NOTE - This release is an add on for Assassins.Creed.IV.Black.Flag-RELOADED. It will add the Freedom Cry add on DLC. It will also update your game to v1.04. No previous update is required to apply this add on.
Install Info -
Install full game!
Apply the cracked content to game Installation and replace originals!
If like me you've been keeping an eye on the Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod but have yet to have a try of it, today is your lucky day as in just a few short hours, the mod hits Steam with its official release.
Over the past week or so there's been an extended testing period to iron out the last of the major bugs, stabilize the servers and really stress test them with decent numbers of players and clearly everything went to plan, as the official release is now happening. The JC2 MP mod is a complete conversion for the original single player sandbox, taking the island based, third person shooter/adventure title and turning it into a huge, open world multi-player experience. Supporting hundreds of players in individual instances and thousands across each island/server, the game lets you take part in races (skydiving, jet skis, cars and more) along with just causing havok for everyone else on the island.
You'll need the original Just Cause 2 on Steam in order to take advantage of the mod, but you should be able to download the latter for free in the next few hours. Check it NOW!
Rainbow 6: Patriots was announced in 2011 before being delayed to post-2013 then Ubisoft decided that it "wasn't working" and "had to be remade" from scratch for new-gen consoles.
"We had a core team. They had a good vision. They got started, and then the game wasn't working. So [they had] to start again," admitted Ubisoft North America president Laurent Detoc.
"There's an editorial group in Ubisoft, a big group, very influential. If the game is not good enough, they say it's not good enough. Most of the time, the team will say, 'yeah, I know.' But sometimes they want to continue in a direction where you say, 'no, it's not going to work,'" he explained.
But the team was incorrect on that one and in the end "Rainbow had to be remade." On the plus side however, the game Patriots is "going to have the benefit of the new consoles, if and when it comes out."
"It's one of those examples where you try, it doesn't work, you try again. If it doesn't work, we're not going to bring it to you," the Ubisoft CEO asserted.
The new Rainbow Six team has complete freedom to take or leave anything from the unreleased version. In fact, the game might not follow the same story or carry the Patriots moniker if they "don't want to do counter-terrorist guys".
Remember those concept and box art images of Sega and Creative Assemly's Alien: Isolation game? Well now we have some screeshots to go with them and oh boy does this look like it's on track to be a lot better than Aliens: Colonial Marines.
That's not saying much, so let me frank, this game has CRT monitors. That's a giant selling point for this game. Why? Because that's the tech that was used in the original Alien movie. Alien was released in 1979, so a game based around the Alien franchise, especially one that takes place not too long after the original film, should have faithful technology, which these screens have in abundance.
There's also a distinct lack of xenomorphs too, not one in fact. In all the screenshots there's not a single alien present and that's a good thing. Alien should be the equivalent of Amnesia in space. Aliens: Colonial Marines made much more sense to try and emulate something like Left 4 Dead, because the sequel was an action movie, but the original film was survival horror at its finest.
So let's count off. We've got: low-tech sci-fi, no aliens to be seen (yet), the traditional motion tracker and a distinct lack of aliasing which is nice to see.
Let's not get out hopes up yet, but I'm starting to get quietly excited by this one. I'm a big Alien fan and this gets the thumbs up from me. So far.
Valve has finally released the first public beta version of SteamOS.
SteamOS 1.0 is based on Debian Linux version 7.1 with Valve's proprietary Big Screen interface and Steam client to provide console-like experience. The operating system is designed for living room gaming on TV screens, but standard Linux desktop is readily available to run any other Linux application.
Being an early beta, Valve recommends that non-technical users shouldn't install SteamOS yet. The operating system currently supports a certain set of hardware that's going to expand significantly before official launch.
In the meanwhile, SteamOS's hardware requirements are as follows:
- Intel or AMD 64-bit capable processor
- 4GB or more memory
- 500GB or larger disk
- NVIDIA graphics card (AMD and Intel graphics support coming soon)
- UEFI boot support
- USB port for installation