It’s the news many pilots on the frontier have been waiting for. Pilots all around have been hounding Respawn on social media for months on end about the much loved, fan favourite co-op mode, Frontier Defence from Titanfall 1. Well, it’s coming next week in their biggest free DLC/Update since the game launched! Continue reading Titanfall 2 – Frontier Defence Incoming
Yesterday, Respawn revealed their 6th free DLC/update for Titanfall 2 which will release next week on Tuesday 27th on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Check out the details, because it’s a good one. Continue reading Titanfall 2 – The War Games DLC Detailed
Ho Ho Hoooo Merry Christmas PC gamers. Santa has delivered savings galore to many PC store such as Steam, Uplay, Origin and if you are tanked up on the Christmas hooch and feeling particularly bold, the Windows store. Read on to see if there is anything on sale that can tempt you. Continue reading Winter Sale arrives on PC stores
The return of Mirror’s Edge came closer yesterday, with the release of a new story trailer called “I Am Faith”, who as fans of the first outing know, is the main character. There was also an announced closed beta too, which you can read about below. Continue reading Mirror’s Edge Catalyst story trailer and closed beta sign up
On February 2nd, EA will be adding to their EA Access service with another title, bringing the vault list to a total of 15 titles, all playable for a minimal cost of $4.99 a month or $25 for the year. The latest addition ties in with the Superbowl, and that game will be Madden NFL 16. Continue reading EA reveal next month’s new addition to EA Access
In 2014, Xbox One users were greeted to a new subscription service by Electronic Arts (better known as EA) which was taken to rather well. For a small monthly fee or annual subscription, EA Access lets you play a list of EA published games which keeps on growing. Now the service has arrived for PC, called Origin Access. Continue reading EA Access is now available on PC, called Origin Access
For myself, it has changed my opinion for the better, but only to a degree, as I find it difficult to see this game having a lifespan beyond maybe 6 months for the majority players. It manages to do a lot of things correctly, mostly nailing that Star Wars feeling in terms of gameplay, sound and aesthetic, which is arguably the most important thing for a game such as this to get right, but with that there are compromises that may deter the more hardcore audience.
I doubt these specs are accurate, and it looks more like an advertisement for the new Intel Skylakes than anything, only having come out in August.
Following the announcement that the game won’t be offering a server browser, many gamers were disappointed, especially on PC. Because of that some were worried that they would also be doing away with the dedicated servers, which would mean that players would have to host games themselves. However, in an interview with PlayStation Lifestyle at TGS, Lead Heroes Designer Jamie Keen confirmed that nothing would change on that front, thankfully.
Humble Bundle and EA have joined forces and are offering a new Origin Bundle in support of charity. Even better, EA are forgoing all profits from the bundle, with their share going to charity.
While the bundle as a whole is not as strong as the previous one, it is still awesome as hell, with the likes of Dead Space 2, Dragon Age and Mass Effect 2 included.