Earlier this week we talked about the LawBreakers reveal trailer, now the gameplay trailer is live! LawBreakers is the new free to play first person shooter from Cliff Bleszinski’s Boss Key studios. Check out the gameplay trailer below.
Cliff Bleszinski who is famously known for his involvement in the Unreal Tournament series and Gear of War has just revealed his latest project which is called LawBreakers. It will be a free-to-play first person shooter. The game is set in the future where people have near super-human abilities thanks to low-gravity zones.
eSports has grown tremendously over the past few years! With tens of millions of players in games like League of Legends and DOTA2 and tournaments with prizes ranging in the millions eSports seems like it is here to stay this time. Even if you are a huge supporter of eSports you wouldn’t think that it would make its way to the high school classroom, but it has in Sweden.
Minecraft has been around for a good while. Over the past few years we’ve seen some extremely impressive level built by gamers. Just when we thought we’ve seen it all a team of nine gamers have created a “Deep Sea” world that is nothing short of amazing!
For those that did not return the game there is a patch expected in August that should address these performance issues. In addition to that it looks like NVIDIA will be working with the game developers to help fix the game.
Star Wars Battlefront is turning out to be one of the most anticipated games of 2015 and for good reason! Take a look at these Ultra HD screenshots from the Tatooine Survival Mission. The images were captured at Ultra settings showing what the game is capable of looking like. Click on images for a full-size view!
The Star Wars Battlefront closed Alpha for PC is already live and a few gamers have been sharing their gameplay videos on YouTube and other video sharing sites. EA has been quick to take this videos down so be sure to check them out before they get taken down!
As we talked about last week the release of the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight was more or less a complete disaster. Sales of the PC version have been officially suspended, but what if you purchased the game already? Well Rocksteady has released the first patch for the PC version that hopefully will fix some of the issues with the game.
Yesterday Warner Bros. announced that they were suspending sales of Batman Arkham Knight for PC until all of the performance issues were resolved. We now it looks like these issues won’t be resolved until Fall. On the Steam Page for the game it states Batman: Arkham Knight will be available on SteamOS, Linux and Mac in Fall 2015.
Batman Arkham Knight for PC has had anything but a smooth launch on PC. There have been many performance issues that users have complained about and the game was capped at 30 FPS on PC! We even showed you how to edit the game files to remove the 30 FPS famerate limit. Because of all the complaints Warner Bros. has announced that they are suspending any and all sales of the PC version of the game until the issues can be fixed.
Sep 01, 2015 0