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Previously, CD Projekt RED’s Quest Designer Patrick Mills described video games as “collaborative art pieces.” Of course, he has every right to think so, but video games aren’t the only form of art available in the world. Video games themselves feature visual and audible art, with several titles well-known over the years in the gaming industry solely on their amazing and memorable soundtracks.
World of Warplanes made its debut on Steam earlier this month, at last bringing another piece of the Wargaming catalog to Valve’s store with 12v12 dogfights amid the golden age of military aviation. This release is keeping pace on updates too, and two new planes have hit the runway and are ready for takeoff – bolstering the Japanese and American fleets.
It’s been a decade since since CD Projekt launched GOG, its DRM-free storefront. The store is celebrating the occasion as any retailer might – with giveaways and big sales. You’ll get the chance to vote on the promotion’s free game, and you can save big with collections of some of the best games on the service.
Assassin’s Creed hasn’t had multiplayer in quite a while, but Ubisoft says that may soon change. With the rise of games as a service it makes business sense to return to the concept, and despite the series’ general focus on single-player its multiplayer options have been surprisingly robust and entertaining. Ubisoft wants its tech to be able to support those features again.
There are a few services that offer gamers free video game titles each month in order to subscribe for a monthly fee. For instance, Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo offer a collection of video game titles free each month to enjoy just as long as you subscribe to their specific services such as PlayStation Plus. Twitch, being one of the biggest online streaming services to watch personalities play video games, there is a premium subscription that gamers can take part in called Twitch Prime.
Game streaming is one of the hottest topics in the industry right now, and the world’s racing to perfect it. No, the tech isn’t good enough just yet, but the promise of being able to offload the expenses of processing power could make games much more accessible to a much wider range of people. Google’s take on game streaming is coming soon, and it begins with by letting a select few play a brand-new blockbuster for free.