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Rumor: Slightly Mad Studios Working on Fast & Furious Title



In an open discussion with Australian YouTuber SpotTheOzzie, Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell revealed some delicate hints regarding one of the company’s projects.

When talking about the Need for Speed series, Bell equates Need for Speed’s content with that of a Hollywood film franchise. “I can tell you we have a six-year deal with that major Hollywood company that’ll beat what Need for Speed is doing. For the next six years,” said Bell, reiterating previous hints about the developer’s upcoming title.

Although Fast & Furious was not directly mentioned in Bell’s conversation with SpotTheOzzie, the developer later dropped hints that seemed rather telling. However, no official confirmation has yet been made, meaning that whether or not the studio’s current project is a Fast & Furious title remains a rumor for now.

The full discussion between SpotTheOzzie and Ian Bell is available here.

Slightly Mad Studios is an independent British video game company based in London, England. The company released Need for Speed: Shift with Electronic Arts in September 2009. So far, Slightly Mad Studios focuses solely on various racing games and simulators, with one of its current titles being the sequel to 2015’s Project CARS, which is slated to release on Friday and was selected as one of OnlySP’s top three PC games for September, though it will also be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Gearbox: Borderlands 3 Will Support Cross-Play Post Launch



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In a recent reveal from Gearbox, Borderlands 3 was confirmed to eventually support cross-platform play.

The news came from Gearbox CEO, Randy Pitchford, via Twitter in response to fan speculation earlier in the week. While the team is looking into ways of introducing cross-play to Borderlands 3, the much-desired feature will not be available at launch. Pitchford did not disclose what timeframe players can expect to receive support.

The tweet arrived before the release of a fun musical “So Happy Together” trailer (below). The video did not show anything in terms of gameplay, though, the theme of togetherness coinciding with the cross-play news was a nice touch.

Recently, Gearbox shared some screenshots of the game’s world, so be sure to check those out here.

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