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With Tom Clancy’s The Division set to launch in just a couple of weeks, Ubisoft this morning dropped details about an upcoming open beta, giving gamers on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC a chance to put the game’s online component through its paces before hitting store shelves on March 8.
Valve dropped a surprise sale on Steam called the Lunar New Year Sale. It contains a brand new choose-your-own-adventure that determines what sort of curated sales you'll see, and there are thousands of games up and available at massive discounted prices.
The Division recently had a closed beta test over the last weekend for select gamers who registered to participate as well as those who pre-ordered the game. One of the biggest complaints was about the hacking and cheating going on. Ubisoft has responded to those complaints.
Ubisoft has revealed a brand new take on the Assassin's Creed franchise. While rumors run amok that they won't be releasing a major title in the brand this fall for PC, Xbox One and PS4, the company has made it clear that new Assassin's Creed games are still coming out this year even if they aren't major releases.
The live-action film, Tom Clancy’s The Division: Agent Origins, is set in the universe of the upcoming shooter, The Division, and is surprisingly not what I thought it was going to be. But what I watched was not your typical game movie, but something that extended further than the incessant need to be as cool as the game itself.
Ubisoft has announced that The Division beta test for PS4, Xbox One and PC owners is live and online. Gamers have already begun to pile in and take part in the concurrent apocalyptic survival game where players will attempt to scavenge for supplies, fight off criminals and attempt to restore peace and order to the land.
Ubisoft has been working with various YouTube outlets to produce a live-action series of shorts based around the mythos of The Division. The videos are set within the early parts of the outbreak as a select number of agents attempt to provide safety and help as society begins to break down.
Would you want to spend the night in a cave in the middle of winter? Creators of Far Cry Primal seem to think so. As a clever and perplexing marketing ploy, Far Cry Primal is offering one lucky winner and a friend the chance—of a lifetime, apparently—to spend the night in a cave.
The Italian version of the trailer first leaked and Ubisoft finally gave in and translated it to English and released it yesterday. But today, the trailer mysteriously disappeared. Luckily, we still have the Italian, untranslated version of the leaked trailer and it shows off what we can expect from Tom Clancy’s The Division.
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 recently let loose a new trailer for Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India, the 2.5D side-scrolling, platforming, stealth-action game due out for PC, PS4 and Xbox One starting January 12th as a digital-only download for the aforementioned platforms.
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.
Later this month, Ubisoft will release the "Jack the Ripper" DLC adventure for Assassin's Creed Syndicate. They got everyone ready for this adventure by releasing a trailer and other details.
The Division has been on a downward slope when it comes to hype. It was at first one of the most anticipated games of the eighth gen, and now it's just another third-person shooter. Gamers would have had an opportunity to determine just how hyped they should be for the game with the beta, except it's been delayed.
In case you thought there were no more games coming out before 2016, we’ve got a handful of titles releasing in the next couple of weeks that would beg to differ. Get ready for some last-minute entries to your holiday wish list.