Right now, players were meant to experience an Extreme Home Makeover with shotguns, as Ubisoft’s upcoming home invasion shooter Rainbow Six: Siege was supposed to go live with an open beta test. And a week before launch, mind you. What could possibly go wrong? Lots apparently, as the buggered servers are currently denying access to players like a grouchy cat on your laptop.
In a game such as Fallout 4, bugs are inevitable. Naturally, some patches will be needed to fix the game up to scratch. And thankfully, PC gamers will be able to beta-test that patch for console players.
The current Overwatch beta isn’t exactly an open one, with admittance being stricter than entry into your local Freemason lodge . That’s going to change this weekend however, as Blizzard will be throwing more players at the game. And you won’t even have to do a silly handshake to get in.
Racing game fans have been spoilt for choice this year. Project CARS and Forza Motorsport 6 were headline games, while Gran Turismo was more silent than ever. Well it looks like the iconic Sony franchise is done hiding, as the next chapter in that racing series was revealed at the Paris Games Week Sony press conference.
About two weeks ago, Blizzard announced that their first ever shooter, Overwatch, would be entering its closed beta period. Problem is, part of the announcement stated that when the closed beta launched on October the 27th, it would only be available in the Americas region. That's no longer the case...
Beta round two For Street Fighter V (BRO), seems to be faring better. It’s testing cross-play between PlayStation 4 and PC, as well as introducing some new characters. So how do they handle then? Let’s break ‘em down quick.