The Civilization VI: Rise and Fall expansion brings new choices, strategies, and challenges for players as they guide a civilization through the ages. The expansion introduces new Great Ages, Loyalty, and Governors systems, expands existing Diplomacy and Government systems, and adds eight new civilizations, nine new leaders, a variety of new units, districts, wonders, buildings, and more. Can you lead your people into a Golden Age of prosperity? Or will your empire face the challenges of a Dark Age?
Horseman will ride once more. But this time… with a little more attitude. Unleash the Fury! Take a look as Fury makes her way through The Hollows and fights a Lava Brute.
How does a studio known for linear first person shooters design one of the most well regarded open world games of the generation on their first attempt? Noclip travels to Amsterdam to talk to Guerrilla about their epic journey bringing Horizon Zero Dawn to PlayStation 4.
There have been rumors for a while now that a Fantastic Beasts game is under developement. That is yet to be confirmed but now it is announced that Harry Potter will become a mobile RPG game called Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. It is currently being developed by Jam City, an L.A. based mobile games studio, in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
The game will be released under Portkey Games–a label dedicated solely to the Harry Potter franchise, as well as other J.K. Rowling creations such as Fantastic Beasts. The upcoming augmented reality game “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite” is also being launched by Portkey, but it is being developed by Niantic Labs (who created Pokemon Go).
In the game, players will be able to create their own characters and live life as a regular Hogwarts student through the years. According to Warner Bros., some of the franchise’s most iconic professors and characters will make appearances in the game. It will be free to play, and it is set to be available through Google Play, Apple Store and the Amazon App Store in early 2018.
Josef Fares, director of A Way Out gives a passionate speech at The Game Awards.