“We are proud to announce that the newest Army Rage patch is already online. The game has entered its final Open Beta stages with this big step” – publisher Yacuba Games’ CEO Delzar Khalaf shared.
“Our team has already received positive response from the players about the new changes and we’d like to let them know that we’re already working on surprising them with even more exciting updates in the nearest future.”
“We also invite new players to check out the game and enjoy all the interesting things we’ve added recently. Yacuba team thanks all our players for their suggestions and support – you help us bring the game closer to its official release.”
Below you can find the list of changes in the newest 272 version of Army Rage:
•Jeeps – we have added 2 types of Jeeps with incredible drift logic! Just join a Blitz mode game in the Phillippeville map and conquer the battlefield with these light and fast vehicles.
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The Resistance has ended; not with a bang, but with a whimper.
It seems the rather inglorious final chapter has been written for Insomniac’s FPS series following a double whammy of announcements; Insomniac giving up the reins back in January and Sony announcing that there are “No definitive plans” to continue the legacy a few days ago. So why did this series get born, live and die so quickly? I believe the answers lie not just within the contents of the discs, but in the state of the industry as a whole.
But that’s getting ahead of ourselves, let’s start right at the beginning.
The first Resistance was a roaring success. Being one of two shooters in the PS3’s launch line up (and the only original one) alongside some carefully planned Manchester-based controversy ensured that when the console landed on shelves, very few buyers were unaware of Resistance. It didn’t hurt that it was actually a good game either, creating originality by providing shooter fans the usual mainstays of assault rifles and shotguns but with unconventional armaments thrown in, like the wall-penetrating auger and the beam-firing Arc charger. Resistance shifted a sweet 4.06 million units alongside a very favourable 8.2 user score on metacritic.
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The free-to-play WWII shooter Army Rage is challenging everyone to take part in the Summer Challenge tournament this Friday on the brand new map – Brest Fortress.
The event will recreate the legendary WWII Brest Fortress defense which took place from 22nd to 29th June, 1941. This was one of the first battles during the WWII Operation Barbarossa when the Brest Fortress was defended by the Red Army against the Wehrmacht. The sudden battle lasted longer than expected and became a symbol of Soviet resistance during the WWII.
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Hi-Rez Studios, independent developer of AAA free-to-play online games, announced a significant update coming to Tribes: Ascend this week.
The June update, titled Accelerate, will dramatically speed up the process by which players unlock weapon upgrades and earn new items.
In a video to the community Hi-Rez Studios describes the new weapon upgrade system, and reveals that the update will also include twenty-seven new weapon variants, 2 new Capture and Hold maps, and significant balance adjustments.
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The newest Army Rage patch is already online, publisher Yacuba Games announces.
The free to play shooter based on the WWII theme also presents some future changes that will be implemented in the game in the following weeks.
What will players find in the new 257 version:
Lobby avatar animation – all soldiers now look like real and they’re waiting for you to pick,
buy and equip the best new weapons for them:
Ubisoft have just released a kick ass European launch trailer for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
Releasing tomorrow in the UK, Tom Clancy™’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier™ sees you join an elite team of highly trained, cut-throat special-ops soldiers. Armed to the teeth with unrivalled combat technology and cutting-edge military hardware, Ghost Recon takes you to the globe’s most deadly warzones to hunt down the highest value targets.
Check out the trailer below.
Tribes Ascend is a skill-based shooter and a true breath of fresh air in an industry saturated with military shooters aimed only at maximizing yearly profits (*cough* Call of Duty). Thank christ there are exceptions! I mean, where else can you find a game with graphics that rivals that of Crysis 2, let alone a free game?
Say hello to Hi-Rez Studios (makers of Global Agenda and Smite), bringing forth with them a free-to-play MMOFPS that holds its own against the best of the AAA set.
If you’re not a mouse and keyboard vet like me, or just suck at FPS games in general, it will be almost impossible to get a decent score in your first few attempts at Tribes Ascend – until you learn and master the skills anyway. That’s probably the biggest drawback to this game; noobs beware… It’s not friendly. In the first few hours of playing, I found myself constantly getting my ass handed to me.
For the last few years, deciding to buy a console shooter has yielded just one burning question – CoD or Battlefield (or Halo if you’re red ring o’death inclined). Meanwhile, Tom Clancy’s series of shooters appear to have been skulking in the shadows, hanging upside down from the ceiling, waiting for the opportune moment to pounce.
Tom Clancy Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (GRFS) may well have a long unwieldy name, but nothing about the gameplay is cumbersome or awkward. In fact, it’s pretty damn good.
When coordinated over headsets, team modes in CoD and Battlefield can result in some wonderfully crafted moves, leading to spectacular victories – but more often than not, half the team plays like a team, while the other half attempt to be Rambo and single-handedly get the win themselves. If this happens in GRFS, Rambo will always die.
EA has detailed a Crysis 3 special edition.
Dubbed the Crysis 3 Hunter Edition and available to pre-order now for $59.99, it grants players “the tools to become the ultimate hunter in multiplayer” with early access to the game’s new signature bow weapon and its attachments, plus the Hunter Nanosuit module which adds additional power and functionality to the super-suit.
CCP Games today announced that DUST 514, its fiercely innovative massively multiplayer online first-person shooter (MMOFPS) will be free-to-play on the PS3.
DUST 514 is the first console game of its kind, set in the massive shared, persistent EVE Universe.
Players will be able to download the game for free via PSN and jump directly into the most enthralling and sophisticated virtual world ever created.
The first global hands-on demonstration of DUST 514 will take place at CCP’s EVE Fanfest March 22-24 in Reykjavik, Iceland.