Cyberpunk 2077 Leaks Online, PS4 Version Spotted

Today: World of WarCraft old enough to be eligible for learner’s permit — Square Enix announces sequel to The World Ends With You — Tetsuya Mizuguchi has a new synaesthesia project in the works

New Cyberpunk 2077 footage leaks online

You might wanna step away from the internet for a few days if you don’t want any Cyberpunk 2077 spoilers since new gameplay footage just leaked online.

Gets stickers, postcards and a game map with physical copies

The game was supposed to be out last week, but CD Projekt RED decided to push it back a bit at the last minute, as the developers were not confident they could deliver a day 1 patch for all the platforms the game would launch on on November 19th. Instead, they chose to delay until December 10th.

Picture perfect: The new leaks are the result of early copies arriving to retailers, and pictures of the front and back cover have appeared online.

Spoiler alert: The gameplay footage is making the rounds on all the usual places, so just train yourself to close your eyes immediately when seeing something related to Cyberpunk 2077, and you'll be fine. Oh, and if you do happen to catch a glimpse of gameplay, it's from the last-gen version – so don't be disappointed by the graphics.

What peripheral launched alongside the PlayStation 2 version of Rez?

a) The EyeToy
b) The Pelican Chameleon Controller
c) The Trance Vibrator
d) The PS2 Dance Pad

The answer will be revealed at the bottom of today's issue. Join up with our community on Twitter and Facebook to discuss what the answer could be.

Even Abel started out small

Street Fighter IV features a wide roster of fighters, ranging from classic characters to all-new additions. One of the newcomers is the amnesiac French mixed martial artist Abel, who was supposed to be a spare body for the series’ villain, M. Bison.

Abel is a bit forgetful at times, like how judo isn't MMA

All this complicated lore was added later, though: Abel was originally designed as a small, androgynous boy with pigtails who wore bandages on his upper body, with baggy blue pants and sandals. He was supposed to use judo rather than MMA, so it sounds a bit like he was supposed to be Makoto’s little brother.

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World of Warcraft’s super sweet 16

The eighth World of WarCraft expansion just launched, marking the 16th anniversary since the game launched on November 23rd, 2004. If you’re more into shooting, Bohemia Interactive’s Vigor is coming to PlayStation and if you prefer to shake your tail feathers, Just Dance is coming to next-gen consoles.

World of Warcraft is now 16 years old

Monday – November 23rd

  • World of Warcraft: Shadowlands for PC

Tuesday – November 24th

  • Just Dance 2021 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X

Wednesday – November 25th

  • Star Renegades for PlayStation 4
  • Vigor for PlayStation 4

Thursday – November 26th

  • Spirit of the North: Enhanced Edition for PlayStation 5

NEO: The World Ends with You announced

Square Enix just announced a sequel to The World Ends With You, a mobile and DS game from 2007 that achieved a bit of a cult status for its modern, urban settings and cool soundtrack.

The World Ends with You is going 3D with an all-new cast

NEO: The World Ends with You is coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch, and is set in the streets of Shibuya in Tokyo, just like the original. The story follows Rindo, a player in the mysterious Reapers' Game which determines the fate of its participants.

Playable manga: NEO: The World Ends With You features stylized, cel-shaded art and brings the Shibuya shopping district to life with crisp shapes and vertiginous camera angles. “Explore and enjoy the sights, sounds, and culture of this bustling city” when you're not fighting monsters, completing quests and fighting to master your destiny.

Cult classic: The World Ends With You: Final Remix launched for Switch last year, so this might be a great time to play the original while getting hyped for the sequel.

K/DA ALL OUT merch from Riot Games

Riot Games have unveiled a new line of K/DA All Out merchandise, including hoodies and T-shirts featuring the group's members. The virtual group's album All Out launched earlier this month, with tracks appearing online in the weeks leading up to the full release.

Hoodies are priced at $65, T-shirts are $35 and a white long-sleeve T-shirt is $48. You can find the whole collection on the True Damage store.

Parasite, Decemate, Blazt and Neptune team up for 2021 Call of Duty Challengers

Call of Duty pros Parasite, Decemate, Blazt and Neptune are forming a team and is now looking for an organization to join for the 2021 Call of Duty Challengers season.

Decemate and Blazt just finished their first season for the Los Angeles Guerillas, while Parasite is a 2013 World Champion who has played for a number of teams, while Neptune is a former Halo pro who played for Elevate and Renegades.

    • You can now transfer Marvel’s Spider-Man saves to PlayStation 5 and carry on playing your old game in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
    • Tetsuya Mizuguchi celebrates Rez's 19th anniversary by teasing new synaesthesia project from studio Enhance
    • Fortnite Galactus event on December 1st at 1pm PT / 4pm ET / 9pm GMT, continuing the Marvel x Fortnite crossover
    • You can now invert camera controls in Super Mario 3D All-Stars and the 1.1.0 update also adds support for GameCube controller

What peripheral launched alongside the PlayStation 2 version of Rez?

ANSWER: The Trance Vibrator!

Stop snickering, that's what it's called

Rez remains a pretty unique game, so it’s only fitting that it should feature a unique peripheral. While it was only released in Japan, the Trace Vibrator does exactly what it says on the tin. It vibrates to the beat of the game, adding more haptic feedback to the game. Plug it into your PlayStation 2, put it somewhere strategic and enjoy much stronger vibrations than you could get from the DualShock controller.

Unsurprisingly, the device became the butt of many jokes, prompting the developers to insist that the device was not intended to be used in any lewd ways, despite also featuring a washable plastic cover. This more or less intentional ambiguity might explain why the unusual peripheral never made it out of Japan.

Today's issue of DailyBits was written by Gavin Herman, Erlend Grefsrud, Simon Priest, and Jamie Davey.

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