Little Devil Inside Reemerges With A New Trailer And Cryptic Developer Update

It’s been a long time since Little Devil Inside, a promising survival action RPG from indie developer Neostream, has made any noise. The game’s last substantial update came in October 2021. But after over two years of silence, Neostream has come back with a new trailer and cryptic update hinting at what’s been going on with the team.

The rest of Neostream’s update indicates the team has reduced in size but confirms that the founders and core members remain at the studio. The studio assures backers that Little Devil Inside still exists and that it is currently discussing publishing before it can give fans a more substantial update. Until then, the team has prepared a six-minute montage video showing off the game running in Unreal Engine 5.

Little Devil Inside has no release window but we’re hoping to learn more concrete details in the near future. 

Sony Testing PC Support For PlayStation VR2

“[We’re] pleased to share that we are currently testing the ability for PS VR2 players to access additional games on PC to offer even more game variety in addition to the PS VR2 titles available through PS5,” a new PlayStation Blog post published today reads. “We hope to make this support available in 2024, so stay tuned for more updates.”

The rest of the blog goes on to detail new and upcoming titles coming to PS VR2, but those are going to be playable with PlayStation 5 consoles. However, it sounds like PC support, which could open up a flood gate for new VR content, might arrive later this year. 

Are you interested in PC support for PS VR2? Let us know in the comments below!

League Of Legends Fighting Game Project L Renamed 2XKO And Gets New Trailer

The 2D 2v2 tag-team fighter looks very promising based on today’s footage. The game takes cues from Marvel vs Capcom in its assist-focused tag team play and utilizes more simplified inputs to lower the barrier for entry while maintaining strategic depth. Based on previous updates, online play features rollback netcode. Set in the world of Runterra, 2XKO features a roster of League of Legends champions, of which only four have been revealed so far: Darius, Ekko, Ahri, and Yasuo. As Riot states on the game’s website, it’s still “heads down” working on updates to share, so a release window may not be coming in the near future. 

2XKO was first announced as Project L in 2019 alongside other League of Legends projects, including what would later become Valorant and LoL: Wild Rift. Hopefully it will cross the finish line sooner than later. What do you think of the game’s official title and this fresh look at gameplay? Let us know in the comments. 

Mortal Kombat 1: Check Out John Cena's Peacemaker Debut In New Gameplay Trailer

Mortal Kombat 1 reset the fighting universe when it launched on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, and PC last September. Now, it’s time for a new fighter from a different universe to join the roster. John Cena’s Peacemaker, the hero that first appeared in 2021’s The Suicide Squad and later in his epoynomous HBO Max series, joins the game next week on February 28. 

Ahead of his release, NetherRealm Studios has released the first look at Peacemaker’s gameplay in Mortal Kombat 1, and it features a lot of justice, a lot of peace, and, of course, a lot of blood. 

Check out the Peacemaker gameplay trailer for yourself below

As you can see in the trailer above, Peacemaker is voiced by Cena himself and features moves inspired by the character’s live-action counterpart. That includes the fatality, which starts with Peacemaker ripping Quan-Chi in half by way of jet pack before sonic booming the rest of his body into bits. 

Peacemaker hits the Mortal Kombat 1 roster on February 28, but those who own the Premium Edition of the game or the Kombat Pack can get early access to the character soon. 

Elsewhere in this trailer, we learn that Janet Cage is joining the game as a new Kameo fighter in March – she’s an alternate version of Johnny Cage from a different reality. We also learn that crossplay (or Krossplay as NetherRealm calls it) will go live on February 28, allowing PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC (via Steam and the Epic Games Store) players to fight against each other in-game. 

Are you going to play as Peacemaker in Mortal Kombat 1 next week? Let us know in the comments below!