Iron Sight starts off with a simple but believable premise. The year is 2025, and natural resources have become scarce in most areas around the world. The Middle East, however, still has a bountiful amount of natural resources, and two main factions began to clash over control of the region. The first faction is the NAF: short for North Atlantic Federation, the group is an alliance formed between the United States and Europe. The second faction is a Russian transnational corporation called EDEN, which contracts mercenaries to do its’ bidding. The “story”, doesn’t have an actual ending as you would expect from an MMOFPS and just serves as an unneeded, but a nice backdrop to explain why all these guys are running around shooting each other. But that’s not why you’re here. You’re here because you want to shoot people. Is Iron Sight a good game to satisfy your multiplayer FPS itch? The Gameplay Iron Sight has 4 PVE and PVP game modes respectively … [Read more...] about Ironsight 2018 Review – Is This FPS Worth Playing?
Closed Beta For FPS Western Brawler Sky Noon Begins Today Howdy partners! If you like Western themed games or FPS brawlers, we’ve got good news. The second Closed Beta for the upcoming first person action brawler Sky Noon begins today! Starting today at “high noon” (12:00PM PDT) through May 25 at 12:00 PM PDT, participants can take part in the beta test by joining the official Sky Noon Discord Channel and authorize the key bot in the channel. Sky Noon combines the fast-paced first person action with brawl play mechanics in a reimagined steampunk Wild West. For those cowboys and cowgirls still hemming and hawing over what exactly Sky Noon is, feast your eyes on this short trailer to get a run down of the game HERE: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWcogBstqtM In celebration of the Closed Beta, a Sky NoonGleam campaign has also begun! Starting today on May 23 to June 22 at 11:59PM PDT, gamers can participate in the Sky … [Read more...] about Closed Beta For FPS Western Brawler Sky Noon Begins Today
With the constant clamoring from fans for Daybreak (or someone) to create an honest-to-goodness next-gen sequel to the EverQuest franchise, you’d hope that it would actually happen someday. Obviously EverQuest Next itself didn’t pan out — not that everyone considered that title a sequel or even deserving of the EQ name. But it was impossible not to find a glimmer of hope at the news that Daybreak was hiring for positions involving a new game. And then even that tiny flame of hope was snuffed out. The upcoming unannounced title is apparently a first-person shooter, a multi-platform FPS. That doesn’t sound very compatible with the Norrath people want. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be the Norrath people get! Now before you hyperventilate: This is just speculation. I know EQIII the FPS is a longshot. If it has any ties to Daybreak’s existing portfolio at all, the new game is much more likely to be related … [Read more...] about EverQuesting: Could Daybreak’s new FPS be an EverQuest?
When CCP Games first made the leap into the first person shooter market with DUST 514, things didn’t exactly go to plan. The game was released as a PlayStation 3 exclusive toward the end of the console’s lifetime and fell severely short of expectations. While DUST 514 was eventually discontinued, the dream of a first person shooter in the EVE Online universe has been kept alive at CCP. Two years ago, the company announced that a total remake of DUST 514 was underway under the name Project Nova, and this time it would be released on PC. Today at EVE Fanfest 2018, CCP Games’ CEO Hilmar Veigar Petursson revealed that Nova will be coming “in months, not years.” The game should hopefully be playable in some form this year, and the initial release will focus on core FPS gameplay in an EVE setting rather than being directly connected to the EVE server. CCP hopes for the game to stand on its own feet before slowly integrating it into EVE — first via … [Read more...] about EVE Fanfest 2018: EVE Online FPS Project Nova is coming ‘in months, not years’
[Game website] Europe-based games publisher Gamigo recently announced it has obtained the publishing rights for Ironsight, a futuristic online first person shooter developed by Korean studio Wiple Games. Ironsight is currently scheduled to launch as a Free-to-Play title within the first quarter of 2018, with Gamigo focused on marketing the game in North America and Europe. First revealed back in 2015 in Korea as a game under Neowiz, Ironsight is set in 2025 and based around the struggle for the last remaining natural resources on earth. The two rival factions, North Atlantic Forces (NAF) and the Energy Development Enterprise Network (EDEN), come up against other in a bitter struggle for power. Ironsight is crafted by Wiple Games’ own Iron Engine. 20 different maps are set to be released, which will allow teams to take each other on in a number of different modes, such as “Search & Destroy”, “Team Deathmatch” and “Domination”. In the … [Read more...] about – Futuristic online FPS announced for Western launch