Friday, 20 October 2017
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Titanfall 2 Dev Partnering With Oculus For “Super Secret” VR Game

Added: 12.10.2017 6:51 | 1 views | 0 comments

Realistic first person war game expected to arrive sometime in 2019.

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Respawn are working with Oculus on a VR war game

Added: 11.10.2017 21:16 | 1 views | 0 comments


Respawn Entertainment announced today that they’re partnering with Oculus on a major new VR game coming in 2019. The as-yet-untitled game will be war-themed, and promises to put players into the virtual battlefields in way they’ve never experienced before. That’s the tone of the video, anyway, which features Vince Zampella unironically using the word “visceral.”
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This all comes as a part of the Oculus Connect conference, which streamed out earlier today. There’s little detail beyond this, but a new Respawn game is reason enough to be interested, especially after the quality of Titanfall 2.

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PC gamers hope for improvements after hackers and performance issues mar the Call of Duty: WW2 beta

Added: 09.10.2017 12:00 | 1 views | 0 comments


It rings out from the rooftops, across vast swaths of the Net - Call of Duty is in trouble. Yes, after rocketing past the drone-choked skies of its "near-future" into the same bleak vacuum of military-fetishist sci-fi occupied by its rival, Titanfall 2, COD finds itself desperately jamming on the eject button as it falls back down to Earth.
Set upon by the encroaching tide of so-called "hero shooters" brimming with colour and vibrancy, steward Sledgehammer Games has retreated to the closest thing the megaseries ever had to a coherent identity - the beaches of Normandy, set in sepia like an insect in amber, where soldiers were soldiers, Nazis were Nazis and those heavy boots stayed planted firmly in the sand.
But even as the ludicrously-named Call of Duty: WW2 creeps ever-closer to its 3rd November release date, if the bumpy reception of last week's open beta is anything to go by, Sledgehammer still has a ways to go - even as the studio head recently announced the end of creative work on the project.

From: www.eurogamer.net

PC gamers hope for improvements after hackers and performance issues mar the Call of Duty: WW2 beta

Added: 09.10.2017 12:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


It rings out from the rooftops, across vast swaths of the Net - Call of Duty is in trouble. Yes, after rocketing past the drone-choked skies of its "near-future" into the same bleak vacuum of military-fetishist sci-fi occupied by its rival, Titanfall 2, COD finds itself desperately jamming on the eject button as it falls back down to Earth.
Set upon by the encroaching tide of so-called "hero shooters" brimming with colour and vibrancy, steward Sledgehammer Games has retreated to the closest thing the megaseries ever had to a coherent identity - the beaches of Normandy, set in sepia like an insect in amber, where soldiers were soldiers, Nazis were Nazis and those heavy boots stayed planted firmly in the sand.
But even as the ludicrously-named Call of Duty: WW2 creeps ever-closer to its 3rd November release date, if the bumpy reception of last week's open beta is anything to go by, Sledgehammer still has a ways to go - even as the studio head recently announced the end of creative work on the project.

From: www.eurogamer.net

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