Ubisoft teased the release of the next Rainbow Six game at E3 2019, Rainbow Six Quarantine. Now, the publisher has made the beta sign ups available, get in now to get a chance to play early.
For those that missed the Ubisoft keynote at E3 2019, the company announced the next Rainbow Six game, Rainbow Six Quarantine. Quarantine is based seven years in the future of Rainbow Six Siege, and this time round players will be battling breeds of mutated aliens that are taking host within human bodies.
Players will jump into some three player 'player versus environment' action that will throw players into intense adrenaline filled missions. At the moment there isn't an official release date announced as of yet, all we have to go off of is the release year of 2020. For those who would like a chance to play the game early, you can sign up for the beta on your platform here.
If you have used virtual reality before you would understand the urge to mess with your friends while the headset is on, so how about taking that to the next level? Of course Penn and Teller have already done that with their new virtual reality game.
Penn and Teller who are well known magicians have announced alongside Gearbox Software and publishing, Penn and Teller VR: Frankly Unfair, Unkind, Unnecessary & Underhanded. The game isn't your typical virtual reality experience and instead throws players into the realm of the uncomfortable and unsettling, just what Penn and Teller planned. According to the press release, this was the thought process by the two pranksters; "When a new mind-blowing technology comes out, the first thing Teller and I think is, 'How can we use this to help people play tricks, cheat, and prank'".
Penn explains how the idea came about, saying "Luckily for us, (and maybe less luckily for the world), Randy Pitchford, the big cheese at Gearbox, is our buddy, and worked as a professional magician. We are the same soulless motherhubbards. So, we've found a way for people to use VR as a tool to monkey with their so-called 'friends.' It's what we do, and we've done it." Randy Pitchford, President, CEO and Co-founder of Gearbox Software also commented on the collaborations with the magicians, saying;
Another website has released renders of the unannounced Nintendo Switch Mini console, while these images aren't necessarily the consoles final design they could certainly be guess at what is to maybe be on its way.
It was only a couple of days ago that I reported on a Chinese accessorries company listing accessories for the technically non-existent Nintendo Switch Mini console. Now, we have another accessories website listing a range of accessories for the Mini, the websites name is HonSon and they necessarily a small website either. HodSon has accessories for almost all consoles released and a plethora of spare parts and gadgets that go with them.
While this isn't in anyway a confirmation for a Nintendo Switch Mini console to be coming to the market, it is certainly an eyebrow raising moment. The question that should be asked is why are companies listing accessory products for a console that on paper doesn't exist. Is this a way for accessory companies to get more traffic through fake listings that journalist like myself pick up? Or do these companies have blueprints for a prototype console that gives them the ability to make early accessories and the website listings are simply a innocent mistake?
A bunch of new screenshots have been released for Perfect World Entertainments Remnant: From the Ashes. Are you prepared to take a step into the chaotic monster-filled world of Remnant: From the Ashes?
If you aren't familiar with the upcoming title from Perfect World Entertainment, here is quick synopsis of what is to come. Remnant: From the Ashes is an open-world post-apocalyptic third-person survival action shooter that puts players into teams of up to three allies which the group is tasked to eliminate dangerous monsters. The game will feature what has been promised as intense combat with over 100 monsters and 20 epic bosses to tangle with.
Players will also be able to create and modify new weapons to better their chances at the challenges ahead. To complement the weapon system, players will also have a gear progression system as well. The worlds will be randomized and be packed with unique challenges that once completed, will reward players with tools and gear to assist them in advancing to the next world. Perfect World Entertainments Remnant: From the Ashes is slated to release on August 20th, 2019.
In and interview with Kotaku, Nintendo's top producers for the upcoming Luigi's Mansion 3 have revealed many details regarding the titles development and game mechanics.
The interview with Kotaku was conducted at E3 2019 and producers Yoshihito Ikebata and his boss, Kensuke Tanabe sat down to discuss Luigi's Mansion 3. According to both of the games heads, Luigi's Mansion 3 will have more concentration on unique bosses than the second installment in the series. Here is what Idkebata said, "More than anything we really wanted to put those unique bosses in the second one and we couldn't. So that's why we've put so many of them in the third one."
The producers also touched on how the development for the title originated. According to Kotaku, Luigi's Mansion 3 development first began on the Wii U, and was then quickly converted over to the Nintendo Switch following the development completion of Next Level's 2016 3DS game Metroid Prime Federation Force. Next Level will be taking the reins in Luigi's Mansion 3 development, but that doesn't mean Nintendo won't have a say in the moves Luigi will be able to do in-game.
EA Sports has just announced NHL 20 during the NHL Awards in Las Vegas, with some gigantic changes taking place to the game throughout virtually all areas.
NHL 20 will feature celebratory commentary, with EA tapping huge Hollywood and industry giants like Snoop Dogg and Will Ferrell, with Ferrell delivering his commentary in his Ron Burgundy character from Anchorman. While EA hasn't named any names yet, GameSpot saw a slide for NHL 20 that included Snoop Dogg, Will Ferrell, Drake, and Wayne Gretzky.
EA surprised with the announcement of NHL 20 in that it will include a battle royale mode, and while you probably thought that headline was click bait, this is definitely real. The battle royale mode in NHL 20 is called "Eliminator", in which the developer explains is a competitive mode where it is a "winner-take-all competition inspired by battle royale".
The latest update to Quake II RTX is here with v1.1.0 delivering a bunch of things including inverted mouse support (the first thing I noticed when I played it in Taiwan at the NVIDIA HQ) as well as music playback, tweaks to the tone mapper, and more.
Lightspeed Studios is handling Quake II RTX, with the developer noting: "Quake II RTX supports music playback from OGG files, if they can be located. To enable music playback, copy the CD tracks into a music folder either next to the executable, or inside the game directory, such as baseq2/music"
The files should use one of these two naming schemes:
- music/02.ogg for music copied directly from a game CD;
- music/Track02.ogg for music from the version of Quake II downloaded from GOG.
The developer adds: "In the game, music playback is enabled when console variable ogg_enable is set to 1. Music volume is controlled by console varaible ogg_volume. Playback controls, such as selecting the track or putting it on pause, are available through the ogg command. Music playback support is using code adapted from the Yamagi Quake 2 engine".
With Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt RED has one goal: to go bigger and better than ever before. This focus should also extend to post-launch expansions.
Cyberpunk 2077 has been a monumental undertaking for CD Projekt RED. The company has shelled out millions and millions of R&D spending on the game, crafting a new next-gen engine and building high-powered tech for everything from motion capture to AI and everything in between. When the game launches in April, CDPR says it'll be a full and complete experience with a gripping choice-driven narrative. But when it's over it's not necessarily over, and Cyberpunk 2077 is likely to get expansions just like The Witcher 3.
In a recent interview with Prima Games, CD Projekt RED UI coordinator Alvin Liu says CDPR is tentatively plotting out Cyberpunk 2077's post-launch future. But right now the team is dedicated strongly in finishing the base game first. Liu echoes co-founder Marcin Iwinski's promises that CDPR won't carve out content from the base game to sell at a later date. When expansions happen, they will be huge sprawling affairs like Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine. The studio is putting its all into Cyberpunk 2077's gritty, raunchy, and action-packed sci-fantasy shooter and won't compromise it to make a quick buck later.
EA and Epic Games tried to defend lootboxes, microtransactions, and their billion-dollar engagement practices to a recent UK government committee. They failed quite badly.
Key EA and Epic Games representatives recently attended a meeting discussing video game addiction with the UK's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. The results are quite embarrassing for the titans of industry. Both EA and Epic reps floundered in their responses, and looked quite nervous. The companies tried re-defining lootboxes as "surprise mechanics" like a Hatchimal or Kinder Egg, and declined giving key information like user metrics and average revenues earned per user.
"Do you consider lootboxes to be an ethical feature of your games?" Scottish MP Brendan O'Hara asked EA's representative, Kerry Hopkins.
"So first, we don't call them lootboxes. So we refer to them as surprise mechanics. I think it's important to look at...if you go to a store that sells a lot of toys, and you do a search for surprise toys, this is something that people enjoy. They enjoy surprises. It's something that's been part of toys for years, whether it's Kinder Eggs or Hatchimals, or LOL Surprise.
This summer Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 players will be able to get their hands-on a new DLC character, Super Saiyan Blue Evolved Vegeta.
DB Xenoverse 2 will be getting Vegeta Super Saiyan Blue Evolved as DLC.— Ken Xyro | ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ (@KenXyro) June 18, 2019
His move list
• Atomic Blast
• Final Charge
• Flash Strike
• Final Explosion
• Final Galick Rush pic.twitter.com/WJ1QH8HxTo
According to the latest issue of Weekly Jump, Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Evolved Vegeta will be coming to Xenoverse 2 this summer as a paid DLC character. Vegeta will come with all of his classic moves such as; Final Flash, Final Blow, Final Galick Gun, Atomic Blast, Final Charge, Flash Strike and Final Explosion.
For players to unlock the Awoken Skill they must already have obtained the 'Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan' awoken skill, already be level 95 and finally max out their friendship with Vegeta in-game. Expect Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Evolved Vegeta sometime this summer. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC