The Biggest Gaming News For October 7, 2022 – TheGamer

We might see a new Crash Bandicoot game revealed soon and Gotham Knights spoilers are out in the wild.
You've finally made it to the end of the week, but before you kick your feet up with some those fancy video games, here's all the biggest gaming news that happened over the course of the day. One such story was the reveal that a new Crash Bandicoot might be revealed during this year's Game Awards show.
Other stories in today's roundup include the early release of a spoiler-filled Gotham Knights artbook and another tease for Hideo Kojima's next game. Read on for all the details.
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It was announced that Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time is headed to Steam on October 18 via a press kit sent out to influencers. However, that announcement was slightly overshadowed by the tease that a new Crash Bandicoot game is probably going to be revealed at the Game Awards later this year. It's possible that this could be a Crash 5 announcement, but fans seem to think that Activision is gearing up to reveal the long-rumored Wumpa League title, a multiplayer game that was reportedly set to release alongside Crash 4.
If you're looking forward to Gotham Knights which launches later this year, you may want to undergo a social media blackout as the contents of an artbook for the game which is chock full of spoilers has leaked. Gotham Knights' executive producer Fleur Marty commented on the leak, saying that he "can't begin to understand why would anyone spoil a story."
Kojima is teasing his next project again. Shortly after confirming rumors that Elle Fanning will be involved in the next game from Kojima Productions, a new poster with the words "Where Am I" has been revealed with a different woman's silhouette behind them. Thanks to previous leaks, it's pretty much agreed by most fans that the woman is Margaret Qualley, the actress that plays Mama in Death Stranding.
MultiVersus players may only just be getting to grips with Rick, but developer Player First Games isn't slowing down with the character additions as Stripe is headed to the roster next week. We weren't given a specific release date, but a later post from the MultiVersus Twitter account revealed a partial moveset for Stripe and confirmed that he's an Assassin.
Finally, it's time to ink up again as Nintendo has revealed the topic of Splatoon 3's next Splatfest. This time, it's a fun little crossover as Splatoon players are going to be asked what their preferred Pokemon starter type is – Fire-Type, Water-Type, or Grass-Type. You'll have quite a while to think about this very important question though, as this particular Splatfest will start on November 11 at 4 PM PT. Just be aware that if you don't pick Fire-Type then you've made an enemy of me.
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Joshua Robertson is a News Editor for TheGamer. When not playing Pokemon or scaring himself silly with the latest horror games, he can usually be found begging FromSoftware for a Bloodborne remaster.

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