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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege will launch on October 13th, 2015 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. There are also two special editions you can learn more about here.
“Introducing Assassin’s Creed Syndicate gameplay, the newest game in the Assassin’s Creed saga. Join gangster assassin Jacob Frye as he races through the streets of London in the midst of the Industrial Revolution to take down rival street gangs and bring justice to a city choked by corruption and greed.”
Ubisoft has just unveiled Assassin’s Creed Syndicate for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Check out the full world premiere below.
The next major Assassin’s Creed game, rumored to be called “Victory” leaked by Kotaku, will be revealed on May 12th, 2015 at 5 PM UK time. The game should take place in Victorian London. Check out the teaser trailer below.
“Evan gives his impressions so far on Rainbow Six Siege after spending an afternoon playing it at Ubisoft Montreal. For more, check out the next cover story of PC Gamer magazine.”
MatPat takes you on an actual tour of what its like to be part of a special ops force….like in Rainbow Six Siege.
Source: The Game Theorists
“Rainbow Six Siege is an exciting, new approach to the first-person shooter experience that puts tactical combat and masterful destruction at the center of the action. Lead your team of unique, counter-terrorist Rainbow operators through tense and thrilling combat scenarios, and achieve victory through smart preparation and strategic improvisation.”
Unseen64’s Liam Robertson has given a few new details on the cancelled ZombiU 2. The big thing is the title would have included co-op. Get a list of other facts below.
Your helicopter has crashed on an unforgiving Himalayan ridge. Explore the frozen landscape and capture, upgrade, and protect your camp from a mysterious cult. You are not alone, but will you survive? In the darkest caves, The Awakened Ones stalk their prey…
Ubisoft has a weekly program called the Ubisoft Responde, where viewers can ask a rep questions and they will respond. Well this week’s show was interesting. A viewer asks why Ubisoft charges for DLC and expansions, why aren’t their games complete at launch. Here is what Ubisoft reponded with…past the link.
Users on Reddit and Ubisoft’s support forum are reporting that their digital copies of Far Cry 4 are being deleted by their uPlay accounts. These digital copies were purchased through eBay Stores, G2Play and G2A. Ubisoft has stated that users who are affected by this should contacts the sellers of this game, as the license removal is not Ubisoft’s fault. Ubisoft has removed third-party Steam keys in the past. Via: VGChartz
The PE Network gives their worst publisher of the year award…. and I think it’s pretty obvious who won it.
Source: PE Nintendo
Many outlets didn’t even bother to review Watch Dogs on Wii U. But we have about 13 scores to go over on Metacritic, see all of them below.
It seems like Ubisoft is having problems with quality control for their games. IGN has uploaded a new video showing off problems that Ubisoft published Tetris Ultimate is having on PS4. Sloppy framerate, glitches, slowdown and more are plaguing the title. It looks like this issue is only with the PS4 version, as the 3DS and Xbox One are running just fine.
Ubisoft has delayed today’s Assassin’s Creed Unity’s patch 4 that was supposed to improve stability and performance. The firm updated their blog posting saying they need a bit more time to make the changes they promised. You can get their full statement on the delay below.
Despite Assassin’s Creed Unity just launching last month, the game has already been discounted to $29.99 on Amazon. The Xbox One version is going for $47.99. It seems like launching your game with a host of bugs and performance problems really zaps the value right out of your game. New Super Mario Bros. U launched 2 years ago on Wii U and still costs $58.95 on Amazon. Grab your copy of Assassin’s Creed Unity here if you want it.
Some gaming outlets have went live with their review of The Crew, get the early batch of scores below.