The game was announced about 10 years ago with a different name, intended to be part of the same world as Final Fantasy 13 but switch-ups it’s scale,plataforms, philosophy and development team. This is an ambitious game for experienced and beginner gamers. The new elements give you a big boost in experience making this journey a more fascinating world.
It’s available for Xbox One and PS4.
In the beginning of this month we had an earlier teaser and now Microsoft officially announced Forza Horizon 3’s first expansion called Blizzard Mountain.
Introduces extreme snow and ice in a new themed campaign. 50 new events and 7 new cars, Ford GYMKHANA 9 Focus RS RX, Ford F-100 Flareside Abatti Racing Trophy Truck, Lancia Stratos HF Group 4, Lancia Delta S4 Group B, Nissan Titan Warrior Concept, RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR-Rockstar Energy Pro 2 Truck, and Subaru #199 WRX STI VT15r Rally Car.
Blizzard Mountain is one of at least two paid expansions for Forza Horizon 3, though there is no word yet on what's included with the second one or when it may come out.
In the beta, you can participate in "dozens" of challenges across three of Steep's seven regions. The three in the beta are called the Aravis, the Tyrol, and the Needles; all of them are inspired by real-world locations from the Alps mountain range. The beta also includes nine "Mountain Stories," which are story-based challenges. Players can unlock new gear items by completing them.
Call of Duty is a truly global franchise which has, no doubt, helped the gaming industry become what it is today. It has gone from strength to strength, and love it or hate it, you can’t deny that it is a truly huge release and a massive deal whenever one is announced. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare was no different in that regard – the announcement generated a load of controversy and it caught a lot of flak from journalists, fans, and gamers in general.
Taking place in the sunny city of San Francisco, Watch Dogs 2 is far more vibrant than its dreary
predecessor. It's swapping out trench coats for snapbacks, adopting a happy-go-lucky attitude that isn't afraid to make fun of itself. Read on for our hands-on preview and all the latest news on
Watch Dogs 2.
Ubisoft has detailed all the content to be included in the Watch Dogs 2 season pass. The additional goodies will cost £30/$40 at launch, granting you access to all future content. The five packs announced for the pass so far include: T-Bone Content Bundle, Human Conditions, No Compromise, Root Access Bundle and Psychedelic Pack.
The first thing to lift the mood is the game’s new protagonist, Marcus Holloway. Marcus is a hacker, but he’s not out looking for revenge over a family death. All Marcus wants is to be free, so you start the game breaking into a CTOS facility. This immoral security company collects data from civilians, and ranks them by threat – how likely they are to commit a crime based on their background, browsing history, etc. Marcus is here to wipe his file.
The Watch Dogs team realised that the best hack in the first games was the simple camera takeover. Why? Because the player has full control – they can manipulate the camera feeds to plot their route through an area, and they can jump freely between cameras, even using them to get to another hackable object. In Watch Dogs 2, maintenance elevators can be hacked, along with forklifts and other industrial machinery. You can ride on top of them and drive around the city, using them to boost you up to any rooftop they can reach. It makes you feel clever when you use this trick to circumvent a tough area filled with goons.