Need for Speed will deliver an experience that’s grounded in authentic car culture by diving into the rich world of past, present and emergent trends of the urban car scene. Will you play it?
The Assassin’s Creed Syndicate story throws you into the dawn of the modern era during the Industrial Revolution. You play Jacob Frye, a gangster assassin fighting for justice on behalf of London’s enslaved working class. Watch as Jacob rallies his gang to break the corrupt stranglehold on London and bring the working class a brighter future.
In this multiplayer first person survival game, you awake freezing and starving on a mysterious island. Hunt, harvest, craft items, grow crops, and build shelters to survive. Use cunning and resources to kill or tame and ride the Dinosaurs and primeval creatures roaming the land, and team up with hundreds of other players to survive, dominate… and escape!
Crowd-funded racing game Project CARS is finally almost ready for release, and from the looks of the new launch trailer it is going to be well worth the wait. Four years of development, testing and approval from both gamers and real life racing professionals has culminated in the most realistic and technically-advanced racing game ever.
The Void wants to be the theme park of the 21st century. Using a blend of virtual reality technologies, motion simulators, and real-world environmental effects, The Void promises a departure from the passive theme park experience, where you’ll fight dragons, explore dark dungeons, fly planes, and so much more. It’s all about creating immersive, unforgettable experiences in a safe, fun space.
In celebration of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood’s release today, Bethesda Softworks has posted a launch trailer for the expansion to MachineGames’ Nazi-filled first-person shooter. The two-part adventure is available now as a $20 USD (or £15) digital download, and a physical release is coming later this month to retailers in Australia.
If you thought that the Friday the 13th movies’ legendary Jason Voorhees would make for a great Mortal Kombat fighter… well, you’re right. NetherRealm has released a trailer showing how Jason will play when he arrives in Mortal Kombat X on May 5th, and he’s every bit as ruthless as you’d expect for a mass murderer who’s been killed many times over. You may not be sure whether you should wince or laugh — without spoiling things, it’s safe to say that Jason is especially good at carving his foes into pieces.
DiRT Rally is a game about realistic rally driving, and nothing else. There’s no glamor, no in-your-face EDM or punk music, no showcase events, no Ken Block or Gymkhanas. DiRT Rally puts you in a car with a copilot, and throws you down point to point tracks against the clock. It’s rallying at its most basic, and it’s great. It’s an Early Access Game on Steam. This means it’s playable but unfinished, so there’s plenty of time for developer Codemasters to add to the game, but DiRT Rally is already excellent.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is a dark, gritty future where a new breed of Black Ops soldier emerges and the lines are blurred between our own humanity and the cutting-edge military robotics that define the future of combat. Call of Duty: Black Ops III launches on Friday, November 6 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Today’s Mad Max gameplay overview trailer reveals the Thunderdome, the caged gladiator arena from 1985’s Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome. Does this mean we can anticipate deadly cage fights as much as ruthless desert warfare? The appearance of the Thunderdome isn’t the only thing we learn from the new Mad Max trailer, obviously. We also see plenty of driving, crafting, fighting, and… dog food eating. Let us know what you’re most looking forward to in the Mad Max game in the comments now!
The video paints a bleak future where humanity has become too reliant on advanced technology and prosthetics that, before, were hailed as marvels of humankind’s progress. Advanced prosthetics had put an end to disabilities. Professional athletes augmented their bodies and reached levels of speed and strength normal humans could never achieve.
At this year’s GDC, Crytek demonstrated new features of the updated CryEngine. One of their demos was Back To Dinosaur Island, a VR demo designed for use with the Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype. The demo was playable on the show floor during GDC, but on the off chance that you weren’t there or couldn’t strap a VR helmet to your face, this video might be of interest. It’s a direct feed of the demo in action, and it’s f**ken awesome.
This technology takes the virtual world of gaming to the ultimate emersion, letting you walk and run inside the game! These awesome platforms are available for preorder here!
If you’re a Star Wars fan, this game trailer will make you as stiff as a lightsaber. Rebel forces firing blasters, imperial speeder bikes zipping by and intense dogfights between squadrons of X-wings and TIE fighters filling the skies. Immerse yourself in the epic Star Wars battles you’ve always dreamed of.