EA and Visceral Games announced today that the multiplayer open beta for Battlefield Hardline will be available to players worldwide between February 3 and February 8 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC via Origin.†
Developed by Visceral Games, Battlefield Hardline is a fresh new take on Battlefield, built on strategy, speed and story in single player and multiplayer, delivering a complete first person shooter experience. In the multiplayer open beta youíll hunt criminals, raid vaults, and save hostages in new cop and criminal inspired modes.
Three Different Maps and Modes
The open beta will let you try out three different multiplayer maps and modes. First off, Hotwire mode brings high-speed chases to the Battlefield, as the criminals attempt to steal a list of marked cars while the cops try to repossess them. Available on two maps in the beta, Downtown and Dust Bowl, success in Hotwire will require excellent teamwork and precision driving.
The desert town of Dust Bowl known for its drug trafficking problems will also be playable on Conquest, the fan favorite Battlefield mode, which takes the battle up to 64 players. Finally, there's the Bank Job map where you'll get to try out Heist mode. The criminals are trying to break into a bank vault, but the cops are doing their best to stop them. Which side of the law will you ride with?
Introducing Hacker Mode
On top of all this, one player on each side can help out their team through Hacker mode. Similar to Commander in Battlefield 4, Hacker mode takes surveillance to the next level as the Hackers can take control over security cameras, spot enemies and specify areas on the Battlefield for their team to attack or defend. Hacker mode will be playable on all modes in the beta.
Exclusive Battlefield 4 Dog Tag
Battlefield 4 players hitting the Hardline beta will receive an extra perk for joining the chaotic urban warfare: the Hardline Dog Tag. If you have a Battlefield 4 account and try out the Battlefield Hardline beta the dog tag will be unlocked in the next patch for Battlefield 4 for you to proudly wear in-game. Watch your back - a lot of foes will want to grab this...
Battlefield Hardline will be available on March 17 in North America and March 20 in Europe and Australasia.. Players can pre-order Battlefield Hardline now by visiting the official Battlefield website.
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Capcom's third person action adventure title "Remember Me" is available today in North America and will be available on June 7 for European territories. The title is also be available to download digitally via the PlayStation Network Store and Steam, with a Games on Demand version for Xbox 360 to follow.
Developed by Paris based DONTNOD Entertainment, Remember Me has garnered real attention since its announcement at last yearís Gamescom, receiving praise for its visual style, combat system, innovative memory gameplay mechanic and the underlying theme of loss of personal identity.
"Remember Me" transports gamers to 2084 and the city of Neo-Paris where, thanks to a device known as the Sensen, its citizens can now digitize their memories and then not just share but trade or sell them. These citizens are blissfully ignorant to the way that their memories are being used by the company behind the Sensen technology, Memorize, and how their overuse of technology is eroding their identity. It is only the Errorists, led by Edge, who see the threat and, with the help of the gameís protagonist, Nilin, set about to bring the corporation down.
Check out the official launch trailer and learn more about the game after the break.
Former elite memory hunter Nilin has the ability to break into peopleís minds and steal or even remix their memories. The authorities, fearful of her knowledge and capabilities arrest her and erase her memory. After her escape from prison, Nilin sets out on a mission to recover her identity, a search that sees her turn from hunter to hunted. On Nilinís journey through Neo-Paris, players will experience a diverse mix of combat, boss fights and platforming alongside exploration, puzzles and the unique memory remix sections.
Ubisoft today announced that Watch_Dogs, the highly anticipated open-world action adventure game developed by Ubisoft Montreal, will be available in the UK on November 22, 2013 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, WiiU and Windows PC, as well as at the launch of PlayStation 4. The game is also planned for other next generation consoles.
Players will be able to choose from a selection of four different editions, offering a variety of digital and physical content allowing for a deeper immersion in the Watch_Dogs universe: the Dedsec Edition; the Vigilante Edition; the Uplay Exclusive Edition and the Special Edition.
In Watch Dogs, you play as Aiden Pearce, a brilliant hacker but also a former thug, whose criminal past lead to a violent family tragedy. Now on the hunt for those who hurt your family, you'll be able to monitor and hack all who surround you while manipulating the city's systems to stop traffic lights, detonate gas lines, turn off the electrical grid and more. Use the city of Chicago as your ultimate weapon and exact your own style of revenge.
Capcom announced today that Remember Me, a third-person action game set in Neo Paris, 2084, will be launching on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in North America on June 4, 2013 and in Europe on June 7.
Capcom unveiled Remember Me, a brand new game from Paris studio Dontnod Entertainment, at Capcom's Gamescom press conference last year.
"Remember Me" takes players to the futuristic city of Neo-Paris in the year 2084 where they take on the role of Nilin, a former elite memory hunter with the ability to break into people's minds and steal or even alter their memories. Arrested, and with her memory wiped clean Nilin must now set out on a mission to rediscover her identity.
Check out the official Release Date Announcement Trailer just after the break and then head on over to the 360-HQ Xbox 360 Games database for the latest screenshots. Click here to add "Remember Me" to your wishlist!
Capcom announced that Remember Me, a third-person action game set in Neo Paris, 2084, will be launching on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC during May 2013.
Capcom unveiled Remember Me, a brand new game from Paris studio Dontnod Entertainment, at Capcom's Gamescom press conference on Tuesday.
Take on the role of Nilin, a former elite memory hunter with the ability to break into people's minds and steal or even alter their memories. Arrested, and with her memory wiped clean Nilin must now set out on a mission to rediscover her identity.
Check out the official Gamescom Announcement Trailer just below and head on over to the 360-HQ Xbox 360 Games database for the latest screenshots. Click here to add "Remember Me" to your wishlist!
According to a recent article by Kotaku, Ubisoft's yet-to-be named Rainbow Six game, that was not mentioned at this years E3, is still very much in the works. The leaked images allegedly give us the first glimpse of the new Rainbow6.
"Rainbow Six" will be a far more story-driven game that previous iterations of the Tom Clancy branded title with gamers tasked with stopping a homegrown terrorist group operating in America. The group, fed up with the greed of Wall Street and the government that acts to protect them, decided to target New York City.
At the heart of the game is a branching morality system that changes the outcome of key moments in the game based on the in-the-moment decisions the player makes. Early development currently has the outcome of these decisions shape the path you take toward the game's ending, with many of the levels having multiple endings. These decisions, we're told, can drastically change the story. In practice, that means that it will be impossible to play every level in the game on a single play-through. Instead, gamers will be rewarded with new experiences based on the changing decisions they make in subsequent plays of the game.
In action the decisions a player is forced to make seem like they can be emotional, powerful moments in the game. In one example seen first hand by Kotaku, for instance, the terrorists break into a home and kidnap a stranger. You take on the roll of that stranger, forced to hold a trigger button to prevent a vest loaded with explosives from blowing up. Later, on a heavily-populated bridge in New York City, the perspective shifts, having you control the Rainbow 6 team there to take down the terrorists and take out the hapless, walking bomb.