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  1. As part of the Ubisoft Forward event, the publisher confirmed more details about Assassin's Creed Valhalla, including its music. There will be a seven-song EP pulled from the game's soundtrack that will be released on Spotify and for purchase on iTunes later this year. The EP will feature original music from composers Jesper Kyd and Sarah Schachner, along with an original song by Einar Selvik. Selvik is the former drummer of the metal band Gorgoroth and current singer of the Nordic band Wardruna. Selvik worked with the History Channel on the show Vikings. Wardruna's music and stylings seem to be a perfect match for Valhalla, as you can tell from the band's latest music video below. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  2. Assassin's Creed Valhalla will continue the trend of letting you pursue multiple romances throughout your adventure, but this time your options for lasting relationships have been expanded. In advance of Ubisoft Forward, GameSpot recently sat down with Valhalla narrative director Darby McDevitt, who explained how the Viking-themed sequel will still let you explore as many relationships as you wish. This time, however, you're able to engage with your partner in long-term relationships while also fostering multiple smaller ones on the side if you wish. "There are definitely a couple of one-night-stands you can get involved in and they're fun in their own ways but there's also going to be some longer-term relationships," McDevitt explained. "A little of both. If you want to be monogamous and have a single, ongoing relationship with somebody, you can do that." Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  3. New Releases highlights some of the hottest games coming soon, and this week has a double dose of invaded kingdoms with PS4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima and Nintendo Switch exclusive Paper Mario: The Origami King. The multiplatform crowd can try out Rocket Arena, and Death Stranding's PC port is here. Finally, those looking for a more zen experience can tend to their farms with Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town. Death Stranding -- July 14 Available on: PC Our Death Stranding review is quite positive, and now PC gamers can experience Hideo Kojima's latest outing for themselves. It's the same story of deliveryman Sam Bridges trekking across a shattered United States, with a healthy dose of Kojima's signature story beats and zany cutscenes. The PC version also includes a new photo mode and crossover content with the Half-Life series, plus support for higher framerates and ultrawide monitors. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  4. It is no surprise, but CD Projekt Red has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 has "no plans" to be on Xbox Game Pass. CDPR's Radek Grabowski confirmed this on Twitter recently. "No Game Pass plans for Cyberpunk 2077," he said. Grabowski's tweet came in response to a Twitter thread about the possibility of Microsoft paying third-party developers a fee to launch their games on Xbox Game Pass to help promote the subscription service. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  5. As part of the Devolver Direct event, the publisher announced that its twisted take on battle royale, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, now finally has a release date--and it's very soon. Fall Guys is releasing on August 4, and a new trailer has also been released. Check it out below. In addition to providing another look at the colorful, whimsical game, the video confirms that pre-orders on Steam come with a special character--Gordon Freeman of Half-Life fame. Fall Guys will be released on August 4 for PS4 and PC, but there is no word yet on if the game will also come to Nintendo Switch or Xbox One. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  6. Breaking Bad actor Giancarlo Esposito and Anthony Gonzalez, who voiced Coco in the Pixar movie of the same name, are lending their talents to Ubisoft's Far Cry 6. After confirming the game during its Ubisoft Forward event, the company has now shared a behind-the-scenes video featuring Esposito and Gonzalez speaking about their characters and their experiences working on the project. Esposito plays Anton Castillo, the main villain of Far Cry 6, and Esposito calls him a very smart and manipulative person. Esposito also says you may not want to take what Anton says at face value, and he's known to lie as part of his excellent manipulation skills. Gonzalez plays Anton's son, Diego Castillo, and he talks about the process of getting into character and delivering a meaningful and impactful performance. Both Esposito and Gonzalez also take some time to speak about the challenging nature of working in motion-capture suits and playing make-believe as they are forced to imagine their surroundings. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  7. Despite releasing more than two years ago, Ubisoft's The Crew 2 is still revving up new content. Following the release of the major Summer in Hollywood expansion, Ubisoft announced even more plans to support the racing game as part of the Ubisoft Forward event on Sunday. Next up in the Summer in Hollywood schedule is the Beach DLC, which drops on July 15, and adds a number of summer-y vehicles like the Volkswagen Beetle and Bus. After that, Neon Battle is arriving on July 22, and it introduces the Tron-like Kawasaki Ninja H2 light rider edition motorcycle. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  8. The Ubisoft Forward event has come and gone, and it brought a lot of big news about Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, Watch Dogs Legion, and Hyper Scape. Ubisoft also announced that its free-to-play 2D fighting game Brawlhalla is headed to mobile in August. The game will release on mobile devices on August 6. Those who pre-register for iOS or Android can get a free skin for when the game is released. Brawlhalla has been a huge success on console and PC, where it has "more than 40 million players" across Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game supports cross-play on those platforms, and cross-play will also be available on mobile at release. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  9. While we won't get a new Far Cry game this year, we won't have to wait too long into next year to get our hands on Far Cry 6. Ubisoft has announced that Far Cry 6 will release on February 18, 2021 on PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia (that's a lot of platforms, we know). In typical Ubisoft fashion, numerous editions will be available to purchase, and pre-order listings are already starting to pop up. If you already know you're down to jump into another zany open-world first-person shooter, you can snag some cool bonuses with your pre-order, too. Far Cry 6 is set in the present day in the fictional country of Yara, a tropical paradise that has been "frozen in time," largely due to the country's tyrannical leader Anton Castillo (played by Breaking Bad actor Giancarlo Esposito). As the hero of the story, you'll step into the shoes of Dani Rojas, who helps form a guerilla faction to oust Castillo from power. While next-gen consoles will already be out by the time Far Cry 6 releases, it's worth noting that you'll be able to buy one copy of Far Cry 6 to play on PS4/PS5 and Xbox One/Series X. So if you aren't planning on upgrading to a next-gen console right away, you'll still be able to enjoy Far Cry 6 on PS5 and Xbox Series X whenever you do decide to upgrade. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  10. As part of Ubisoft Forward, the developer shared a long list of new details about Assassin's Creed Valhalla regarding the combat, how you can recruit cats, and that you'll be able to switch between male and female Eivor at any point in the game. Another detail confirmed during the presentation was that Valhalla will have a fishing mechanic--and it's tied into another new system for the game. In Valhalla, your health does not automatically regenerate over time, so you will need to find ways to replenish it. One way is to catch and consume fish. Nice!Given that Valhalla is set in 873 CE, the game does not feature actual fishing rods. So you will simply cast a line with your hand and try to catch a fish that way. Once you have a fish on the line, you'll need to mash the A button to bring it in. You must control the direction of the fish and also the tension of your line to be able to successfully land the fish. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  11. Today's the day we (officially) saw Assassin's Creed Valhalla gameplay for the first time - not counting those leaks last week. Ubisoft showed a decent look during its Ubisoft Forward presentation, and then even more in a post-show deep dive. Eurogamer has also been playing a build of the game ourselves - you can watch that and hear Zoe's thoughts below. This section shows the climactic fort assault spotted in those leaks, but also some more peaceful gameplay exploring East Anglia and attending a wedding between tribes. Well, it starts peaceful, anyway. Read more View the full article
  12. In the reveal trailer for Far Cry 6, the main antagonist, Yara president Anton Castillo, explains the chaotic nature of power in governing society to his teenage son Diego. His son is poised to take over when the time comes, but for now, Anton wants his son to understand his point of view. Using a hand grenade as a metaphor, the elder Castillo states that, "Our country is like this grenade, except it has two basic parts: the people, and you--and you must clutch them nice and tight. Or we all go boom." Far Cry 6 is a game about politics and how radically different views inevitably lead to conflict. Set during an uprising in the country of Yara, which takes stylistic and historical inspiration from the island of Cuba, you'll join the rebel force made up of citizens to overthrow Anton Castillo and his regime. His ultimate goal is to bring the country out of its period of stagnation and into a supposed new age of prosperity, even if it means oppressing and enslaving the country's citizens to do it. Since Far Cry 3, the franchise has enjoyed putting its villains front and center, giving them plenty of time to explain their philosophies in elaborate detail. They're larger than life figures whose presence is evident throughout the jungles, caves, and forests in the open-world settings--and Far Cry 6 is no different. The new game coming from Ubisoft Toronto leans more heavily into the dynamic of revolution, and how Yara's citizens rise up to free themselves instead of waiting for an outside savior to do it for them. Far Cry 6's story is about combating fascism, and you are playing as a member of the anti-fascist movement. Speaking with Far Cry 6 narrative director Navid Khavari, he explained the backbone of Far Cry 6's plot, and how the game's central character, Dani Rojas, fits in. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  13. Ah, Sam Fisher. What does Ubisoft have planned for the stealth hero next? A starring role in a new mobile game, it seems. During the Ubisoft Forward event tonight, the company showed a new trailer for Tom Clancy's Elite Squad, a kind of Tom Clancy all-stars (I know) action RPG for mobile devices drenched in a Fortnite-style graphics style. Sam Fisher is in the trailer, complete with iconic night vision goggles, alongside characters from the likes of Rainbow Six (Montagne and Caveira), Ghost Recon (El Sueño from Wildlands), and The Division. There are five versus five battles in a campaign mode as well as competitive multiplayer. Tom Clancy's Elite Squad comes out 27th August 2020 on the App Store and the Google Play Store. Read more View the full article
  14. As part of the Ubisoft Forward event on Sunday, the developer confirmed a long list of new details about Assassin's Creed Valhalla, but one piece of information stands out. The developer confirmed in a post-show livestream that Eivor, the main character of Valhalla, can recruit a cat to join you on your journey. You'll get the cat by helping a Norse child in town, and then the cat--whose name is Nali--will join your longship and become a "cat raider," as the developer put it. This cat will curl up inside your boat, and it will also eat rats to keep your shipmates healthy and safe, it seems. "As you're riding around the rivers of England, you will see a cat basically walking around your longship, keeping your Viking raiders company," Ubisoft said. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  15. Ubisoft usually unveils its upcoming slate of games at a live press conference held annually during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June. With E3 being cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ubisoft didn't make any announcements in June, and instead pushed back a month to hold a digital show called Ubisoft Forward, which aired today, and played out just like the company's press conferences, only with far less dancing on stage. We also went beyond Ubisoft Forward to get our hands on many of the games. We spent some time talking to the developers behind the games to find out what players can expect from them, even for Far Cry 6. Below is a roundup of the big announcements from Ubisoft Forward, along with links to our previews and videos: Watch Dogs: Legion Gets A Release Date The third entry in the Watch Dogs series is scheduled to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 29. Ubisoft will also release it on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at a later date. Watch Dogs Legion Supports Xbox Series X Smart Delivery If you purchase the Xbox One version, you will automatically get the Xbox Series X upgrade for free. Click here to watch embedded media Sit Back and Watch Us Play Watch Dogs: Legion in Two Lengthy Videos We played the game and were able to explore the open world, as well as the ability to recruit almost anyone in the game. These videos show off both sides of the game. Click here to watch embedded media Assassin's Creed Valhalla Also Has a Release Date Ubisoft is releasing this highly anticipated sequel on November 17 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Ghost Recon Breakpoint Is Getting A.I. Teammates In a Free Update On July 15, a new form of help arrives in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. If your friends aren't online or you don't trust random players, you'll be able to use A.I. teammates to join you on missions. The highly requested computer-controlled assistance arrives in Title Update 2.1.0, which is free and will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia. You Can Play Hyper Scape right Now The stylistic battle royale game received a new trailer during Ubisoft Forward. We also put the game through its paces. The open beta begins today, and you can watch us play a match. Check Out Impressions From Over Five Hours of Time With Assassin's Creed Valhalla We dove deep into the upcoming open-world adventure and were mighty impressed with Ubisoft's take on vikings, as well as the ideas that are moving the Assassin's Creed series forward into new space. Click here to watch embedded media Watch Us Play Through A Raid Battle In Assassin's Creed Valhalla Join Ben, Jeff Cork, and Alex Stadnik as we show off the game's new raid battles and detail how combat feels in comparison to what's come before it. Everything We Know About Far Cry 6 We spent time talking to Far Cry 6's development team to learn about the upcoming game. Far Cry 6 Has a Release Date It's not coming this year, but you don't have long to wait for it. Ubisoft has it locked in as a February 18 release date for Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, Stadia, and PlayStation 4. View the full article
  16. Every big video game conference needs a "and you can play it right now" moment. Today's Ubisoft Forward event announced that Ubisoft's battle royale, Hyper Scape, is moving into open beta today - meaning anyone on PC can play. During the technical alpha, players had to hope for a Twitch drop to get access, but the game is now available to all. A battle pass for cosmetics is in effect for the duration of the open beta, and anything unlocked will carry over to other phases and final launch. During this phase, a new game mode where it's every person for themselves (solo mode) is available. Previously, only 3-person squads were available for play. If you're on PC, playing is as easy as logging into Uplay, downloading the game, and playing. It's a free-to-play title, so there's little barrier to entry if you are curious about the battle royale experience. Hyper Scape is expected to launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC this summer. Check out my previous time with Hyper Scape here. Click here to watch embedded media View the full article
  17. Click here to watch embedded media On July 15, a new form of help arrives in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. If your friends aren't online or you don't trust random players, you'll be able to use A.I. teammates to join you on missions. The highly requested computer-controlled assistance arrives in Title Update 2.1.0, which is free and will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia. The A.I. teammates can be activated and deactivated at any time, allowing you to continue playing solo if you want, and then summon them for a quick burst of firepower. A.I. teammates can perform sync shots, will try to revive you, and can be customized with different weapons, gear, and physical attributes. You can see the A.I. teammates in action in the trailer above. A day later on July 16, Ubisoft is launching a new limited-time event called Resistance. A press release from Ubisoft gives a little context into the mission: "Nomad will support the Outcasts during their counterattack on Sentinel forces and assist them in their efforts to save prisoners, attack Sentinel outposts, and stop convoys looking for survivors." The mission only runs from July 16 to 29, and offers up 15 exclusive rewards, along with players impacting the presence of rebels in Auroa to create faction warfare between rival factions. For a sneak peek at this event, check out the trailer below: Click here to watch embedded media View the full article
  18. Far Cry 6 is the next game in Ubisoft's open-world shooter franchise. While Far Cry 5 brought the series to North America for the first time, and with its follow-up New Dawn taking a surprising turn towards the post-apocalypse, Far Cry 6 brings the series back to its roots in a tropical locale. This return to the series' roots also brings back a kind of protagonist who has more of a personal stake in the story, and FC6's lead character will be more present and visible throughout the campaign. Revealed during Ubisoft Forward, the protagonist of Far Cry 6 is Dani Rojas, is a native of the island of Yara--a country "frozen in time" due to economic sanctions. With the rise of a guerrilla revolution in the country, Rojas gets swept up in the push for change against Presidente Anton Castillo's regime. Unlike other Far Cry protagonists who are outsiders making their way through a foreign land, Rojas has deep ties to the island, making their investment in its future more personal. Taking cues from Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Valhalla, players can choose from either a male or female version of Dani, and both will be fully voiced throughout the campaign. Furthermore, Dani Rojas will also appear in cutscenes interacting with other characters throughout the game, moving away from the first-person dialogue sequences and making the protagonist more visible. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  19. Ubisoft Forward, the company's E3-style announcement event on Sunday, was actually just the first press conference that the publisher plans to hold this year. Ubisoft confirmed during the show that it will hold a second Ubisoft Forward event later this year. The publisher is promising "tons of game news and updates" during the new show. An exact date for the second Ubisoft Forward event has not been announced, but keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest. Ubisoft Forward 1 brought more news about Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, and HyperScape, while the company also announced Far Cry 6 during the event. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  20. Ubisoft has now officially announced Far Cry 6 for release on 18th February 2021, following an earlier leak last week. As we know already, the game stars Breaking Bad and The Mandalorian's Giancarlo Esposito as its antagonist Anton Castillo, a brutal dictator who rules over the game's Cuban-influenced setting. The casting of Anton Castillo, star of Pixar film Coco, was also confirmed today. He plays Castillo's 13-year-old son Diego: a boy unsure whether to follow in his father's footsteps. Read more View the full article
  21. It's been 12 years since Clint Hocking last had his name on a game that shipped: Far Cry 2 in 2008. He's bounced around several studios--LucasArts, Amazon, Valve--but has come back around to Ubisoft to take the lead on the upcoming Watch Dogs: Legion, which is set to launch on October 29 this year. In addition to a four-hour hands-on demo with the game, I had a chance to speak briefly with Hocking about how the development team have approached building its unmistakably political world. Watch Dogs: Legion pulls a lot of inspiration from the struggles we've seen in the real world; in the game, you'll see protests signs and banners, messages of grassroots resistance to fight police brutality, and London quickly turning into a tech dystopia run by an authoritarian regime. Hocking has made the political connection very clear in how he's spoken about the game. During our preview presentation before Ubisoft Forward, he stated that "social inequalities are growing, partisan politics are stoking the flames of division, nationalism is on the rise, unemployment is up" to describe the backdrop to the narrative. And he provided more insight in our conversation below. If you want impressions of the demo experience, be sure to check out my preview on how Watch Dogs: Legion's play-as-anyone feature opens up wild gameplay possibilities. You can also read about Watch Dogs: Legion's story and get a deeper dive into the political context it's working with. The following interview took place over Discord and has been edited for readability and clarity. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  22. After a string of bombings across London, the enigmatic entity named Zero-Day claims responsibility by contacting the first of many operatives you control, before sending in drones to kill that character. Series-long hacker group DedSec is framed for the attacks and London quickly descends into a police state where a private military corporation (PMC), called Albion, takes over law enforcement while organized crime flourishes like never before. In a presentation, game director Clint Hocking made the point very clear that Watch Dogs: Legion is political. Instead of skirting the topic, Hocking stated this version of London is "inspired by the current times we are living in." He continued, "Social inequalities are growing, partisan politics are stoking the flames of division, nationalism is on the rise, unemployment is up," describing the high-tech dystopian setting. He goes on to point out that Albion are perpetrators of police brutality and abuse, and that DedSec has grown from its hacker roots to a full resistance movement that fights for the common people. These are bold words, and from a follow-up conversation with Hocking, I get the impression that he and the team are well aware of the context they're working within. But it's one thing to hear them speak on it and another to see how the game itself handles this. I had the chance to play Watch Dogs: Legion in a four-hour hands-on session, and I'll say this: Although I'm hopeful it can deliver a strong message, that doesn't come without its concerns. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  23. At its core, Watch Dogs: Legion is trying to tell a story about a people's uprising. It's not about one hero saving the day or a protagonist who has all the answers to single-handedly enact change in the world. In London, the hacker collective DedSec is composed of anyone. Nearly every NPC on the street can be recruited to join the cause as a playable character and put their own strengths, weaknesses, and perks to use. And based on my four-hour hands-on demo with the game, I see the "play-as-anyone" system as a thematic fit, and also a fascinating take on a class-based system. It offers a variety of playstyles, and it's pretty damn impressive how well it works. For a more detailed breakdown of the game's narrative and political backdrop, be sure to read my Watch Dogs: Legion story-specific preview. After a brief prologue, I was jumped to about 10-ish hours into the game. I had a handful of characters to choose from, but focused on using my construction worker since he was equipped with a big-ass wrench for stronger melee attacks and a rideable flying drone to summon on-demand. And luckily for me, this eventually led to a strong illustration of just how character variety can affect your experience. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  24. I genuinely tried to stealth my way through most encounters in the first hour of my three-hour preview demo of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. I'd crouch among the sparse bushes and use a mixture of well-placed arrow shots and instant-kill hidden blade assassinations to carefully chip away at an outpost's defenses. But it wasn't exactly easy and it felt like I wasn't adequately responding to the situation at hand. Perhaps additional abilities, additional enemy types, and new environments in other parts of the game will allow Eivor to pull off more types of silent kills and make stealth a more enjoyable option, but the placement of enemies in most of the encounters I experienced in the demo seemed to encourage fighting out in the open over skulking in the shadows. So for the latter two hours of my time with the demo I decided to do just that. Frankly, it made for a far more satisfying experience. By the end of the demo, I was having a much better time than I was at the start. Choosing to confront foes head-on reminded me of my time with Edward Kenway, the protagonist of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. As a pirate who only becomes an Assassin in the final few campaign missions of the game, it makes sense that Edward solves many of his problems as a pirate that's making the most of the tools of an Assassin, as opposed to an actual trained Assassin--and this is reflected in the combat and mission structure. Some are enjoyable and others (like the mandatory stealth and tailing missions) are less so. Black Flag is at its best when you play it as a scrappy pirate who sails around in search of treasure and ships to pillage, only turning to the tools and strategies of the Assassins as another method in Edward's vast arsenal. In those moments when Black Flag affords you the agency to pull from both Edward's combat and stealth abilities, it's a better game--Black Flag is perhaps the only released entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise where I regularly transition between both combat and stealth as the two playstyles flow together in a satisfying way. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  25. Prior to the announcement of the release date for Assassin's Creed Valhalla at Ubisoft Forward, I sat down with the game's narrative director Darby McDevitt and assistant level design director Laurence Letalien to talk about the upcoming entry in the history-based franchise. We talked about numerous aspects of Valhalla--such as side quests being almost nonexistent, in-game romances changing, and combat transforming to focus on moment-to-moment decisions--but what struck me the most was that you can switch between female and male Eivor whenever you want throughout their story, and that this feature actually ties into one of the major mysteries in the upcoming Assassin's Creed game. The way that Valhalla weaves together the different parts of Eivor's story and will drop additional nuggets of lore about the Hidden Ones' evolution into the Assassin Brotherhood sounds pretty cool too. The Mystery Of Eivor's Identity Unlike Kassandra and Alexios in Assassin's Creed Odyssey, you're not picking between two different characters in Valhalla. Regardless of whether you play as a man or woman, you're always playing as Eivor. However, just like Kassandra and Alexios, Eivor isn't a blank slate protagonist. Before you even pick up the controller and start making dialogue choices, Eivor already has an established personality, set of morals, and aspirations. All of this will shape the type of choices you'll be able to make. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article

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