The internet is a-buzz with speculation as we get closer and closer to E3 in June. these next few weeks are sure to be filled with many different rumours and leaks. But first, let us take a look at the big news stories of last week you may have missed.

Valve buys Campo Santo Studio

Source - Campo Santo blog post

The video game studio that brought us Firewatch has been acquired by Valve. The studio is currently working on Valley Of The Gods, and this game will now become the first Valve single player game in a long time.

Ben Brode leaves Hearthstone team and Blizzard

Source - Blizzard official statement

The senior Game Director of Hearthstore, Ben Brode, will be leaving Blizzard. Brode has been with the company for 15 years, of which 10 years has been spent working on Hearthstone.

Yoko Taro on Nier Automata sequel: 'If Square Enix gives me money I will create anything'

Source - Gamereactor

In a recent interview at PAX East, the director of Nier Automata said that a sequel to their smash hit is not off the cards. They will be ready to make it if Square Enix, their publisher, is prepared to invest into the franchise.

Battlefield V battle royale prototype in the works at DICE

Source - VentureBeat

It is possible that the upcoming edition of Battlefield V may be getting a battle royale mode. After many speculations about it's main rival, Call Of Duty, potentially adding the mode to their upcoming game, it's not surprising news indeed.

Dark Souls Remastered delayed for Switch

Source - Bandai Namco Twitter

The hotly anticipated remastered edition of Dark Souls on the Nintendo Switch will be delayed. No new date has been confirmed by Bandai Namco, only stating that it will be released "Summer 2018". The other platforms will be getting the remastered version on 25 May.

And that is our roundup of news stories you may have missed. And remember, stay informed!