Battlefield V

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Hitman 2 Includes New Co-Op Mode, Available Now Via Pre-Order

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IO Interactive announced yesterday that everyone's favorite silent assassin (if you're doing it right), Agent 47, will be returning in a brand new "world of assassination" in Hitman 2. This is a direct sequel to the episodic and extraordinarily fun quasi-reboot of Hitman that dropped in 2016. What's particularly exciting this time around is that a new co-op mode, called "Sniper Assassin," has been added, and it's available to play right now.The Sniper Assassin mode is a little bit different than the main game, where players are given an assassination target and allowed to figure out how to go about eliminating them freely. This mode has a slightly more arcade twist to it. Two players team up online to take out a few main targets (in the current map, there are three), and all of the bodyguards within a 15 minute time-span. As the name of the mode suggests, this is strictly a sniping missions, meaning you can't dress up like a cook and poison someone's food. By taking out the targets quickly and without causing too much of a ruckus, players will be awarded more points. The impact from the bullets can actually cause targets to flip head over heels and cause them to land in hiding places, such as ponds or bushes.

A Few Of BattleBlock Theater's Features Are Going Away Soon

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A Few Of BattleBlock Theater's Features Are Going Away Soon

If you can believe it, BattleBlock Theater recently crested its five-year anniversary.  The puzzle platformer/party game first graced us with its presence in 2013 as one of the last vestiges of the Xbox Live Arcade, with a PC port coming about a year later.Unfortunately, The Behemoth decided that the game has finally reached an age where they can start sunsetting a few of the more costly/time-consuming features.  The first of these is the ability to share created levels online.  Come June 25th, players will lose access to playlists and one-off community levels.  You can still use the game's Level Editor feature locally, but the game's marketplace of bespoke user creations will be gone.The other feature disappearing soon is BT's rotating block of unlockable Star Prisoners.  On the same date as the community levels go offline, players will no longer be able to snag special characters (at least through that avenue).  In case folks are still trying to unlock some of those prisoners, The Behemoth will be offering characters at a rate of three per day until the 25th to ensure everyone has a final chance to grab who they want.

[E3 2018] - Strange Brigade Co-Op Trailer Shows off A Fantastical 1930s

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[E3 2018] - Strange Brigade Co-Op Trailer Shows off A Fantastical 1930s

A brand new co-op trailer just dropped for Strange Brigade, an upcoming 3rd person shooter from Sniper Elite developer Rebellion. The four player co-op game puts players in the shoes of a set of adventurers set in the 1930s as they uncover monsters and creatures of the fantasy sort. Mummies? Check. Zombies? Check. Giant spiders? Check.The one interesting thing this trailer shows off is just how interactive the game hopes to be - with numerous traps and puzzles set throughout the environment to not only help you proceed, but maximize damage to large groups of enemies. Strange Brigade will be out on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on August 28th. It features four player online co-op throughout the campaign.

Generation Zero Pits You And Your Buddies Against Deadly Machines

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Avalanche Studios announced their newest self-published game today, Generation Zero. The title will follow in the footsteps of their previous works and be an open-world game, but there's a little bit of a different twist here. Set in a reimagined Sweden during the 1980s, you and up to three buddies can team up to fight off a hostile force of machines.The announcement came early this morning from Avalanche on the new Generation Zero Twitter account, which was then retweeted by the developer's Twitter. As with all good video game announcements, there was a link to the official website and an announcement trailer to give us a little flavor of the title. Going beyond that, the website features a letter from Emil Kraftling, the game's director, that offers up his perspective on what the game is. Specifically, Emil says the team views this as a "guerilla action game, because it helps paint the picture of how the odds are stacked against you." He goes on to talk about how you'll be scavenging cars, sheds, and other things in the world to find some loot that will help you take on the robots, which are much bigger and stronger than you, a puny human; and sometimes, discretion is the better part of valor and you'll do better to avoid combat.

Skate 3's Servers Are Online Again, Who Knows For How Long

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I love this time of the year. Those couple weeks and days leading up to E3 when speculation and rumors run wild. In this case, those rumors revolve around the possibility of Skate 4 becoming an actual thing. The reason? For some reason nobody can understand, EA has switched the servers back on for Skate 3. If you miss doing tricks with your buddies, now's your chance.To be clear, the servers coming back on means that all online functionality is currently restored and working. You can share your own custom skate parks and download others', you can team up with up to five friends online to tackle challenges together or just do silly things, and share photos of your sickest grinds. EA, for their part, has made no statement or acknowledgment of any of this, which only serves to further folks' furor over the possibility that Skate 4 will be announced in a couple days during the EA Play conference. We'll just have to tune in and find out. For now, let's all enjoy the excellent intro video to Skate 3.

Bus Simulator 18 Pulls Up To The Curb Next Week

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The world of simulation games is about to get a bit bigger. After you're done being a surgeon, managing a farm, repairing cars in a garage, and managing a soccer (sorry, football) team, why not manage your own bus company? Bus Simulator 18 will arrive next Tuesday, June 13, and will not only let you run your own fleet of buses, but get behind the wheel and drive the routes. Oh yeah; honk, honk, beep, beep, coming through!The title will support online co-op for up to four players, so you and your buddies can all take a bus and drive around the city. Try your best not to run into each other or play chicken, though, ok? People are depending on you to safely take them from one location to another. Bus Simulator 18 will also launch with mod and Steam Workshop support, so you can expect some rather interesting community developed add-ons to spice things up a bit.Bus Simulator 18 will be available on PC digitally via Steam for $34.99 on June 13, 2018. Four player online co-op will be supported in