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Watch Dogs isn't even out yet - and doesn't arrive until May 27 - but Watch Dogs' Creative Director, Jonathan Morin, is already teasing us about the sequel. Not directly, but he talked to Eurogamer saying "Right now there is no such thing as a Watch Dogs 2".
Morin continued: "It's certainly not going to be the same amount of time if we ever embark on such a journey. A big part of it was defining whatever Watch Dogs is. Once you have that starting point, then what becomes interesting is what players want more of - what comes next?". He also mentioned the delay that Watch Dogs required, suggesting the commitment to Watch Dogs' long-term potential. He said that Ubisoft wanted to get the game right, as the future of Watch Dogs is important to them.
He added: "Especially with the delay we have just been really concentrating on getting it [the original Watch Dogs] launched. After that we'll see where it goes - I think Ubisoft is showing more and more that they're willing to take the time for it to be right". When it came to talk of a sequel, Morin suggested that the decision for Watch Dogs 2 isn't going to necessarily be greenlit on sales numbers alone, but more the critical reception of the game would be important to the company, too.
You'd better prepare those upgrades to your PC, because after you watch the below trailer for Project CARS, you're going to wait to play it with all of the graphical bells and whistles cranked up to 100%.
It looks incredibly beautiful, with some truly next-gen graphics. Slightly Mad Studios' racing game is expected to reach the PS4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC in November. It will support Sony's Project Morpheus virtual reality headset, which should have PS4 gamers very, very excited.
We've already seen the incredibly cool, but supremely destructive Spider Tank in Watch Dogs' digital trip, but how is the open-world game in the multiplayer side of things? Well, a 9-minute video below will showcase that for you.
Watch Dogs' multiplayer takes place in the same world as its single player counterpart, with Watch Dogs' Animation Director, Colin Graham, explaining in the video above. Gamers will be able to connect to other gamers within Watch Dogs, hacking their phones, or through competitive decryption combat. Gamers can also accept contracts and enter the game of other players.
When you're being hacked, you'll receive a notification that you're "being invaded". Once a player has been hacked, you'll need to find the hacker and stop the attack. How would you do this? You can shoot a gun into the air to see the NPCs run, but whoever doesn't, you will know that they are a real-life player, and your hacker that you now have to take down.
We may be a little late to this one, but its not too late for you. Today Steam is offering the Russian shooter, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad for free in the steam store. To claim the game, you simply need to locate it in the steam store and not only add it to your library, but install it. If you do not install it, it will revert to its normal price to morrow. Installing it makes it your fore ever, for free. The offer ends tomorrow morning at 10AM Pacific.
Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad focuses on the Battle of Stalingrad and the surrounding operations, both German and Russian, from July 1942 to February 1943. The game allows the player to experience one of the most brutal battles in all of human history. Delivering unrivaled accuracy and attention to detail, along with gritty, vicious combat in multiplayer and single-player modes the game will feature everything from quick, brutal firefights to more intricate and challenging tactical modes.
Watch Dogs is close to release, getting dumped into gamers hands-on May 27, but Ubisoft has just teased a massive portion of the game to Eurogamer: Spider Tank.
What is Spider Tank? Well, the video above does a great job at explaining it. In the game, your character can take a digital drug that makes you experience a massive trip, where you enter the Spider Tank and cause mass chaos. But, thanks to it being a digital trip, there are no in-game consequences.
This video also gives us a closer look at some of the in-game graphics - which are looking sublime. Personally, I think Ubisoft Montreal have fixed up the frame rate issues from previous looks at the game, as there are explosions, bullets, NPCs running around, and yet there are no framerate skips whatsoever. It probably doesn't help that we don't know what setup is running the game, but at least we know it looks great - now just give me that damn Spider Tank, oh and Watch Dogs would be nice, too.
Rumours of NVIDIA's sequel to its Shield handheld gaming console seem to be confirmed as a new test model of NVIDIA Shield was spotted in AnTuTu's website which contained specifications.
NVIDIA's first gen shield was released in July 2014 and was a console game controller with 5" touchscreen where you can play Android games and stream PC games. Recently it also received a huge update which provided an out-of-home game steaming, enhanced functions in Gamepad mapper tool, support for Bluetooth keyboard and mouse in console mode, followed by Android KitKat 4.4.2.
However according to the recent news, it seems that NVIDIA wishes to up the hardware specifications.
It's hard to think that World of Warcraft has been out for so long, but only just now that someone has just unlocked each and every achievement in the game - a feat that any mere gamer should applaud.
Russian player Хируко, who unlocked all 2057 achievements, and an extra 205 of the 300 or so Feats of Strengths unlocked. The shot below is from the WowProgress leaderboards, showing that Хируко is #1. Imagine the countless hours that he has put into it, but now he has a serious badge in real life - the first person to unlock every achievement in WoW.
Sledgehammer Games was showing off its new Call of Duty title at the Game Developers Conference earlier this month, but the GDC Vault has just posted up some video recordings of the conference's talks - giving us the first taste of the upcoming Call of Duty from Sledgehammer Games.
Michael Condrey, Chief Operating and Development Officer of Sledgehammer Games said at the start of the talk, something he delivered with studio co-founder Glen Schofield: "We can't talk at all about Call of Duty for this year. [Activision] said you can't show anything from Call of Duty this year, and you certainly can't show in-game rendered characters from this year's game".
The image above, reportedly features "actual in-game characters," which show that COD is getting a major injection of graphics horsepower. The studio is taking a "next-gen first" approach to development (because we've never heard that before) - meaning that the studio is working on the PS4, Xbox One and PC first and foremost.
Codemasters announced Grid Autosport and is all for release on 27th June for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, along with a teaser video of its upcoming game. The games designer wanted to produce a more authentic motorsport racing game, and emphasized that they have made implementations based on the feedback received by fans for Grid 2.
The cars will be ranging from Indycars to supercars, and will be bringing back drift. The game brings back a lot of content from the original Grid as the in-game campaign will lets you acquire sponsors and teammates.
The game will also be bringing back cockpit view. There are two options within cockpit view- view with driver's hands and another will be closer to the track.
By now you're probably aware that Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise is a big seller, but just how many copies has the franchise sold? 73 million sold, according to Ubisoft's website.
The game joins Ubisoft's other "worldwide best-selling franchises" list, which includes Far Cry, a few of the Tom Clancy titles, and more. Assassin's Creed has six titles under its belt, after it debuted back in 2007, on top of eight additional games on browser and portable platforms. Second behind Assassin's Creed is something you wouldn't have guessed - Just Dance - which has sold 48 million copies.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell has sold 30 million copies, Rainbow Six with 26 million and Ghost Recon with 25 million. Assassin's Creed: Unity is also on its way, which will hit PS4, Xbox One and PC later this year.