Feeling salty over not getting access to TheDivision‘s closed beta? Feel salty no more, because Ubisoft has announced that we can all get our mitts on The Division‘s open beta, which is hitting systems this month.
I’ll let you in on a secret: this morning I knew next to nothing about Far Cry Primal. I know, I know, shock horror. I mean, I’m aware it’s gone all Stone Age or Ice Age or Rock-Tipped Spear Age or whatever, and I know it’s packing mammoths and sabre-toothed tigers and the usual assortment of things trying to kill you before you kill them first or whatever, but I don’t actually know anything else about the game.
It’s not intentional. I love Far Cry. Far Cry 2 is probably my favourite of the lot, in case you’re wondering. But knowledge of this latest one’s more intricate details has somehow managed to stealthily slip past me. If it’s done the same to you and you’d like a way to quickly catch up on what’s happening in the land of Far Cry: The One with the Loincloths, Ubisoft has released a new “101” trailer that details everything you and I have missed.
Is it possible to not love TrackMania? I don’t think it is. The simple, but brilliantly challenging joy of sending a zippy, acrobatic, indestructible car rocketing around ludicrously ramp-y, loop-y, boost-y tracks is just too strong for even the most heartless, fun-hating people to resist.
TrackMania Turbo is the arcade racer’s latest incarnation, and Ubisoft has revealed its release date. There’s also a new trailer that captures everything that makes TrackMania so alluring. Come, watch.
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India released early last month to positive reviews from gamers and critics alike, and while it’s not the most taxing game in the world to run, you do still need to have a somewhat-current GPU to take advantage of all the eye candy it offers. If you haven’t bought the game yet on Steam (a R99 purchase), you’ll be able to find it bundled with MSI’s range of Radeon GPUs from the R7 370 to the R9 380, while stocks last, until the end of June 2016 at participating retailers. There are currently no promotions being run by AMD for these graphics cards at the moment, and a free game is not a bad deal at all.
We’re creeping ever closer to The Division‘s March 8th release date, but Ubisoft is already keen to remind everyone that The Division‘s quest for world domination (and domination of your time) doesn’t end then.
They’ve revealed that there’ll be a slew of free and paid updates to the game after its launch, and they’ve also detailed what you can expect if you opt for the Season Pass. Follow me and I’ll tell you everything you need to know.
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