Casual Gaming News: F1 Manager 23 teased

Casual Gaming News: F1 Manager 23 teased

Casual Gaming News: 04/24/23 – 04/30/23

We’re back to break down the casual gaming news for this week. If you have any suggestions for news headlines we’ve missed, let us know in the comments!

Firstly on Casual Gaming News this week:

May’s ‘free’ games with Amazon Prime Gaming have been revealed

Casual Gaming News: F1 Manager 23 teased

“Prime Gaming, which is part of an Amazon Prime subscription, gives members PC titles to keep and exclusive in-game content every month.

New games, which will be available to claim every Thursday, will include Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D, Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition, Last Resort and Samurai Shodown IV.

April’s free Prime Gaming titles include Wolfenstein: The New Order, Art of Fighting 3, The Beast Inside, Ghost Pilots, Beholder 2, Looking for Aliens and Magician Lord.

Amazon will be offering free in-game loot and content drops in May for titles including League of Legends, FIFA 23Overwatch 2Lost ArkNew World and Farm Heroes Saga.”

It’s an exciting day for those who use Prime Gaming – the list looks amazing!

Read more at Video Games Chronicles here.

UK government says the Nintendo Switch can’t handle Call of Duty

“Since their surprise December announcement of a 10-year deal to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo consoles, Microsoft and Activision have expressed confidence that the Switch hardware can handle their popular shooter series. But that confidence didn’t convince the UK government, which says that it has “seen no evidence to suggest that [Nintendo] consoles would be technically capable of running a version of CoD that is similar to those in Xbox and PlayStation in terms of quality of gameplay and content.”

This is interesting considering Microsoft and Activision have confirmed that the Switch can handle Call of Duty. What do you think?

Read more at ars Technica here.

F1 Manager 23 teased for the first time

Casual Gaming News: F1 Manager 23 teased

“While all eyes were on today’s F1 23’s mysterious teaser, Frontier Developments has quietly announced F1 Manager 23, the sequel to F1 Manager 2022, quietly revealing the game logo.

F1 Manager 23’s announcement comes just in time for this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Just like last year, this means F1 fans will have two officially licensed F1 games to enjoy this year.

F1 Manager 23 will of course include all the teams, cars, drivers, and tracks from the 2023 F1 season. The Las Vegas and Qatar circuits joined the calendar, so expect these circuits to be brought to life in F1 Manager 23 with stunning detail.”

An exciting time for F1 fans! F1 Manager allows you to manage your team and drivers to win the championship! Will you be playing?

Read more at Racing Games here.

Steam now lets you pin to-do lists in each game

“Everyone loves a good to-do list, and now they’re spreading into PC games. Along with a slew of other new features, Steam’s latest update includes an integrated Notes app as part of a re-vamped in-game overlay tool. It lets you write thoughts and tasks down about the game you’re playing then runs on top of the game while you play, which you can access across any PC you log into and when playing offline.”

If you find yourself getting overwhelmed by tasks while playing your favorite Steam games, fear not! We think this new feature is awesome.

Read more at Engadget here.


PlayStation Plus Free Games For May 2023 Revealed

Casual Gaming News: F1 Manager 23 teased

“Following a leak, PlayStation has confirmed the next batch of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. PS Plus members across all three tiers will be able to claim this trio of games in May 2023: Grid Legends, Chivalry 2, and Descenders. All three games will be free for PS Plus subscribers starting May 2.”

The game list looks amazing – we’re most excited for Grid Legends!

Read more at Game Spot here.

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