News

Apex Legends Dev: Cross-Play Will not Routinely Embrace PC Gamers

Obtained a information tip? Is there one thing you suppose we needs to be reporting on? E-mail news@usgamer.net. Apex Legends goes cross-play at this Fall, however that does not imply console gamers are going to be steamrolled by PC gamers. An engineer at Respawn has revealed that there are particular situations to be matched up with PC gamers in cross-play. Speaking to TikTok over the weekend (and first reported by Wccftech), Respawn engineer Jake Smullin acknowledged that he “needed to clear one thing up about crossplay. You’ll solely be in…

Read More
News

Kerbal Area Program Dev Declares New Balsa Mannequin Flight Simulator Title

The thoughts behind Kerbal Area Program, Felipe Falanghe, created his personal growth agency, Floating Origin Studios. He’ll staff up with writer The Irregular Company, recognized for his or her work on the profitable PC Constructing Simulator and Homicide by Numbers, to convey the studio’s first title to stay, the Balsa Mannequin Flight Simulator. The identify attracts inspiration from the Balsa wooden used to create airplane fashions for varsity festivals and collectors. Just like Falanghe’s authentic creation, Balsa Mannequin Flight Simulator, permits customers to create airplanes with nice element and deep customization choices. You already know folks will strive…

Read More
News

Soma Dev Frictional Games Teases Their Upcoming Title

Developer Frictional Games, known for their impressive work on eerie and horror titles SOMA and the Amnesia franchise, recently started teasing their upcoming title. The fact that the studio is currently working on a new title is definitely not new. Back in 2017, Frictional Games’ statement went into detail on how the money gained from SOMA and other income streams are being used, and at the time, there were two unannounced projects in the works. The first project was already in “full production” state as “about 80% of the team is currently working on it.” On…

Read More
News

Microsoft Has Told We Happy Few Dev to “Keep Making Really Weird” Games

[quads id=10] Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. Over the course of developing We Happy Few, Compulsion Games went from being a five-person indie team to an Xbox first-party studio. As it looks ahead to what its next project will be, Compulsion’s creativity won’t be held back by any mandates from its new parent company. In a new documentary about the development of We Happy Few called “The Cost of Joy,” Compulsion Games producer Sam Abbott says trying to maintain…

Read More
News

Rainbow Six Siege Changes Core Dev Team, as Former Leads Move to New Projects

[quads id=10] Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. The core development team behind Ubisoft’s door-busting tactical shooter is getting a significant shake-up. After four years at the helm, several members of Rainbow Six Siege’s core development team are pursuing new interests within Ubisoft and handing the reins of Siege to the next generation. Announced in a post yesterday, a few members of the core team of Rainbow Six Siege are tackling something new. This includes creative director Xavier Marquis and…

Read More
News

Terminator: Resistance Dev Censored the Sex Scenes Because of Sony and Microsoft

While the new Terminator: Resistance game is the first legit video game in the Terminator franchise, the developers of the game have included sex scenes to complete the homage to the original Terminator movie(s). We’ve learned the scenes have been seemingly censored. The news comes via the game’s Steam forums, where users have been digging through source files to see how many potential endings there are. The protagonist is able to romance one of two women, culminating in a sex scene. Users discovered the scenes were censored. The game appears…

Read More
News

Wargroove Dev Responds to Backlash for Casting White Actors to Play Non-White Characters

Chucklefish has shown off more of the upcoming DLC planned for Wargroove, including the voice actors behind the new characters. It took a bit but users started to notice that white actors were cast to play non-white characters, and since then the developer has clarified the casting decisions. The developer responded recently noting the actors were cast via an external casting agency so they would avoid having “unconscious biases impact who we hired to work on Wargroove, and to handle the auditions blindly.” This means they chose the actors based on…

Read More
News

Dreams Dev Ends Early Access Next Week; ‘Best of’ Awards Voted by Community

Media Molecule’s Dreams is a daring and unique title. The idea of having an empty space for players to unleash their wildest dreams, (pun intended), and build games and challenges for other players to try and overcome, skyscrapers, recreations of the world’s most famous monuments, and much much more. Dreams went into early access on PlayStation 4 on the 16th of April earlier this year, and the developer is finally ready to close our this phase of the title’s development. However, Media Molecule always stressed how Dreams will always thrive…

Read More
News

New Dev Diary Series Released for Crusader Kings III

Paradox Interactive has released a new developer diary series for Crusader Kings III. The video, as seen above, recaps all the dev diaries and announcements released throughout November. Here’s a rundown of the game: An Heir is Born in Crusader Kings III Crusader Kings III is the newest generation of Paradox Development Studio’s beloved medieval role-playing grand strategy game. Expand and improve your realm, whether a mighty kingdom or modest county. Use marriage, diplomacy and war to increase your power and prestige in a meticulously detailed map that stretches from…

Read More
News

Codemasters Acquires Project Cars Dev Slightly Mad Studios

Codemasters has announced they’ve acquired Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios. The new acquisition includes the Project Cars franchise, as well as an “unannounced Hollywood blockbuster title.” Frank Sagnier will keep his position as CEO of Codemasters Group, while Ian Bell will keep his position as founder and CEO of Slightly Mad Studios. With this new acquisition, Codemasters now employs 700 people with offices across London, Birmingham, Southam, and Runcorn. “We are delighted to bring such an incredible racing game developer to the Codemasters family, and this unequivocally establishes us as a…

Read More