The biggest news from the game of December 28, 2021


Destiny 2 Vaults, Sonic LEGOs, The Riot Games Trial, New Remedy Game and more in the game news today.



Destiny 2 Queen Witch Glaive

The New Years are fast approaching, but there is still plenty of time for game news before the end of 2021. The last Tuesday of the month brings information about Destiny 2’s next expansion, The Witch Queen, news on a partnership between Remedy and Tencent and a LEGO Sonic the Hedgehog set. We also have the outcome of the Riot gender discrimination lawsuit and a new list that reveals the most popular video game consoles in Japan. Here are the biggest stories of Tuesday, December 28, 2021.



Destiny 2 The Witch Queen - Release delayed to 2022

A Bungie developer known as Spawnling on Reddit described everything that left Destiny 2 when Witch Queen launched next February. The Destiny Content Vault was introduced at the start of the previous expansion, Beyond Light, as a way to extract in-game content with the goal of reducing the game’s file size and reducing development time. According to Spawnling, all of Beyond Light’s seasonal content will disappear, including the various wings of the HELM but not the Prismatic Recaster or the Umbral Encoder. Presage and Harbinger will be vaulted with the Tangled Shore and Forsaken campaign.

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By Remedy

The developer of Control Remedy today announced that the studio has partnered with Tencent to license and distribute its upcoming free-to-play co-op shooter, Vanguard, in “select Asian markets.” Tencent will co-fund the game and develop a mobile version of Vanguard that it will develop separately.



sonic lego
via lego

The new Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone set has been officially confirmed by LEGO and slated for a January 1 release date. The set, which started as a fan submission on the Lego Ideas platform earlier this year, will cost $ 69.99. It includes 1,125 pieces and includes Sonic and Dr. Robotnik in his Egg Robot.



Via Riot Games

League of Legends studio Riot Games has agreed to pay current and former employees $ 100 million in a settlement for the 2018 workplace discrimination and harassment class action lawsuit. A minimum of $ 80 million will be paid to current and former employees, including contract workers, while the remaining $ 20 million will go to plaintiffs’ legal fees. The studio also agreed to third-party monitoring for three years in order to implement workplace reforms and ensure that women and members of under-represented communities are part of all selection committees. jobs.




breath of the wild

Finally, the Japanese cable network TV Asahi recently asked 50,000 viewers what their all-time favorite game was. The poll result was released yesterday, revealing a strong preference for Nintendo games among Japanese viewers. Four of the top ten games were Nintendo titles, with Breath of the Wild taking the top spot. Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Splatoon 2 were also in the top ten, so there could be some recency bias in play here. Check here to see the full list.


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