The latest footage from Sony Bend's upcoming Days Gone offers new insight to the environments and areas in which players will be fighting to survive.
Days Gone creative director John Garvin described a dynamic world, with "landscapes that change quickly and dramatically, a living, breathing world — filled with things trying to kill you."
'The Farewell Wilderness' feature is the first in three videos set to reveal more insight into the studios upcoming zombie
It's still hard to shake the Last of Us vibes that Sony Bend has been up against since the game's announcement, but Farewell Wilderness does offer some great points of difference. On top of what looks like some great vehicle exploration, there's what seems like a never-ending horde of zombies that is sure to offer a unique form of combat and gameplay.
NeatherRealm Studios has pulled back the curtain and offered fans a first look at the hyper-violent gameplay from the upcoming Mortal Kombat 11.
Revealed during an event in LA, the latest trailers do a great job of showing off the next level of extreme gore fans of the series have come to expect with each new instalment.
The debut footage shows off some returning characters including Raiden, Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Sonya Blade, Baraka. Skarlet and newcomer Geras beating each other into various levels of bloody pulp.
It appears EA has halted work on its open-world Star Wars game in favour of a smaller project that would release sooner.
As originally reported by Kotaku, multiple sources inside the studio have claimed the publisher has shifted focus in order to aim for a 2020 release date.
EA's rather coy response to the article reads: "There’s been speculation overnight about one of our Star Wars projects. As a natural part of the creative process, the great work by our team in Vancouver continues and will evolve into future Star Wars content and games."
It would seem that Hitman 2 has been both a critical and commercial success for IO Interactive as the developer today announced that it has opened a new studio in Malmö, Sweden.
IO Interactive CEO Hakan Abrak stated that "the new studio will strengthen IO Interactive’s commitment to deliver exceptional content to the HITMAN franchise, community and all our fans. Furthermore, this will expand our muscles for creating brand-new and exciting endeavours, new universes, new franchises. In other words, IOI Malmö and Copenhagen are one family”.
IOI, while well-known for the Hitman series, was also responsible for Kane & Lynch and one of my personal favourites Freedom Fighters so I'm personally hoping we see a sequel to one of these on top of any new IP's the studio is planning.
Last year's impressive Rogue-lite Adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, City of Brass is coming to Nintendo Switch on February 8.
Inspired by Arabian knights, City of Brass tasks players with trespassing into a cursed city in search of treasure. Equipped with a handy whip and blades, players will need to navigate a mazelike metropolis, all the while avoiding deadly traps and fending off hordes of otherworldly enemies.
The Nintendo Switch version of City of Brass will launch with three new unlockable characters as well as additional enhancements, including new relics, weapons, enemies and other tweaks.
In answering a fan on Twitter, Anthem producer Ben Irving has confirmed the amount of matchmaking in the game – and it's extensive.
Matchmaking in "every activity" would mean players can team-up for everything from Strongholds and missions, to events, and free-play.
BioWare has previously confirmed that "most" of the game can be soloable, while Strongholds require four players.
Rocket League has now entered the PlayStation Cross-Play Beta program.
Players can now matchmake with or against players on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam in all Online match types including Casual and Competitive modes.
Cross-play is enabled by default, however players can choose to opt out in the menu under gameplay options.
After the previous director Shawn Levy stepped away from the movie adaptation of Uncharted, you would be forgiven for thinking that the film would never make it out of the pre-production stage. Movies based on Video Games have a historically rough ride with many being announced only to stay in limbo for years before being cancelled outright.
According to Variety, there's still hope for the Uncharted movie as 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg has been pegged to helm the Sony Pictures film.
The Uncharted film is set to star Tom Holland in the role of a Nathan Drake and will chronicle the beginning of his and Victor Sullivans relationship. The movie has seen several changes during recent years with Mark Wahlberg initially tapped to star as the charismatic treasure hunter. After the phenomenal success of Spider-Man: Homecoming, the studio decided to pivot and focus on Drake's early years.
Treyarch has some nice changes for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 this month. In a post on Reddit, the developers have outlined what fans should expect in the coming weeks.
In the developer update, Treyarch confirmed that changes are coming to all three of the game's modes.
Gauntlets are being added to Zombies and consist of "curated 30-round challenges with unique rules for each round" in which players will "receive Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals and special tier-based rewards upon completing rounds 10, 20, and 30, as well as a unique reward (and bragging rights) for completing round 30 without failing a round".
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