Welcome to another weekly review on Gaming-Grounds.de! It is now the beginning of April and the 14th week of 2020 is behind us. Despite the ongoing Corona crisis, a lot is happening in the gaming and e-sports scene. Especially in times of social distancing and #StayAtHome, games and entertainment are things that can really help a lot of people.
You can find out which topics we have placed special emphasis on over the past seven days, from March 30 to April 5, 2020, as we do every week. This time, of course, Riot Games’ new shooter VALORANT is of course part of the game, which will start with many, many players in the closed beta on Tuesday and has built up a real hype over the time since the first announcement.
But the Netflix start of the anime Naruto Shippuden and the fourth part of House of Money also provided a lot of joy. While Apex Legends finally has a specific date for the permanent duo mode, many The Last of Us fans are disappointed. Because Sony postpones the release of the second part again.
5. House of Money season 4 started
Since Friday, April 3, 2020, series fans can watch the fourth part of House of Money on Netflix. The team of city names around the professor is still stuck in the Bank of Spain. And the situation comes to a head…
Available now: House of Money Season 4 on Netflix
4. Sony postpones The Last of Us Part II
On Thursday evening, Sony and developer Naughty Dog announced that they had to postpone the release of the big The Last of Us sequel again. This time indefinitely. The Last of Us Part II was originally supposed to be released on February 21, 2020, it was announced in September last year. The release was later postponed to May 29th.
Disappointment among fans: Sony postpones The Last of Us Part II
3. Respawn finally brings the duo mode in Apex Legends
The fans had to talk to those responsible for the Battle Royale Apex Legends for a long time, now they have finally been heard. The permanent duo mode comes together with the new “Die alten Sitten” event:
Apex Legends: Respawn finally brings duo mode
2. Naruto Shippuden launched on Netflix
Since Tuesday, March 31, 2020, anime fans can look forward to a big swing of new content on Netflix. Not only other Ghibli films were released, the long-awaited Naruto Shippuden is also available with a total of ten seasons.
Tomorrow it starts: Naruto Shippuden starts on Netflix
1. VALORANT everywhere – Beta starts on Tuesday
The undisputed topic of the week is VALORANT. On Friday, the sleeves around the game have largely fallen. Numerous content creators, streamers and YouTubers were able to show their collected material from VALORANT. In several streams and videos, they introduced the new Riot Games Shooter, which will start the closed test phase next week. With a little luck you can be there too.
You can find out how to do this in the linked article. After the chance to get a beta access via drop on Twitch.tv on Friday, there is this chance again on Tuesday:
VALORANT: Win beta keys on Twitch starting today – Here’s how
As always, all interesting news can be found on Gaming-Grounds.de and especially in our news category.
One week back:
Week 13/20: From FPS to series to MMO – something for everyone