Details have emerged on the Metro: Last Light season pass.
Have you been wondering what exactly will come in that Metro: Last Light season pass. Well wonder no more for I have the details of the season pass!
The season pass will include three dlc that will come out during the summer.
The Faction Pack and the Chronicles Pack include new, original single-player gameplay excpanding on the story and the game universe, while the Tower Pack will provide some “unique” solo challenges to veterans of the game.There’s also the Developer Pack will give “creative players interesting tools with which to explore the world of Metro.”
“Artyom’s story may have been concluded in Metro: Last Light, but there are other characters with stories to tell, some familiar locations that fans of the Metro series wanted to revisit, and some new challenges that 4A wanted to explore,” said Andrew Prokhorov, creative director at 4A Games.Since completing the game we have been working on these new stories and hope to release them throughout the summer.”
The Metro: Last Light Season pass is also available to download starting today on PSN and XBL as well as Steam for $14.99 or 1200 MS Points. PlayStation Plus subscribers can grab an additional 25% discount on the Season Pass between May 21 and June 4t in the US and May 22 and June 5 in Europe and the rest of the world.
The Season Pass also grants an additional weapon, a semi-automatic shotgun rifle with a secondary fire mode shooting six shells in one blast. It’s called the Abzats.
The Faction Pack will be the first DLC released and it will arrive in June.
The Sims 4 will be coming to your PC or Mac sometime next year
EA has announced today that The Sims 4 will be coming out next year for both PC and Mac.
EA’s put up an official announcement post on its website -
“The Sims franchise is fueled by the passion and creativity of its millions of fans around the world. Their continued devotion to the franchise ignites the fire of creativity of the team at The Sims Studio, driving them to continually improve and innovate on one of the world’s most successful simulation game that has sold more than 150 million copies worldwide.” “The Sims 4 celebrates the heart and soul of the Sims themselves, giving players a deeper connection with the most expressive, surprising and charming Sims ever in this single-player offline experience,” it reads. “The Sims 4 encourages players to personalize their world with new and intuitive tools while offering them the ability to effortlessly share their creativity with friends and fans.”
Yup you read that right the game will not require an internet connection to play it. looks like they don’t want a repeat of what happened with SimCity.
What say you? Are you excited about the newest Sims game or at this point you just don’t care? let us know in the comments below.
2K has decided to not attained E3 this year
No I’m not joking 2k will not have a booth this year at E3. Below is the official statement of 2K.
At 2K, we’re excited for the new opportunities coming with the next generation of hardware, and are hard at work preparing our announced titles for release. While 2K will not have a booth on the show floor at this year’s E3 conference, we will have a lot of great news coming your way this spring. Our slate of titles coming this year include highly anticipated games like Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World, XCOM: Enemy Unknown for iOS, more content for Borderlands 2, as well as WWE 2K14 and NBA 2K14. Stay tuned for our live gameplay and event broadcasts to see the latest gameplay from our upcoming titles. Subscribe to our Twitch channel at twitch.tv/2K and on YouTube at youtube.com/2Kgames.
Well there you have it. But look on the bright side at least we’re going to get some more Borderlands content and see what 2K can do with the WWE license.
Following a price cut Vita sales in Japan spike
The week prior to the February 20th PlayStation 2013 event in Manhattan Sony Computer Entertainment announced that the PlayStation Vita would be receiving a price cut down to approximately $220 USD. Initial speculation was that this price cut would cross over to the western markets, but this speculation was shot down at the PlayStation 2013 event when Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Worldwide Studios, clarified that the point of this price cut wasn’t just to sell more units, but to bring more parody of Vita prices across all markets. For those unaware the following tidbit clarifies Yoshida-san’s comments: games, systems, accessories, and all other video game content is significantly higher priced in places such as Japan and Australian.
It was not until last week that the real world effects of this price cut was felt, and boy were they felt. The first full week of post-price cut sales were estimated to be up by 400%, a number that was shockingly low. The first full week saw sales that were over 600% higher than the prior week. To top this off, the following week saw slightly higher sales that actually eclipsed the sales of the 3DS in Japan for the first time ever. Ignoring the fact that the Vita couldn’t even outsell the 3DS on debut, the fact that after a mere two weeks the Vita is finally able to compete with the 3DS, at least initially, the highest selling handheld of all time should be a sign to Sony that the Vita is held back by the higher price tag, not the system or even the games itself.
In 2013 hopefully the price cuts will expand to other markets to increase the install base of a handheld that will receive extremely strong content this year. On top of the expected increase of PlayStation 4 integration, non-gaming apps, PlayStation Mobile content, and other “side content” the PlayStation Vita will receive highly anticipated games including Warrior’s Lair, Killzone Mercenary, Tearaway, and Soul Sacrifice. Between the hard fiscal numbers of the last two weeks and the future content for the handheld 2013 looks as if it may be the savior of the PS Vita, to see if this trend contends by sure to check back into 4logpc.com for all of your Vita and video games related content.
With the first look at Saints Row 4 Deep Silver Showcases the Insane New Addition to Saints Row
The former THQ property Saints Row is beginning its triumphant return which will culminate with the release of Saints Row IV on August 23rd, 2013. Today the current publisher of this series released the first trailer for Saints Row IV in which we learned four key facts, the first of which was oddly familiar.
The first key piece of information that can be pulled from the trailer is the enemies your Saint will take down. Although we do not yet know the enemies that will arise from the main questline, we do know some of the more colorful enemies that were featured in Saints Row The Third’s Professor Genki’s Super Ethical Reality Climax mini-game, most notably Hotdog and Energy Drinks mascots.
The Future of Call of Duty May Very Well Be Micro-transactions
Today Call of Duty players in the Western Hemisphere got a true taste of the future of the best selling video game series in history. Today Activision announced the implementation of micro-transaction in the annual Call of Duty franchise. Presently you will be able to utilize real money to upgrade your multiplayer character’s appearance in cosmetics ways, as of now. Although this is not the first time a Call of Duty title has included micro-transactions, but it is indeed the first time it has been included in a $60 title outside of China.
Tom Jones Discusses Vita Exclusive Killzone Mercenary
The folks over at the PlayStation Blog have often been privy to information before anyone, else for obvious reasons and today the delivered new information about the highly anticipated Vita title Killzone Mercenary. In an interview with Creative Director Tom Jones PlayStation Blog was able illicit some very intriguing information about the game and theory behind it. Jones was quoted as calling the game as the “best looking game on Vita” while having the ability to “stand on its own two feet”. For Vita owners who have been searching for a good shooter the idea that it will have its own unique story treatment would seem to dissuade fears of a Call of Duty Declassified or Resistance Burning Skies style failure.