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PC gamers will soon be able to try out Rainbow Six Siege for themselves. Ubisoft will be holding a closed alpha test in North America and Europe for the multiplayer shooter in a few days.
Ubisoft has announced that three new Assassin's Creed games are on their way to the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. And even though, it's easy to think that Ubisoft might be over-saturating the franchise, these new games are different from what you might have been expecting.
Ubisoft recently announced that Rainbow Six: Siege beta codes would be handed out to PS4 and Xbox One gamers... if they pre-ordered the game. Quite naturally, this made a lot of gamers kind of pissy because no one wants to commit to buying a game just to play-test it early to see if it's worth buying in the first place. Well, now you don't have to pre-order to get in on the beta.
Following the leak of Rainbow Six: Siege's gameplay video, Ubisoft has decided to get the community interested in the game's upcoming closed beta. How do you get in on the closed beta? Well, pre-ordering works.
Ubisoft let loose a brand new video package for Rainbow Six Siege, highlighting the team's dedication to making a hardcore, true representation of what the original Rainbow Six was all about back in the late 1990s and early 2000s. In addition to this, they also opened the floodgates for closed alpha sign-ups.
According to Ubisoft, upcoming Assassin's Creed titles will include more modern-day sequences.
The sky-scraping plunge is one of Assassinís Creed's most overworked mechanics. Players dive from the game's tallest towers, but walk away unscathed whenever they manage to land in a pile of soft, dependable straw. Most gamers are too busy questing to wonder whether this kind of high-diving activity is safe. Thankfully, a group of British scientists is on the case.
Assassin's Creed: Rogue's debut on the PC is just a few weeks away. Ubisoft has nailed down a specific release date and revealed what you'll need to run the game on that platform.
The latest patch for Far Cry 4 has dropped and a number of fixes have been made to the game, one of which includes a rather deadly respawn at a checkpoint location, as well as the ability to play custom made maps in the co-op multiplayer mode.
Considered one of the most over-hyped games of 2014, Ubisoft's Watch Dogs promised a lot but delivered about halfway on those promises. Well, Ubisoft is going to take the crack at Watch Dogs 2 and potentially provide a more robust experience compared to the first game.
Alright, inmates, listen up! For those of you still taking down warlords and riding elephants in Far Cry 4, the folks at Ubisoft would like to call your attention to a brand new activity you can start taking part in as of today. The Durgesh Prison DLC is now ready to roll, giving you a chance to break out of the big house or die trying.
Using the Far Cry 4 map editor, one prodigious map maker managed to recreate the prison camp from the prologue game Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. The map isn't exactly 1:1 in its design ratio, but it does come pretty close to capturing the look and feel of Hideo Kojima's stealth-espionage title.
Ubisoft unleashed a new trailer for the upcoming DLC for Assassin's Creed Unity called Dead Kings. The trailer is slick and cool and entirely CGI. Yep, no actual gameplay, just a fancy cinematic. Check it out below.
Many Far Cry 4 owners on Xbox One are unable to play the game right now. FC4 has simply vanished from the Xbox Store.
Ubisoft has sent out another poll to gauge user interest in upcoming features that could make their way into Far Cry 5. The company is coming hot off the successful launch of Far Cry 4, but that doesn't mean they can't pore over ideas for the inevitable sequel.