At E3 2019, CD Projekt Red, the highly respected company that published The Witcher franchise, pulled the veil back even more on their highly anticipated video game Cyberpunk 2077. Revealed back in 2013, we’ve steadily been getting more information about the game over the past year. This year, we learned that Keanu Reeves himself would feature prominently in the game. But just who is Johnny … Continue reading So, Who Is Johnny Silverhand in ‘Cyberpunk 2077’? – ScreenHub Entertainment
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3 has come to a conclusion and what an event it was. Full of game reveals, gameplay and a peek at the future of the industry, this particular event had quite a bit to showcase. We’re going to break down some highlights of the expo, showcase our favourite moments and talk about what streaming gaming can mean for the industry and the consumer.
In 2018, God of War was released on the PS4 to universal acclaim and became a best seller overnight. It boosted sales of the PS4 console itself and proved to naysayers that singleplayer gaming isn’t dead. The 2018 edition of the game saw a lot of advancements made, from an emphasis on story and character to a semi-open world structure that encouraged exploring and sidequests. The new game took the action from Ancient Greece, where the original trilogy and its spin-offs took place and brought Kratos, the border-line villain from the original games and thrust him into the realm of Norse mythology, along with the responsibility of being a single dad. It was quite the shift and critics and fans loved it. Now with the sales and reception being so positive, it’s only a matter of time before a follow-up title is announced. So where should Kratos and his son explore next? While it seems that the next game will continue to be set in the Norse Pantheon, the studio is looking to the future and considering other locales to bring the God of War to.