A new story trailer for Watch Dogs 2 just arrived, bringing with it a fresh look at major players on both sides of the conflict between hacker collective DedSec and the corrupt corporations they’re working to take down. One of their biggest targets is Blume Corporation, an entity that should be familiar to Watch Dogs players as the creators of the notorious, city-automating ctOS. This video introduces a key antagonist, who appears to be pretty high up on Blume’s payroll: their Chief Technology Officer, Dusan Nemec.
System Rift, our first story DLC for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, is out today! It’s a completely self-contained story, taking you to a new location in Prague, so you don’t need to worry about spoiling the main quest for yourself if you haven’t finished it. We’ve gone around our studio to ask some of the developers who worked on this story DLC to share some insight into what you can expect.
We’re standing a few feet inside Croft Manor’s wine cellar and are hesitant to move another step. Our surroundings are dank, dark. A small window at the corridor’s end fails to illuminate the bowels of Lara’s childhood home. Shadows and cobwebs are everywhere. A shiver involuntarily runs down our spine. Truthfully? We’re a little scared.
Such is the immersive power of PlayStation VR.
We have an absolutely packed show for you this week, including an in-depth talk with Taylor Kurosaki on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. He speaks to the game’s spectacular campaign and how it will melt many, many faces (not his words). We also call up Arthur Parsons from TT Games to chat about the upcoming content in LEGO Dimensions, and how his team paired Harry Potter up with the A-Team. Seriously.
Since launching our Lost Treasures multiplayer DLC update in June, we’ve been hard at work fine-tuning the multiplayer experience, launching the New Devon bonus map, and developing our next DLC release — the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer: Bounty Hunters DLC, available today via a new update to Uncharted 4.
Well met, PlayStation Nation! Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios is proud to announce that giants will return to the Sword Coast when Neverwinter: Storm King’s Thunder strikes PS4 on October 18!
In my experience, the creation of a game is a labor of love. It’s central to your thoughts for a couple of years, and all that time you’re surrounded by similarly focused people who you spark off, or perhaps argue with. But together you begin to shape a game, an experience, maybe even a work of art, that you can all be proud of.
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