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Like all popular online-centered games where millions of people are lining up to play, The Division has stumbled out of the gate with some server issues that have been affecting some gamers in the wee hours of the morning and throughout the early goings of the afternoon.
Ubisoft is prepping for the release of The Division on March 8 this week for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The game will finally become available after years of anticipation and waiting by a lot of gamers, but it won't arrive without a little day one patch to make sure everything is set good and straight on launch.
Ubisoft has just rolled out the content roadmap for The Division, the highly anticipated third-person shooter that drops on March 8th. While a lot of MMO-type games have a problem with producing end-game content, Ubisoft has already set out a year's worth of content to keep gamers coming back for more.
One of the big no-nos these days in the world of game reviews is for a big AAA publisher to release a game and then have reviews embargoed until the day of release or post release. Ubisoft has been in the hotbed of release day embargoes before but this time they offer a detailed explanation of why they're using that method for The Division.
Just yesterday, Naughty Dog released the new story trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and at first, fans were thrilled. Until an employee of Ubisoft Montreal noticed something strange in the trailer: an original piece of Assassin’s Creed concept art placed into a part of the trailer. And from there, controversy arose. Now Naughty Dog is speaking out about the incident.
If you thought the past Uncharted games kept you on the edge of your seat, then you are going to be in for a rude awakening when you get your hands on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Uncharted 4 recently released a new trailer showcasing the upcoming game, but users on Twitter began to see something else other than Nathan Drake and his adventurous posse. One user pointed out that a picture in the trailer was almost the same exact image as Assassin’s Creed concept art. Now Naughty Dog is being accused of stealing the concept art to put into the Uncharted 4 trailer.
Far Cry Primal is the next chapter in the Far Cry series and takes place in 10,000 B.C., a time when guns and other high-tech weapons didn’t exist. Instead, all you’ve gone are natural resources and a trusty bow and arrow to help you survive the brutal wilderness as you work to build the Wenja civilization. But surviving in Far Cry Primal isn’t always so easy. Here are six tips to help you survive the prehistoric age.
Far Cry Primal opens with a brutal scene of an animal attack as you see Takkar try to help his companions. It’s maybe the best way Far Cry Primal could have opened, because after that initial scene, I was hooked. There are many elements that make Far Cry Primal one of the first games released in 2016 that I couldn’t bring myself to put down.
The age of exclusivity is far from over, especially when it comes to timed DLC exclusives. Microsoft has apparently struck a deal with Ubisoft to have The Division's new DLC to launch 30 days ahead of the PlayStation 4 version of the game, according to GameStop.
Far Cry games have a reputation for being beautifully brutal—and players have responded well. It seems with each passing year and each new installment, Far Cry games get a little crazier and a little more experimental. But with Far Cry Primal, I think they’ve really outdone themselves.
Ubisoft released a new trailer for Fary Cry Primal ahead of the game's launch on February 23rd for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The “101” trailer is nearly five minutes long featuring a look at all of the most important content featured in the upcoming, stone age survival action game.
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.