Want a bit more than the parkour in Brink? Take sliding to the extreme in the newest addition to the ever popular PC series Tribes, with Hi-Rez Studios new title Tribes:Ascended. The Tribes series has always been a straight up shooter concentrating on multiplayer only, with the series gimmik being each player is equipped with a jetpack which they can hurtle themself across the map with, and gaining enough speed allows players to "slide" across the landscape at incredible speeds making for a pretty unique playstyle in every match.
Big change for Tribes:Ascended is....this one won't cost you a penny to play! Yes after the flop Global Agenda was (Hi-Rez's Studios last game which is free to play on Steam), it is good to see the developers still see the great potential behind making a game free to play - and as a gamer on a budget, free is always a eye opening word I'm sure you will all agree. Tribes is also another eye opener, so to see the two together really gets me excited about the game...and did I mention its currently PC only? *shock*
Some intresting Brink news today
The games first DLC, Agents of Change, will be FREE for two weeks on Xbox LIVE, PSN, and Steam! The content is currently in submission at Microsoft and Sony, and we expect it to release in early July. the DLC features two all-new environments, five new player abilities, two new outfits, and two new weapon attachments. Check out the screenshots dont it just look lovley
Heroes of Stalingrad â€“ Competitive Support
Teamspeak Conference with Tripwire Interactive
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Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad is the next release (due in Q3/4 2011) from indie heroes Tripwire Interactive, the same team that brought you Killing Floor and Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45.
Rush Zone is proud to present a discussion on competitive functionality for the upcoming gaming, requested by the developers themselves.
If you wish to contribute to the development of competitive functionality for this new game, then we invite you to come and take part!
- SATURDAY 18TH JUNE @ 8pm GMT
- Teamspeak Conference - 188.8.131.52:9988 (no password)
- Broadcast and IRC - http://www.rush-zone.com/rushtv-live.html
With BF3 hitting this years E3 we got a first look into some actual multiplayer footage, as well as some information on the some of the features included in the game. Overall the game has been reported to be very smooth for something that is pre-alpha. And the people who tested it never noticed any framerate loss while playing. The game however, has a Battlefield: Bad Company 2 feel, but as many has already mentioned it is a lot more than that. If you try to jump over something you don't just simply jump, you see an animation of your solider leaping over, something that has become quite popular lately in games like Brink and Crysis 2, maybe we will see an interesting movement system in BF3 â€“ nothing has been confirmed yet though. Many described it as Bad Company 2 on crack with a BF2 feel to it, with mind-blowing graphics, more intense gameplay, amazing weapon customization, superb animations, but most important of all people have found it really good so far.