These days it doesn’t take long for the internet sleuths to pick apart a game for all its hidden secrets, and ‘Deathloop’ the latest (and arguably greatest) game from Arkane Studios and Bethesda has been received incredibly well, with people digging into everything it has to offer. But apparently, there’s one major secret left to uncover, and that’s coming from someone who worked on the level designs.
The company behind the incredibly successful ‘Borderlands’ series is having a good time of it, it seems. There’s been a little bit of a shake up, and there’s a new president of the software side of things, though the co-founder of the company, Randy Pitchford is going nowhere, having sort of been promoted. It’s all a bit confusing.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the series, Ubisoft has announced a brand new game and made the original Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon game free to keep, as well as some DLC for the more modern day sequels.
It was one of the quieter releases this year in a very busy calendar, but ‘FIST: Forged in Shadow Torch’ hit PlayStation platforms in September. And while it may not be the most catchy name you’ve ever heard, it did well with the critics, sitting on an 80 metascore, and now, with very little fanfare, it’s been released on PC, via Steam as well, with some added extras.
For those who played and enjoyed the beta of ‘Back 4 Blood’, the wait for the full game to come out has felt like an age, but not only is it due pretty imminently, it’s coming to Game Pass for PC and Xbox on the same day it is released, and is leading the charge for October’s decent list of Game Pass additions.
After delaying the game by a month, EA and DICE are delivering some good news, and it’s directly aimed at those people who haven’t been able to secure or afford a new-generation console yet. The developer doesn’t want to leave anyone behind, so everyone is getting dual entitlement.
The free to play game that took the world by storm on PlayStation, PC, and mobile devices is getting even bigger this month, as update 2.2 is hitting ‘Genshin Impact’ to bring a new character, new area, and plenty of other content.
Ubisoft is continuing to add to and support it’s massively successful ‘Assassin Creed Valhalla’ title, and a new update is hitting today that will affect all versions of the game as the developer gets ready to launch the Viking Age Discovery Tour that is due to be released on October 19th.