It’s a new month and as always, we’re kicking it off with our SGO Inside Drive. Maintaining our status quo of bringing you the latest news, below you can catch what’s in the NBA 2K League. In addition, there’s news surround Driveclub, SEGA releasing new games and much more. Lastly, you can catch the latest on what’s been going on around SGO as well.
SGO Inside Drive 4/3: Driveclub, NBA 2K & More!
Mario & Sonic At the Olympic Games Tokyo for Nintendo Switch
Recently, SEGA announced a new Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games. As of now, the game will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch and certain arcades. The series skipped the 2018 event but plans to make a come back for 2020. Follow the link provided to catch the rest of the news from the SEGA FES 2019.
Driveclub Servers Closing up Shop
Sony recently announced the closure of servers for Driveclub, Driveclub VR and Driveclub Bikes. For those still playing, you’ll have a little under a year to keep playing as the shutdown is scheduled for March 31, 2020. If you have yet to play the games and still want to, you’d better hurry. Sony is planning to pull the games and all DLC from the PSN Store August 31, 2019.
After the shut down and pull from the marketplace, you can still enjoy the single player modes. The closure of servers and removal of the franchise comes after Sony let go of the development team behind the games, Evolution Studios.
A New Challenger Appears for the NBA 2K League
Katia Peralta, via Twitter, revealed the Charlotte Hornets plan to join the fray come next season of the NBA 2K League. The team hopes to cash in on the revenue as well as appeal to a wider and younger fan base as it looks to add its on affiliate team next year.
Charlotte Hornets will launch an NBA 2K affiliate team next year. In addition to tapping into a new revenue source, this is a way the team can broaden its appeal to young fans @NBA2K @hornets #esports https://t.co/R1uphOambq
— Katie Peralta (@katieperalta) April 3, 2019
Super Blood Hockey Coming to PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch
While everyone can enjoy a good sports simulator, arcade style games are still proving they have just as much merit. Super Blood Hockey will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch and then to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. If you want to try it now, it is available currently on Steam for PC.
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