Start every weekday morning with Words About Games’ round-up of the latest news from in and around the games industry.
This morning – Star Trek: Bridge Crew will come bundled with all Vive’s bought in June, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite’s full roster has reportedly been leaked, Sony have revealed their free PS Plus games line-up for June, Team17 have announced their E3 line-up and Take Two Interactive have bought Kerbal Space Program.
HTC Vive now comes bundled with Star Trek: Bridge Crew – HTC have announced that every Vive will now come bundled with a free copy of Star Trek: Bridge Crew. The multiplayer-focused bridge simulator is being given away in an effort to increase consumer demand for the virtual reality headset. The offer is only available for the month of June and doesn’t replace the other games already bundled with the device.
(via PC Gamer)
Report: Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite roster leaked – It appears that the full roster for Capcom’s upcoming crossover fighting game Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite has leaked. The reported roster has 28 fighters – 14 each from both Marvel and Capcom and includes a variety of popular characters from both companies. Check out the full leaked roster at the link below.
PS Plus games announced for June – Sony have announced their free games line-up for PS Plus subscribers for the month of June. PS4 owners will be able to download Killing Floor 2 and Life Is Strange for free, as well as Neon Chrome, a Vita game which features PS4 crossbuy. Vita owners will also get access to Spy Chameleon while PS3 owners can download Abyss Odyssey and WRC 5: World Rally Championship.
(via Playstation Blog)
Team17 announce E3 line-up – Indie publisher Team17 have announced their line-up of E3 games. Coming to the show later this month are sci-fi city builder Aven Colony, sandbox prison escape game The Escapists 2, starship simulator Genesis Alpha One and adventure platformer Yoku’s Island Express.
(via Playstation Lifestyle)
Kerbal Space Program acquired by Take Two Interactive – Publisher Take Two Interactive have today announced that they have acquired hit indie game Kerbal Space Program. According to a press release by Take Two the acquisition won’t affect the game too much, but will instead give the developer the resources to push the game forward. Take Two are best known as the publisher of Rockstar Games.
(via Take Two Interactive Press Release)