Fallout 76 release time in UK, Europe, EST and PSTFallout 76 is available on Wednesday, November 14th - a rare mid-week launch - and has a release of at one minute past minute local time across almost all regions - that's including UK, Europe.The exception is west coast (PST) of the United States - going live at 9:01pm on November 13th, in line with the east coast (midnight EST).However, Fallout 76 has gone live early for certain systems and locations - such as PS4 in the UK - if you have a physical copy on PS4 and have everything installed, there is nothing to stop you playing now.If you have pre-ordered the digital version though, that will still only unlock at midnight local time - even if it's fully pre-loaded. Fallout 76 E3 gameplay trailer and gameplay detailsWe picked up some more details on Fallout 76's gameplay at Bethesda's E3 conference, so here's a rundown of what we know.Multiplayer, genre, and online detailsIt is, indeed, an online game - all the other people who come … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 release time and everything we know
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The Fallout 76 beta is upon us, with Xbox players starting on October 23, and PS4 and PC following on October 30. Bethesda is promising bugs a plenty and basically saying anything could happen while it's live. That's not a huge surprise given that the beta is basically the full game, meaning all your progress will carry over for the full Fallout 76 release date, November 14.Obviously with the beta underway there's all sorts of new info coming out. Like the addition of a (sorta) battle royale mode, and new information on various groups and factions in Fallout 76. The Brotherhood of Steel are causing a few problems there as, in the current time setting of Fallout 76, they're a few hundred years early. Read up on that and more with everything we know about Fallout 76. The Fallout 76 release date is November 14, 2018The current Fallout 76 release date is November 14 and with the beta underway, that should hold barring any massive bugs while all the testing happens. The whole point of … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 release date, crossplay, map, ‘battle royale’ mode, nukes, and everything you need to know
Ubisoft is one of the best developers around when it comes to creating a world, condensing a real place down and capturing its essence, whether it’s the raw nature of Bolivia or the teeming tech hub of San Francisco. The Crew 2 is its most expansive map yet, rendering the entirety of North America. You are free to drive, fly, and sail between Los Angeles and Las Vegas before cruising and nitrous-boosting all the way to New York. These impromptu drives are the best thing about The Crew 2, but they are always accompanied by a nagging feeling that something is missing. Only the major cities towards the edges of North America exist in this world – the middle of the map is full of empty roads, fields, mountains, hills, deserts, salt flats, and other procedurally generated terrain. This isn’t what I mean by emptiness, however. No. The Crew 2 is lacking the features it sorely needs. You can drive around America with your pals, but you can’t carve out a route and … [Read more...] about The Crew 2 review: the good, the bad, and the goodbad
It was Team Andromeda — an internal R&D team at Sega of Japan — that first revealed the potential of the Sega Saturn. Its debut game was the on-rails shooter Panzer Dragoon. Part Space Harrier, part Dune, part Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Panzer Dragoon filled Sega Saturns around the globe with evocative 3D shooting action featuring a blue dragon and its rider. Over the course of three initial games — Panzer Dragoon (1995), Panzer Dragoon 2 Zwei (1996) and Panzer Dragoon Saga (1998) — Team Andromeda continued to mine this simple yet compelling premise: that of a rider and his dragon facing off against a mysterious empire. While 2002’s Panzer Dragoon Orta (developed by ex-Team Andromeda members who later joined another studio, Smilebit) kept the series going later, it was the role-playing game Panzer Dragoon Saga that ended up becoming the standout. Taken at face value, Panzer Dragoon and its much-improved successor, Panzer Dragoon 2 Zwei, … [Read more...] about Panzer Dragoon Saga: An oral history
If you haven’t played Wish Studios' That’s You!, it might come as a surprise to learn that there’s a strong link between this PS4 party game and the films of Wes Anderson. If you have, you’ll know it captures some of Anderson’s gentle surrealism, his eye for symmetry, use of color and his eye for graphic detail. Still, what’s unexpected is that it comes as part of a Sony PlayLink game. In other words, it’s designed to firmly locate the fun between the players in the room and their connected smartphones, where the game delivers the questions to them. The TV simply plays a supporting role, managing the game, collating scores and providing a soundtrack. And yet That’s You! also happens to feature incredibly lushly realized room settings, through which the camera lovingly pans and dollies while you answer quizzes and draw silly pictures. But there’s a good reason why: the devs at Wish Studios … [Read more...] about How a Wes Anderson movie prop maker helped develop That’s You!