Showing posts with label First Person. Show all posts
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Thursday, August 16, 2018

Battlefield V – Devastation of Rotterdam – Gamescom Trailer

Ahead of Gamescom 2018, EA Dice releases another official trailer for Battlefield V and took the conflict to Rotterdam city.

Eager fans of first-person shooter game franchise Battlefield gets to see some brand-new footage from Battlefield V as developer EA DICE and publisher Electronic Arts are offering peak at some of the game's previously mentioned features in spirit of Gamescom 2018. Being the sixth title from the acclaimed series, BFV has not only created expectation and hype but the creators are confident about it changing everything and we are about to witness glimpse of it firsthand now.

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Battlefield V – Devastation of Rotterdam – Gamescom Trailer

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An official trailer titled "Devastation of Rotterdam" showcases how BF5 captures the intensity of World War II and how it will play out.




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The trailer opens up to the destructive rampage of war on Rotterdam city and how each party is fighting intensely throughout the constant bombing. Gameplay moments in tank warfare are shown for the first time from the inside to show how it feels to control one of these and it dominantly scales over rubble. We already saw cut-scenes of aerial combat back in E3 2018 trailer already but another look was there too. How several fractions interact in a multiplayer and new maps are shown briefly.

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Among all those gunfire and explosions, soldiers were busy fighting each other on streets of Dutch city. Aside from gunfights, melee combat will have its unique place when players will come face to face with enemies. Developers have previously disclosed about some engaging "War Story" campaign modes that will probably shape up the outcome of war. Nearing the end of the video, what we momentarily saw can be the exclusive first-look at the much-anticipated Battle Royale mode.

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Possible First Tease of Battle Royale

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World War II-themed shooter title Battlefield V is currently scheduled for a release window of October 19, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. To get access in advance, you are advised to pre-order the Deluxe Edition of the game and start from on October 16. Though the alleged scene of Battle Royale mode was shown from an aerial shot, we are hopeful that we will get a full-length video on that very soon as well.

Friday, August 10, 2018

We Happy Few Secret Ending!

Survival horror title We Happy Few offers players a secret ending without forcing him to go through all the troubles.

Psychedelic horror game with action-adventure elements, We Happy Few from Compulsion Games and Gearbox Publishing is finally out for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Although the game is slightly undermined after release despite much anticipation that was build around by player following its reveal, the game has a vivid interactive world and an engaging story. Recently, a shortcut is found to end the game very quickly without facing the twist and turn of events to reach conclusion.

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We Happy Few Secret Ending!

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Arthur Hastings

To get the secret ending, you will start with Arthur Hastings' story after the game begins and he will be running his Redactor device to check and remove reference sources of tragedies regarding mind-altering campaigns of Wellington Wells. He will come across an article that refers to a tragic past regarding his younger brother Percy. This presents a quick turn of events to players with a choice to take a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy" to remove his sadness or try to think freely.

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

To go ahead and see what challenges the world of WHF has in store for you; most players would refrain from taking the pill. On the contrary, if Arthur ends up taking the Joy pill, he will go back to his happy life without ever meeting other playable characters Sally and Ollie to dig deep about the dark secrets the city hides from everyone. In recent memory, similar hidden ending was found in Ubisoft's action-adventure FPS title Far Cry 5, where you could see the game end in 10 minutes.

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Finish We Happy Few in 2 Minutes!

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Ollie Starkey

If the idea of playing though the entire plot in a British dystopia of 60's doesn't seem that appealing to you at all then you can always take the low road and get away. Of course, any gamer under normal circumstances would generally want to go through the entire story of the game once they get their hands on it but for some unknown reason, Compulsion Games decided to let people take a quick exit. So, anyone is looking for a quick way out to end credits, you know now how to get there.

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Adding this secret ending was a fine nod to display how an indulged populace has become a social norm these days and how taking less aggressive actions can sometime get you out of situations. We Happy Few entered Steam's Early Access program after a successful Kickstarter crowd funding campaign and upon being delayed back in January, they even offered a refund. Finally, things were sorted out when Microsoft Studios acquired the studio and helped them launch the game on 10 August 2018.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

We Happy Few Introduces Ollie Starkey

Compulsion Games introduces We Happy Few’s final playable character Ollie Starkey.

Developer Compulsion Games along with publisher Gearbox Publishing and Microsoft Studios will take you to a tour of alternate reality 60's English town Wellington Wells in We Happy Few to assume different roles of an enlightened citizen, who is trying to escape the surroundings of drug-induced inhabitants after discovering deep dark secrets of it no one tells you about. Today, we are here with the final playable character of the game, Ollie Starkey as it is only days away from being released.

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We Happy Few Introduces Ollie Starkey

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Just like Arthur and Sally, Ollie had an awakening about the fact that the retro-futuristic city they live in has some terrible dark past and a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy" is doing that. Being a mad Scotsman and ex-soldier, he is not liked by everyone around him and he hates television celebrity Uncle Jack but he has an invisible friend though. Despite pitted against all odds, he did keep his Scottish heritage intact and even managed to survive in the Garden District nearing old train station.

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On their take on Ollie's character, art director Whitney Clayton wanted to go for someone who is a tough nut to crack. While he is still wearing his old military jacket and old army boots, he is more than a soldier who notices the anomaly of his society. Although he may not remember all of his past in entirety, he finds purpose in life upon discovering secrets of the Victory Memorial Camp. Like the other two playable figures, Ollie Starkey has his unique perks and abilities that will help him uncover the truth.

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More Than A Soldier

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The journey of the game begin with a Kickstarter campaign and then to Early Access on Steam, where it faced some delay that led the developers into removing the game entirely from Valve's digital distribution platform and offer refunds. Thankfully, everything is back on track again after the indie studio was acquired by Microsoft Studios and now scheduled to release on 10 August 2018, for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Call of Duty: WWII – Days of Summer Community Event

New Call of Duty: WWII community event Days of Summer makes you fight as little plastic soldiers inside a sandbox!

People are so busy with the anticipation of upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 these days from first-person shooter Call of Duty series, they have stopped talking about one of the best-selling titles of 2017, Call of Duty: WWII. So, Activision and Sledgehammer Games decided to shake things up a little bit and so, they announced a limited-time community event titled "Days of Summer" with lots of brand-new content to keep you busy during summer time and try to cool off at the same time.

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Call of Duty: WWII – Days of Summer Community Event

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A new official trailer is released detailing key-aspects of the ongoing community event Days of Summer for Call of Duty: WWII.




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For those who like big things in small packages, there is a new map called Sandbox, where players will be inside of an actual sandbox, fighting as a green tiny toy soldier made of plastic. You get to explore in a beach area throughout huge sandcastles and find yourself in an environment, which is clearly unlike anything you have ever experienced in CoD: WWII. Those toy army men are available in green and gray color that actually makes everyone from a same team look indifferent.

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Days of Summer Sandbox Map

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As you are about to wander into the beach area, you will notice many props of summertime the development team has added for fun and then there is Captain Butcher. He's about to give you some trouble with his magnifying glass and will be burning the center of the map. So, you just cannot go out there and shoot around. Now, aside from combating your opponents in a sandy landscape between buckets, hose pipes and giant rubber duckie, you have to watch your back on your own.

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Aerial Dogfighting is Back

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Days of Summer event also brings back aerial dogfighting mode, which got updated and has new features in it now. A War Mode mission known as Operation Husky from the game's DLC Pack 2, where there was a final objective to complete and it was a dogfight. Previously, there were environmental obstacles that would not let you fly over the skies of Egyptian Pyramids or Crimean Mountains. However, they made it possible to fly above clouds with your zeppelins to rule the blue.

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Summer in Full Swing

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Three new summer-themed weapons, Ribeyrolles SMG, 3-Line sniper rifle and the Automaton are introduced as part of the timed event. Varieties of themed gears are rolled in to pack your arsenal as you join the battle. The event will end on August 28 and Sandbox map will come to PlayStation 4 first before PC and Xbox One. Instead of latching on to the serious tone of WWII, Days of Summer community event actually takes things easily and encourages players to be a little silly while they can.

We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

Compulsion Games introduces mysterious playable character Sally Boyle from We Happy Few.

Away from only little longer than a week, psychedelic horror game We Happy Few from Compulsion Games, Gearbox Publishing and Microsoft Studios is scheduled to launch on 10 August, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox One X. The developer and publishers have already unveiled first playable character Arthur Hastings from the game, who is an everyday common man. Now, another mysterious character of Sally Boyle is about to join the roster of players this week.

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We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

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One of the few people that see through the dark history of the city of Wellington Wells is Sally Boyle and she is in a race against time to run away from her terrible neighbors. While the artificially-enthused society around her constantly wants her to indulge in a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy", she is looking for a way out of this forced madness upon them. For her grooviest fashion sense, Sally is deemed as a wonderful girl in this alternative reality, retro-futuristic city of 1960's England.

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Aside from being a chemist who assists one of the doctors in creating Joy, she is very dazzling and witty. During her character design process, art director Whitney Clayton wanted her to be both a clever chemist and an iconic social figure that everyone knows. However, her glamorous and smart outlook is just a front to hide her secret past that can get her killed if it ever comes out. Her unique appearance and stance is heavily inspired by 60's fashion models like Twiggy and Edie Sedgwick.

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Sally Boyle Can Escape Detection

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Already met Arthur Hastings and Sally Boyle, two aware citizens of Wellington Wells, the introduction of Ollie Starkey is due up next. We Happy Few initially started from a Kickstarter campaign by developer studio Compulsion Games. Then Gearbox Publishing took charge of publishing the game and it entered Early Access on Steam. The game was pulled out from Valve's distribution platform because of delay and now Microsoft Studios has acquired the developers.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta Trailer

An action-packed trailer showing off new features for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta event is launched.

Later this week, Multiplayer Beta for upcoming multiplayer first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 from Treyarch and Activision launches for fans to test out the game before it finally releases worldwide on October 12, 2018. This will be a great opportunity to see how the game will play out on large scale for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Currently, the beta test will be focused mainly on multiplayer because they are getting rid of the traditional campaign mode for this installment.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta Trailer

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Thanks to Activision's exclusive contract with Sony, CoD: Black Ops 4 beta will arrive early over PS4 on August 3, 10 AM PT and will end on August 6, 10 AM PT. Then PC and Xbox One players will join the party on August 10, 10 AM PT, which will run till August 13, 10 AM PT. A pre-order for the game will grant an exclusive access to beta for players on PC. Otherwise, having an active Battle.Net account can make a way for you to take part in beta from August 11, 10 AM PT as well.

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In accordance to the increasing hype for the game, a brand-new Multiplayer Beta trailer was released earlier, showcasing brief key-moments from the beta test.




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We see that the characters look quite different from the playable operators we saw before and this is probably because; they are highly customizable for more personalized experience. Another notable part from the trailer is 15 seconds of glimpses on battle royale mode Blackout. There were basically two groups of four people going against each other, which suggest that players can go up solo or in squads. Beta opens up with six maps but two of them are yet to reveal and five modes to try.

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No progress made during the beta test period will be carried over to the final release of CoD: BO4, which is regularly seen in Free Weekend but participate in the program will surely earn an exclusive calling card for them when the game finally launches. However, completing the entire Multiplayer Beta is going to reward players with a Permanent Unlock Token, which can be used to unlock equipment or weapons in post-launch content Create-a-Class.

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Aside from physical copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, ordering digital copies from online through Battle.net, Microsoft/Xbox Store or PlayStation Store can also get you into the fun without redeeming a beta code on official Call of Duty website. We are still waiting for details on Blackout Beta and possible release date in September to announce by Treyarch or Activision. The reason for them to not arrange an open beta is to make fans preorder the game and test out experience in a minimal scale.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

We Happy Few Introduces Arthur Hastings

Compulsion Games introduces We Happy Few’s first playable character Arthur Hastings.

Psychedelic horror game We Happy Few was previously scheduled to release worldwide on April 13, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Featuring three different campaigns, protagonist Arthur’s story from the game needed more work to accomplish the desired look they were trying to achieve; therefore it was pushed back to summer 2018. Now that it is finally set to release on 10 August 2018, we are here to discuss about its first playable character Arthur Hastings.

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We Happy Few Introduces Arthur Hastings

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In a 60's English town Wellington Wells, Arthur is a common man working to censor newspaper archives off offending stories. When he came across old news about him and his younger brother, he refused to take a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy", which everyone else in town has been indulged with. So, in an attempt to dug deep and discover the truth, he discovers a dark history of his retro-futuristic city that everyone else is cheerfully denying everyday with their Joy pills.

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He may be a man of plain appearance that wouldn't drive attention of the onlookers and very easy to miss in a crowd but like two other playable characters of the game, he has his unique ability perks. Art director Whitney Clayton designed Arthur's character based on typical awkward people pushed around by his peers. Sporting a nerdy look in glasses and a thin frame, he is good at running away and it is very crucial for survival. He is also pretty good with melee weapons like a club.

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Utterly Unremarkable Arthur Hastings

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Indie developer studio Compulsion Games was in charge of developing this psychic horror game, which they started with a Kickstarter campaign while Gearbox Publishing was initially going to publish it. We Happy Few then successfully entered Early Access on Steam and for Xbox One but the delay forced them to remove the game from Valve's distribution platform. Microsoft Studios have later acquired the studio in June 2018 and everything came back in right track.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies – Blood of the Dead Trailer

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies mode experience Blood of the Dead takes players back to Alcatraz.

Upcoming multiplayer first-person shooter game Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 from Treyarch and Activision decided to replace their traditional campaign mode with Zombies mode cooperative that will have three episodes available during release and two of them; Voyage of Despair and IX are already revealed. Featuring a different group of four rugged survivors than the ones we saw in previous trailer, a brand-new trailer for Blood of the Dead episode is finally here now.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies – Blood of the Dead Trailer

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Tag along with the soldiers of fortune as they journey towards an unseen mystery, waiting to unleash a nightmare upon them in the trailer below revealed at San Diego Comic-Con.




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Underneath the island prison facility, the Primis crew came across secret laboratory while looking for a portal to future and encounter angry mobs of undead soldiers attacking them from every direction. However, each of them specialized in combat tactically approaches the approaching onslaught of zombies, who once were inmates of Alcatraz. Classic heroes from Zombies mode; Dempsey, Nikolai, Richtofen and Takeo are back again with a mission but entangled with a zombie horde.

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Blood of the Dead is actually a re-imagining of the popular Mob of the Dead map from Call of Duty: Black Ops II. After time travelling their way back to British passenger liner Titanic and ancient Roman gladiatorial arena to face off zombie hordes and dreadful monsters, the third chapter takes players back to Alcatraz following an ancient book Kronorium, to face a horror beyond their freakiest imaginations and a lot more than a team of four crew members can handle.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Mystery Box Edition

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Activision and Treyarch also announced a special limited edition called "Mystery Box Edition" with added content and cool merchandise. Costing only $199.99, it includes the full game, Black Ops Pass, issue#1 of Call of Duty: Zombies comic-book from Dark Horse Comics, FiGPiNS collectible of four Primis crew, three stunning Zombies mode lithographs, 16 specialist patches, a gorgeous looking SteelBook case, a 1,000-piece Zombie puzzle and more inside a skeletal-themed package.

RELATED: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta Release Date

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is currently all set to release on October 12, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Multiplayer Beta will kick in from August 3 for PS4 owners and Xbox One players join on August 10. Battle.Net will exclusively offer PC Beta Early Access from the same day as well. Pre-order your copy to reserve access to Private Beta and other exclusive contents depending on your preferred version of the game.