We first saw Watch Dogs, Ubisoft’s open-world third-person action adventure game, about two years ago at E3. It was supposed to be a launch title for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but was delayed until this year. We didn’t mind, because the graphics were stunning and the concept was cool—enough that it made our most-anticipated games list two years in a row.
Wolfenstein: The New Order begins with an assault on the Baltic Sea stronghold of General Deathshead, the villain from 2009’s Wolfenstein. The Allies are losing the war, owing to advanced Nazi technology like huge tripod robots that shoot lightning bolts, giant robot dogs, and jet fighters protecting the base. The New Order establishes its sci-fi credentials early, breaking from the tradition of the last few Wolfenstein games, which were more concerned with the undead and occult magic.
Google will announce that it is expanding multiplayer capabilities to support iOS as well as adding new developer dashboard tools.
Google is launching myriad new gaming capabilities for Android fans as well as expanded new capabilities for Android game developers at this week's Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco.
Mozilla has teamed up with Unity to run its games on the Web without plugins -- but with an add-on.
Today, Epic Games and Mozilla are demonstrating how the Web is continuing to evolve as a powerful platform for gaming by providing a sneak peek of Epic’s Soul and Swing Ninja demos, running in Firefox at near-native speeds. This video is the first glimpse of Unreal Engine 4 running on the Web without plugins.