With the total number apparently setting a record for the most people to ever take part in an open beta for a new-IP on current-gen platforms. Phew! And even though that mouthful may sound a little on the 'trying to make it sound more popular than it is' side, when you factor in that the number is 6.4 million people, The Division is certainly already very popular. And will most likely be the game to play next month.
Getting VR to run as intended will require a fairly decent rig. Actually scratch that, it will need a straight up gaming PC. With the system requirements for HTC and Valve's Vive being similar to those for the Oculus Rift, Valve has released a handy tool that will give you detailed feedback about your PC.
Well looks like the server woes that have plagued Street Fighter V since its release have reached their literal breaking point. As in the servers are currently down for maintenance, with no word as to when service is expected to be reinstated. Scheduled maintenance began over 8 hours ago, and now Capcom has taken to Twitter to advise that maintenance has been extended 'indefinitely'.
With a closed beta set to kick-off next month. The popular third-person MOBA which first came out on PC in 2013, and then last year on Xbox One, is finally coming to PlayStation. The free-to-play title doesn't have an official release date for the console but already there's a Founders Pack which will get you access to all current and future gods as well as some exclusive skins.
With worldwide pre-orders beginning next week and the first batch of units expected to ship in early April. As for the price? Well, it'll actually retail for more than the Oculus Rift at $799 USD. Hefty, sure, bit that comes with two specialised wireless controllers, fancy sensors, and an "updated head strap". Joking aside, the 2016 VR revolution is definitely shaping up to be an expensive proposition for gamers.
Well, in the sense of sleek robotic machines and aircraft exploding in a similar fashion to the other stuff. Plus, what looks like a rocket-powered upgrade for the wing-suit. Coming March 2016, this is the first DLC pack for last year's Just Cause 3, and part of the Air, Land, and Seas Expansion Pass. With a towering sky fortress filled with robotic drones, we can safely assume this is the Air part of the expansion.
Steam is offering up some more free SEGA titles as part of its Make Love Not War 3 promotion. The last batch of free games included the likes of Golden Axe and Jet Set Radio, and this time you can get another classic brawler in the form of Streets of Rage II. Plus, a couple of more recent games with Binary Domain and Condemned: Criminal Origins also included.
And it's a who's who of classic sci-fi, recognisable videogame voices, Star Trek alumni, and even Freddy Krueger for some reason. There's Warf from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Luke Skywalker from The Starring Wars, that guy from Firefly, the pilot. And that other guy from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Breaking Bead Season 2. Plus, many familiar voices from other hit games like Halo 5, StarCraft II, Uncharted, and Fallout 4.
A friendly reminder to those that didn't get a chance to get in the last round of The Division Beta action, the Open Beta is running this weekend on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The beta is currently available to pre-load, and for those of you thinking about a second go around the Open Beta will include a new story mission. Oh, and there's a new trailer which has enough guns and flames and slow-mo firefights to get just about anyone in the mood.