Batman: Arkham Origins's multiplayer will mark the series debut in the online arena. Developer Splash Damage understands that there's some skepticism among players about Invisible Predator Online mode but says it isn't just a half-assed feature to sell more copies.
Batman: Arkham Origins publisher Warner Bros. is currently sending out invitations to the multiplayer beta test of the game. The beta will allegedly begin on Wednesday, August 7th.
Batman: Arkham Origins will be the first game in the series to feature multiplayer. These three-sided online matches, seen in the trailer above, will let players become super heroes, super villains or hapless minions.
Splash Damage released the first gameplay footage from their upcoming multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb. The game resembles a slimmed down, free-to-play version of their 2011 shooter Brink.
Splash Damage, the creators of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, announced a new multiplayer shooter today. They're developing Dirty Bomb exclusively for the PC.
Splash Damage, the developer behind the multiplayer shooter Brink, will reveal their next project soon. A new teaser image on their site says that an announcement is coming next week.
Upon Splash Damage's release of their multiplayer-focused shooter Brink, critical reception was heavily mixed for the game with a Metascore of 68. Despite its lukewarm response, the shooter has sold more than 2.5 million units worldwide.
Steam is giving PC gamers a chance to try out first-person shooter Brink. You can download and play the full version of the game to your heart's content between now and 1PM PST on Sunday.
Splash Damage is hard at work on an update for their multiplayer shooter Brink. The update, said to be in its final stages of testing, will add a number of social and competitive features to the game.
Bethesda is on the verge of releasing the free "Agents of Change" downloadable content for Brink. In preparation, they've implemented a new title update.
Splash Damage is planning to give their multiplayer shooter Brink a face-lift this summer. They've got free DLC and title updates planned for the coming weeks.
Bethesda will probably never live down trying to sell horse armor for Oblivion. They can be generous at times too, though. They plan on releasing the first Brink downloadable content for free.
The PC version of Brink will support dedicated servers for multiplayer. Today publisher Bethesda released some details about this feature through their blog.
Bethesda and Splash Damage aren't taking any chances, they want to ensure that gamers who pick up a copy of Brink are well endowed with the basics of playing the game before the game even comes out.
Bethesda cleared up many questions PC gamers had about Brink today. They've provided recommended and minimum system requirements and confirmed that the game will utilize Steamworks.