If you had trouble signing into online games like PlanetSide 2 or H1Z1 over the past day or two, you can blame whoever’s going after their servers.
PlanetSide 2 for the PlayStation 4 is still a thing that is happening, and it’s happening June 23. Daybreak Game Company details the upcoming console launch of the free-to-play massively multiplayer online shooter over at the PlayStation Blog.
1,158 players. 5,089 vehicles destroyed. 53,729 kills. Big numbers, is what I'm saying.
Not only did Joshino pull off this well-known Battlefield move in Planetside 2, but he made it his last kill to reach Battle Rank 100.
This past weekend Red Bull hosted another StarCraft II tournament, which they call the Training Grounds, and featured some of the best players from around the world. There was also a surprise coming out of Brazil with the Brazil Gaming League Arena which saw some fierce competition in the free-to-play first person…
A PlayStation Plus subscription may be required for online multiplayer on the PS4, but it won't required when the console gets DC Universe Online and Planetside 2, both of which are free to play. DCUO's PS4 version will also be cross compatible with the PC title.
The whole point of Planetside 2 is that it's a big shooter. Even by Battlefield or ArmA II standards, it's enormous. Big maps, even bigger battles. To give you an idea of just how big, take a look at this amazing video.
While the large-scale premise is interesting, I just haven't been that keen on Planetside 2. Not sure why. Might have something to do with the garish art design. Whatever, I just have not been feeling it!
Premiering live today at the 2012 China Digital Entertainment Expo & Conference, PlanetSide 2's 'Death is No Excuse' CGI trailer takes the spirit of Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming massively multiplayer online first-person shooter and dresses it up in a fancy coat of blood-splattered CGI. If only the game were…
Publishers are rolling out their E3 line-ups just as the big convention rears its massive head. We've even had some somewhat-surprising, but really-not-that-surprising reveals come of these announcements, too.
Planetside 2, the massively multiplayer first-person shooter with persistent warfare between three competing factions, is shaping up to be a pleasantly hardcore experience, if a presentation by the team is anything to go by. FPSGuru.com spoke to Sony Online Entertainment's John Smedley and Matt Higby, who described …
When it comes to blowing the roof off a video game genre, one couldn't aim for a more low-hanging, flimsily constructed covering than that of the massively multiplayer online first-person shooter market.
The countdown has ended and Sony Online Entertainment has pulled back the curtain on Planetside 2, the sequel to the ambitious 2003 massively multiplayer online first-person shooter.
We already know Sony Online Entertainment is working on a new Planetside game. That's...about all we know. We should know more come July 8, though, as that's when a countdown clock on the series' website expires.