Demon’s Souls Online Servers Shutting Down; Square Enix Ends Deus Ex Rumors – GS News Roundup

Welcome back to your favourite video game news video show: GS News Roundup! Jess McDonell and Dan Crowd are here again to tell you all about the following stories:

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Details Revealed

Destiny 2’s first expansion pack is dropping real soon, and game director Luke Smith recently gave us a bunch of details about the changes occurring as part of its release. These include massive changes to the economy, investment, and reward systems. Wow!

Square Enix Addresses Deus Ex Rumors

Apparently there’s been some talk floating around concerning the Deus Ex series being put on hold after the lacklustre performance of Mankind Divided (which I thought was pretty good). During an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda wanted to put an end to these rumours. Find out what he said in today’s episode!

Demon’s Souls Is Losing Online Support

It’s the game that sparked a trend towards tough-but-fair difficulties in games. But now, Demon’s Souls, the precursor to Dark Souls, is being taken offline. The PlayStation 3 exclusive will lose its online features like bloodstains, player-generated hints, and the messaging system early next year. Find out how long you’ll have to play this classic game, the way it was meant to be played, in the video above.

What did you think about today’s news? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and we’ll see you tomorrow!

  • Demon’s Souls Shuts Down Its Online Servers Soon, Losing Multiplayer And More
  • Destiny 2 Update Will Include New Rewards Systems, Economy Changes

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