In the fifth developer diary for Battlefield Hardline, the team discusses how it’s bringing “Hollywood crime drama” to the shooter’s single-player campaign.
Visceral Games posted a blog entry yesterday detailing some of the gadgets available at your disposal in campaign mode, and if you missed it, just click through the link.
Battlefield Hardline releases on March 17 on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and we expect a announcement pertaining to the Premium service sometime soon.
In addition to the online Heist, a source close to Rockstar Games has revealed that studio has been developing a “monumental” piece of Grand Theft Auto V story downloadable content.
“We’ve spent a good amount of time working on the online Heists and the remaster, however we haven’t forgotten about Michael, Franklin and Trevor’s ...read more
Destiny players, you asked for it and Bungie has delivered it: you can now swap items in and out of the vault using the companion app.
“Destiny needs more vault space” you cry – and yes, this is true. But while we all struggle with the limitations imposed on us by Bungie, we face all kinds of annoyances.
Most of these annoyances have no ...read more
GTA 5 is the highest-grossing title at the moment in terms of digital revenue, and the PSN is absolutely minting it.
Digital games industry analyst Superdata has extended its scope to include console games, which means we suddenly have access to a whole bunch of data we’ve only been able to guess at, or extrapolate from comments made in publisher financial briefings ...read more
Sony Japan has accidentally erased all information obtained from PlayStation owners who entered to win a 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4.
Those who purchased PlayStation 3, PS4, Vita or Vita TV between December 4 – January 15 were handed a calendar with a code which entered them into the contest.
Somehow, all data collected from the customers was erased and cannot be recovered. Sony didn’t provide information on how the data was lost.
Customers can now re-enter the contest by sending all required information in again.
YouTube channel Open World Games claims to have spoken with Closed Alpha testers who have played early builds of Ubisoft’s highly anticipated open-world online shooter, The Division, and who have disclosed specific gameplay details on their experiences so far.
They describe the way players enter and leave Dark Zones, which are public ...read more
Bungie is bringing in a new playlist to Destiny next week. Starting on March 3rd and lasting for one week, players can participate in the Inferno modes.
The first to arrive is Inferno Control. This game mode is "a PVP experience that’s more about basic gunplay and achieving more with less."
The most important change to the Inferno playlists is no radar. A statement from the senior designer Leif Johansen via the Bungie Weekly Update says why they made this change.
Rockstar Games has rolled in 15 new screenshots for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5. As was announced the other day, the PC launch was delayed until April 14th. Now onto some better news, a new trailer is coming soon and with that, Rockstar Games confirmed that they will be releasing a new Rockstar Editor so players can create their own movies using game footage.
So in the meantime, go ahead a look at the new mind blowing screenshots below.
Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s Xbox division head is currently finalizing the Xbox One Fall line up. There are four big games coming out this Fall season and according to Spencer, there are playable now after being tested. Phil Spencer took to Twitter to announce this big news and he also mentioned that some of the titles will be announced before E3. At this time we do not know what the titles are, but we should know more in the near future.
Chinese computer and smartphone firm Lenovo Group said its website was hacked on Wednesday, its second security blemish days after the U.S. government advised consumers to remove software called “Superfish” pre-installed on its laptops.
Hacking group Lizard Squad claimed credit for the attacks on microblogging service Twitter. Lenovo said attackers breached the domain name system associat ...read more