Street Fighter V
Street Fighter V, confirmed by mistake for PS4 and PC.
Even before the show The Game Awards 2014 tonight and PlayStation Experience event which will take place this weekend, Capcom released accidentally teaser trailer for what was meant to be, without a doubt, one of the ads surprise this weekend: Street Fighter V.
Meanwhile, teaser disappeared from the official channel, but you can watch it in full below. The problem seems simple: we have the new title of the most popular series of fighting games in history, to be released exclusively for PlayStation 4 and PC. Stay tuned for details when Capcom will officially unveil the game.
Destiny Expansion I: The Dark Below – still before launch trailer
Before the launch scheduled for next week, Activision and Bungie gave a new trailer of The Dark Below, the first expansion pack for Destiny online shooter. The sequences below, you can admire some of the new content will be added to this expansion.
Among other things, Destiny Expansion I: The Dark Below will provide new weapons, armor and equipment, level limit will be increased to 32, will be introduced new quests and Story Missions, a new cooperative Strike three new maps for multiplayer component competitive, and a new raid to six players.
Destiny Expansion I: The Dark Below will be released on December 9, 2014 and will be available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The Xbox One Dark Below can be purchased individually (at a price equivalent to $ 19.99 / £ 19.99) or as part of expansion Pass ($ 34.99 / £ 34.99), along with House of Wolves, the second expansion pack for Destiny.
Rainbow Six: Siege – Ubisoft promises as precise control.
Ubisoft has released a new video dedicated game Rainbow Six: Siege. This time, the focus is on the idea of total control of the player character in the game, different animations (such as applying a protective wall) can be interrupted at any time to fight back against an enemy attack; also renounced the idea of a cover system default for the ability to lean in any direction you want.
Although Rainbow Six: Siege will focus on multiplayer, Ubisoft has promised that the game will offer a single player campaign, the new Rainbow Six title is designed as a complete package for fans of the series.
Rainbow Six: Siege will be released in 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and Ubisoft has promised that all versions of the game for run at 60 frames per second.