Petroglyph Games and Funcom have released a new video for Conan Unconquered that takes a closer look at its co-op element.
Executive Producer for the game Ted Morris mentioned that “we’re trying to make it as cooperative an experience as possible,” and Senior Game Designer Patrick Pannullo added that “where the challenge comes in, is in trying to coordinate between the two of you, in order to fight more difficult mobs.” The added difficulty will be derived from what kind of mobs players will face, along with where the attacks will come from.
What would you do if you were in an alien planet with only 20 minutes left before everything gets destroyed by a huge explosion? That’s the premise in Outer Wilds, an indie adventure developed by Annapurna Interactive and Mobius Digital Games that won the Seumas McNally Grand Prize at the 2015 GDC Independent Games Festival, beating titles like The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, This War of Mine, The Talos Principle, and Endless Legend.
Outer Wilds is a thrilling exploration adventure where you take the role of an astronaut and member of the Outer Wilds Ventures space program, which aim is to find answers in a solar system in constant change. You set camp on the surface of a foreign planet, getting ready to explore it and look for clues about what´s happening, but you will soon realize that you are experiencing a very weird phenomenon. Every 20 minutes the sun will explode in a supernova destroying the whole galaxy where you are, but every time that happens, the galaxy resets itself going back to the point where you started.
You could think that it would be pointless to explore the same things over and over in those 20 minutes but in Outer Wilds the information you gather doesn’t change on every playthrough. That means that you can make full use of the accumulated knowledge that you gain on every playthrough to progress through the game and find an answer to the mysteries of this galaxy, finding out the reasons behind the strange time loop you are trapped in and what happened to the ancient alien civilization of the Nomai that created the galaxy.
In Outer Wilds you will eventually visit different planets with a variety of ecosystems and booming with alien wildlife and exploring those open world scenarios searching for answers will be part of your adventure. You have different tools at your disposal to help you in your mission, like a Little Scout space probe with several functions that range from illuminating dark places to testing different hazards, a signal Scope to track down audio signal, and a Translator that will decipher Nomai writings.
One of the various planets in Outer Wilds
You will have to gather information, think fast and analyze what you have learned through the different playthroughs to decide the best course of action after the next supernova if you want to have a chance to put an end to this endless adventure. Keep in mind that in Outer Wilds you will have to monitor your oxygen and health levels because if any of those resources are depleted you will end appearing at the starting point earlier than you would have expected.
Outer Wilds will launch on May 30, 2019, on PC and Xbox One.
The light has shone for the first team who finished Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s Dark Hours.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s Dark Hours, the first eight-players raid for the game was launched on May 16th and right from the time it became available players around the globe had been engaged in a frenetic competition to finish the challenges and ultimately get the coveted record of being first in the raid leader boards.
It wasn’t much of struggle for the PC users as the first record was achieved just five hours after the launch. But the same could not be said for console users. For many hours after the launch, the leaderboards for PS4 and Xbox One remained empty. Many were accounting it to the limitations of the controllers and the 30 fps cap on consoles. Some were also thinking that the raid was too difficult but all that was proved false when the first PS4 team cleared the raid.
Dark Hours has been finally completed in consoles
Days after the launch of the raid a couple of teams appeared in the console leaderboard for PS4 and Xbox One. It took 36 hours for the first team to clear the raid and 20 hours for the second team. It definitely was an intense and grueling competition for both teams. As for Xbox One, a team cleared it in 17 hours.
Console finishers revealed that the key to completing The Division 2’ Dark Hours is just teamwork. It is cliche at best but it works at all times. Caraway, one of the players who cleared the PS4 first added that teams should not focus on scoring a headshot, rather, they need to put their attention on making RAW damage. Caraway’s team finished it in 36 hours with a 5-hour break and several interruptions due to server errors and blue screen crashes during the fight against the final boss called Razorback. They had to give it a try for two times before they finally wiped out all the enemies.
After that, the time frame for finishing the game has decreased dramatically. Long gone are the five hours time completion for PC users as others can now finish it in under 24 minutes. If that’s not impressive, then I don’t know what is. You can find thebest price for The Division 2 in our comparator and give it a try too. Let’s see how long does it take you to finish it.
Ubisoft has finally revealed the two new operators for Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Phantom Sight and other new features for the season
The operators for Operation Phantom Sight have been unveiled last week along with some information about them. As we explained previously, the first one is the Danish operator Nøkk. We already know that one of the many abilities of Nøkk is invisibility and using this, she can infiltrate the enemy’s lair successfully. She is an attacker version of Vigil with a wild weapon available that includes guns such as FMG-9 and SIX12-SD.
Nøkk can activate the HEL Presence Reduction device to cover her tracks and ultimately avoid the surveillance cameras. Her steps are untraceable and nothing short of a surprise. Once Nøkk wears her cloak, she becomes an unseen force that is able to put an end to anyone.
Another operator recently revealed is named Warden. He is a defender wearing a pair of Glance Smart glasses that allows him to see through the smoke. This gadget of his makes him impervious to flashbangs and all the other disorienting devices like Yung’s Candelas when he is staying still. His weapons of choice are M5901A and MPX. Warden is undoubtedly a stylish US Secret service agent able to keep defending even through the worst visibility conditions becoming a great asset for your team.
What else is new in Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Phantom Sight DLC?
The Kafe Dostoyevsky Moscow map has been reworked and it now features a redesigned first floor and new bomb sites on the second floor. The building now has a more modernized layout and texturing. Other updates aimed to improve the replayability and gameplay experience of the players will be introduced too.
Both Nokk and Warden will be available for Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 Pass owners when the new season starts but the rest of the players will have to wait for a week longer before they can play with them. Operation Phantom Sight DLC will be arriving tomorrow. Are you ready?
Codemasters has released the first official game trailer for F1 2019.
The official game of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship, F1 2019 will feature 18 returning classic cars, including the 2010 Red Bull RB6, the 1972 Lotus 72D, and the 1979 Ferrari 312 T4.
You can view the trailer below:
F1® 2019 | OFFICIAL GAME TRAILER 1 | RISE UP AGAINST YOUR RIVALS [US]
According to Lee Mather, F1 Game Director at Codemasters:
“Every year we make great strides so the game is as authentic and immersive as possible and we have surpassed expectations with the quality of the visuals in F1 2019. We also know from fan feedback the classic cars our community want to race and we hope the returning roster, alongside the new vehicles from the Legends and Anniversary editions, will give them the choices they crave.”
Invictus Games sets out to make an “impossible music game” with their new rhythm title Give It Up! Plus. Featuring more than a dozen beats, a downright brutal difficulty, and a bevvy of blobs, should you set out to find the beat?
Give It Up! Plus Review
A tale as old as games itself, the ultimate goal of Give It Up! Plus is to get to the end of each level. Your character hops along to the beat of the music, moving one square every beat of the song. Those wishing for him to go higher or farther can press a button, which will cause him to go higher and across two spaces.
Sounds simple, right? In execution, the reality is anything but. Players can choose the song they’d like to “perform” to in advance, but all tend to move a bit on the speedy side. It isn’t just a straight shot to the end either – certain stages have raised ledges, bottomless pits, and spikes a-plenty. Hit one of these hazards, and your normally cohesive self becomes a scattered version of himself or herself. Despite this, everything is easy enough to read – it all comes down to reflexes when all is said and done.
There are a few things that have been implemented to make things a little easier. By using coins earned from Daily Challenges or certain stages, players can pay to use certain checkpoints or arm themselves with a shield that blocks an attack. Those who are playing through Give It Up! 2 can also make use of spring spots that fling players to a easier or more difficult section of the level. Make no mistake though – even with all of these allowances, all but the most hardened player will lose on more than one occasion.
If there is one thing that Give It Up! Plus truly excels at, it is the sheer amount of content it has. Made up of Give It Up!, Give It Up! 2, and Daily Challenges, there are dozens of levels players can sink their teeth into. There is no huge difference between the original and its sequel – minor tweaks like stars and the aforementioned springs are in place, but the objective is the same for both, and coins carry over from one mode to the other. Players can also customize their blob with dozens of different variations. Daily Challenges come in Easy, Medium, and Hard varieties, and help to spice things up for those looking for just a taste of the game.
Ultimately, a rhythm game lives and dies by its soundtrack. The one powering Give It Up! Plus skews on the side of techno, but the peppy beats will get stuck in your head and will keep you going. The fact that players can choose the tunes they play to is a definite plus, so those who are less than enthused with some of the tracks can ignore them if they so choose.
Give It Up! Plus is brutal, unforgiving, and addictive. Levels start to blend together after a while, but those wrapped up in the beat will be too enthused to care.
This review of Give It Up! Plus was done on the PC. The game …
It´s already almost three years since Overwatch was launched and it’s still doing quite good. The first-person shooter from Blizzard has expanded quite a lot since it’s release, adding plenty of customization options, seasonal events, new characters to play, and more features that complete a great multiplayer PvP shooting experience. The game originally launched on May 24, 2016, but the events for the third anniversary are starting a bit earlier.
Overwatch anniversary event kicks off tomorrow and it comes with a free trial that will allow players to experience all that the game has to offer for a whole week. But trying the game for free is not the only thing you are getting. Each day during the celebration week a different seasonal event will be up for you to play on Arcade mode. Also, three new different legendary skins will be added to the game and many different cosmetic items that were no longer available will be brought back so players can get them from loot boxes. There will be new dance emotes for three of the characters that have been added in the recent months to the game, the cowgirl Ashe, the cybernetic vehicle piloted by a hamster Wrecking Ball, and your favorite combat medic Baptiste. As a bonus, anyone that logs into the game during the anniversary week is going to receive a free legendary loot box that contains a guaranteed legendary item.
As usual in these cases, any kind of progress that you may achieve during the free trial will be saved if you decide to buy the game once the free week has ended. You can access the free trial and download the game visiting Overwatch official page, and remember that if you want to buy Overwatch you should check our comparator to find the best prices for the game on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
CP represents the overall power of a Pokemon’s various stats. This guide explains How To Increase Pokemon CP In Pokemon Rumble Rush as there are many different techniques to increasing the power of your Pokemon so you can take down the next Super Boss and move on to a new area.
It is worth noting that higher CP does not always mean it’s a better Pokemon. For example, I have a CP 150 Poliwag and a CP 125 Poliwag. However, the lower CP Poliwag has a 3 star move whereas the higher Poliwag only has a 1 star move. Unless the CP difference is much bigger, it’s usually always better to focus on the Pokemon with the better move. 3 Stars are best, 1 stars are worst.
How To Increase Pokemon CP In Pokemon Rumble Rush
The first way of increasing a Pokemon’s CP is to catch higher CP Pokemon. When you catch a Pokemon you earn points towards that specific Pokemon. As you catch more and more of the same type of Pokemon, the CP level you encounter them will increase. This is a long method but if there’s a Pokemon you want to be as high as possible, catch as many of them as you can.
Next up, Gears. The first method is to use Move Gears. These increase a Pokemon’s CP by a very small amount but it works on all Pokemon. It can be a great help if you’re 10 CP short of a Super Boss but otherwise you will want to use more specific gears.
For example, I have a 132 CP Charmander with Return. A normal Move Gear, the one I have is level two, will increase Charmanders CP to 142. However, if I use an ability specific gear, I can increase that much further. If I use a level 1 Normal Move Plus gear, because Return is a normal type move, it will increase Charmanders CP by 30, a huge difference. The gears you place on your Pokemon need to match the Pokemon’s move type, not the Pokemon’s actual type.
That’s the best ways for How To Increase Pokemon CP In Pokemon Rumble Rush.
Ore is vital in Pokemon Rumble Rush as it allows you to upgrade your gears, make your Pokemon more powerful and access better summons. This guide will tell you How To Get More Ore In Pokemon Rumble Rush as not all of the levels you encounter will drop ore.
Ore is a special resource in the game that, once refined, unlocks various upgrades and improvements that can be added to your Pokemon. Once you find some Ore you must take it to the Refinery where Magnemite will turn it into valuable items. This is a length process that can be sped up but typically, it’s a few hours for the better ores.
How To Get More Ore In Pokemon Rumble Rush
When you find a new area in Adventure Mode, press it. This brings up the Battle screen. Here you will see the different kinds of Pokemon you can encounter on that particular mission. It’s also where you choose what Pokemon you will be taking into battle.
Near the Battle button is a small Ore icon. Click the Ore icon. This will tell you exactly whether or not you can get ore on that particular level and what different gears you can receive from those ores. That’s the best way to farm them at the moment, find a level with the gears you need and repeat it.