This week: Winners, drama and more at The Game Awards, Psychonauts 2, Far Cry Primal and Dark Souls 3 collector’s editions, Rainbow Six Siege and Just Cause 3 impressions, and a PS4 game from an Indian dev.
In episode 38 of the IVG Podcast, our first impressions of Just Cause 3, server issues with Rainbow Six: Siege, PES gets a free-to-play version, Black Friday sales, and IVG Secret Santa.
Siege is a more approachable, newbie-friendly version of Counter-strike, and if Ubisoft had gone with just that, it would have been a pretty cool game. But they’ve added all this stuff into the periphery that may not belong there.
50 beta codes are up for grabs across PC, PS4 and Xbox One, courtesy IGX.
Ubisoft will use the additional time to make adjustments and improvements based on feedback received.
Terrohunt pits players, solo or in a squad of five players, against AI opposition, and the game will include four Terrohunt modes.
While The Division has been delayed, Rainbow Six: Siege is on course for release this year, with an unannounced game scheduled for release in early 2016. We should know more at E3.
Games The Shop has added a slew of 2015 releases for preorder, revealing prices for several eagerly anticipated games, including Rise of the Tomb Raider and Rainbow Six: Siege.
Aside from impressing with expected games like Assassin’s Creed: Unity, The Division, The Crew and Far Cry 4, Ubisoft also pulled out a surprise with Rainbow Six: Siege.