Cloudgine has been a pretty hot topic towards the end up following up to the release of Crackdown 3 last year (before the game was sadly, delayed once again) If you don’t remember what they are about let me give you a quick refresher: Cloudgine is the engine that has been advertised to run Crackdown 3’s destructible multiplayer environment by using cloud computing functionality. Now the IP has been purchased by Epic Games (the guys behind Fortnite and Unreal) to make use of thier skills with the Unreal 4 engine.
Despite, the controversy surrounding lootboxes and the general dissatisfaction of these money making tools from the community and government across the globe – Ubisoft is introducing ‘Battle Crates’ to the third person shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands. Battle Crates will contain random cosmetics and arrive in-game by January end.
Endless blue skies, a tempting horizon, salt water splashing at your feet. Andy Dufresne and Red sure had the right idea. Indie team MarineVerse takes a leaf out of their book in VR Regatta – The Sailing Game, a relaxed, educational boating simulation that lets you wander through the fictional Akalana Islands.
Thanks to the stalwart preservational efforts of historian Isao Yamazaki, we are able to catch a glimpse of the visage of Nintendo HQ from back in the day.
As planned, Overwatch update 2.29 is now available. The update not only adds a new Assault/Escort map, it adds the much anticipated cosmetic items.
Sea of Thieves closed beta opens its doors to invited pirates tomorrow, and PC Design Lead Ted Timmins confirmed Xbox Play Anywhere is featured and supported in the closed beta period.
Halo is arguably one of the biggest franchise in the gaming industry, and of course, any rumours regarding microtransactions and lootboxes affecting future titles will definitely upset its fanbase.