At the PlayStation media showcase last night, we got a look at the multiplayer portion of Call of Duty WWII. It’s awfully cinematic in places, unlike the multiplayer you encounter when playing the game, but you get the idea of what you can expect, which Killstreaks, classic weaponry and call outs. Continue reading Call of Duty WWII multiplayer trailer isn’t really multiplayer, is it?
Yesterday, the gaming world was hit with a wave of excitement as Activision and Sledgehammer Games revealed Call of Duty WWII to the public. Taking the action back to its roots, players will have a chance to experience World War 2 all over again, or for the first time (looking at you, kids!) Continue reading Call of Duty WWII to feature 48 player modes?
Bioware recently opened up about the multiplayer portion of Mass Effect Andromeda, and it’s about time too. With the game’s release now just on the horizon, fans deserve to know what they’re paying for, despite the fact that the main draw is without doubt the single player story experience. Continue reading Mass Effect Andromeda multiplayer gameplay revealed
Last week, Bioware spilled some of its beans regarding the multiplayer mode of Mass Effect Andromeda to GameSpot. While we have been seeing teaser trailers, launch trailers, in-depth behind the scenes videos and more regarding the game’s story, there’s still a lot to be said and told about the multiplayer portion of it. Continue reading How Mass Effect Andromeda’s multiplayer will work
Bioware has seemingly abandoned its plans to release a Mass Effect Andromeda Multiplayer beta test ahead of the game’s launch. The announcement came via an update regarding Bioware’s attendance at Pax East, and with the game just 3 weeks away, it looks like those who signed up for the beta will have done so for nothing. Continue reading Mass Effect Andromeda Multiplayer beta is a no go
It’s Christmas time, and the family are gathering together for a table full of food, selection boxes, treats, and a few alcoholic beverages. You’re finished with the talking, and you have began challenging your brother/sister/cousin to a game to settle old scores. But what do you play? There are so many great options out there, some you may even be overlooking. Let’s pick out a bunch of local multiplayer titles worth giving some time to this holiday. Continue reading Local Multiplayer Games for the Family at Christmas
Hearing loads of great things about Titanfall 2 but are not sure whether you want to commit? Why not check out a free trial this week on Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One? Starting today, players on EA Access and Origin Access can check it out, while everyone else can begin enjoying it from December 2nd. Continue reading Titanfall 2 free multiplayer trial starts today
I’m going to start this by saying that in my personal opinion, Battlefield 1 is the best online multiplayer shooter ever created. I know, that’s a bold statement but to me, it refines what online warfare is supposed to be and goes above and beyond any shooter I’ve ever played. Continue reading Battlefield 1 tips for beginners
Since the original Gears of War arrived on Xbox 360 in November 2006, one of its best features is the cover system, which made you think about how you approached combat. In the series campaigns, cover is vital, and if playing in co-op, meant some communication and teamwork was essential and rewarding. Then the system was taken advantage of, in the form of the ‘wall bounce’ in multiplayer. Continue reading Gears of War’s wall bouncing, good or bad?
I’ve spent a good few hours now with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta on PlayStation 4 and let’s get one thing straight, this is not the disaster so many gamers have been making it out to be but it certainly isn’t without its issues. Here are my thoughts and preview of the beta. Continue reading Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta impressions