As Grand Theft Auto V’s next generation release draws closer, Rockstar Games has dropped a trailer featuring unexpected new gameplay. For the first time ever, players will be able to navigate Grand Theft Auto’s simulated cities in first person. NO, not just in your car, you’ll actually be able to walk, shoot, drive and everything else from the first person view, making for a more engaging experience. Take a look at the trailer above for yourself and be on the look out for GTA V for XBOX One & PS4 November 18th (PC Jan24th).
Ever since the EA Canada division took over for hockey, it seems as if the franchise has played more to the likes of a traditional arcade hockey game with heavy hits and frequent goals. Earlier today, the official trailer for NHL 15 was released and it appears that they are heading in the right direction with improved graphics and a slightly more accurate style of gameplay. The last highlight kinda hurt with Kane’s backhand game winner over the Wild. Stay tuned as NHL 15 is released this upcoming September 9th.
The long awaited game, Watch Dogs, has officially been delayed until May 27th, 2014. The game, which has had everyone ooing and awwing over the last year, will take a back seat for now as Ubisoft makes sure the release date goes as planned. Hopefully the games high expectations won’t make for one epic flop. If you are not familiar with the game, here is some brief info to help you catch up.
The game itself is an open world action-adventure game based in Chicago. In this third-person shooter, you are able to hack into just about everything to manipulate multiple outcomes of the game. This allows you to enter peoples bank systems, traffic lights, power to the city and many others. While the demo that was shown at E3 a year ago had way better graphics than this trailer, it has been rumored that this is the trailer for the PS3/360 versions of the game. If this is true, it is odd they wouldn’t be showing us the absolute best product that they have.
Watch Dogs will be released for every platform, including the Wii U (which has no release date as of yet).