Game developer Bethesda are releasing their latest entry in the Fallout gaming franchise next month, but tech website Gamespot managed to record 50 minutes of their early Fallout 76 experience and were kind enough to share it with the world.
The game looks fantastic and in our personal opinion any fears we may have had about the franchise losing it’s allure, now multiplayer has been introduced, dissipated.
Although this title and it’s fresh direction still seems to divide opinion among fans.
Here’s 48 glorious minutes of gameplay footage of the forthcoming, highly anticipated, RPG game Cyberpunk 2077.
The game has been developed and published CD Projekt, the company responsible for the hugely successful Witcher game series, and is adapted from the popular tabletop board game Cyberpunk 2020.
Cyberpunk 2077 features a massive, sprawling open world dystopian setting known as Night City, an American megacity located in the Free State of California, where your main character will explore, on foot or in a vehicle interacting with his/her surroundings over six different regions. The game has you play as a customisable mercenary, meaning you can upgrade your limbs with technology, who will navigate through the city’s underworld.
Ever since the release of Rockstar’s sandbox, open-world game Grand Theft Auto V we’ve kept a close eye on the rise of actor Steven Ogg.
Ogg, who provided the voice and was motion captured for the game’s deranged and depraved protagonist Trevor, has since popped up filling out roles in Better Call Saul, The Walking Dead and more recently Westworld and his latest appearance in a viral fan film for GTA:V is garnering a load of attention.
Ogg once again reprises his gaming role of Trevor but this time in the flesh as he guides a player around the virtual reality version of the hit game.
Here’s the first official video for Ubisoft’s game Watch Dogs 2, an open world sequel to Watch Dogs released in 2014.
As you can see from the trailer the graphics look utterly amazing and the attention to detail is clear for all to see, but we’ll have to wait until November to find out just how much of the demonstrated footage will alter from actual gameplay.
The plot of Watch Dogs 2 rattles along like so:
Following Chicago, San Francisco becomes the next city to install the ctOS surveillance system, (the Central Operating System), which connects everyone with everything. The game features a new protagonist named Marcus Holloway, who is a young, intelligent hacker wrongly framed for a crime he did not commit when he was still a child by the upgraded ctOS system, ctOS 2.0, which connects his personal information to the crime. Realizing the system brings harm to the innocent citizens of San Francisco, he decides to work with the hacking group DedSec to take down the city’s ctOS 2.0, and Blume, the creator of the ctOS system
Watch Dogs 2 is slated for general release on on November 15th
Here’s the first official trailer for this year’s forthcoming Call Of Duty game and this time developers have embraced the game’s previous futuristic settings and are going one further, by launching players into space.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be a first person shooter but with added aerial combat for gamers to engage with, (as evidenced by the trailer above), and will feature zero gravity environments throughout.
Judging from the trailer COD: Infinite Warfare looks set to boldly go where no other COD has gone before…sorry.
Earlier this week the trailer for Naughty Dog’s long awaited game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was finally released.
As per, the award winning game developer did not disappoint with the trailer hitting all the right marks for fans. Except there was a slight problem with the trailer’s content, more specifically it turned out some of the footage used was from another game.
Accusations ran riot on social media until Naughty Dog themselves admitted that they had indeed used some artwork from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed. The detail had been spotted by Ubisoft employee Azaïzia Aymar who took to social media and declared:
“I get the ‘thief’ title now!”
Ouch! Turns out it was all an innocent mistake and Naughty Dog apologised for the error by releasing the following statement:
“In our eagerness to get the story trailer out we made a regrettable mistake and didn’t thoroughly vet the art work used for an in game painting. We’ve already updated the trailer. We hold all artistry in high regard and take full responsibility for having allowed this to happen. We want to sincerely apologise to everyone at Ubisoft, the Assassin’s Creed team, the original artist, and our fans.”
We doubt that this ‘mix-up’ will have any detrimental effect on the launch day sales of the game.