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An Update on RiME is Coming in a “Few Weeks”, Development “Advancing at a Great Pace”

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It has been a long time since we last heard an update regarding Tequila Work’s upcoming adventure game, RiME. The development team has been saying they’d be speaking about the game “soon” for well over a year now, and with the game missing E3 2016 the future of the project wasn’t looking too bright.

But, Tequila Works says the game is “advancing at a great pace” in a news post over at Gamespot.

PR Manager Jose Herraez confirmed to Gamespot that RiME is still in active development and that the team knows “it has been a long time with no news, and we are just as eager to communicate about the game as media and fans are to receive news, but we are only a few weeks away of changing that.”

News about RiME is expected to drop either during or near Gamescom this August. Hopefully we see something new from the game in the form of a trailer. Stay tuned for further updates on the game as we have them.

RiME doesn’t have a release date yet and platforms are unconfirmed at this point as Tequila Works previously bought the game’s rights back from Sony. The original release platform for the game was only PS4, but that may have changed.

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New Footage Shows Off PlayStation 5 Loading Times

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New footage has emerged demonstrating the loading times of Sony’s upcoming PlayStation console.

The Wall Street Journal technology reporter Takashi Mochizuki posted a video on Twitter showing off the new console’s loading times in Marvel’s Spider-Man. While the PlayStation 4 Pro takes 8.1 seconds to load an area, the next generation console takes 0.83 seconds.

The video also demonstrates the speed at which the upcoming console loads the game world in Marvel’s Spider-Man; while the PS4 Pro stutters while loading in the buildings of the open world, the next generation console speeds through the world without any noticeable lag.

Check out the full video below.

Sony confirmed the first details of its upcoming console last month, revealing that it will be backwards compatible and feature much more advanced technology than the PS4. OnlySP’s Daniel Pereira felt that the beefy specifications may not be entirely necessary for the console.

A sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man may be in the works, if recent job advertisements at Insomniac Games are any indication.

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