Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest) will direct a script by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon. ARS T...
Day: March 20, 2019
Today marks one year since Sea of Thieves first set sail, and to celebrate Rare announced its Anniversary Update, set for an April 30 release date. The update will bring a new competitive mode, story adventures, a new Trading Company, and various world improvements.
February was a big month indeed, with two highly anticipated titles, Anthem and Metro: Exodus, releasing within a span of a couple of weeks. However, the latter ended up debuting at 8th place for the top 20 NPD’s February list of sales, while Anthem snatched the number one spot.
In a first for the series, Destiny 2’s Season of the Drifter introduced a binary choice with permanent consequences: pledge loyalty to the strait-laced Vanguard, or the rogueish Drifter. Here’s what you get each week for making that choice.
Creating a bigger, better story that showed off their game’s reactive world was one of the main goals for the developers of Divinity: Original Sin 2. Larian hired a team of nine writers to create it, thinking that would be plenty to tackle the task. But between writing and scripting, Original Sin 2’s main story wasn’t complete until just ten months before the game shipped.
Since its release, the Counter-Strike series has stuck to its winning formula and remains a staple of PC gaming. But its creator, Minh ‘Gooseman’ Le, had plenty of ideas to shake things up that were never implemented for fear of fans’ reaction, one of which was weapon price inflation.
The final chapter in Clementine’s story is written, and the last instalment of Telltale’s The Walking Dead is set to release March 26 on PC.
Yesterday, Google announced its new streaming technology Stadia, which is said to have 10 teraflops, 4K graphics output, and much more.
If you’re familiar with Quantic Dream, you know that the development studio has been for the most part releasing Sony exclusives. However, over the past few months, the development studio received an investment from NetEase, a company based in China. With this investment, Quantic Dream revealed their interest in bringing out video games to other platforms outside of just Sony’s line of PlayStation consoles. That statement rings true as the company announced that their three latest big releases will be launching on the PC platform through the Epic Games Store.