The Xbox One is delayed, the PS4's announcement for the release date is set, Payday 2 launches and Rockstar unveils the multiplayer for the highly anticipated GTA V. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Following up on all the positive gamer and reviewer feedback, Overkill Software recently revealed that they have a year's worth of DLC planned and that safe house customization will be inbound soon, along with the team looking at the possible integration of Steam Workshop support for mods.
So Payday 2 came out a couple of days ago and everyone is throwing out their reviews and giving their impressions and all that jazz and, well, BH Impact doing the PR for 505 Games' Payday 2 provided Gaming Blend with some review copies and I get the opportunity to write about a game I didn't have to pay to play.
Payday 2 is here. The game from Overkill Software and 505 Games has officially launched. The title has been a passion project for the developers and is one of the most highly anticipated games to release this year, despite not having a $50 million dollar marketing budget or a ridiculous advertising campaign.
Things are heating up on the PlayStation Network this week with a large selection of virtual offerings for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita going live during tomorrow's update, Aug. 13.
In a strange twist of fate, gamers vote Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as the greatest game of the seventh generation, much to the chagrin of fans from every other popular series out there. Payday 2 turns out to be a much bigger success than anyone anticipated, making back its entire development budget before it even released, and Dead Island ends up on the experimental route as a MOBA. Amazing.
Talk about professional to the point of a fault. Two gamers actually managed to successfully rob a bank on the Overkill difficulty level without being spotted and managed to make off with enough money to make the bank security look like absolute fools.
Some uber good news today for fans of Overkill Software's heist-shooter, Payday 2. So first up, if you own the original Payday: The Heist you can gain free access to Payday 2's beta for a while with a free key if you have the Steam version. Next up, a new video has been released showcasing how you can do a bank heist as stealthily as possible.
While we're constantly being told that production budgets on games are “skyrocketing” the one thing that most whiny publishers don't talk about is that they're making more money now in a single quarter than most publishers made combined in an entire year back in the 90s. Payday 2 is one of those games that's making massive amounts of money... on pre-orders alone.
A new gameplay walkthrough of Payday 2 has gone live featuring some of the most frattiest frat boy gamers you could find. In fact, they make the potty mouthed Call of Duty 12-year-olds sound like Maya freaking Angelou. But their silly commentary antics don't compare to their awful meth-cooking antics.
Multiplayer heist game Payday 2 will be arriving this month as previously planned. Today developer Overkill Software announced the exact dates that you'll be able to engage in criminal mischief with friends.
Stealing from the Russian mafia... sounds simple, right? Well, even if it doesn't sound simple, two thieves thought it would be a cake walk given that all they had to do was waltz into a nightclub, subdue the manager in his office and make off with the loot without causing a ruckus. Too bad it didn't happen that way.
Overkill Software released a new trailer for Payday 2 that focuses on the game's skill tree and advancement. The trailer is short and sweet and gives players a basic rundown of the archetypes and their capabilities when they're on a heist.
The random mission parameters, ever-changing map attributes and NPC uncertainties makes Payday 2 such an intense experience and very difficult to execute stealth operations effectively. Well, two new videos showcase, for the first time ever, how to get in and out using 100% stealth, based on a lot of preparation and teamwork.
Some new beta gameplay has surfaced for the upcoming first-person robbery heist game, Payday 2. The video is only eight minutes long and features four friends who attempt to rob four stores at the exact same time without being caught... you can almost guess how things turn out.