Riders Republic’s deep dive trailer shows it’s the silly open world sports game I want
Riders Republic is an open world racing/extreme sports game – like SSX meets Forza Horizon – and it still looks great based on this new deep dive trailer.
Videogames’ most famous uncle returns in Watch Dogs: Legion’s first major story expansion, Bloodline. Yes, it’s Aiden Pearce from the original Watch_Dogs, who heads to London for a job (and perhaps to visit his nephew, who is namechecked in the new trailer below.
Although this is billed as an “announce” trailer, we’ve known about Bloodline and Aiden Pearce’s appearance for a while thanks to Legion’s DLC roadmap. Ubisoft have shuffled around the running order of updates a few times and Bloodline is now due to arrive on July 6th.
Rocksmith+ is Ubisoft’s new guitar-learning subscription service
It’s a new version of Rocksmith, Ubi’s music-learning game, and it’s arriving as a subscription service later this year.
I remain somewhat surprised. I’ve seen folks mentioned that they prefer Watch_Dogs to the latter games due to its “grittier” story, but I thought Aiden Pearce was a soggy packet of cheese and onion crisps in my Watch Dogs review. I’m not sure a longer beard was what the character was missing.
The mission Aiden is on in London involves getting a device that allows owhoever has it to control an army of robots, which means you’re not the only criminal looking for it. Among those also vying for the object are the masked hacker Wrench from Watch Dogs 2, who is player for parts of the story.
E3 2021 may be over but our memories live on – see everything on our E3 hub. Many more big game showcases and streams are still to come this summer, leading up to Gamescom, so see our summer games stream schedule to stay up to date.
Rainbow 6 Siege PC will share progress with consoles but not play together
Ubisoft today detailed their plans for cross-platform multiplayer and progression in Rainbow Six Siege, sadly keeping PC peeps away from console pals.