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Assassin’s Creed Chronicles begins with China


I am stupidly excited for the next entry into the Assassin’s Creed series – Chronicles. The new trilogy kicks off with China, and the launch trailer is below – it looks wonderful!

In 16th-century China the recently appointed Jiajing Emperor instigated a sudden and ruthless purge of all he felt were a danger to his newly acquired throne, including the Chinese Brotherhood of Assassins. A young Assassin, Shao Jun, fled to the West to complete her training under the legendary Assassin Ezio Auditore in the animated short Assassin’s Creed: Embers and has returned, determined to restore the Chinese Brotherhood of Assassins.

The fun begins tomorrow, April 21 – I can’t wait to get home and download this!

Trials Fusion receives its final piece of ‘planned’ DLC


10 new tracks, 24 challenges, 5 achievements and a variety of new objects for the track editor – this is “Life after the incident” the sixth and final piece of planned DLC for Trials Fusion, and available to download now for Xbox One – free to those who own the season pass.

In After the Incident players investigate the causes of the disaster that has devastated Earth. Following tragic events, the flourishing world as we know it has brutally passed away, leading to a vast field of ruins and the broken dreams of a whole civilisation. Riders must proceed with caution as they navigate through ruined cities and devastated ecosystems.


Ubisoft announce brand new Assassin’s Creed trilogy


Ubisoft have revealed that Assassin’s Creed Chronicles will be the next title in the popular series, however it’s not what you might expect! Chronicles is a trilogy that will take you on a journey spread over three games with three different assassins, across three different periods in history and three different empires – China, India and Russia.

Check out the trailer below… Do I spot a bit of UbiArt! It looks fantastic and I’m already buzzing with excitement. The side scrolling 2.5D action will make for a great change of pace to the series and has a Prince of Persia vibe about the gameplay.

China will be the first chronicle in the series, which will release on April 22.

Collector’s Edition and Operator system are headed to Rainbow Six Siege



Ubisoft have announced that Rainbow Six Siege will have its own Collector’s Edition, which will include:

    Full game Collector’s box Gold Skins Pack for all in-game weapons Exclusive 120-page Tactical Guide

The edition can be pre-ordered now from the Uplay Shop. Remember, if you do pre-order the game you’ll get access into the upcoming beta for the game. To sweeten the deal, if you do pre-order from the Uplay Store, you are “guaranteed” access to the beta and also receive an ‘exclusive numbered steel book’ with the game.

Ubisoft have also announced that an Operators system will be at the heart of Rainbow Six Siege – here’s the trailer.

Made up from the best of the best, Operators go back to the roots of the Rainbow Six series – a team made up of specialists from the World’s Special Forces – each member has a unique skill, or rather a preference in how to get things done.

Check out the trailer below to hear more about the system direct from the developers and be sure to join Ubisoft on March 30 at 7pm UK time when they will be streaming the game on Twitch.

Rainbow Six: Siege – it’s ‘beta’ to pre-order


If you want a sneak peek at what’s in store for the Rainbow Six series, then you best get your pre-order in.

Currently Ubisoft are trialling a closed Alpha test that was only available to PC owners, the Beta however will roll out across platforms.

The Closed Alpha and the Closed Beta will help us to build a stable experience and to playtest game elements on a very large scale. Whether you’re testing early on PC during the closed alpha, or helping us validate the experience once we open on all platforms, we’re looking forward to interacting with you and working together to make Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege the best it can be at launch.

The GAME pre-order page notes that Beta codes are due to be distributed from today and that you will need a Uplay account to sign up. If you don’t fancy pre-ordering the game, but would still like the chance to join the close beta, then you can join the ‘waiting list’ after completing a short survey.

Far Cry 4 – Valley of the Yetis release date announced

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Our friends at Ubisoft have just announced the release date for the next DLC pack in its gripping Far Cry 4 game. The expansion places you on top of a mountain, stranded with no immediate way off. You find a camp but have to battle for it, defending it from waves and waves of a strange mysterious cult. You think your alone but you’re mistaken, something lurks in the dark, you are in the Valley of the Yetis.

The new Far Cry 4 DLC Valley of the Yetis is a pure fight for survival and the choice is yours, do you take on the fight alone or with a friend. Will you survive and make your way off the mountain and will you discover the mystery behind the yetis.

The Valley of the Yetis DLC will be available on March 10th and comes as part of the Season Pass, otherwise you can buy it separately. This looks like another great addition to the already existing DLC’s and if you are itching to find out more check out the trailer below.

AC: Unity patch finally removes Companion App requirements


Almost three months after its initial launch on the Xbox One, Ubisoft have finally listened to consumers and removed the companion app requirements that were littered throughout Assassin’s Creed: Unity.

The latest patch that has just released on the Xbox One means that all the Initiate chests that were previously locked away behind the ridiculous companion app, can now be accessed whenever you stumble across them, which means I’m going to be booting that game up later today to collect the rest of them.

As well as this fantastic news, the latest update fixes a variety of other bugs such as random crashes, gear unlocks and textures issues. Unity may have had a rough launch but it’s slowly becoming a great game.

The patch should be available to download now and the full details can be found below or on the Ubisoft site. 

Stability & performance

    Fixed numerous random crashes both on Campaign and Coop

Save game & Progression

    Fixed gear and outfit rewards getting relocked Added users profile corrector to resolve companion synchronization issues Made Initiate and companion app exclusive content accessible to all players Fixed the ‘Find Leon’ objective not spawning on Dead Kings Memory 2

Online matchmaking, connectivity & replication

    Fixed various matchmaking and connection issues both in matches and when starting a match. Fixed various replication issues between host and clients Fixed issues with the My Club feature

Gameplay (navigation, fight, stealth)

    Fixed issue with Arno losing control after trying to launch Initiates from the pause menu Fixed minor navigation issues

Menus and HUD

    Fixed issues occurring when hacking gears Fixed additional issues with notifications

World & 3D

    Fixed some minor FX and texture issues

Trivial Pursuit Live! available now


Ah, what better way to spend a wet half-term day in with the kids, than arguing over the answer to a Trivial Pursuit question? As of today, you can do just that without having to worry about whether you’ve got all of the little wedges in the box.

Ubisoft and Hasbro Gaming have released the launch trailer for Trivial Pursuit Live! Coming out on Xbox One and 360, this takes the game to a new level with a fresh, new, TV show style and all-new question types to puzzle over.

Developed by Longtail Studios, this modern twist will feature adaptive difficulty levels and unique catch-up rounds that will offer players an original experience.

A bit of trivia before the trailer, Trivial Pursuit was first conceived by Canadian Chris Haney, in 1979. Here’s that trailer.

Far Cry 4 Overrun DLC Released


Our friends at Ubisoft have just announced the release of its 3rd DLC pack for its gripping Far Cry 4 game. The expansion named Overrun brings 4 new maps, Waterfront, Steelhead, Training and Reeducation and one new PVP mode. The maps have been especially crafted for the expansion and the PVP mode, so-called Overrun, will have you defending certain areas of the map while your opponents attack before having to quickly switch to a new area. This means that not only are you battling for control but also who gets there first.

Not only do you get the 4 new maps and a new multiplayer mode but they have also thrown in access to the dune buggy, something we think you might need as you dash from one area to another on the maps and also the Map Editor maps. This means you and a friend can now play all the maps created by other players within the game.

Available now to download for the Xbox One and the Xbox 360, Overrun looks like another good addition to the already existing DLC’s and the good news to all season pass holders, it’s free.

The Crew has another patch on the way, online fixes and PvP inbound


After it’s extremely rough launch late last year, Ubisoft are in the process of releasing yet another patch for The Crew which will hopefully fix a lot of the remaining issues that players are still facing.

As well as fixing a lot of problems, a brand new PvP mode is being introduced. The main goal? Eliminate everyone in the race on one of ten new tracks. Sounds interesting, at least.

You can find the full patch notes below.

New Content

    New PvP mode The new PvP mode is an elimination race with 10 new tracks available. New faction missions Four new faction missions will be released with the patch on Thursday, February 12.

Fixes and Updates Online

    The quick co-op feature has been improved, and several bugs related to joining sessions have been fixed. PvP lobby improvements
      Enabled browsing of players after selecting cars.

    PvP session improvements

      Matchmaking should now allow players to find more players quicker.


    Fixed the issue that was causing statistics to display incorrect data and/or simply reset the data. Previous data will not be restored, but new statistics should not be lost anymore.


    Fixed an issue related to unlocking and tracking the progress of certain awards.


    Fixed an issue related to progression on challenges.

Frame rate

    Improved frame rate in cockpit view.


    Fixed an issue when applying certain parts.


    Fixed an issue related to a friend’s presence in game – their status will be set to offline when they quit the game.


    Improvements and tweaking of several cars’ handling and speed.