In addition to the announcement of some of the first PS Plus games for the premium and extra subscriptions, Ubisoft has announced that his subscription service Ubisoft+ has also been introduced. Type of.
Ubisoft+ Classics is a new version of Ubisoft+ especially for PS Plus Extra and Premium. It contains a library with 27 Ubisoft games, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, for Honor, South Park: The Fractored But Whole and South Park: The Stick of Truth, The Crew 2 and more.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the outstanding title of this limited selection of games from Ubisoft+. According to information, the library in Ubisoft+ Classics will be expanded to 50 by the end of 2022. This should mean that games like Watch Dogs 2, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and more are added, since their absence is strange here, especially if both games are several years old at this point.
Other games that we could add in the coming months are Ghost Recon Wildlands, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Rainbow Six Siege and Assassin’s Creed Origins.
These games will probably be part of the monthly game updates for PS Plus announced by Sony from June, which will be published in the middle of the month.
Unfortunately, this new limited version of Ubisoft+ will probably not put big games like Far Cry 6 and the upcoming Skull and Bones at the start. However, this game collection is a solid beginning, especially in combination with the list of games contained in the extra and premium library.
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The PlayStation-Service PS Now is on a farewell tour, because from next June the service will no longer exist in its current design. Instead, the offer is integrated into a higher level of PS Plus. In May 2022, however, it is not yet ready, which is why everyone can look forward to three new games with PS now subscription.
When do the PS now play in the service? As usual, the PS now titles are released on the first Tuesday of a month, in this case on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 .
The highlight in May: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
That’s what it’s about: in the Fighting Game Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 again compete against each other from the manga and anime series Naruto in 3D arenas. Among other things, the “Wall Run” returns from the first part of the series and it is possible to replace characters during the fight. In addition, weapons and armor can break this time in the zeal of the battle.
You can find everything important about the game in our test:
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 in the test-the eight-hour boss fight
What will be from PS now? The name will no longer exist from then, but the functionality remains, if only in the most expensive of the PS Plus options (Premium). In our separate article:
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these are the free PS Plus games in May
The games that can all be able to load on their hard drives with PS Plus subscription in May have also been announced. This time there is a reason for joy, especially for football fans, because with FIFA 22 the current representative of the most popular football game series is there. You can read which games you can dust off the subscription fees in the article on the PS Plus games in May 2022.
Are you particularly looking forward to one of the PS now titles in the line-up for May 2022?
Ubisoft announced that its Ubisoft + subscription service would offer a free trial for a week for new subscribers. All players will therefore be able to test the entire Ubisoft catalog for free during this period.
Ubisoft + is the subscription service of the French publisher, available on PC , Stadia and Amazon Luna (it should soon available on Xbox consoles as well). The publisher announces a free trial period for new subscribers, which will be temporarily available.
All Free Ubisoft PC Games for 7 days
From 12 April to 11 May, players who have never subscribed to the Ubisoft + service will have the opportunity to do it for a seven-day free trial . The service has more than one hundred PC games available on Ubisoft Connect. The subscription gives you access to all DLCs, extensions and other Season Pass, in addition to all Ubisoft ** games. The opportunity for you to test the two offers available on Ubisoft +: the PC Access (which gives access to the games on Ubisoft Connect), and the multi-access (which adds the possibility to play cloud on stadia, to compatible games).
of Anno 1800 in Rayman Legends via Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
If you have never subscribed to Ubisoft +, so you will have the opportunity to test different types of games in full and for free. management fans can test Anno 1800, Racing game fans will have the choice between the Crew 2 cars and sports extreme of Riders Republic, adept players of * * Competitive FPS will be able to test rainbow six seats, when those who prefer FPS Solos adventure will play Far Cry 6, TPS Players Testeont Ghost Recon Breakpoint or The Division 2, Fans Fighting to Corps Testeren Honor, those who prefer games will play in Rayman Legends, when RPG and exploration lovers ** will be able to test Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Odyssey, Origins… Ubisoft offers for all tastes, and all their PC games are testable via this free trial.
Ubisoft + is free on PC for seven days for new subscribers only, provided they are between April 12 and May 11th.
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According to a new report, Warner Bros. Discovery is aware that DC Entertainment is not used enough in the space space. During the last decade, the only AAA Games of DC that have been released are the Batman Games: Arkham, two games of injustice, some Lego titles and the TELLTALE BATMAN series. In large part, all this revolves around Batman for the most part and highlights a growing problem with DC’s representation in one of the greatest entertainment media. This year, DC will launch _ Gotham, a game that presents to Batfamilia, and next year it will be launched _Easquad suicide: Kill the Justice League. It was also recently revealed that you are working on a game of Woman Woman, but you are likely to still miss years for its launch.
In a new variety report that says Warner Bros. Discovery is looking to check DC Entertainment, it was revealed that the company thinks you need to do more to grow the comic brand. Although DC has a habitual presence on the big screen, the report notes that the company is seeking to strengthen the DC game efforts. At this time, there is no indicator of how it could be, but it shows that the company is aware that you can certainly do better. Many have been asking for games based on Superman, The Flash, Justice League and many other key heroes, but it has not been at all. According to reports, Warner Bros. Discovery believes that Superman needs to be revitalized after a mixed reception to the recent screen appearances of the character and then be abandoned.
Perhaps this leads Superman to be represented in the games soon as an effort to relive the character as an icon of the largest pop culture. Batman has dominated the games for a long time, but it is time for DC to expand these efforts with his plethora of rich characters. Of course, this will take a long time, but hopefully, it will be worth it.
What DC characters would you like to see a videogame? Let us know in the comments below or contact me on Twitter @Cade_ONDER.
Ubisoft recently experienced a cyber security problem, which resulted in a “temporary interruption” of its games. The company has declared that all the games work normally now and have not seen evidence that the personal information of the players looks compromised. However, Ubisoft has opted to restore the password of the entire company for its employees. The IT team of Ubisoft is now working with external teams to try to investigate the matter, but some more details were offered.
“Last week, Ubisoft experienced an incident of cyber security that caused a temporary interruption of some of our games, systems and services,” Ubisoft said in a Declaration to VGC. “Our IT teams are working with the main external experts to investigate the problem. As a precautionary measure, we started a password restoration throughout the company. In addition, we can confirm that all our games and services work normally and that at this moment there is no evidence that any personal information of the player was accessed or exposed as a byproduct of this incident “.
It is not clear if this was an attack on the study or a problem that occurred internally. We will continue to monitor the situation and if Ubisoft discovers new information, we will make sure to update it. What is more important, players should be able to be calm knowing that currently there is no risk to their respective Ubisoft accounts and personal information. Earlier this week, Ubisoft confirmed that he would suspend the sales of his Games in Russia after the invasion of Ukraine and although there have been Russian cyberian reports to certain companiesBisoft has not suggested that this problem is related.
On Thursday, Ubisoft launched the Dawn of Ragnarok expansion of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and also confirmed that it will deliver free articles to the Rainbow Six Extraction players. Looking ahead, Ubisoft will also perform an internal test for your next pirate game, Skull & Bones. The game has been developing for a prolonged period and suffered numerous delays, but it seems that it could finally be preparing for its launch if Ubisoft allows players to try it.
Did you notice any problem with some Ubisoft game last week? Let us know in the comments below or contact me on Twitter @Cade_ONDER.
Henry Cavill had a great day at Warhammer World last week. Game Workshop has launched a new Henry Cavill video enjoying the views in Warhammer World, an interactive exhibition at the company’s headquarters in Nottingham, England. First we report that Cavill had visited Games Workshop last week, but the new video shows much more from Cavill wearing very happy as he enjoys one of his passions. Cavill not only traveled studies at the Games Workshop headquarters (possibly filming new content for the company’s Warhammer + transmission service), also reviewed the elaborate dioramas, tested a lethal-looking sword and inspected the details of some of the miniatures Painted professionally. and figures on display on the site. You can see the full video below:
Cavill has become a kind of unofficial ambassador of 40,000 warfare, _ the miniature war set in which two armies free an endless war with each other with the help of multiple rules books and a large collection of dice of Six faces. Cavill has often spoken about his love by Warhammer, even enduring Graham Norton’s teasing as he spoke on the side of the fans painting. He used the blockade of Covid-19 to catch up with his army painting (he plays adepttes custodes, for those who ask themselves). Cavill has even been mocked to get involved in a Warhammer project, once noticing that it looked like a younger version of the Emperor of Humanity….Worning that the emperor became a living corpse connected to a massive supercomputter who needed to consume the souls Of a thousand people a day to avoid real death.
Since Cavill opened his way to be elected as the protagonist of The Brujo (another exciting project for the British actor), we can only suppose that his agent already has the phone number of any study with some type of option for a war! draft. Given the love of him by PC Games, we are honestly surprised that he has not made a voice acting for one of the many game, although that could be because he already has a tight agenda.
After some major developer studio acquisitions in the last few weeks and months now also reports Ubisoft on the subject. It should be further out of it to remain independent, but one does not exclude a potential acquisition.
Microsoft buys Bethesda for $ 7.5 billion, Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard for nearly $ 70 billion US dollars, Sony buys bungie for $ 3.6 billion, Take-Two buys Zynga for over $ 12 billion. The list of high-priced acquisitions is increasingly longer. Ubisoft is also aware of this and now expresses a possible takeover.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot believes that Ubisoft can still remain independent **. “We have the talent, the financial size and a large portfolio of original IPs.” But he also adds that the games company of a takeover is not averted. “If there is a purchase offer for us, the board would of course be examined in the interest of all stakeholders.”
Accordingly man is open to a takeover , if the offer fits. (Source: Ubisoft via VGC)
Ubisoft wants to continue to serve all platforms
Guillemot also talks about the different platforms and that Ubisoft continues to pursue the plan to develop its games for all platforms .
“If we look at Nintendo… We are number one under the third-party publishers. Nintendo is interested in everything we do, and we even develop games with their brands, so there is cooperation and it is very successful. “
Thus, the CEO of Ubisoft also makes it clear that continues to serve all platforms for a potential takeover .
That this is possible proves, for example, bungie. The Destiny Developer announced after the acquisition by Sony, that he will continue to publish multi-platform games. PlayStation boss Jim Ryan also stressed that Bungie is now an independent subsidiary of Sony Interactive Entertainment .
The next call-of-duty games should also appear despite the deal between Microsoft and Activision on Sony’s Playstation.
Ubisoft is one of the most prolific video game publishers in the industry. With more than 30 years in the middle, the company has raised an incredible number of franchises, many of which are the foundation of our player life.
So what happened to the business formerly rented? Join me while I explore the problem with Ubisoft.
Players know who to expect a version of Ubisoft: a ton of content, dispersed in a massive environment. Although this premise has been proven for many titles, the fact that almost all games wearing the company’s logo follow this formula has tired the plethora of franchise to their credit. Let’s look Far Cry for example. From a 4-year development cycle, Far Cry 3 has perfected the systems from previous versions and is considered the sum mum of the series. Attempting to capitalize on its success, Ubisoft has released 6 amazing additions to the franchise in 9 years! Each of them is almost a copy of the previous entries. Citing the enigmatic banks of Far Cry 3, Insanity does exactly… The same thing f king… again and again, waiting for it… what shit changes. If Ubisoft must listen to his antagonist and get away from his stereotypical approach to video game design.
lose one’s identity
The scope of the versions slowly reduced over the years. Ubisoft’s games were unique, felt and seemed different, however, it could not be more distant from the truth now. Assassin’s Creed a stealthy adventure has completely lost sight of its origins. The game no longer focuses on observing your environment and on the search for ways to reach your goal without pointing out. The latest iterations place action in the foreground, which makes it similar to the number of other open-open RPG-RPG titles currently available. This is also apparent with other franchises. Ghost Recon is slowly gone from a tactical shooter to one, you guessed it, a shooter in open world. Let’s admit it, Ubisoft must make a hard reset on a pile of its franchises to re-engage fans.
left to rot
For some reason, Ubisoft put all its resources in some selected franchises and left others to lose. While a remake of Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell is in preparation, the fans have been waiting for a new adventure for years. Curiously, there is an obvious vacuum on the market for these two elements, which could easily be exploited. Stealthy games are rare. Often, the titles incorporate mechanisms that allow you to sneak up on the opponents, but there are not many who focus completely on that. Similarly, it is difficult to find 3D adventure games focused on crossing as Prince of Persia. That’s why I’m perplexed in the face of their decision to redo rather than restart.
In 2010, Ubisoft announced Bart Framework, which generated a range of incredible games. Launched with Rayman Origins, the platform sought to highlight interesting and innovative 2 and 2.5D titles. During this period, the eyes were turned to the company because large titles like Valiant Hearts: The Great War and Child of Light presented another side of the publishers. Fast-forward until 2022 and this initiative is dead. Rayman has been reduced to automatic execution mobile games and small projects seem non-existent under the French giants.
It is clear that Ubisoft has a very big problem, their games seem too familiar, and they lack originality. Although the company seeks to bring classics back, it does the safest way possible. While there is a glimmer of hope in Beyond Good and Evil 2, words such as games as a service are associated with the title, which decreases his attraction. Ubisoft is in a rut and must change something. It’s time for publishers to take a risk rather than relying on the same formula that has become a tiring line in most of their games.
What do you think of Ubisoft? Do you think they have to make a radical change or do you like their approach to video game design? Are you enthusiastic about the remakes to come or have you preferred a new adventure? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter.
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