Lets face it, like the FPS before it, battle royales are the hottest genre in gaming at the moment, with high profile studios scrambling to release their own versions. Several of these being some of the most popular games on the market, and often the most watched online. Even though this genre may be brand new to many, it is a genre that has been around a quite a few years now, and some of these games are still played today!
So let’s discuss our picks for the top 5 best BR games in 2021 and why.
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It seems there are issues behind the scenes at DICE and their work on Battlefield 2042, specifically on PS5, as the scheduled technical test has been cancelled due to a critical issue they have identified with the build. DICE’s lead community manager, Adam Freeman, confirmed the issues and cancellation on Friday, also telling fans that the invites are still going out as planned for Xbox players who registered for EA Playtesting.
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PS4 owners will have to play highly anticipated run-and-gun platformer Cuphead at a friend’s house, as the developers confirmed on a NeoGaf forum that it’s exclusive to PC and Xbox One. Continue reading Cuphead developers confirm it will not release on PS4
E3 is the gamer version of Super Bowl commercials, except better, because the products are what the audience actually wants to see. It’s a time for reveals and surprises, like a summer Xmas, but developers have recently gotten a little too excited when it comes to revealing games still in the early stages of production. There are two ways Publishers can approach E3: Take Path A and show what they’re planning, or take Path B and show what they’re releasing. Continue reading Examining E3 2017 conferences based on release dates for every game shown
Grand Theft Auto V has had startling longevity, owing to its complex online and detailed open world that provides gamers with an almost unfathomable amount of stuff to do. Even outside of its lauded story, I still play Grand Theft Auto V for things like its tennis, golf, and the peyote animal trips. Continue reading Grand Theft Auto V’s Steam reviews are ‘Overwhelmingly Negative’ as OpenIV is closed
Ubisoft had a fair spread at E3 this year. It wasn’t quite the maelstrom of new games Xbox pulled out of the bag alongside their new console, nor was it the relative disappointment of Bethesdaland. Without any further ado, let’s go through the titles they discussed.
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Following its official reveal at the Xbox Briefing yesterday, Assassin’s Creed: Origins has now been given a cinematic trailer by Ubisoft showing off the various stunning landscapes of Ancient Egypt. It even includes camels. Continue reading E3 2017: Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Join us here for a live feed of all the major announcements and games showcased at Xbox’s press conference for E3! You can have a look at the liveblog for last night’s EA conference here. Additionally, later tonight, after the conference finishes, we’ll be wrapping up a first impressions piece on everything Xbox showcase. Continue reading Liveblog: Xbox at E3 2017
Capcom revealed today that owners of a PS4, Xbox One, or PC would be able to enjoy 4 of Mega Man’s adventures in the Mega Man Legacy Collection 2. The collection is a follow up to the first Mega Man Legacy Collection, which included many of the Blue Bomber’s early games. This installment, however, focuses on later entries into the Mega Man series. Continue reading Capcom announces Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
Happy birthday to the game that made soccer appeal to more Americans than FIFA. In celebration of Rocket League’s two-year anniversary, the developers at Psyonix have announced a free update for its birthday on July 5th. The update will add an arena, two new cars, customization options, achievements and trophies, and plenty more. Continue reading Rocket League’s second anniversary update