A concept for a new Splinter Cell game exists, just as soon as Ubisoft would like to resurrect one of the stealth genre’s most iconic IPs. The design was developed by Jade Raymond’s team, presumably just after 2013’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist, on which Raymond served as executive producer and which remains the most recent Splinter Cell game.
Prepare to Die Again is a mod for Dark Souls that aims to recreate that precious, singular experience of exploring the game for the very first time. At first it did this by simply moving enemies, but its latest version, which is now compatible with Dark Souls Remastered on PC, goes further.
Atlas is a pirate-themed survival MMO, released into early access on December 22 after multiple delays. And it’s not off to the best start – in just a couple of days, user reviews on Steam are only 24% positive. Moreover, a menu screen from Ark: Survival Evolved has been found in the game, raising questions about Atlas’s intended scope.
TaleWorlds’ Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is currently one of the most anticipated PC games, building upon the series’ first instalment and adding multiple new features to the world. One of the new features showcased was the new persuasion system, where players can use this ability to win over people and convince them to do actions regardless of the amount of silver required. Your persuasion ability doesn’t only depend on your skill, it also depends on your personality and reputation around the kingdom.
Marvel’s Spider-Man by Insomniac Games was definitely one of the biggest releases this year, giving PS4 fans another tasty exclusive to add to the console’s long list of critically acclaimed exclusives. However, ever since the game went live back in September, fans constantly messaged the development team’s social media accounts and whined all over the internet to push the studio to add the original Raimi Spider-Man suit wore by Tobey Maguire in the 2002’s movie. Insomniac Games didn’t just add the suit, they gave it away for free to everyone who owns the game.
League of Legends’ KPOP-style crossover has cometo VR. The Pop/Stars video was released earlier this year to celebrate Worlds 2018 and promote new cosmetic items for four of the characters from Riot’s MOBA, but the song itself is now playable in virtual reality title Beat Saber.