I want to be hype so bad for this. Especially since it's on PC. But I just can't trust the French-Canadians.
same boat here, everyone is aware of the ubi. everytime i say i want it, my coworkers say, "but it's ubisoft" still gonna buy it because theres no way i wont have $60 worth of fun. borderlands with less memes is what i'm hoping for
I work on the game but can't really say much due to NDA. I've worked on it for over a year and I think people will enjoy it, especially if you liked the idea behind Destiny. There will be more marketing for it soon.
>any large project that's remotely ambitious
Ayy lmao enjoy you're clusterfuck. They can't even keep Rainbow Six Siege stable despite being a fairly simple game in terms of scope.
This shit is going to be Watchdogs 2.0 in terms of disappointment.
am i literally the only person on this planet that is excited for pic related
oh i see,
well wildlands isnt that
its actually pretty far into development
if anything id prefer it to be a vertical slice, because the concept is neat and doesnt need to be rushed.
but since its ubi itll be rushed which is my only fear for this
Why do you want to hype OP? Hype never did any good... Just wait a couple of months till all the patches and reviews roll in. My backlog can carry me into 2017, no need to chase anything
Not necessarily steam, but:
1. Steam (most of the library). Yay.
2. Origin. Ugh. But I do like me some of that sweet BF3 and enjoyed BF4 although doesn't much less time. Also Dead Space 3. Got bored of ME by the time of ME3.
3. Battle net. Pfft. But long time fan of Diablo and StarCraft.
4. Galaxy, very optional - respect CD ptoject, they steam to be one of the nicer companies around.
5. Uplay? No really, every fucking publisher is going to shove their drm platform down my throat now? Ubi just has the weakest lineup, so fucking them.
It's that proverbial straw that broke camels back. Ubi is too late, and their lineup is too weak, so fucking their shit. I'm not going to install yet another drm manager
Not when it's running on top of steam? I mean it's OK if people use uplay by itself, but if I buy game via steam, which already has drm, updater, social features, and ubi still requires me to launch their stuff on top - that's just saying " fuck you customer, we don't respect your choice". It's the same kind of retarded shit like amazon requiring you do disable Android security features and download apk instead of going through Google play store.
I hate this too, is it to hard to make a simple hit detector?
>Hit in the chest near heart
>lose a lot of health
>Hit in the arm
>cant aim well
>Hit in the leg
But no they always just make damage less for body shots and make you have to get headshots.
I understand that part. Which is why EA doesn't even publish their games on steam for example. They may be dicks, but it's their game, and they are free to do as they see fit. They don't pay steam, and at no time am I running two drm systems to launch a game.
But uplay is in another boat. I do party through steam, so ubi still losses that money, but now I'm also such with two drm systems running on top of each other.
World in Conflict was awesome, I hope they show the same high level of quality with this game. Cautiously optimistic right now.
having realistic damage doesn't really make sense in an RPG-like game though
>being hyped for videogames anymore
I wish I was, now im just hopeful because I've been burned to many times
pic related is ubisoft massives' library
not actually that cool looking,
id be more optimistic if they were working on a rts game