Final Fantasy 15 had a difficult ten-year development where the game grew from an embattled spin-off. Two years after launch it’s still a struggling beast – though the latest developments appear to signal the beginning of the end for this entry of the series. Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata, the man who ‘fixed’ the meandering Final Fantasy 15 project and guided the game to release, has quit Square Enix. In the wake of its success FF15 had an entire second wave of additional downloadable content announced, too – and the majority of that has now been cancelled. The first sign that something was up with Tabata and his team came earlier this week when Square Enix revealed it was writing-off an “extraordinary loss” of around $33 million in production costs associated with Luminous Productions, a young new spin-off studio the publisher set up for Tabata and members of the FF15 team to create new content and titles. In a statement at the … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy 15 shake-up: director quits, DLC cancelled and PC support stripped back
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The PCG Q&ARead the complete archive of PCG Q&As here. Below are some highlights:Which game character do you hate?What's your favorite non-violent game?When is teabagging okay in FPS games?It's a familiar experience: you spend a bunch of money on a dazzling PC, then four years later it's somehow just hovering above minimum specs for that new FPS you've had your eye on. You check your bank account. An upgrade is just about within reach, sort of. You put your holiday plans on hold, because this game can't wait damn it. This weekend, we ask: which game made you upgrade your PC? Here are our answers, but more importantly, we'd like to read your comments below. Philippa Warr: Dota 2I put off buying a desktop PC for as long as possible, making use of a bootcamped Macbook to play games including Dota 2. It was a well-documented disaster. I had to run Skype through my phone to use voice chat with friends, which meant I couldn't have sound on from my laptop, so I spent months … [Read more...] about What was the first game you upgraded your PC to play?
According to a tweet from the official support account of Rocket League, crossplay party support will arrive in 2018, meaning that the game’s 40-million-plus players will finally be able to invite their friends to play on the same team regardless of platform. Depending on the platform, players have been able to dribble, doink, and wave dash around the field with players from other platforms but they have not been able to party up, trade, or guarantee that they will be on the same team. The tweet was in response to Twitter user Floshke who tweeted asking when he would be able to play ranked with players on PS4. They responded with this: The ability to party-up with friends across platforms has been teased and referenced by Psyonix in several interviews, though this is the first time we’re getting any mention of a release window. Soon friends will be able to play together whether they’re playing from the office on Switch, or at home on their gaming PC or console. Rocket … [Read more...] about Rocket League Crossplay Party Support to Launch This Year
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This article was originally published in PC Gamer issue 313. For more quality articles about all things PC gaming, you can subscribe now in the UK and the US. In the Warhammer universe there are few sights more heroic than that of a screaming dwarf being repeatedly slammed against the floor by the tentacle of a rampaging Chaos Spawn. I used this distraction to slip behind the mutant and stab it repeatedly in the back with my spear—a classic elfish move. In its surprise, the Chaos Spawn lets go of the dwarf, who screams and starts battering the creature with his axe, completely unfazed by what just happened. The Chaos Spawn is one of Vermintide 2’s new bosses. It towers over the Rat Ogre—previously the biggest special enemy—and is just one of the terrors the new Chaos faction brings to the series. The sequel stays true to the first game’s take on the Left 4 Dead format: you play as one of a team of four heroes fighting through gauntlets populated by … [Read more...] about With new enemies, new loot and mod support, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is your next big co-op game