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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 from Activision and Treyarch is set to receive the new Awakening DLC expansion that's part of the season pass for the game. The DLC is being aggressively promoted with teaser trailers spotlighting each map in the pack. The latest trailer focuses on the “Rise” multiplayer deathmatch map.
Multiplayer in Bethesda's Elder Scrolls and Fallout games have always been a much-requested feature from some members of the gaming community. Due to the buggy Gamebryo engine and the structure of the games, multiplayer was never on the table. However, modders have taken it upon themselves to finish what Bethesda never started.
If you’ve ever sat and wondered what it was like to live and survive during the black plague, well a new dark multiplayer RPG from Syrin Studios is about to give you that opportunity. In the upcoming survival game, The Black Death, you can choose from over 10 different classes to wander the world, fighting for survival during the sweep of the black plague.
At long last, World of Tanks’s unique brand of rolling multiplayer combat has arrived on the PlayStation 4, becoming the latest in a growing line of free-to-play games to grace Sony’s system.
You know you’ve got server issues when the one and only Snoop Dee Oh Double Gee has to call you out on social media. That’s exactly what happened on Instagram this week, as the legendary rapper shared his frustration with Xbox Live.
Fans of medieval combat have a lot to look forward to once Ubisoft’s For Honor launches later this year, especially since we now know that the game will boast a single player campaign.
Ubisoft has made it known that the upcoming first-person, Mesolithic survival game, Far Cry Primal, won't feature multiplayer modes. It seems totally odd given the fact that the game seemed destined for cave bear clans battling each other; but it's not happening because Ubisoft wants to focus on a single-player experience.
It’s not a surprise to have a brand new console like the PlayStation 4 take a while to get rolling in the new games department. One upcoming title, Basement Crawl, looks to flesh out that library sometime in the coming months with a dark and gritty take on multiplayer combat.
Avalanche Studios' Just Cause 2 is still trucking forward, still making waves and still making news thanks to the unofficial multiplayer beta mod that makes it easy for owners of Just Cause 2 to boot the game, log-in and start playing with thousands of other players.
Paradox Interactive's The Showdown Effect is an over-the-top multiplayer battle-arena game similar to that classic Xbox title, Kung Fu Chaos from Just Add Monsters. The fast-paced melee and projectile combat fused with classic movie tropes could help The Showdown Effect find a nice niche audience on the digital marketplace when it launches soon for the PC and Mac.
A lot of people have been cautious about the game Faceless because its primary selling point is having co-op in a Slenderman setting. Well, the new horror-survival game Survivors proves that co-op can work perfectly fine and that sometimes the more people you have with you the scarier it is.
One of the other standard inclusions of AAA blockbuster games is multiplayer, and the lead designer of World of Wacraft feels that in the near future there won't be a game out there that focuses entirely on the single-player experience.
Not too long ago gamers were asking about split-screen support for Borderlands 2 on PC, well even though Gearbox didn't offer any official support for split-screen on the PC rendition of their popular shooter, it didn't stop the community from using some wits and a little ingenuity to get split-screen working for the game.
It's not often that we see stealth elements utilized in RTS games. Yes, there's always the scout class that gives you a bonus in map visibility and whatever, but in this latest gameplay video of BlueGiant Interactive's Tryst, the stealth elements play a vital role in getting the jump on the enemy and securing victory.
EA's president of labels, Frank Gibeau, recently made an idiotic comment about all their single-player games having some sort of online component. This instantly drew ire from the community as the quality of single-player games from EA seemed like they were destined for doom. However, Gibeau quickly came back into the spotlight to correct his statements and instead say, all EA's single-player games will simply have online functionality.