Sports fans around the world are gearing up for a hectic 2014, with the early proceeds in January poised to determine the outcome of many, the tension is palpable. For Call of Duty eSports fans the tension is at an all time high following the barrage of team changes that occurred after November's MLG Columbus; many top teams have chopped and changed while others have completely disbanded, and with such calamity in mind, now's the perfect time for an event.
After being hit with a lofty delay so Ubisoft could polish the game further, Watch Dogs has somewhat slipped to the back of many gamer's minds. Originally scheduled for a November 2013 release, Watch Dogs' delay has been met with a barrage of disappointment, fuelled more by the lack of content surrounding it in the past few months. As of today, some good news may be coming our way if rumours are to be believed.
Following their announcement over the weekend that Ghosts would be seeing a host of changes in the near-future, Infinity Ward have released their first instalment of improvements to the game with the addition of a new game mode: Heavy Duty.
Today Curse and GOG.com announced a new partnership which gives all Curse Premium Members their choice of one of GOG's most popular titles - FREE! This offer applies to all current Premium members and all new Premium subscriptions purchased between now and December 31, 2014.
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia yesterday released a cinematic trailer for PS4 exclusive The Order: 1886, providing their fans with the same trailer that the western world enjoyed earlier this year, but this time dubbed in Japanese.