Tencent Games may have been reamed in a bad way by the Chinese government with the new sanctions on new game releases, or rather the restrictions of new games not being allowed to be released onto the market in the mainland, however the company is still releasing new PC games for everybody else, including the new Battle Royale game Ring of Elysium. Continue reading “Ring Of Elysium Launches Sept 19th, Features Snowboarding, Avalanches, And Monster Trucks”
Tencent has been reported to launch the international version of WeGame sometime in the future. This report comes after a spokesman for Tencent on Friday explained that the “platform” will hopefully “bring more Chinese games to the global market.” Continue reading “Tencent Reportedly Launching A Global Version Of WeGame Platform”
Cheating is serious business, and cheating in a game like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is considered illegal, especially if distribution of cheat tools are involved. PUBG Corporation announced that after Tencent game had more than 100 cheaters arrested late last year, 15 more cheaters and cheat distributors have been arrested and fined $5.1 million. Continue reading “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Dev Has 15 More Cheaters Arrested And Fined $5.1 Million”
Wizards of the Coast and Tencent have partnered up and announced that Magic: The Gathering Arena will be making its way to China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos, and Brunei. Continue reading “Magic: The Gathering Arena Headed To China Thanks To Tencent”
PUBG Corporation announced that shortly after releasing the mobile variant of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds globally for the iOS and Android smart devices, the game ended up becoming the number one most downloaded app in over 100 different countries and regions. Continue reading “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile Version Becomes #1 App In 100 Countries”
Ninja Theory’s Hellblade may or may not have been the cup of tea for certain gamers, but one thing was unequivocally and unarguably noteworthy about the project: the ability to directly translate performance capture with cinematic quality graphics into the real-time in-engine runtime of the Unreal Engine 4’s design and animation pipeline.
In simple terms, instead of having a giant Hollywood-style performance capture studio go through all the voice and motion capture procedures in a separate studio, and then capture the data and send it over to the animation team to clean it up and implement it into the game at a different studio, Ninja Theory managed to do all of the cinematic performance capture in-house and record it directly into the Unreal Engine 4 without requiring any third-party clean-up, alterations or modifications. Continue reading “Unreal Engine 4 Games Featuring Ray-Tracing DXR Will Release In Late 2018”
Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation announced that the mobile download for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is currently available both for iOS users and Android owners. Continue reading “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile Download Now Available In Certain Regions”
Tencent Games’ Arena of Valor is gearing up for release on the Nintendo Switch, making it one of the first MOBA games to arrive for Nintendo’s little hybrid console. There’s a new closed beta set to take place for those of you living in Europe. Continue reading “Arena Of Valor Nintendo Switch Closed Beta Sign-Ups Are Live For Europeans”
[Update: The creative director, Brendan Greene, has apologized to SJWs and has vowed to remove the camel toe from PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds]
[Original article:] Every game will eventually succumb to the scrutiny of Social Justice Warriors. It’s one of those things that has become pervasive in today’s gaming industry. A lot of people take almost anything out of a game and attempt to perceive it as a slight or offense against them or whatever intersectional group they represent on the progressive stack. Well, that’s exactly what happened recently when SJWs caught wind of a post on Reddit that indicated that camel toes had been added to the female underwear in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Continue reading “SJWs Freak Out Over Perceived Camel Toe In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds”
Tencent Games announced recently that they have partnered with Bluehole Studios to publish PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to China for mobile devices. The announcement was made via a press release that was first reported on Tech.qq on November 27th, 2017. Continue reading “Tencent Bringing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds To China For Mobile Devices”
Tencent Games recently revealed that in addition to adding a Battle Royale mode to Call of Duty: Online, which is currently available as a free-to-play title in China, they’re also bringing out a new Battle Royale-themed survival game in 2018. Continue reading “Europa, Chinese Battle Royale Game Is What Newer Far Cry Games Should Be Like”
The Chinese version of Call of Duty: Online is currently testing a new Battle Royale mode based on the one made popular by Bluehole Studios in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Unlike the Unreal Engine 4-powered first-person shooter, you won’t have access to the same level of customization and it won’t be 100 players per map, but they did increase the player count to 18, and you do have to scavenge one of the larger maps featured in a Call of Duty game. Continue reading “Call Of Duty: Online In China Gets 18-Player Battle Royale Mode In December”
China’s General Office from the China Audio-Video Copyright Association censured Bluehole Studios’ PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, claiming that the Battle Royale survival game was not conducive for China’s “socialist values”.
Continue reading “China Censures PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds For Disrupting Their Socialist Values”