Whether you’re taking on a dungeon or swapping adventure stories in a tavern, life in Tamriel is always more fun with friends. Watch our latest This is The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited video for a taste of what awaits when you explore Tamriel with allies.
In the second installment of our This is The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited video series, we explore the variety of activities you can enjoy with friends in ESOTU. From the Alliance War in Cyrodiil to Trials and dungeons to World Bosses and beyond, fun and adventure are always right around the corner when you team up with allies. Watch the video to learn more!
Arkham Insider Episode 2: In this episode, we bring you exclusive new gameplay of Dual Play Combat in Batman: Arkham Knight, as Batman and Nightwing team up to take on Penguin’s thugs. We also answer some questions from Arkham community super-fan CabooseXBL.
Arkham Insider is a new video series direct from Rocksteady Studios, bringing you exclusive new gameplay, developer insights and a look behind the scenes on the development of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Coming June 23, 2015, Batman: Arkham Knight is the epic conclusion to Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Trilogy.
The long awaited Final Fantasy 15 demo made its debut back when the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 came in March as bonus content. Square Enix has announced that a second version of Final Fantasy 15 will be coming out in June.
Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae ver.2.0 will be made available around the first week of June 2015 kupo! Look out for further updates kupo!
There will be a large amount of improvements made to the game due to fan feedback. It will feature a new targeting system, better camera and dodging controls. New stable frame rate, along with other improvements to the game.
You can expect to see Final Fantasy 15: Episode Duscae 2.0 in the first week of June.
Hayakawa explained that Konami will be focusing on Mobile games in the future, which maybe a possible option, to bring current Triple A titles to the mobile platform.
“Following the pay-as-you-play model of games like Power Pro and Winning Eleven with additional content, our games must move from selling things like ‘items’ to selling things like ‘features,’” according to the translation. “We saw with these games that even people who buy physical games are motivated to buy extra content. The success of Power Pro especially has motivated us to actively push more of our popular series onto mobile than ever before.”
Konami hopes to bring Metal Gear Solid V and Winning Eleven to Mobile eventually:
“we are always thinking about how to push our franchises onto mobile there too. With multiplatform games, there’s really no point in dividing the market into categories anymore. Mobiles will take on the new role of linking the general public to the gaming world.”
We will have to see how this developing news will affect Konami in the future. Will this be the turn, to change the ideas from consumers. We will have to wait and see.