Gaming news roundup

Since our last roundup was quite popular, thought we’d do it again today, so here it is, today’s gaming news all compile into one, easy to read, article.

The Darwin Project open beta weekend has begun

For those of you that haven’t heard, a new arena survival/battle royale game is coming to Xbox One and PC. That game is Darwin Project.

Set against a post-apocalyptic backdrop, an impending ice age has kick-started a twisted new reality show, in which participants must fight to the death to earn their survival. Darwin Project offers a competitive multiplayer third-person experience with an emphasis on survival. Players must withstand extreme environmental conditions, track opponents, craft tools, set traps, and negotiate temporary alliances to be the last one standing at sunrise.

And this weekend, you can get in on the action as the developers, Scavengers Studio, have begun their open beta. It all kicked off today, Friday, January 19 at Noon PST and gamers will have the game ripped out of their palms on Sunday, January 21 at 9:00pm PST. So, if you get time this weekend, head on over to Steam by clicking HERE and get involved.

Battalion 1944 closed beta has begun

Seems to be a running theme of betas here, oh well.

Having been in development for around 2 years now, UK developer Bulkhead Studios have begun their closed beta for Battalion 1944.

Heavily focused on competitive play, Battalion 1944 is inspired heavily by games such as CoD 2 and 4, which pretty much dominated the FPS scene between 2008-2012.

If you want to check out more developments on the game, including the developer’s plans for t throughout 2018, then you can do so by clicking HERE and visiting their website.

Break Arts II release date confirmed

Developed by Japanese outfit Mercury Studio, Break Arts II had its released date announced today by Active Gaming Media. The cyber battle racing game, which personally feels a little like Gundam meets Wipeout, will be available on indie gaming platform Playism on February 9th, 2018.

Check out the trailer below to see what Mercury Studio is bringing to the table:

Nantucket sets sail

Fish Eagle and Picaresque Studio’s new maritime PC strategy game Nantucket was officially released yesterday.

Set in the golden era of American whaling in the early 19th century, and based on the tales of Moby Dick, the game will let you captain your own ship, manage your crew and sail the seven seas in search for fame and fortune whilst also having to fight off pirates.

Available now from £13.99, the game can be downloaded via SteamHumble StoreGOG.comGamersgateGreen Man GamingFanaticalIndie Gala, and other local digital stores.

Along with the release came a new gameplay video too, which can be seen below:


And that’s our lot for today! Come back tomorrow for more new content from myself or one of the other Full Sync guys (or gals).

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