Yup not only do we have MW3 news, we also have Ghost Recon news today too.
Sadly no update on GR;Future Soldier came today, but rather Ubisoft announced their new "freemium" shooter Ghost Recon: Online. The game has been officially confirmed as free to play from day one, with a launch penciled in late 2011 - and guess what guys - a summer beta! Hit up their main site over HERE and get signed up now.
Ghost Recon is a 3rd person tactical shooter, and what better way to start describing it to you than a trailler?
The next big Call of Duty game, Modern Warfare 3, is a globetrotting tale of destruction, taking the fight to America, England, Germany and France, bringing with it huge destruction and battles more ambitious than ever. See for yourself in the game's first trailer using Modern Warfare's new tech.
There are some classic Call of Duty cinematic tricks in this, the first trailer to show in-engine footage, with no lack of explosions, rappelling and fierce gunfights amidst decimated landmarks. See the huge maps and destructive environments we've heard about and the expansive, blockbuster story that may make this the biggest Modern Warfare yet.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is coming November 8, 2011. It looks like a head to head battle this year between Battlefield 3 in the blue corner and Modern Warefare 3 in the red corner, Who will win ??
With over 24k downloads and counting and more interest than anyone here at Rush ever expected we are proud to announce the release of version 1.5 of the brink Configurator created by our very own RJayW.
Over the past week since release we have had a lot of companies parsing the application such as PC Gamer, Steam, File Planet just to name a few and we would like to thank them for the support they have given this application as development continues to improve it as much as possible.
Our Brink config program has now hit over 14,000 downloads in 4 days with a new version of the program released every day so far
Thanks to everyone for supporting the tool and we will continue to add cvars when useful ones are found!
Its early days for brink, it has multiple issues with performance which will hopefully be fixed in the coming days
Stayed tunned to rush-zone for all the latest Brink information!
For quite some time now, the competitive first person shooter community have been without a new refreshing title to replace the previous successful ones, but this era might have come to an end with the release of Brink. As the game is developed by the Splash Damage team it already looks promising, as they have been known to support the competitive community in various ways with their previous titles, however a quiet fear still dwells amongst the competitive FPS fans,
who fear that Brink might be yet another game that cater more to the public side of gaming rather than the competitive clan community. In this article I will try to sum up a few things that might help Brink in becoming the next popular title in eSport.
So first of all let us take a look at what Brink has to offer in terms of gameplay. To those new the Splash Damage shooters you should know that they have been known to have a steep learning curve which require huge amounts of dedication and skill to master.