Happy March! Today was filled with yet another huge batch of video game news. We received word that Bungie filed for something called “Bungiecon,” San Diego Comic-Com 2021 has been canceled, The Binding of Isaac: Repentance is coming to PlayStation 4,PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch likely in the summer, and more. Here’s the video game news you might’ve missed on March 1, 2021.
Today, the official San Diego Comic-Con Twitter page announced that SDCC 2021 has been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The company previously intended on holding an onsite event in July 2021 but feels that this would have been “too early to hold an in-person event of the magnitude of Comic-Con.” The next in-person event is scheduled for some time in 2022, while the digital Comic-Con@Home event will occur this summer, though abbreviated to three days in length due to ongoing financial strain. Comic-Con@Home will occur July 23-25.
Publisher Nicalis has announced that the “sequel-sized” final expansion to The Binding of Isaac called Repentance will be launching for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 in Q3 2021. Repentance is available to preorder physically now and will serve as the game’s final chapter, with new features and secrets to uncover. It will include alternate paths, 4-player co-op, over 130 new items, two new playable characters, and a lot more.
The PS5 enhanced version of Terminator: Resistance will be getting a physical edition, courtesy of distributor Limited Run Games. Preorders will go live tomorrow, March 2, and will also include a collector’s edition, featuring a steel book, a comic, postcards, and a collector’s box. Terminator: Resistance – Enhanced will launch for PS5 on April 30, 2021.
Sony has detailed the latest batch of PS Now games for the month of March 2021. The lineup includes the following:
Overall, it’s a solid lineup that bolsters the more than 700 games available through the service. PS Now is much like Xbox Game Pass, wherein users pay a monthly fee to gain access to a massive list of PlayStation games.
As listed on Trademark247.com (and relayed by GamesRadar), Bungie has filed a trademark for “Bungiecon,” listed under the “Education” category of the site. While it’s unclear what this will be exactly since Bungie hasn’t made a public announcement, we do know the company first filed the trademark back in June 2020. At this point, we shouldn’t take this to mean a Bungie convention will definitely happen at some point, as companies often file for trademarks that ultimately never see the light of day.