For Honor seems to be making a graceful jump o single-player whole retaining the same amount of duelling tension we fell in love with last year
The world has been fractured, nations have been disrupted and the world has got a lot smaller as the warlord Apolleon has created a doomsday scenario in For Honor.
Tired of only seeing multiplayer footage of DOOM? A full hour of single-player action should satisfy your appitite before launch.
Quantum Break is a fine example of single-player action done right. But could Remedy Entertainment ever make a multiplayer game? The answer to that, is maybe.
Highly competitive action, various heroes to choose from and plenty of that Borderlands DNA thrown into it. But Battleborn is still a game that CEO Randy Pitchford has described as a “big bet”.
Prepare your pre-order DLC attack pants, because Ubisoft’s next big budget game is going heavy on the online play.
Worried that DOOM will be shorter than your hopes and dreams? Fret not, because it apparently has a sizeable single-player campaign.
Titanfall 2 is taking criticism to heart, with a fully fledged campaign being added t the billing for the imcomming sequel.
You won’t have to worry about getting your head lopped off by a mouthy tween in Ubisoft’s upcoming For Honor game. You’ll be able to see your head roll in an offline mode just fine.
Star Citizen still sounds impossibly ambitious to me. I’ll happily eat my hat if I’m proven wrong, but that might still be a while. Fresh out of the Game Awards 2015 comes a new look at the gameplay of Star Citizen. Style! Special effects! First-person shooting mechanics! Check it out below.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void isn’t just about new multiplayer. It’s the ending to a five year trilogy that Blizzard has been setting up, and the Protoss are finally ready to fight back.
This year, Call of Duty’s story-mode focuses on a more co-operative sense of play, with support for up to four players to tackle the narrative and pew-pew away. Thing is, that support doesn’t extend to the last-gen Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game, as they can’t handle the single-player requirements