The developers for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Treyarch announced that they want Call of Duty to be part of the Olympic Games. Many new disciplines are part of the Olympic Games each time. Now Treyarch thinks that ESports should be one of the new disciplines. Treyarch’s head for market development Jay Puryear talked about this topic in an interview with Daily Star. Continue reading “Call of Duty coming to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics! Could it become reality?”
The first episode of Hitman (2016) was released on the 11th of March for PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Publisher Square Enix and Developer IO Interactive are releasing the new third person stealth game in episodes, each featuring a massive map with many different missions. The first episode also called the Intro Pack costs 12,99 Euro. All epsiodes combined cost 49,99 Euro and if you choose to buy a single episode it will cost you 7,99 Euro. The already released Intro Pack and second Episode were not that well received by the community forcing the Developer to take action by releasing the Elusive Targets. Continue reading “Hitman introducing Elusive Targets!”
On May 5th Blizzard Entertainment released their new First Person Shooter Beta Overwatch to the public. The beta was supposed to end on May 9th. A day prior to the ending Blizzard announced that the beta would end a day later on May 10th.
Overwatch is Blizzard’s attempt on mixing elements of a FPS and a MOBA together combined in one game. Continue reading “Overwatch: Most successful Beta of all time!”
On the 2nd of May Activision released the reveal trailer for this years Call of Duty called Infinite Warfare. The reveal wasn’t received very well at all, as it has almost 2 Million dislikes on YouTube, which makes the video one of the Top 10 most disliked Videos on YouTube.
Together with the reveal Activision showed a sneak peek of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, which will be shipped together with Infinite Warfare. Continue reading “Activision making themselves popular! What have they done now after their flopped reveal?”
On E3 2014 EA Dice showed off a teaser for Star Wars Battlefront, a reimagination of the two game series developed by Pandemic. Star Wars Battlefront was then released in Q4 of 2015. The game received mixed reviews, due to the game playing well, but the content was lacking quite a bit. With some free updates Dice fixed the issue and Star Wars Battlefront is now a well round out game. There is still content coming for Star Wars Battlefront with free updates and the three expansions, which are to come this and next year. The Season Pass will include a Bespin Expansion, a Death Star Expansion and a mysterious Expansion, which will be announced later this year. Continue reading “What is Electronic Arts going to do with the Star Wars license?”