Modern Warfare 2 has a number of hidden multi-player modes and clever hackers have revealed the most exciting of them on video. Read on for a glimpse at Modern Warfare’s Global Thermonuclear War mode…
When LittleBigPlanet makes it highly-anticipated debut on PSP, you’ll be able to play, create and share, just like on the PS3 version. But you’ll be doing it solo. Transferring from the powerful home console to a handheld was also going to mean compromises and senior producer Mark Green has revealed that the game’s multiplayer mode has got the sack(boy). Read on for the rest of the deets.
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves will have online multiplayer, Sony has revealed. This confirms rumours sparked yesterday when a leaked sticker on the box of PS3 exclusive inFamous, left a cat shaped hole in the Uncharted 2 bag. A pre-existing embargo has now lifted, releasing a flood of Uncharted 2 multiplayer info onto the internet. Read on for everything we know so far.
But the cat may be out of the bag already – a photo of dummy inFamous boxes, taken by an American Best Buy employee, shows a sticker saying that buyers of inFamous will get a “multiplayer beta voucher” for Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
Killzone 2 might not be getting a co-op mode, but Guerrilla is definitely still rolling out updates for the PS3’s flagship shooter. A new patch is out tomorrow adding a number of gameplay tweaks, fixes and a new ‘Hardcore’ multiplayer rank. The patch is also paving the way for the upcoming Steel & Titanium map pack, due on April 30th. Killzone 2 v1.24 patch should be hitting PSN tomorrow.
Killzone 2 creator, Guerrilla Games, has ruled out the possibility of two-player co-operative modes coming to the game. Shooters like Killzone 2 are often tipped for co-op gameplay – where two or more players can play through the main campaign together – and in the past a number of developers have thrown around the idea of adding it later as downloadable content, or DLC. Sadly, when it comes to Killzone 2, it’s just not going to happen.
Resident Evil 5’s multiplayer DLC was already off to a bad start when it was indirectly leaked by the game’s PSN Trophies. At the time, we suggested it might be free, but Capcom instead opted to slap a 400 points / £3.99 price tag on it. Now the DLC has gone live, it turns out that the Resident Evil 5 multiplayer add-on pack is just 1.86MB in size, leading many to suspect the bulk of the content was on the disc already. And yet Capcom is happy to charge players yet more money for it.
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