: PS5 update has an exception (Wednesday 6/15)
    Since Capcom’s June 14 preview, Resident Evil 2.3 and 7 have been able to benefit from the next generation update for free … well, there’s one exception.
  • Crisis Core Remake: comparison between remake and original, it’s only canon! (Friday 17/06)
    Announced during Square Enix’s latest Final Fantasy 7 livestream, the remaster (remake?) Of Crisis Core is shown and compared to its original version.
  • PS5: Sony is reportedly working on new Dualsense “Pro” controllers (Wednesday 6/15)
    It is a recent report from Tom Henderson that makes our mouth water today in which he reveals that Sony is preparing to announce new PS5 controllers.
  • Starfield finally shows gameplay and looks great (Sunday 12/06)
    It’s been a long time, but Bethesda’s next big RPG ended up showing several minutes of mouthwatering gameplay.
  • Palworld: the Pokémon-like with guns still sinks into the absurd (Tuesday 06/14)
    Shooting, assembly line work, poaching, killing … Palworld has decided to go all the way with its concept and proves it once again on video.
  • League of Legends and all Riot Games coming to Game Pass (Sunday 6/12)
    Unexpected surprise of this Xbox Showcase, Riot Games and all its games for PC and mobile devices join Xbox Game Pass with huge bonuses.
  • Sifu becomes more accessible with a new update, but not only … (Monday 06/13)
    The acclaimed fighting game will soon receive some additions in this brand new summer update.
  • Saints Row Announces Free Download of Boss Factory (Monday 6/13)
    The Saints Row reboot made a small appearance during this Summer Game Fest 2022 and offers players the opportunity to create their own avatar in advance.

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