Today, World of Tanks is taking the fight forward by releasing their newest evolution, World of Tanks Modern Armor. With cross play available on PlayStation®4 and 5 and on Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, this leading combat vehicle shooter is available to millions of console players across the globe.Rolling out for the first time in the game’s history is the addition of modern combat, which brings new, fast-paced gameplay to the forefront. Players will also be able to explore added features including new maps and consumables, an era-based matchmaker, 3D commanders, and of course, a growing list of advanced tanks from the late 20th century.
In First Strike, the premier episode launching with the release of the Modern Armor saga, two powerful alliances will come forth: The Western Alliance and Eastern Alliance. These groups boast a combined total of 18 tanks, all immediately available for players to research. The Western Alliance rolls in with true American power featuring the M46A1 Patton, M47 Patton, M48A5PI Patton, M60’61 Patton, M60A1 Patton, M60A3 Patton, M1 Abrams,...
Soviet and German troops will engage in city battles using late WW2 weapons and gear
Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software announce that WW2 online shooter Enlisted players can now join the Battle of Berlin campaign closed beta. This is the third campaign in the game that already features Battle of Moscow and Invasion of Normandy.
In Battle for Berlin players will experience the intensity of dense city fighting that occurred during the last days of World War II, such as the assault on the Reich Chancellery, crossing of the Moltke Bridge, and suppressing resistance at the Kroll-Opera. Soviet and German troops use weaponry and vehicles that are typical for the late phase of the war, like the T-34-85 and Panther G tanks, Il-2-37 and Me 410 aircraft, and firearms like PPS-43, M30 Luftwaffe drilling, DT-29, Panzerfaust 100. This campaign also features rifles equipped with bayonet knives, that are perfect for close combat fans.
The Battle of Berlin closed beta is available to those who purchased the special "Battle of Berlin" Bundle. The testing is divided into two...
Lawn Mowing Simulator explores the Great British countryside and invites players to ride an authentic and expansive roster of licensed lawn mowers from prestigious manufacturers; Toro, SCAG and STIGA as they manage their mowing business.Before Lawn Mowing Simulator releases later this year, Skyhook Games and Curve Digital are giving players access to the game for a limited time period via the Xbox Insider program. Pre-registration starts now, with the flight taking place from April 2nd until April 16th.
“We’re incredibly excited to show the world our first in-house developed game,” said David Harper, co-founder of Skyhook Games. “We can’t wait for players to experience the satisfaction of manicuring a lawn to perfection within Lawn Mower Simulator’s idyllic setting.”
“It feels great to be able to reveal Lawn Mowing Simulator alongside Skyhook Games. The team have done an amazing job recreating the experience of lawn mowing across the gorgeous British countryside“ added Simon Byron, Publishing Director at Curve Digital. “We’re excited for players to get hands-on with Lawn Mowing Simulator as early as next week through the...
Grim reapers Acid Nerve (Titan Souls) and soulless publisher Devolver Digital have revealed Death’s Door, an offbeat fantasy action-adventure, coming to Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC this Summer. Announced during today’s ID@Xbox Twitch Gaming Showcase, Death’s Door marks the long-awaited return of developers Acid Nerve, as Devolver Digital CFO Fork Parker remarked:
“We can rebuild them. We have the technology. We can make them better than they were. Better, stronger, faster. And hopefully more profitable.”
Death’s Door thrusts players into a quirky and curious world where Crows are in charge of collecting the souls of the dead. Reaping souls and punching a clock might get monotonous but it’s honest work for a Crow. The job gets lively when your assigned soul is stolen and you must track down a desperate thief to a realm untouched by death - where creatures grow far past their expiry and overflow with greed and power. Venturing forth from the Hall of Doors, explore a land full of twisted inhabitants and countless secrets, bringing hope to the weird and wonderful...
Platform-exclusive games could become big business in 2021 and beyond.
There’s nothing like a few console exclusives to keep the war between gamers raging, but up until now, there haven’t been than many console-exclusive games, with Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony only holding a handful in the grand scheme of things. A new report, however, claims that Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and even Sony are all actively seeking studio acquisitions, and it could mean that the gaming industry as we know it is about to go through a drastic change.
News of the aforementioned companies looking to snatch up studios left and right comes from Brad Sams, a journalist that has a pretty good track record of reporting Microsoft news long before official word actually drops. In the video we’ve embedded below, he spills the beans about this industry-changing news:
“I’ve been hearing a lot of conversations behind closed doors about acquisitions in the industry. There’s a lot of moving things going on right now.”
He goes on to say that it’s hard tell what companies are in the running...
Updated: 11/25/2020 - Some new video footage of Cyberpunk 2077 with ray tracing has been released along with what hardware is required:
Can Your Computer Run Cyberpunk 2077 With Ray Tracing?
Updated: 9/18/2020 - Cd Projekt Red has released hardware requirements for Cyberpunk 2077 and what you need to enjoy ray tracing in game.
C:>systeminfo /u 188.8.131.52cyberpunk /p ******Loading Processor Information...Loading Memory Information...Loading Video Card Information...Saving data to: c:cp77hardware_requirements.infoDisplay now? y/nY pic.twitter.com/bhfDa51gkd— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) September 18, 2020
Much like the PlayStation vs. Xbox war, the PC vs. console war continues to rage, and the general consensus is that PC is better than consoles most of the time – at least until the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X launch, and we’ll have to revisit that statement. Be that as it may, Cyberpunk 2077 players on PC will have a huge advantage over console players at launch. I’m talking, of course, about ray tracing, and now we have a new set of images to showcase just how dramatically it improves the game.
As you can...
An Official PlayStation Store listing for Resident Evil 8 has exposed us to a bunch of new details, including that RE8 will support 4K Ray Tracing and the Dual Sense controller’s adaptive triggers.
On top of these two new goodies, we have it on good authority that we’ll experience super-fast loading times lanks to the PS5’s “ultra high-speed SSD.” The adaptive triggers will work together with haptic feedback to “simulate the effect of firing a real gun.” This feature, by the way, may be exclusive to the PS5, so this may be a good reason to make the switch from Xbox if you haven’t already.
Adding to this, we still don’t know if Resident Evil 8 will feature 4K graphics and ray tracing on the Xbox Series X. It’s easy to assume that it will, knowing that games like Watch Dog’s Legion will offer Ray Tracing, so it seems like a no-brainer.
If you haven’t heard yet, new details about Resident Evil 8 were recently shared by developers, and Ethan Winters – the protagonist from RE7 –...
Despite the negativity and bashing from fans that was garnered by Fallout 76, Bethesda could pursue another multiplayer open-world game sometime in the future. Word comes directly from Skyrim and Fallout Director, Todd Howard, who said that he wouldn’t “rule out” making games similar to Fallout 76 in the future.
During the Develop: Brighton conference, Howard expressed this even further as he was asked if there was scope for another multiplayer-only open-world game. His reply was simple.
“You don’t want to say never. I think the one thing we would do different is put it out there. You really have to beta test this things for a long period of time, 24/7 with like players.”
Given the general reaction to Fallout 76, this comment isn’t all that surprising as that game only saw short testing periods just a little while before it was released. He went on to acknowledge that Bethesda dropped the ball with Fallout 76, saying that the studio “wasn’t really giving our audience what the wanted…they were really let down by what we delivered...
Apex Legends has turned out to be a big hit and Respawn has continue to bring in new content on a regular basis to keep things interesting. Now it seems that the company has big plans to take it to new levels, and we’re “probably going to see the shooter becoming more than just a battle royale game.”
Apex Legends’ game director Chad Grenier hinted at this in more detail in an interview with Eurogamer:
“Right now, we’re a battle royale game. I think if you look into the future, we have a lot of conversations of, you know, should we expand beyond battle royale? We have this roster of legends that people love – how else can we use them?”
What none of us stopped to realize, however, is that the painting for this has been on the wall all this time. Just like Call of Duty: Warzone, for example, Apex Legends has a bunch of different limited time modes and various ways to play. According to Grenier, that’s just the beginning.
“I think looking into the...
We know you were a little let down when you heard that Cyberpunk 2077 was delated again, this time until December 10th. At the time, we didn’t know why the game was being delayed yet again with exception to some basic and somewhat generic excuses. Fast forward today, and a new CD Project Red investor’s call has shed some light on the situation, and the fault seems to be on current-gen consoles.
During this investor’s call, CPR CEO, Adam Kicinski pointed the finger at the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, which goes along with what was said in most recent delay announcement where the “complexities of simultaneously developing and testing nine versions of the game” was a big part of the hold up.
“We underestimated the time required for the very final processes. The game is ready for the PC and runs great on the next-gen consoles, and could be shipped on the scheduled date on those platforms. However, even though the game has been certified on the current gens by both Sony and Microsoft, some...