PUBG Map “Codename: Savage” Will Enter Player Testing Soon
PUBG is getting a new map and the first testing phase is about to start for PC players. The map is currently being called Codename: Savage and will be 4 km x 4 km, smaller than the game’s existing two maps. Early details about Codename: Savage have been popping up around the web but the map will enter its first full testing phase next week. Players around the world will get to test out the new, more competitive arena.
Codename: Savage’s beginning week of testing starts Monday, April 2 at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET / 3 AM BST Tuesday. It will run up until Thursday, April 5 at 4 AM PT / 7 AM ET / 12 PM BST. This phase will only be offered to a select group, but players will be able to sign up to participate on Steam. The developer of the popular game, PUBG Corp. says it will offer a more detailed explanation on how to take part in the test on Monday and says players should “keep an eye on [PUBG’s] social channels to maximize your chances of getting a key.” (https://bit.ly/2Ih8M7m)
What Gamers Need to Know
PUBG creator Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene gave some details about Codename: Savage during his panel at the most recent Game Developers Conference. He claimed the smaller, island-based map will release by the end of this year and that it “should give you all a much more intense and faster paced Battle Royale experience.” (https://bit.ly/2Ih8M7m) After the panel, he offered an aerial view of the map on his twitter account.
PUBG Corp. is stressing to its player base that the map is in a very early stage of development and it’s opening Codename: Savage up to fans early so they can help gather as much data on the experience as possible. “We haven’t released content so early in its development since our alpha testing stage. We’re doing this because we want to start getting your feedback as soon as possible and drive the development in the right direction,” (https://bit.ly/2Ih8M7m) the developer said on Steam.
PUBG has had some troubles reaching an eSports market. Even though it’s hugely popular, the slow-paced and randomness of the matches created a difficult competitive environment. The introduction of this new map could have a huge impact on its eSports appeal and success moving forward. Gigamax Games will keep a close eye on how this new map progresses and if PUBG can successfully break into an eSports market.
A brand new update for the Xbox One version of PUBG is now available and it brings along some impressive changes. Included in the sizable patch are a variety of bug fixes, Game DVR support and, the biggest change so far, the removal of the 100 player starting island that let people size up their competition before the match.
PUBG will now have multiple pre-match starting locations. The developer found an issue with 100 players starting in the exact same area. When everyone starts a match together PUBG’s performance dropped on both the server and client sides. Additionally, all weapons have been removed from the starting locations.
But That’s Not All
Other changes are aimed at making driving a little easier as well as lowering the amount of damage that is done to the driver when running into trees, rocks, and other obstacles. On top of that, squad members colors are now easier to spot. Gamers also now use the right stick to rotate your character at the customization menu to get a better picture of what your avatar will look like in-game.
A host of bug fixes can with the update, too. Water sound effects have been fixed, although most never noticed they were broken in the first place. Additionally, the bug that would cause a player to teleport to another random location on the map upon landing has been corrected. The update will also patch an issue that caused some objects to float in the air.
Full Patch Notes
Introduced multiple pre-match starting locations in order to optimize both server and game client performance
Weapons are removed from the starting island prior to the match starting
Game DVR is now supported for automatic recording of gameplay highlights. This feature must be enabled within the Options / Settings menu.
We continue to listen to your vehicle feedback and have lowered the damage taken from objects throughout the world such as rocks, trees, and uneven terrain
Adjusted the sound effects of both water and red-zone bombing
Party matchmaking is now influenced by the player’s MMR
Adjusted long-range blood VFX back to the original colors
Improved visibility of squad member colors (yellow, orange, blue and green)
Players can use the right thumbstick to rotate their character model during customization
When customizing character appearance, the D-Pad can be held to switch between menus
Preview is supported when customizing appearance or creating a new character
Updated the design of the energy drink
Fixed water sound effects
Fixed Red Zone disappearing immediately after it starts
Fixed random character teleportation following initial landing
Fixed an issue where some doors could not be entered despite appearing open
Fixed issue of recovery and boost items being able to be used when underwater
Fixed the character animations when transitioning from jump-prone to standing
Fixed unexpected character death caused by falling while moving
Fixed areas of fencing where specific sides could not be penetrated by bullets
Fixed buildings with missing stairs
Fixed bug which caused objects to float in the air
Fixed areas of terrain which were causing player characters to become stuck
Fixed an issue which prevented team members being displayed following acceptance of an invite
Fixed the issue of revive being canceled unintentionally
Fixed hand animations when reloading/shooting the Kar98 in a prone position
Fixed the issue limiting peak parachuting speed in FPP mode
Fixed character animations when moving from prone to entering a vehicle
Optimized textures, landscapes and buildings throughout the island to improve performance
Fixed a crash occurring when HDR was enabled
Fixed a frozen character issue when reconnecting following a crash
Fixed a crash occurring when the player opened their inventory
Fixed a crash occurring when the spectated player was using a scope
Applied new Russian, Japanese and Chinese (simplified/traditional) fonts
Japanese only: Adjusted the Katakana font
Japanese only: Fixed incorrect order of wording during object interactions
Portuguese only: Fixed the display of height meter when parachuting
B button incorrectly displayed to cut parachute cable; this should be X
When viewing the map, the X, Y, and B buttons are fully functional – please be aware that this can cause you to exit the plane or vehicle whilst in motion. Please only use the map button to return to gameplay until this is resolved.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has officially launched on Steam. After shutting down servers to deal with a crashing issue, the game can finally be played. PUBG players that had to wait due to the bug that left them unable to play for many hours will find a reward waiting for them when they log into the game.
Who Doesn’t Love Free Stuff?
Over the next few weeks, players will receive a free in-game Winner Winner Chicken Dinner t-shirt, which is dropped into their inventory upon the first log in. The PUBG 1.0 release comes with a variety of new bug fixes that address balance and stability issues. Bluehole stated that previous adjustments had reduced stability issues but the latest round of improvements should help make the game more stable over time.
Bluehole also said it’s putting more time into cheat prevention measures. This comes after it already introduced improvements that saw a 66% drop in the number of players using cheats.
PUBG 1.0 also brings a few new mechanics to the main game, including climbing and vaulting, which the game’s creator says “will change the game severely.” The new release also features an official launch for the desert map called Miramar, which was recently only available to try on PUBG’s test servers. Lucky players can find new types of obstacles, weapons, and vehicles on Miramar that will affect how you get that chicken dinner.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds first released to Steam Early Access nine months ago and has taken the industry by storm. The Gigamax crew has been enjoying the game’s launch on Xbox One which came out earlier this month. PUBG is available for $30 via the Xbox Game Preview program and managed to gain over 1 million players in its first 48 hours on the console. That version received its first patch earlier this week, which helped fix a multitude of bugs that players were experiencing. If you’d like to see the full list of patch notes for the 1.0 version of the game you can find them on the STEAM blog.
The world has been rocked by the emergence of PUBG. It took the Battle Royale game mode and threw it right in the face of the public. People were ecstatic and couldn’t get enough, it was nearly an overnight hit. Climbing to the tops of the Steam charts and selling more than 20 million copies worldwide it has attracted international attention. Clones, ripoffs, and games embracing the Battle Royale style have been popping up all over the place trying to jump on the hype-train.
PUBG Going Mobile
Back in September reports came in that Tencent, a Chinese game publisher that through a series of acquisitions own Clash of Clans and League of Legends has a 5% stake in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds developer, Bluehole, and hopes of owning more of the company in the future. Now, Tencent announced they won exclusive rights to develop a mobile version of PUBG for the Chinese market.
The powerful game publisher will be working with Bluehole to seamlessly port the PC hit to smartphones for Chinese audiences. They are reluctant to release any definitive details on how they plan on replicating the massive experience for mobile platforms but they did say they are making “very good progress”. As of now, it is unclear whether or not the mobile version of the game will make it to people outside of China. Tencent also had these interesting few words to say about the slightly altered version, they will ensure PUBG reflects “socialist core values, Chinese traditional culture and moral rules.” whatever that means.
Call of Duty Embraces Battle Royale Trend
More news has come from China surrounding the Battle Royale Game Mode. Call of Duty Online is exclusive to China and testing out a similar game type to the ever popular PUBG. The new ‘survival mode’ will be fully released by Tencent in December where 18 players are pitted against each other and fight until one person is left standing. Players will spawn unarmed, scavenge for weapons and fight to the death. As with the PUBG mobile port, there’s no word if or when this game mode will be making it to Call of Duty games in the west. Bringing it beyond China could ride on its popularity with Call of Duty Online but the world will have to wait and see.
Battle Royale Game Mode Rocks The World
The gaming community’s tastes change and Bluehole released their game at the right time on the right medium, PC. Now coming to Xbox One in December which will be exclusive on Microsoft’s console for a year then later to PlayStation, Bluehole and their game is taking over the world and not too many people are upset about it. Now with Tencent working on bringing it to the largest console in the world, smartphones, to the country with the largest population, PUBG will only continue to expand. It will be absolutely fascinating to see how this gaming phenomenon will progress and what the future will hold.
Bluehole, Playerunknown’s Battleground’s developer, announced that a new update can be expected next week. Previously they stated that the weekly/monthly updates would stop in order to increase the quality of the new content. However, now it seems Bluehole is ready to deliver the quality PUBG update they think their community deserves.
Gamers can expect the the test servers to be up for at least 2 days early next week (September 10th). People are excited to see what the developer is ready to bring to the game. In a follow up Tweet, the developer included some details about what the patch will include.
Some of the key features of the new build include a new weapon, foggy weather condition, FPP leaderboards and multiple bug fixes.
It’s always a relief to see a developer continuously add and improve their games, especially when it’s not even officially released. Bug fixes are key and a new weapon is exciting, however the PUBG update further increases the competitiveness after the last big patch where First-Person servers were created. FPP leaderboards offer another huge draw to the game, focused on competitive players and those looking to make a name for themselves on one of the most popular Steam games out there.
Still Some Waiting To Do
Those looking to play the new desert map Bluehole hinted at will still need to wait. The smaller map is not expected to be released for quite some time but the original map hasn’t stopped the community from enjoying the game. The good news is the foggy weather condition addition may offer a new feel to the map everyone knows so well.
Playerunknown’s Battleground’s has seen tremendous success, surpassing 10 million copies sold on PC. The popularity of this unique shooter doesn’t look as though it’ll fade anytime soon. With the Xbox One version expected to arrive in the Game Preview program later this year, it’s expected to open up an entirely new market for the developer. Be sure to check back on Gigamax Games for the latest gaming updates and the latest details surrounding PUBG.
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Gameplay from Boss Key Productions new Battle Royale game, Radical Heights is beginning to surface. The early access is now available for free on Steam and gamers have a lot to say about it. Boss Key Productions is a relatively new developer, founded in 2014 and their most well-known game so far was Lawbreakers. The underwhelming sales and performance of Lawbreakers has gamers uncertain whether or not Radical Heights will be able to catch the gaming world’s attention.
Lawbreakers fell flat against other hero based shooters like Overwatch or Rainbow Six Siege to name a couple. Now Radical Heights is going up against monstrous Battle Royale games this time around. Fortnite and PUBG have absolutely stole the world’s attention when it comes to the Battle Royale genre and the indie game ‘Darwin Project’ has also captured the imaginations of gamers. Huge hits like Grand Theft Auto V, Overwatch, and the Division all have or had at one time rumors circulating that they’re exploring a Battle Royale mode. Even the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 has seen its share of Battle Royale rumors. Boss Key is up against some heavy hitters and the jury is still out if Radical Heights will be able to find its own spot in this competitive genre.
Exploring the gameplay that’s coming in, Radical Heights has some interesting features that make it stand out. The 80’s game show themed setting gives the entire game a different feel when compared to the other massively popular Battle Royale games on the market today. PUBG’s gritty shooter experience and Fortnite’s cartoony graphics don’t come close to the experience Boss Key Productions created with Radical Heights. If it’s better or worse, that still remains to be seen. However, unique is absolutely the word to describe the setting Boss Key created.
Something A Little Different
The waiting lobby lets player race with BMX bikes, creating a little more of an interesting pre-game experience. When the match starts and gamers jump into the relatively small map, one of the first things they’ll notice is landing is a bit rougher than Fortnite or PUBG. There is no parachute and instead, the character does a classic 80’s combat roll on landing. It is yet to be seen if this will only be a feature during early access but it actually adds a bit of excitement to the game. Forgoing the parachute allows gamers to get on the ground and into the action quicker. Beyond these interesting additions, the gameplay itself stands out among the current Battle Royale environment.
One of the most exciting features that are unlike the aforementioned Battle Royale games is the cash system. Around the map, there are cash registers and other objects that can be broken open and cash comes falling out. Players accumulate cash to buy guns and gear from vending machine-like objects located around the map. Instead of collecting all the equipment around the map, this new mechanic is an exciting feature. These vending machines have the potential to be a focal point of action and epic battles. There are still health packs and even food that can be found around the map but gear to win games will all come from the vending machines.
Not only can people buy equipment with the cash they pick up, they can save it for later matches. Players can withdraw or deposit cash at any time during a map at one of the Cash Back machines and can also use the money they earn to purchase cosmetic items in between rounds.
Combat and Final Impressions
The combat is intense, violent, and exhilarating. Fast-paced, the game doesn’t have some of the long lulls that can be found in PUBG’s original two maps. Even though it’s in its early access, the game runs relatively smooth and seems to be put together well. The inside of buildings are a bit bare but the shooting mechanics and gunplay seemed tight and responsive.
Overall Boss Key Productions may have missed the mark with Lawbreakers but Radical Heights has a great chance of leaving a strong impression on the gaming community. Going up against international hits seems to be Boss Key Productions play and if Radical Heights hits big it could redeem the young developer.
The French game publisher Ubisoft, well known for games like the Assassin’s Creed franchise and the massively popular shooter, Rainbow Six Siege fends off a hostile takeover from Vivendi, integrated content, media, and communications group. Ubisoft and fans are celebrating while Vivendi is forced to address the strategic step back as they pledged to make video games a key pillar of their business.
Vivendi’s two-year battle against the founders of Ubisoft comes to a close. The media group announced they’re willing to sell its 27.3% stake in the in the French video game publisher. Worth over $2.4 billion, Ubisoft made a call to long-time shareholders and new partners to help the publisher buy back the stocks. However, with an initial investment of 750 million Euros (around $919 million US), Vivendi walked away with a massive profit.
Ubisoft Breathes a Sigh of Relief
“The evolution in our shareholding is great news for Ubisoft,” said Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot. “It was made possible thanks to the outstanding execution of our strategy and the decisive support of Ubisoft talents, players, and shareholders. I would like to warmly thank them all. The investment from new long-term shareholders in Ubisoft demonstrates their trust in our future value creation potential.” http://bit.ly/2ps0QJo
Even though Ubisoft is a butt of a lot of jokes throughout the gaming community, they have progressed in an amazing way. Constantly restructuring and making a point to address community feedback has taken them to new heights.
New Friends and Money
This decision to end the hostile takeover actually opened up even more opportunities for the publisher. Tencent, Chinese internet conglomerate is one of the major new parties who is helping Ubisoft out of the massive financial void Vivendi left behind. Tencent is well known for their work on major titles including League of Legends, Fortnite, PUBG, and Clash of Clans. They also recently spearheaded the release of the mobile PUBG game that released in China and holds a 48% stake in Epic Games.
“The new strategic partnership agreement we signed [with Tencent] will enable Ubisoft to accelerate its development in China in the coming years and fully leverage a market with great potential,” Guillemot stated. http://bit.ly/2ps0QJo
The decision to align with such a prominent Chinese internet conglomerate has the potential to open entirely new markets for Ubisoft. Western games have a difficult time reaching the massive Chinese audience because of their strict standards. Having a partner that has experience with bringing western games to the Chinese market could be a huge win for the French publisher.
This is sure not to be the end of the big news coming out of Ubisoft. With their new strategic partnership, there’s no telling what’s next for this extremely successful gaming company. The Gigamax Games crew is excited to see Ubisoft stand their ground. The path the publisher has been on in recent years has gamers of all kinds excited about a future where Ubisoft has the final say about the content they release.
This time of year is always nostalgic. Looking back on the past year can bring back some great and not so great memories, but what’s important is to keep moving forward. Gigamax Games wanted to reflect back on some of the gameplay videos that helped the brand take the next step forward as well as some of those that fell flat.
Not every video was a big success but each and every moment has a special place in the crew’s heart. Hope you find some hidden gameplay gems that you may have overlooked with all the other incredible content released in 2017.
Please, enjoy the top 5 gameplay videos of 2017 along with an added bonus on the bottom.
Yooka-Laylee by Playtonic, former creative talent who brought us the classic, Banjo-Kazooie! Huge fans of the Rare original, recording the Demo was a must. Gigamax dives into Playtonic’s proof of concept, 100% the level and showing the path to the end secret. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
The Wolfenstein franchise has been around for over a decade and gamers were ecstatic to hear about this latest title. Staying true to their roots, MachineGames was able to get people excited about a single-player first-person shooter game. The genre has been scarce in modern gaming as most fps’ focus on the multiplayer element of their games and the campaign is usually an afterthought. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 delivered dozens of hours of excitement so far and there’s still a long way to go. Even with some of the sub-par reviews this game received because of the fan service, it’s still a quality experience. It shouldn’t turn people away if they’re looking for a great, classic feeling JRPG. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
With a brand new Monster Hunter coming to PlayStation 4, it was time to update the Monster Hunter Playlist. The Demo for Monster Hunter: World was available for a limited time and the Gigamax crew was lucky enough to give it a try. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an amazing, awe inspiring experience that is one of the best games to come out in the past decade. So Mack and Gigs decided to hop on and make a couple Applebee’s jokes. All kidding aside, this game really is amazing and a great addition to the Zelda family. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
Here you will find the Top 3 WORST performing videos from Gigamax Games. Maybe they were missed, maybe the community just didn’t like them but now’s your chance to pick. Where these videos hidden gems or nothing but a pile a carbon? Be sure to let us know in the YouTube Comments or the comment section at the bottom of this page.
Thank you all so much for any time you choose to spend with Gigamax Games. Everyone here at this little organization wants to thank you from the bottom of their hearts. Each and everything the crew puts together is for the gaming community. This is all about you!
Diablo 3 received a host of updates over the past few months and it’s added content worthy of a revisit. The 21st anniversary of Blizzard’s Diablo franchise just past, seasons have come to console and with the Necromancer here, there’s a lot to explore. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
It’s finally happened, Mack and Gigs have captured that perfect ‘Winner Winner Chicken Dinner’ moment on a recording. To commemorate this joyous the goal the crew celebrates with a measly view count and a round of high-fives all around! [Find The Let’s Play Page]
Shovel Knight is one of those classic Indie Games that deserves credit. When games today offer 4k resolution at 60fps, many gamers are looking for graphics. Offering an 8bit, 2D platformer that can pull a modern gamer’s attention is impressive. [Find The Let’s Play Page]
Don’t forget, you can always find the 2016-2017 highlight reel below!
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This past Thursday marked another tremendous return of The Game Awards 2017. Dubbed the Oscars of the gaming world, this international conference brings together the entire gaming community to reflect on the past year and all the amazing games released in 2017.
We watched the entire presentation so you didn’t have to and took all the most exciting announcements from The Game Awards and got right to the point. Those that want to watch it for themselves can find the full event at the bottom of this page.
Scroll down for the Game of The Year Winner!
Everyone had their eyes on The Game Awards 2017 to see which games will be recognized and those that ended up slipping through the cracks. Streamed live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles in 4K Ultra HD format, it celebrates the best games, eSports and members of the gaming community. This is a global event which includes localized versions reaching Chinese, South Korean, Brazilian, Russian, Japanese and other broadcasts from nations around the world.
2017 was an intense year for gamers everywhere. People were speculating what game would take home the coveted Game of The Year (GOTY) award. It was incredibly difficult to guess the winner with so many amazing games but the nominees included; PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Persona 5, Horizon Zero Dawn, Super Mario Odyssey, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Be sure to check back on GigamaxGames.com as the crew dissects the entire event throughout the month.
Below you will find the Game of The Year Winner and a few other highlights from this epic event.
Game Of The Year Winner | The Game Awards 2017!
Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild
Nintendo rocked the nominees this year but Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild took home the title of Game of The Year 2017 winner. Well deserved, this is a Nintendo masterpiece and was a win for the legendary game company. This was an unbelievable year for the world of gaming and proves the future is bright for the gaming industry as a whole.
The Game Awards 2017 Awards
Nier Automata – Platinum Games
What Remains of Edith Finch – Giant Sparrow
Best Action Game
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus – MachineGames
Best Art Direction
Cuphead – Studio MDHR – Nominated for a total of 5 awards this year.
Best Debut Indie Game & Best Indie Game
Cuphead – Studio MDHR
Best Role-Playing Game
Persona 5 – Atlus, P Studio
Best Strategy Game
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – Ubisoft
Most Anticipated Game
The Last of Us Part 2 – Naughty Dog
Best Family Game
Super Mario Odyssey – Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development
Game for Impact
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Ninja Theory
Best eSports Team
Best eSports Player
Best Ongoing Game & Best eSports Game
Overwatch – Blizzard
Best Student Game
Melina Juergens – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Best Game Direction & Best Action Adventure Game
Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild – Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development
This inspiring individual was the first woman to get her name on a game box. It was an age where one person created an entire game, from graphics, user interface, and coding, she did it all. If you haven’t heard of this pioneer of gaming, please take the time to click this link to her wiki page and learn a little more about this spectacular individual.
World Premiere Highlights
Accounting Plus – 2018
Co-creator of Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland is bringing a brand new game to the world on December 19th. This whacky adventure holds true to the craziness that is Rick and Morty without being a Rick and Morty game. This VR experience is the first title from the new studio, Squanchtendo. Partnered with Tanya Watson, they teamed up the indie study Crows Crows Crows which takes a unique approach to the notoriously dull word of accounting.
In The Valley of The Gods – 2019
From the creators of Firewatch, this adventure game looks like it takes place in Egypt where the two heroines take on the impressive challenge of exploring the long-abandoned tombs. Using technology that looks like it’s straight out of the early 19th century, ‘In The Valley of The Gods’ caught the attention of the world with their brief preview at this year’s award show.
Fade to Silence – 12/14/17 PC and “2018 all next-gen consoles”
Coming very soon, the developer showed off just exclusively in-game footage. This survival game looks as though it’s based in a post-apocalyptic world where the hero battles the elements to survive. This game snuck up on the community and seems like it’s sure to deliver unbelievable thrills.
Bayonetta 1 & 2 – Coming to Nintendo Switch – February 2018 And Bayonetta 3 – Now In Development – Exclusively on Nintendo Switch
This critically acclaimed franchise is coming to the Nintendo Switch in its entirely. 1, 2, and 3 will all be available on Nintendo’s newest console. The president of Nintendo America showed up in person to announce the title and left fans feeling as though they once again poured their heart and soul into the newest addition to the Bayonetta universe.
Kojima Productions announces Death Stranding is back. With an extended trailer, it offered a little more background into the story behind Death Stranding. More detailed than their original trailer it was still extremely vague but looked incredibly interesting.
The creators of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and Bulletstorm bring the world, ‘Witchfire’. With a short preview, there wasn’t much information offered but the action-packed trailer caught the Gigamax crew’s eye.
Dreams – 2018
This trippy trailer looked bright and colorful. The beautiful visuals and an exquisite soundtrack caught the world’s attention. Stay tuned for more information as details begin to emerge.
PUBG Desert Map – Miramar – Available Tonight
Available tonight on the test servers, the new desert map for PUBG the world has been waiting for has been officially announced. The head of PUBG Corp. made the announcement in person on The Game Awards stage.
Work Together or Die Together (GTFO)– 2017 (Maybe)
From the designer of Payday and Payday 2, a brand new first-person shooter developed by 10 Chambers has been announced to the world. Intense combat and relying heavily on teamwork along with puzzle-solving, GTFO being released by a brand new indie studio. From the looks of it, you would have never guessed an indie team of 10 put this game together.
Zelda: Breath of The Wild | The Champions’ Ballad – DLC Pack 2 | AVAILABLE NOW
Besides the grand opening and teaser of a new weapon and Link riding a motorcycle named “The Master Cycle Zero”, there wasn’t too much information offered but there’s a plus. Developers let the gaming community know that it is available now. This DLC looks spectacular and the Gigamax crew cannot wait to spend countless hours exploring all of the new content this DLC is sure to bring.
One question, do your souls still burn? The world welcomes back this classic fighter from Bandai Namco Entertainment and the crowd lost their minds when the news broke. New gaming platforms allowed the developers to bring an entirely new level of graphics and environmental detail that was never before seen in a Soulcalibur game. This is high on the must play list for the Gigamax crew.
Fortnite 50v50 Mode
Available right now, this unique game mode is truly something unique. Pitting 50 players against another team of 50 will surely bring an incredible experience. Building, shooting and working as a gigantic team is an exciting prospect.
Flash Sale Celebration
In celebration of the award ceremony, The Game Awards 2017 is hosting a sale on Xbox Live, Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store, and Steam. This year they’re teaming up with eBay and offering exclusive deals on gaming hardware and gear. Also, there’s still time to enter The Game Awards 2017 ULTIMATE GIVEAWAY! [Hyperlink: https://wyng.com/campaign/831410]
Watch The Full Event
This years game award was actually much less awkward than expected. With hysterical jokes, mind-blowing music performances, and spectacular visuals, this is not an event to miss.
Watch This Craziness from The Game Awards 2017…
There was so much incredible content announced at The Game Awards 2017 that this article won’t be able to cover it all. Be sure to check back on GigamaxGames.com as the crew breaks down the entire event throughout the rest of December as they break down the entire event and offer in-depth insights into all the major announcements. Follow Gigamax Games on Twitter and Facebook to keep up with the latest content.
Do you know what December game releases your going to buy in time for that long holiday break? NO?! That’s alright, Gigamax has your back. It can be hard to keep up with all the intense holiday planning and latest video game news, that’s why we’ve taken the liberty of curating the perfect list of December game releases. Whether you’re buying them as presents or for yourself, this is everything you’ll need to keep your eye on.
December Game Releases
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
The world of Alrest has never been less at rest! This latest installment of the Xenoblade series follows the adventure of Rex after he is magically bonded with the humanoid weapon, Pyra. This “blade” is one of the many sentient weapons our hero makes friends with along the journey. One of Nintendo’s biggest releases this year, it is sure to please. If you enjoy JRPG’s and hours of quests, definitely don’t pass this title up.
Fallout 4 VR
Bethesda claims they don’t want to set the world on fire, but one can argue this release will figuratively do that. Enter the wasteland in the most personal way available. This reskinned journey takes down the barrier and puts you in the shoes of the sole survivor. Fallout 4 VR is sure to please any fan of this incredible series but it isn’t our fault if seeing a Deathclaw gives you an actual heart attack.
It’s finally time for console players to experience this gaming phenomenon! PUBG is making its way to the Xbox and opens up chicken dinners to a whole new community. This game started a revolution of “Battle Royale” simulators and its player base has literally not stopped growing since it came out. This game is the perfect addition to any fan of FPS or third person shooters list, but remember once you’re on the battleground the only rule is survival… And a whole list of other nonsense.
Full List of December Game Releases
Doom VFR (PSVR, Vive) – December 1
Gear Club (Switch) – December 1
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Switch) – December 1
Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package (PS4) – December 5
Steep – Road to the Olympics (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – December 5
Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris – December 5
Bravo Team (PSVR) – December 6
Reigns: Her Majesty (PC, iOS, Android) – December 7
Hello Neighbor (Xbox One, PC) – December 8
Loco Roco 2 Remastered (PS4) – December 9
Fallout 4 VR (Vive) – December 12
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (Xbox One) – December 12
Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – December 12