- BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Hori controller bundle due November
- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer beta schedule detailed
- Forza Horizon 3 now available for Ultimate Edition owners
- Everspace joins the Game Preview program for Xbox One
- Watch Dogs 2 story trailer introduces Marcus and Dedsec crew
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Daily Archives: May 3, 2012
The troops are about to start pounding the pavement again with the announcement that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier has gone gold for 360 and PS3. Players will lead an elite team of special ops troops around the world as they chase down the world’s baddest with all sorts of high-tech weaponry. Future Soldier will not only support heavy weapon customization but also the Ghost Recon Network, a franchise-spanning app that will keep players abreast about what their friends are up to and what new user-tweaked guns have hit the (virtual) market.
Some new screenshots and additional details have emerged about Treyarch’s next entry in the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Set in 2025, players are thrust into a new Cold War dominated by near-future technology, with combat relying heavily on robotics and drones. As the new crisis reaches a boiling point, players must make their way through a branching storyline that features non-linear missions, a first for the series.
Square Enix has released a new hidden-object puzzler for iOS today, Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White. The second release in the Victorian Mysteries series, Woman in White is available for $0.99 (iPhone/iPod touch) and $2.99 (iPad HD). To celebrate the launch, Square Enix is offering the first release, The Moonstone, for free until next Monday 7.