While we reported the other day that Creative Assembly might be working on a new Alien game, which people automatically assumed as Alien: Isolation 2, that’s not the case, sadly. According to a new report from Eurogamer’s sources, Creative Assembly is not working on Alien: Isolation 2. While the studio is indeed working on its next project, it won’t be an Alien game and is still years away from being finished. In addition to that, cross-referencing the credits for Creative Assembly’s latest game, Halo Wars 2, with that of Alien: Isolation’s, will reveal that the majority of the people who worked on Isolation are no longer at Creative Assembly — further adding to the veracity that the studio is not working on the horror sequel. Well, there you go, folks. Of course, there is the off-chance that Creative Assembly is working on it, but can’t announce anything at this time, or SEGA has tasked a new studio to develop the sequel, or it’s really not happening (which could be the case since it didn’t sell all that well). Once we hear anything about Alien: Isolation 2, we’ll be sure to let people know. In the meantime, go check out READ…
The latest issue of UK’s Official PlayStation Magazine (OPM) reveals that its sources have heard rumblings of a new Alien game planned by Alien: Isolation developer, Creative Assembly. The publication said (via PSU), “Our sources tell us that after work is finished on Halo Wars 2, a new Alien game may start development over at Alien Isolation dev Creative Assembly.” Back in March, SEGA acquired Crytek Black Sea (now called Creative Assembly Sofia) and announced that the team will “exclusively” work on content for Creative Assembly. Director Tim Heaton said of the acquisition: Now in our 30th year of games development, with an army of multi-million selling titles to our name and a history of world-renowned partnerships, Creative Assembly is proof of the UK games industry’s potential for global success. Due to this success, we are further expanding our UK base and developing additional projects overseas, whilst pursuing top talent from across the globe to join us, all in support of our commitment to creating high quality, authentic gaming experiences. Our continued growth allows us to be dynamic with our future projects, constantly seeking new opportunities and reaching a wider audience with our games. Although Alien: Isolation was READ FULL STORY…
Feral Interactive’s Mac port of Total War: Warhammer is releasing next week. …Read More The post Total War: Warhammer Coming to Mac April 18 by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] Total War: Arena is the latest game in the popular long-running strategy game franchise on PC and it looks like this new spin-off could also come to consoles eventually, according to one of the producers from Wargaming who’s publishing Total War: Arena. On the topic of bringing the game to consoles, Wargaming producer Jose Edgardo Garcia had this to say: Right now, we want Creative Assembly to focus on what they have–which is a PC game. Now, the thing is, Total War: Arena will be under the Wargaming universe in our portfolio. That means they will follow the rules that our other games have. Wargaming’s most popular title, World of Tanks, was initially released on PC but eventually made its way to the PlayStation 4 and other consoles. Garcia could be suggesting that if Total War: Arena, which is also a free-to-play online multiplayer game, proves to be successful they’d consider bringing to consoles in the same way as World of Tanks. The last Total War game that was released on consoles was the 2005 hack and slash spin-off Spartan: Total Warrior which was released on the PlayStation 2. [Source: GameSpot] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
As I (Jack Davis, TGG) just happen to be a huge fan of the Warhammer universe. I decided to put together a list over the best (in my oppinion) DLC’s for “Total War: Warhammer”. Well, done and said =) Because down below you will fin my top six list! So, please enjoy 😉 1 – Real of the Wood Elves… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Creative Assembly has just revealed their trailer for “Total War: Warhammer 2”, the second game of the Warhammer trilogy they have planned. This new game will introduce four brand-new races and will take place in the New World. What we know so far The game will be featuring Lizardmen, High Elves, Dark Elves and a fourth unannounced race that we’re… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Due to the fact that Arch Warhammer is a very popular Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40k channel on Youtube, we decided to ask him some questions regarding Creative Assembly’s strategy game “Total War: Warhammer”. So here’s what Arch had to tell us. Jack TGG: Tell us a bit about yourself and what you do regarding all things Warhammer. Arch Warhammer: I… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Creative Assembly is to tease a big announcement for Total War: Warhammer fans during the EGX Rezzed event on March 31st. Furthermore, today the Total War homepage has turned into a countdown page with a steamy rainforest and a pyramid temple in the background. So, what does all that mean? Well, for those versed in Warhammer lore this is very… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Halo Wars 2 has been out for exactly a month, and developer Creative Assembly has a few updates they want to make. Coinciding with the release of the Kinsano DLC that launched today, a new patch was …Read More The post Halo Wars 2 Adds Fixes and Balances in its Latest Patch by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Following a series of troubles, Crytek announced last December that it’s dropping all of its studios except for the Frankfurt and Kiev locations. At least one of them is now going to be under SEGA’s wing as the company acquired Bulgaria-based Black Sea studio. According to Games Industry, the move comes as part of an effort to expand Creative Assembly, and as a result, a team of sixty developers will now become Creative Assembly Sofia. Studio Director, Tim Heaton, said in a statement: Now in our 30th year of games development, with an army of multi-million selling titles to our name and a history of world-renowned partnerships, Creative Assembly is proof of the UK games industry’s potential for global success. Due to this success, we are further expanding our UK base and developing additional projects overseas, whilst pursuing top talent from across the globe to join us, all in support of our commitment to creating high quality, authentic gaming experiences. Our continued growth allows us to be dynamic with our future projects, constantly seeking new opportunities and reaching a wider audience with our games. SEGA Europe COO, Jurgen Post, added that the new team will be working “exclusively” on content READ FULL STORY…
Today, Sega announced that it has acquired the Bulgaria-based Crytek Black Sea. Additionally, it revealed it has added the 60-person team from the studio to bolster Total War developer Creative Assembly. Crytek Black Sea has been renamed …Read More The post Sega Acquires Crytek Black Sea; Expands Creative Assembly With It by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
The game’s first update since release fixes a ton of various problems. …Read More The post New Halo Wars 2 Patch Rolls Out Soon, Fixes Many Common Issues by Logan Moore appeared first on DualShockers.
The 8th week of the 2017 UK Sales Charts are in, and like the 7th week, Ubisoft’s new IP, For Honor, is top dog, holding off Creative Assembly and 343 Industries’ Halo Wars 2. …Read More The post For Honor Tops the UK Sales Charts for Second Straight Week by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Halo Wars 2 is a far-from-perfect but easily-recommendable RTS title on PC and Xbox One. …Read More The post Halo Wars 2 — Creatively Assembling RTS on Consoles by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.