The biggest event in game industry of them all called E3 is on the way and the developers are teasing gamers with new amazing sreenshots and trailers. Check out what happened this week in our weekly column!
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – The Mechanical Apartheid Trailer
Developers presented new live action trailer for new Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
In 2027, mechanically-augmented people all over the world suffered from extreme psychotic delusions, lost control of themselves, and started attacking people. Millions died. Hundreds of thousands more were injured and maimed.
In the wake of this global catastrophe, society has become divided by hatred, prejudice, and fear, with many countries now enacting harsh laws. The most notable of these laws is the highly controversial “Human Restoration Act”, aimed at isolating “Augs” and keeping them away from “Naturals”.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is coming August 23rd, 2016 on PS4.
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Ghost Recon Wildlands Gameplay Trailer
Ubisoft presented new trailer for its Ghost Recon Wildlands. What a potential!
ABSOLVER: UE4 ONLINE MELEE ACTION
ECHO: STYLISH SI-FI STUFF FROM COPENHAGEN
Ultra Ultra is focused on creating game experiences meant to transport the player into the far reaches of imagination. The developers are trying to approach this medium with originality and curiosity, awe and wonder. The debut trailer of their game ECHO certainly evokes similar emotions. More here.
PLAYSTATION4 SALES SURPASS 40 MILLION UNITS WORLDWIDE
Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) today announced that PlayStation4 has cumulatively sold through more than 40 million units to consumers worldwide as of May 22, 2016, continuing to demonstrate the fastest-selling console in PlayStation history. PS4 software sales also remain strong, with more than 270.9 million copies sold in retail stores globally and through digital downloads on PlayStation®Store as of May 22, 2016. Great news, Sony fans!
Uncharted 4’s Sales Surpass 2.7 Million in First Week
In its first week Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End shows great results with more than 2.7 million units sold. The figure shows number copies of the game sold to customers, as opposed to shipped to retailers, and includes both physical and digital sales as of May 16. Still, sadly not as good as Uncharted 3 results, which reportedly shipped 3.8 million globally on day-one. But there was a larger audience! Congratulations on another success Naughty Dog!