It’s been nearly a year since we’ve heard or seen anything related to the latest entry in the Ghost Recon series, but that should change at E3.
Have you ever seen Might & Magic Heroes VII cosplay? I don’t think I have. I don’t think I’ll ever need to again after this, either.
Oh hey, Hollywood is making a big time Assassin’s Creed motion picture. Last night, the film’s trailer debuted, and the internet has opinions about it. The internet always has opinions. Always.
Is a Daily Mission really daily if it doesn’t happen every day? That’s the new philosophical dilemma facing The Division, an online shooter in which players travel through New York City wishing they were traveling through space.
Assassin’s Creed designer Patrice Desilets has settled his legal dispute with Ubisoft, he announced today. Ubisoft has given Desilets back the rights to the game that they cancelled, Project 1666. Full statement in the comments.
Everyone’s bummed out about The Division these days, from internet message boards to cable news channels.
Ubisoft’s caveman adventure Far Cry Primal has been one of the stranger, more beguiling games of 2016. Last week, they added a free survivor mode for console and PC players. If you’re willing to start a new game to try it, it makes things much more interesting.
Role-playing as a tough military officer in The Division, while the other players have no idea what’s going on? That could end up really badly, or it could be a fun run.
The Division has already been having a rough week, and things just keep getting rougher: A newly found exploit lets players temporarily boost their gun’s damage output to game-breaking levels.
In Tom Clancy’s The Division, there’s a war on the streets. There’s a war on the message boards and in the forums, too. This game is having a tough time all around.
There’s something uniquely horrid about the prospect of biological warfare. There’s the obvious: diseases like ebola are strong candidates for the very worst way a person can die. Then there’s the careless, wanton nature of the destruction: unlike other weapons, you can’t ‘aim’ a plague.
There are multiple reports popping up this evening that the latest patch for Ubisoft’s The Division has, for an unlucky few on Xbox One, resulted in the demise of their character.
Ubisoft Massive has gone into greater detail about the crafting and loot changes coming in The Division’s big 1.1 update. They say the increase in High-End crafting costs will work hand in hand with increased High-End drop rates to change the way we acquire HE gear. Sounds okay in theory, but it remains to be seen how…
There are some rad changes coming to Ubisoft’s online shooter very soon.
Remember RUSE? It was a Ubisoft-published strategy game about espionage and subterfuge that came out in 2010. Critical consensus pegged it as decent, but not amazing. Despite that, it’s maintained a consistent, occasionally growing Steam player base for six years.
As anyone who’s both played The Division and been to New York can instantly recognise, the developers did a pretty good job nailing the look and feel of the city’s streets. Which is cool for tourists and residents, but what about cartographers?
Lately, my time with The Division has dwindled. That’s partly because I’ve had other games to play, but mostly because I’ve lost interest in the endgame grind. I still fundamentally like playing the game, so I’ve been looking for ways to spice things up.