DICE have put together a big ol’ blog post explaining just how much they’ve increased the weapon customisation potential in the upcoming “Battlefield 4.”
According to the developers, not only have they made weapon stats much easier to read and understand, but they’ve also added heaps of new camouflage options and even a new ‘adaptive camouflage’ ability. Adaptive camo will reportedly change to match whatever terrain you’re fighting on, which is pretty neat.
Snipers will also be pleased with the new ability to “zero” your scope, allowing you to compensate for bullet drop once you’ve accurately estimated the range to your target.
Ubisoft has officially unveiled 2D sidescrolling game, “Child of Light” with a trailer and screenshots.
The console and PC title is being helmed by creative director and “Assassin’s Creed” veteran Patrick Plourde, and is powered by Rayman Legends’ UbiArt Framework engine.
According to the Ubisoft blog, “Child of Light” is inspired by “fairy tales and epic poems” and styled after Japanese role-playing games, with turn-based battles and a skill tree closely resembling that seen in “Far Cry 3.”
Gaming is not only about overly sized men killing each other in testosterone fuelled battle. No, in fact there are some great party games that were shown at Gamescom 2013 as well and my personal favourite was “Just Dance 2014″ from Ubisoft.
So with this in mind Ubisoft has introduced a brand new online functionality where you can literally join the exact song the rest of the world is currently dancing to in real time. You can’t choose what song you want to dance to but rather there is a set playlist that the entire world is dancing to simultaneously. You then get ranked across the world against everyone in real time so you really can say you are the best “Just Dance” player on the planet if you hit number 1.