It looks like preload for The Division Beta is now available on all platforms. I woke up this morning to an e-mail in my inbox saying I could preload the game. Preload started yesterday on Xbox One, but now it is available for PC (via UPlay) and PlayStation 4 users as well.
The Division’s release date is set for March 8th. With that many gamers are anxious to get in on a beta to see if they want to purchase the game or not. Well it looks like gamers will get their chance as it has been confirmed that the beta will take place sometime this month.
We know that the Star Wars Battlefront Beta was extremely popular. With around 9 million gamers participating in the beta it was the largest beta EA had ever had. DICE has released even more facts about the beta that are just astonishing!
Since Respawn Entertainment launched the Titanfall beta last week everyone has been trying to get their hands on a beta code to play what many are calling the most anticipated game of 2014. Respawn had opened up the Xbox One side of things to open beta and now today they have announced that the PC side of things is in open beta as well.
The announcement is short and sweet, and that’s all it needs to be. Linux gamers eager to play games from Valve and other developers natively can get on Steam now. The Steam for Linux beta client is now available to all Steam users, so if you’ve been patiently waiting for an invitation to join us, consider yourself officially invited! With a growing catalog of Linux-supported games, an active Steam for Linux community group, and a new GitHub bug reporting repository, the timing’s right to jump in and share your feedback.
Have you heard of Steam’s big picture mode? First announced last year, Big Picture Mode allows users to easily navigate the steam interface on a large TV screen. Big Picture Mode will be open for beta access in September, as confirmed by product design executive Greg Coomer.
Many steam games play very well with a controller, but even if you have your PC connected to your TV you will need at least a mouse to get the game started. With Big Picture the Steam UI is designed to be used with larger TV’s and with a controller, although you can still use a mouse and keyboard of course. Bringing this new UI to the “lounge” or living room area steam hopes to allow greater accessibility to their digital distribution platform.
If you head on over to our forums you may notice a countdown. This is because we are completely redesigning and setting up new forums for you, our users. Our old forums were out-dated and filled with spam. We want to make a better experience for our users so starting from scratch was the best solution. Our BETA forums are currently open to everyone as long as you request BETA access. So head on over to the new forums and get access! Once you have access you can secure your username and start posting. Also we will be having exclusive giveaways for beta users before we launch! Read on to learn more…
This week on our Gaming Friday segment we are back to a first-person shooter! A lot of people may not believe me, but this is my first time playing a Tribes game. Tribes Ascend is a upcoming free-to-play multiplayer-only first-person shooter. I’m sure many of you are familiar with the Tribes franchise. The Beta for the game is currently out and available for everyone to download. I have been playing it for the past week and I am really enjoying it. Read on to see what Tribes Ascend is all about and to see our gameplay video!
Looking for an affordable case for around $50? How about a case that supports 10.5″ graphics cards? If you answered yes to these questions then you are looking for the NZXT Beta. The Beta has a plethora of features which range from a completely black interior to optimum airflow performance. I can’t say that I’ve ever seen such a high quality case with so many features for such a little price. Read on further to see what else I think about this affordable case.
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