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"More than ever, video games are showing how they will shape the future of entertainment.”
-- Yves Guillemot, Co-Founder and CEO of Ubisoft
Die-hard fans will have the opportunity to visit the Ubisoft Lounge to have hands-on experience with the video games featured in Ubisoft's E3 lineup.
Ubisoft has released a new version of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, and it is called the “Starter Edition”.99 price point and includes full access to the Rainbow Six Siege game, but provides a new system for unlocking content.
An official site set up to promote the announcement features an unnamed figure in the background manipulating multiple windows on a phone, with links to different Watch Dogs social media accounts and the official YouTube page.In it, the same unknown figure manipulates windows on a cellphone, presumably in the same way Aiden Pearce used his phone to manipulate the ctOS system in the first Watch Dogs.
Something to watch before this year's E3--YouTuber CrowbCat released a video showing the graphical changes between Ubisoft's E3 demonstrations and actual PC gameplay (with maxed resolution settings).The differences go beyond textures--released games have different UI, different layouts, and overall a muddier appearance compared to their E3 predecessors.
According to Twitter user Arekkz's screenshot of Amazon Germany, Tom Clancy's The Division's Underground DLC will release on June 28.It looks like the latest addition to Tom Clancy's The Division will arrive in late June.
During today's World Premiere for the upcoming Watch Dogs 2, Ubisoft unveiled plenty of details, and as previously suggested by other media outlets, some of these weren't a surprise.According to Senior Producer Dominic Guay, the world of Watch Dogs 2 does not revolve solely around the player's actions:
"We broke the feeling that the world is centered on you, the player.
Apart from those we've got Ubisoft's Dominic Guay letting players know that combat is entirely optional in Watch_Dogs 2 and last-but-not-least, reasons why Sea of Thieves will be a great game.With all of the Fallout 4 news to cover, it only made sense to include some Fallout 4 gameplay!
Let me just start off by saying For Honor is ten times harder than I thought it would be.The For Honor closed beta just ended and my feelings on the game are so much better than what they were when I first heard about this game back at E3 in 2015.
For Honor, the anticipated and highly brutal new release from Ubisoft, is almost available for the masses.An open beta will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC from February 9 through February 12 from 9AM to 5PM EST.
The fighting involves blocking or parrying attacks at the right moment, and attacking your opponent where they aren't blocking.The main combat in For Honor involves blocking the direction you enemy attacks from, and attacking a direction they aren't blocking.
Recently, it was revealed by Ubisoft that For Honor's open beta weekend has been rather successful thus far.In a tweet, Ubisoft shared that as of Friday (one day after the beta launched), nearly 3 million players had logged in and played across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
The Sniper Elite series has something of a checkered history.If you're expecting a high-octane rush of explosions and set pieces à la Call of Duty, then it won't be for you.
At times it is a fighting game, and others it is an objective/MOBA.The elements that come together to make For Honor provide for a fantastic experience, but there are still some frustrations.
For Honor has several pieces of gear that you can get, and they all have certain stats.Each piece has 3 stats, raises one of them, and lowers 1-2 of the others.
The mobile version of Lords of the Fallen is an entertaining action RPG that ultimately falls short of revolutionizing the LotF formula for a new audience.The graphics for Lords of the Fallen on mobile are stunning and the monsters look great.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands has just ended its open beta run, and it is set for a full release next week on March 7.This is the first open world game in the Ghost Recon series, so let’s see if it is worthy of a full purchase.
After the two record-breaking beta tests, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands is finally hitting the shelves in full force.Read on to learn what the complete Ghost Recon: Wildlands experience feels like.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, is officially out.The map in Ghost Recon: Wildlands is absolutely huge, and finding and unlocking fast travel points will make your walkthrough much easier.
You can find weapons and attachments inside the weapon cases in all 21 provinces.Each province has its own unique stash of weapons, so keep an eye out on the areas with the weapons that you’re looking for the most.
Following on the heels of the recent release of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Ubisoft Halifax has just launched another Tom Clancy title for mobile devices.Dubbed ShadowBreak, the game is a real-time multiplayer sniper-focused FPS for mobile devices that is set to focus on strategies set by the players.