It appears that the ”GTX 790” will not be a Dual 780 Ti, a Dual Titan or even a Dual GTX 780. It is rather something inbetween these three. A 780 has More »
Rust developer Facepunch Studios have confirmed that they’ll be porting their wildly successful Steam Early Access title to Xbox One and PS4. The studio reckoned it’d be a while before we saw much of anything from them on consoles due to the fact that, to their knowledge, PlayStation and Xbox didn’t have “early access” programs.
However since they were told that paid betas and early access is possible on ps4, as confirmed here by adam boyes, it looks like rust will be coming to a console near you soon.
In regards to DayZ…
Namco Bandai has revealed pre-orders for Dark Souls II are 50 per cent up on its predecessor, this is before the publisher’s main ad campaign kicks in. The firm has put a massive £1m into marketing the game to a mainstream audience.
Dark Souls 2 is just around the corner and already the sales are impressive.
Dark Souls II debuts on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 14th with the PC release to follow at a later date in the hopefully not too distant future.
Earlier this year it was stated that The Division would probably miss it’s 2014 release date, numerous outlets reported on it, including symonator.
Reflections, originally based in Newcastle, is devoting one of their five different teams to entirely to the development of The Division, which accounts for approximately 40% of the studio.
Other than a Snowdrop engine tech demo and a few gameplay trailers, much of the game is still being kept under wraps with no solid gameplay details on how exactly the massive multiplayer online title will work.
Ubisoft’s quarterly financial report is scheduled for this Monday, February 10, where we expect to hear more about The Division.
The Division is set for launch on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 later this year. (at some point)