After two brief beta periods, Ubisoft’s medieval multiplayer brawler For Honor is finally available on consoles and the PC, promising players a competitive and strategic good time.
With the For Honor closed beta, we finally got a chance to check out Ubisoft’s competitive multiplayer brawler for a weekend.
Watch Dogs 2 is what the first game should have been. A fun techno thriller that captivates with excellent action, an entertaining plot, and creative ways to hack modern technology, the sequel improves on the first in so many ways that it almost feels like a different game. While it does have some flaws here and there, especially a rocky start for the game’s multiplayer, it’s a solid sequel and promising step for the series.
Ubisoft Reflections’ Grow Home, published last year, was a wonderful little indie that surprised with its simple, sandbox gameplay and ragdoll physics.
Over at Gamescom 2016, Ubisoft has revealed details for the upcoming Closed Alpha for their multiplayer melee combat For Honor.
The wait is finally over. Ubisoft and Ubisoft Massive’s online third-person military-based shooter/RPG hybrid Tom Clancy’s The Division is finally available to the masses, bringing intense guerilla warfare shooter action, light RPG elements and squad based tactics to the ruins of New York City.
Sometimes you need to go backwards in order to move forward. Far Cry Primal, the latest entry in the popular open-world first person shooter series, takes players back to 10,000 BC for some prehistoric combat and wild animal taming, forgoing modern weaponry and high-tech toys for clubs, arrows and deadly beasts.
If you didn’t get a chance to try out Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s The Division’s Closed Beta, now’s your turn to get in on the action.
I honestly didn’t know what to expect from Ubisoft’s The Division. After the fiasco that was Watch Dogs, in which the promised visuals and features weren’t completely delivered (the infamous 2012 E3 trailer and the final product), I was initially impressed by The Division’s E3 reveal tech demo, but I took it with some hesitation.
Last year’s Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China was an interesting take on the classic Assassin’s Creed gameplay, shifting from open world 3D assassination and exploration to a 2.5D plane.