This week, academics have discovered several hidden chambers within one of the Great Pyramids– a large and inaccessible “void”. With Assassin’s Creed Origins just being released recently, a game set in ancient Egypt, that means that the game now has an inaccuracy with their depiction of pyramids, right?
Kotaku’s Stephen Totilo jokingly tweeted that Origins now have to be patched to accommodate the new discovery, but a few replies from the development team behind Origins explained that there’s no need for that- the hidden chambers are already in the game.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins have showed one post-launch content in the form of Discovery Tour- the educational mode with no combat. Now Ubisoft is telling us that there is more new content that will arrive after the game’s launch.
These extra content includes The Trial Of Gods where you can battle against Egyptian gods in boss battles as a limited time event and Horde mode where you battle endless wave of enemies in the Gladiator arena.
Aside from that, Photo Mode and a daily quest system called The Nomad’s Bazaar are also part of these free content, but will be ready for the game’s launch.
As for the Season Pass, Ubisoft is [...]
Want a vast open-world game with tons of exploration, four player co-op and the goal of taking down a drug cartel ring in the heart of South America?
Well good news, as Ubisoft is hosting a Ghost Recon: Wildlands free weekend to anyone wanting to try the main game for themselves before buying the game, along with the new Ghost War PvP mode which is the mainstay of the free weekend and releases today for all current owners of Wildlands!
The free weekend be available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One starting Thursday, October 12. (Oct 13 for our region) and PC owners can pre-load the game on Ubisoft’s client right now. Ubisoft is also offering a 50% discount on all versions [...]
Outside of the intense action, sneaking, and assassinating going on, the Assassin’s Creed series serves as a great way to explore history. The main series has gone through various open worlds, from the city of Jerusalem during the Crusades, Renaissance Italy, the early days of US colonisation, the golden age of piracy in the Caribbean, Paris during the French Revolution and Victorian London. Each game intertwines real-life historical events with the fictional Assassin-Templar conflict story.
So it’s natural that players would pick up an interest in real-life history, which are covered in schools, thanks to games like this.
Ubisoft is now committing to this [...]
Any plans this weekend? If you have a PC and haven’t checked out The Division yet, Ubisoft is holding a free weekend.
Of course, like most free weekend offers by Ubisoft, the game is also on sale- 60% off on the Ubisoft Store. Progression will be carried over once purchased.
The free weekend starts September 14 7PM CEST (September 15 1AM local time- GMT+8) and ends on September 17 10PM CEST (September 18 4AM local time).
Pre-load is available both on Steam (download demo) and on Uplay right now.
The Division had a lot of potential and hype, being an RPG with third-person shooter mechanics set in post-. Unfortunately the mechanics was just not robust [...]
Ubisoft Reflections has turned into one interesting development studio. They were built upon the history of the Driver franchise but as of late they have been making small, quirky titles like the action-platformer Grow Up and Grow Home. And now they just announced a new game and will be out next week.
ATOMEGA is an online multiplayer FPS, but it’s not about cool weapons or unique mobility options. Instead, it’s a growing mechanic. You start as small, one-block size beings called ATOM and throughout the match you can collect mass and evolve into bigger forms, which includes something like a velociraptor and the kaiju-like OMEGA. Being bigger means stronger attacks [...]