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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Will be a lot Longer Than Origins

Like most years in the past decade, 2018 will see the release of yet another Assassin’s Creed title. However, this year’s forthcoming entry has managed to reinvigorate interest in what could be described as a series too reliant on formula. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey first raised eyebrows with an impressive demonstration at E3 2018, showcasing a new choice-based dialogue system and gorgeous setting i...[Read More]

Rainbow Six Siege Free Weekend Announced for August 16th

Ubisoft will offer all maps, Operators and modes for free until August 20th. Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege is hosting another free weekend on August 16th, running all the way to August 20th. That means if you don’t own the game, you can download and try out all the maps, Operators and modes at no cost. The timing of the free weekend is important as the Rainbow Six Major championship will be taking p...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey New Combat Details: Defensive Options, Gear Screen, And More Revealed

Ubisoft have released a new video explaining the game’s combat. Assassin’s Creed Origins completely revamped the combat of the series, and this year’s Odyssey is going to build on that new foundation. While the system will remain the same as last year’s game at its core, its making several changes and enhancements to provide players more mobility, agility, and customization. Ubisoft have now relea...[Read More]

10 Mythical Creatures We Want to See in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

In Assassin’s Creed Origins, fans of the franchise got to explore Egyptian mythology through the eyes of Bayek, as he faced the likes of Anubis, Sobek, Sekhmet, Apep, and the undead via the Curse of the Pharaohs DLC. Now, Assassin’s Creed fans will get the chance to dig deep into Greek mythology, as they explore it through the eyes of either Alexios or Kassandra in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.  Set t...[Read More]

Child of Light and Valiant Hearts: The Great War are Coming to Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft brings its gorgeous experimental games to Nintendo’s hybrid. Ubisoft has announced that its gorgeous, experimental UbiArt projects, the beautiful RPG Child of Light, and the surprisingly introspective game on the excesses of war, Valiant Hearts: The Great War, are both going to be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Both of these games were built using the gorgeous UbiArt engine Ubisoft had des...[Read More]

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Grim Sky Revealed

Season 3 of Rainbow Six Siege has been an interesting one, almost experimental on some levels, as the competitive shooter added in a limited time PvE mode called Outbreak earlier this year. That was followed up with the addition of a pair of Italian operators, one who uses offensively minded cameras and the other that can utilize holograms to confuse and spot enemy players. In advance of the Rainb...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey- New Gameplay Shows off Ranged Combat

You can shoot. Through. Walls. The fact that Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is going full on action RPG is something we’ve known for plenty of time now, and while Origins was a proper revamping of the franchise’s combat systems, Odyssey is taking everything that much further- even the combat. And though the combat is very much going to be built on the foundations laid down by Odyssey in 2017, there’s go...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Video Discusses RPG Mechanics, Multiple Endings

Ubisoft’s development team talks about expanded choices, romances and deeper customization in the upcoming sequel. With the Assassin’s Creed series moving in more of an open world action RPG direction, Ubisoft is looking into implementing more choice and decisions to give players more freedom. Though last year’s Assassin’s Creed Origins featured a large world to explore, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey w...[Read More]

How A Rainbow Six Siege League Got Its Start In Canada

Rainbow Six Siege is a game that has experienced atypical growth in its now almost-three-year lifespan. Instead of launching with a huge amount of players that dwindled as time progressed, it started with humble numbers and has continued to grow ever since. 2018 has seen its highest ever concurrent player count, and things are showing no signs of slowing down. It’s clear that free-play days, tiere...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Theory Suggests Japan is Next Game’s Setting

As many Assassin’s Creed fans are well aware, the next installment in the long-running stealth-centric action-adventure franchise will send players to Greece in the sequel subtitled Odyssey, but that hasn’t stopped some from speculating as to where Ubisoft will take the series after that. As it so happens, one fan has actually managed to generate a rather plausible theory that AC Odyssey could eve...[Read More]

Mario Tennis Aces Tops Software Charts in the US in June

Mario Tennis: Aces serves up a top place finish with only a week on the market. With only a week of software sales tracked (owing to its June 22 release date), Mario Tennis Aces, the new tennis game starring Nintendo’s moustachioed platformer that was billed as a comeback for the beleaguered, once beloved series, managed to top software charts entirely, outperforming new multiplatform AAA game rel...[Read More]

The Division Assault Global Event is Live Again

Without a doubt, Tom Clancy’s The Division fans are incredibly excited about the direct followup to the third-person shooter coming out next year, as the sequel has already managed to set a beta registrations record for Ubisoft. Of course, while fans wait patiently for the second entry’s upcoming pre-release test, the publisher and developer plans to continue supporting the original title in the f...[Read More]

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