Bethesda finds that most players would rather cooperate than fighting each other
A senior Bethesda official has recently revealed that the Fallout 76 team was very surprised by the fact that very few players engaged in their new player vs player combat system. Instead, most of their player base was focused more on cooperation with other players to defeat tough opponents.
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Outer Wilds wins Best Game award at 2020 BAFTA Game Awards
Both Outer Wilds and Disco Elysium dominated this year's BAFTA Game Awards, winning three awards each. The Best Game award went to Outer Wilds and the Best Debut went to Disco Elysium. Control and Death Stranding only won one award each despite having the most nominations. The ceremony took place online.
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Rayman Legends to be the first in a series of Ubisoft giveaways
The world-famous platformer 'Rayman Legends' is currently free for anyone who wishes to download it. Ubisoft has said that it intends to give away a large number of games over the next few weeks in order to encourage social distancing. The game will be available until April 4th and can be downloaded from the Uplay.
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The consumer response to Half Life: Alyx will determine if the games continue to use VR
Valve has said that the form of the next Half-Life game will be determined by the response to Half-Life: Alyx, a game made entirely for VR. Critics have been praising the game since it's release, especially for its revolutionary use of VR technology. The company still has not confirmed Half-Life 3.
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Ubisoft says coronavirus will slow down Rainbow Six Siege development
French video game studio Ubisoft has announced that the coronavirus has disrupted the company's regular operations. They have said that development on most of their projects, such as the incredibly popular Rainbow Six Siege, will have to either pause or at least slow down for the foreseeable future. The company has enacted a work from home policy for its employees.
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