Battleborn by Gearbox Software is an online first-person shooter with multiplayer online battle arena components that demands you to do away with your foes and acquire points while you play, all whilst trying to destroy bosses scattered throughout the map. There are more than a dozen characters to select from and each one has its own set of powers and is associated with one of the 5 different factions in the game, not to mention that players will always begin with the same levels and they will rank up based upon their talent.
In genuine multiplayer online battle arena style, you obtain experience in addition to brand new capabilities and skills as you play. When you have enough skill points you can opt for a particular collection of perks which will help you to direct your character through the whole match up. Learn more about the various characters here.
Battle is fulfilling and there’s a big variety of firearms to start with meaning that you won’t have trouble fighting and abolishing adversaries as you play. Moreover, you will find heroes who have offensive capabilities, whereas others are assist centered and do a a lot better job in that regard. In addition, you get the ability to come across AI controlled adversaries as you play which make the game a lot more immersive. Want effective strategies for winning more matches? Visit this website for a full guide to the game.
Despite the fact that Battleborn is a multiplayer centric game, there is a story aspect that will connect with the multiplayers and with Three or more online game modes in multi-player, there is certainly plenty of content to pursue. Battleborn not long ago had an open beta and it will be released May 3 2016, you must give it a look if you enjoy ARTS or online first-person shooter games.
It’s only been two weeks since the release of Fallout 4’s first add-on, Automatron, but that’s not holding the Bethesda team back from pumping out even more content for the game. The developers announced today that a new DLC called Wasteland Workshop will be made available on Tuesday, April 12th.
Here’s the official trailer for the DLC:
This new add-on gives players access to a host of new items for their settlements including cages that can be used to capture living beings (including Deathclaws, Mirelurks, Raiders, and more), brand new lighting fixtures, taxidermy items, and loads more.
In addition to that, the trailer reveals that players will be able to construct a number of new traps including a rotating saw blade that glides side-to-side, gruesome ground-based spike traps, and spring traps to launch encroaching enemies off their feet onto the cold, hard surface of the post-apocalyptic world.
The add-on is set to be available on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam on April 12th. A price has not been mentioned just yet, but considering this DLC doesn’t seem to have as much content to it as Automatron – it would stand to reason that Wasteland Workshop should be priced under $9.99.
The latest update for Defiance, an MMO-shooter from Trion Worlds, has been dispatched to the PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3 platforms. This update provides players with new missions, pursuits, Arkfalls, and more. Additionally, with DM comes a few changes to a couple of the game’s weapons, a brand new lockbox available via the in-game store, and a new bundle pack as well.
Here are the full patch notes for the 3.4 update and details about what’s included:
We have to say, it’s rather awesome that the developers are still supporting this game despite its decline in popularity. We would love to see a second game (Defiance 2, if you will) come to the current generation of consoles (Xbox One and Playstation 4), but, sadly, Trion has already stated that they do not have any intentions of bringing the game to the newer platforms.