Amazon’s new Game: New World Everything that You should Know About it

After successfully holding e-commerce and OTT platform, now Amazon is going to release a video game. Yes, Amazon game studio and Double Helix games lauch a game together. Already the company starting too much publicity that’s why the name of the game may be known to you. I am here talking about none other than, the upcoming brand new game “New World”.

So, if you curious to know about it, then, read the whole article. I hope after reading the whole one you may get all answers of your questions.

Release Date

In the year of 2018, Amazon game studios announced that, the project of this game is already started. After that, in May, 2020 first time the game scheduled to release. But the release is cancelled due to COVID 19 situation. Then it’s scheduled in August. But as the condition didn’t change yet, so the release date have to change.

And now, after lots of delay and dilema finally the company choose 31st August for releasing to the game.

About the gameplay

The game start with a fictional island which is located in Atlantic Ocean. Here we see the main character of our game who fight against other players and monsters.

This is also a multiplayer game where you have to form a squad of five players. The best part is you play this game with your real world friends.

System Requirements and platform

The game is now only available on Microsoft Windows.

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So, that’s why you need a pc with latest windows version. The recommended processors are Intel® Core™ i5-2400 / AMD CPU with 4 physical cores @ 3Ghz. And minimum of 8gb ram required. Beside this, NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 670 2GB / AMD Radeon R9 280 or better graphics card you should use for better experience.

So, if you interested to play this game then you can now pre-registered in steam for this game. Most probably you can purchase this game after releasing with $40.

That’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for latest updates.

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