In practice, writing a “review” of a beta is not the wisest thing to do. With that said, try not to think of this as a “review” of the Destiny beta but merely my thoughts on it as a Guardian within The Last City. For those that are unsure what Destiny is, it is Bungie’s sort of shooter/MMO hybrid with the setting of various different planets in our solar system. Yes, you can actually go to the moon.
Irrational Games has released a new trailer showing off some footage from the second part of the Burial at Sea DLC for last years Bioshock Infinite.
Burial at Sea: Episode Two will place the player in the role of Elizabeth as you continue to unravel the mysteries that Rapture holds. Episode Two will be included in the season pass for free, or available as a standalone piece of DLC. At this time we do not have a release date or price for it individually.
As of yesterday you can now pick up the Blackbeard’s Wrath multiplayer DLC for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. This pack adds three new characters for you to choose from in the multiplayer portion of the game.
The first character up shares the name of “The Jaguar”.
Cuali (a name which means “good” in Nahuatl) is an Aztec warrior from Mexico, who took to the sea, joining any mission that would allow him to combat the Spanish conquest of central America. A fighter, he survived the destruction of his community and went on to join forces with a growing contingency of native Templars who sought renewed peace and order.
Since Halloween, Gearbox Software and 2K Games have been releasing holiday themed “Headhunter” packs. The next Headhunter pack will tell the story of How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day and will release on December 17th. It will be available via Steam for PC and Mac, the Xbox LIVE Marketplace on the Xbox 360, and the PlayStation Network for PS3. The price is estimated to be $2.99 / £2.39 / 2,99 €.
As a train full of weapons from Marcus goes missing, he asks our lovely Vault Hunters if they will help him retrieve them. Visit the village of Gingerton where the weather isn’t the most frightful, but the snowmen will want to murder you. Once you have taken down the Abominable Mister Tinder Snowflake claim your prize by unlocking the new skin and head customizations for each of the six Vault Hunters.
After many months of what has been called “the darkness”, Bungie has been letting the information on their new IP Destiny trickle out to fans at a slow rate. The last large amount of information we knew about was the announcement of a beta that will be arriving in 2014; today we received a definitive date as to when we get our hands on this new title.
September 9th, 2014 the world will finally get its hands on the first installment of this new journey. Also unveiled is that the beta will arrive in the Summer of 2014 instead of the Spring of next year as earlier reported. The PlayStation 3 and 4 will still receive access to the beta earlier than the Xbox One and 360. At this point it is still unknown how early it will be available and when it will launch on the Xbox systems.
Word is floating around that the Freedom Cry DLC for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will land on December 17th. At this point it is unknown if any system will receive Freedom Cry first. It will release on PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Freedom Cry lets you take on the role of the Jackdaw’s quartermaster, Adewale as he continues his mission to bring freedom to the slaves of the 17th century Caribbean. As of now, no price is known but it is included for free as part of the season pass for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
In celebration of the PlayStation 4 being released on Friday, Bungie announced to their fans that the beta for their upcoming project Destiny will be releasing on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 first. The beta is expected to start some time in early 2014, with the games launch rumored to be in the Spring of 2014 as well.
In order to gain a spot in the beta, just simply pre-order the game from your preferred retailer. You can locate that information on this page. Also as part of this announcement, we received a little trailer featuring footage in-engine on a PlayStation 4.
Let us know what you think about the beta arriving on the PS3 / PS4 first in the comments section!
After waiting patiently as to when the highly anticipated second piece of DLC for Bioshock Infinite would drop; we finally have a release date. On November 12th you can take the characters of Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth back to the city of Rapture. Visit the iconic city on the eve of its downfall and experience the best of both the original Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite.
Burial at Sea – Episode 1 will arrive on November 12th worldwide for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. It is included as part of the Season Pass which costs $19.99 (£15.99) and is free to all Season Pass holders. You can also purchase Burial at Sea as a standalone expansion for $14.99 (£9.99).
Many have been waiting for some more information on the Burial at Sea add-on for Bioshock Infinite. Earlier this week Irrational Games released a video that shows us the first five minutes of this new expansion.
Warning: As with many gameplay videos, there is a chance for spoilers.
Burial at Sea is expected to release this Holiday season for Xbox 360, PS3, and Steam for $14.99. It will be available as a stand-alone expansion for the previously mentioned price, or free to those that have the Season Pass. In order to get it for free via the Season Pass you must download the DLC in-game.
Yesterday the cover art for Bungie’s new IP Destiny was unveiled for the systems it will be released on. Today we saw the arrival of a new trailer; showcasing one destination that many have been waiting for, the moon.