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Borderlands Movie in Works at Lionsgate

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Lionsgate is developing a tentpole movie based on the videogame “Borderlands,” with producers Avi and Ari Arad.

“Borderlands,” launched in 2009, is a role-playing first-person shooter videogame created and developed by Gearbox Software and published by Take-Two Interactive Software’s 2K label. More than 26 million copies of the game have been shipped worldwide, including 8 million during Take-Two’s 2015 fiscal year, which ended March 31.

The game is set on the frontier of a sci-fi universe — the planet of Pandora — which has been abandoned by a mega-corporation prior to the game events.

Avi Arad and his son Ari Arad have been involved in the creation of the film franchises for Iron Man, Spider Man, The Amazing Spider Man, X-Men, Ghost Rider and Blade.

Lionsgate made a major push last year into videogames when it named Nerdist Industries CEO Peter Levin as president of interactive ventures and games.

“Part of our strategy in entering the game space under Peter Levin has been to source new brands with built-in audiences that will translate into great films and television shows,” said Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Co-Chairs Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger. “The ‘Borderlands’ games don’t pull any punches, and we’ll make the movie with the same in-your-face attitude that has made the series a blockbuster mega-franchise.”

Friday’s announcement comes less than three months before Lionsgate opens its fourth and final film in its highly successful “Hunger Games” franchise, which has grossed $2.3 billion at the worldwide box office. The studio’s Summit label generated $3.3 billion from its five-film “Twilight Saga.” And it has grossed more than $550 million from the first two films in its four-film “Divergent Series.”

“Lionsgate has emerged as a major creative force in the global marketplace with an incredible portfolio of brands; our partners at Gearbox have pioneered and cultivated an iconic property; and Avi and Ari Arad are two of the most successful producers of action franchises,” Take-Two Interactive Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick said. “This alliance is ideally positioned to create a bold, provocative, no-holds-barred motion picture phenomenon that will delight ‘Borderlands” current legions of fans and captivate moviegoers around the world.”

Avi Arad founded Marvel Studios in 1993 and resigned 13 years later to form his own production company, where Ari Arad is the president. He’s continuing to produce some of the Marvel films, such as the “Spider-Man” titles, along with videogame adaptations such as “Uncharted” and “Ghost in the Shell.”

His first feature outside Marvel was 2007’s “Bratz: The Movie,” which was released by Lionsgate.

Movies based on videogames have not yet achieved blockbuster status in Hollywood. Disney’s “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” is the highest grosser, with $337 million worldwide on a $200 million budget in 2010.

The deal was orchestrated by a Lionsgate team led by Peter Levin, Summit Entertainment President of Production Geoff Shaevitz and Lionsgate Motion Picture Group President of Business and Legal Affairs Patricia Laucella.

The news about Lionsgate acquiring the rights to “Borderlands” was first reported by The Tracking Board.

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The officially-licensed product features retro Mario artwork. Aside from the aesthetics, the shell is designed to protect both the front and back sides of the main Wii U controller from dirt particles, scratches as well as other wear and tear. Gamers can also use the Gamepad, with the Protector equipped, with the official Wii U Charging Cradle.

Also included in the set is a retro Mario stylus. You can take a look at the full description below.


Officially licensed by Nintendo. Protect your Wii U GamePad from dirt, scratches and wear with iconic retro Mario-themed artwork. Both the front and back of your GamePad is protected, but all basic functions can be accessed, and the GamePad can be used with the official Wii U charging cradle while attached. Also includes one retro Mario-themed stylus. Wii U GamePad not included.

Hori’s Wii U Retro Mario GamePad Protector Set will be released on the 2nd of September in the North American region. If you are planning to play Super Mario Maker, which uses the Wii U GamePad to create levels, then you might want to check out the accessory bundle. If you haven’t already, you can preorder the Wii U exclusive with this link on Amazon.

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Blizzard Have Made Nothing But Classics For 20 Years, But Which Are Their Best Games?

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The 8 Greatest Blizzard Games


Blizzard Entertainment has been making video games since 1991, when it was founded by 3 UCLA graduates under the name Silicon & Synapse. But it wasn't until 1993 that the studio began truly making a mark on the world, when it began working on its own titles rather than ports for other developers. One year later, Blizzard released Warcraft: Orcs & Humans, and nearly every game since has been an instant classic.

In fact, Blizzard has produced some of the most memorable, successful, and influential video games in the history of the medium. It wasn't easy, but below we have compiled our picks for the top 8 Blizzard games ever made:

8) Warcraft II


Warcraft is arguably one of the most recognizable brands in gaming today, and while it all started with Warcraft: Orcs & Humans, its sequel, Warcraft II and its expansions took the real-time strategy game that could initially be played over a local area network. Later Blizzard released a version compatible with, which then allowed Warcraft II players to compete over the exciting and much hyped "internet." The game went on to sell 2 million copies and, more so than its previous efforts, put Blizzard on everyone's radar.

7) Hearthstone


The universe first born with Warcraft: Orcs & Humans would later spawn entirely new experiences, the likes of which no one could have possibly predicted back in the early '90s. Hearthstone is based on the World of Warcraft universe, which itself was born from the Warcraft RTS series. The card battler takes characters, monsters, and settings from WoW and assigns them to cards in a game that's simple to understand, but still has enough depth to attract high-level play.

Hearthstone is incredibly polished and has near-perfect balance, quite a feat considering the hundreds of different playable cards. On top of that, it's super fun, and Blizzard's addition of single player adventures like Curse of Naxxramas and other gameplay improvements have given Hearthstone a steady supply of variety, something that keeps players returning.

6) Diablo II


For many people, Diablo II is the finest action RPG ever created. Hitting the scene at the turn of the millennium, Diablo II expanded on its predecessor by expanding character classes, increasing the game's length, and adding the sweet, sweet loot system Diablo II is perhaps most famous for. In fact, the loot system in Diablo II is so influential that its five-tiered loot rarity scale is now something taken for granted in basically any game where loot comes into play. While not the first game with a compelling loot mechanic, Diablo II did everything so well that it became the high-water mark for PC action RPGs and its influence even on games like Borderlands is still being felt to this day.

5) StarCraft II


Starcraft 2 is a sequel nearly 12 years in the making. The sci-fi space-themed RTS might not hit all the highs of its predecessor, but what it does offer is a worthy successor that satisfies the wants of the Starcraft faithful. Starcraft II improves the storytelling aspects of the series, while also managing to offer a slew of missions that each offer unique experiences. However, the cornerstone of multiplayer games from days of yore, LAN functionality, is missing from Starcraft II, and multiplayer is limited to specific, switchable geographic regions. Still, Starcraft II offers a fun, fantastically polished RTS experience that ranks high on anyone's list of great games.

4) Diablo III


Diablo III took what worked from the Diablo series and continued the formula's refinement. The skill system in place in Diablo III is perhaps the most visible improvement to the hack, slash, loot, repeat gameplay of the Diablo series. Rather than a traditional skill tree, such as was the case with Diablo II, Diablo III uses a system where skills are unlocked at specific levels and can then be switched out any time you're out of combat. Rather than lock in your character, Diablo III let's you experiment and hone your skillsets to match your intended character goals and play style. The rune system, which allows players to augment skills, adds another facet to the customization mechanic.

3) Warcraft III


In Warcraft III, orcs and humans returned to wage battle, and were joined by Night Elves and the undead, bringing 4 playable races to the Warcraft universe. The story unfolds through missions using all four races. Powerful heroes play a central role in Warcraft III's battles, eventually leading to the creation of the game-changing MOBA genre. The heroes put a face on the story that unfolds through the missions, and each hero has a unique ability and story.

2) World of Warcraft


World of Warcraft is one of the most easily recognizable and familiar games ever created. It's pop-culture influence cannot be understated, with a feature-length Warcraft film currently in development and an episode of South Park set largely within the actual World of Warcraft game. World of Warcraft has been a part of the gaming landscape for over a decade now, and still remains popular, with millions of players still maintaining subscriptions. Blizzard has skillfully updated and refined the formula that makes the World of Warcraft universe so compelling, and its masterful MMO is perhaps the finest example of the genre ever created.

1) Starcraft


StarCraft is the greatest game Blizzard has ever created. The sci-fi RTS has had an enormous impact on the landscape of gaming, and the rise of eSports. At its peak StarCraft was so huge that it began to shift the direction of pop culture itself - "Zerg rush" has become a term no longer directly associated with the game, among plenty of other examples.

In addition to its enduring popularity and influence, StarCraft was also an immaculately designed and executed video game. Its perfectly balanced races, complex and varied campaign, and wealth of cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes made it easy to lose hundreds of hours battling it out with friends and foes. Its storytelling, balance, presentation, all combine to make StarCraft as fun to play today as it was when it originally released in 1998.


Blizzard has been a positive force in the world of gaming since it first gained widespread public notice with the original Warcraft. The company's commitment to quality is exemplified in its top 8 games, but virtually every game in the studio's library is worthy of high praise.

The fine print: This list was assembled by a small team of IGN experts with the most experience with Blizzard's game library, including Steve Butts, Dan Stapleton, Justin Davis, and Sean Finnegan. Games were ranked with the "complete" collection of expansions or add-ons assumed. The primary criteria under consideration was how much fun we had with the game in the era it was released.

Taken from IGN.

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Be the canvas in NBA 2K16 with your tattoos. NBA 2K16 is Introducing over 1,500 designs that you can move, scale, rotate and even layer onto your MyPLAYER. Complete customization at your fingertips!

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TheCircuitChaser had some serious issues getting the Black Ops 3 beta to run smoothly on his PC. But, he was not disheartened. Instead of throwing a sulk, smashing his keyboard to pieces and dumping the evidence out of the nearest window (we’ve all laughed at videos similar to this on YouTube), he simply decided that the game needed a retro tune-down.

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Being a huge fan of Tom Clancy's The Division, a good friend of mine over at DNA-Modz sent me this Custom Painted iRobotGaming | The Division Themed PS4 Controller. As you can see, this is now a one of a kind custom PS4 Controller. This is well done, especially being that I've been actually playing with the controller and it hasnt shown any form or wear or tear.

I have to give a big Thank You to DNA-Modz for sending me this Custom Themed Tom Clancy's The Division PS4 Controller.

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"Bethesda has released a new gameplay trailer for id Software's DOOM, which focuses on the game's 'Glory Kills'."

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Dismantling the myth of 900p on Xbox One: 70% of the games run at 1080p

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| By Da Ill One - 16 hours ago

Throughout my career with Microsoft's console I have read many reviews towards solving games this machine so I have decided to release a list of games running at different resolutions on Xbox One. We stress that no it is a comparison to other platforms, is only demystify the "San Benito" has hung console.

It is a complicated task and it may be I have cast someone who should not be on the list, however I have been very conscientious with the data shown here visiting numerous sources and statements. So we start this brief analysis with a sample of 98 games that have come to light between 2013 and 2015 and it would be impossible to cover the entire catalog of the console with the means at our disposal.

We have been terribly benevolent excluding the vast majority of independent games we knew full well that reached a standard resolution 60/30 fps at 1080p and so we've only been to a scale that meets minimum as you can see in the table below and some games come through pure confirmation. The first conclusion is simple percentage, 75.3% of games is exposed above 900p.


Although not the only thing that could be drawn from this small but interesting display; and we can see an increasing trend in percentage of games that are overtaking lower resolutions being increasingly volume exceeding 900p games; either by native or opting for custom resolutions 1080p.

This also confirms what many were saying, as time goes developers know more and better the machine and are easing the obstacles with which they were at first. It is very noticeable as affected changes in the new SDK and is expected to jump higher when you get DirectX 12. The stigma of 900p is just an anecdote in most of the catalog.


List shows 1080p games

Games Resolution Kind FPS Year
Alien Isolation 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Bladestorm Nigthmare 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Blue State 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Borderlands The Handsome Collection 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Cabela's® African Adventures 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Dark Dreams Don't Die 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Dark Souls Scholar of the First Sin 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Last Round Dead Or Alive 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Destiny 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Diablo III Reaper of Souls 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
Dishonored Definitive Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
DmC 4 Special Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
DmC Definitive Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Dragon Ball XenoVerse 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
FIFA 14 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2013
FIFA 15 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
FIFA 16 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Forza 5 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
Forza 6 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Forza Horizon 2 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Game of Thrones 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Gears of Wars Ultimate Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Gigantic 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Grand Theft Auto V 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Halo Spartan Assault 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2013
Kinect Sports Rivals 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Lego Dimensions 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Lego Jurassic World 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Life is Strange 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Madden NFL16 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Minecraft Xbox One Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
MotoGP 15 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Murdered Soul Suspect 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
NBA 2K14 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2013
NBA 2K15 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
NBA Live 16 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Need for Speed 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Need for Speed ​​Rivals 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2013
Neverwinter 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Ori and The Blind Forest 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Outlast 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
PayDay Crimewave 2 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Pneuma Breath of Life 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Project Spark 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Resident Evil HD Remaster 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Resident Evil Revelations 2 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2015
Rise of the Tomb Raider 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Screamride 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Skylander Swap Force 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2013
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
SMITE 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Sniper Elite 3 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
State of Decay YOSE 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Tales from Borderlands 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
The Elder Scrolls Tamriel Unlimited 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Transformer Devastation 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Warframe 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2014
Wasteland 2 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Wolfenstein The New Order 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
World of Tanks 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
WWE 2K15 1920 × 1080 1080p 60 2014
WWE 2k16 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Yugi Oh! Duelist Legacy 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Zombie 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
Zombie Army Trilogy 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015
RIDE 1920 × 1080 1080p 30 2015

Resolution displays custom games list
Games Resolution Kind FPS Year
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
1360 × 1080 Custom 60 2014

Dying Light
1536 × 1080 Custom 30 2015

FarCry 4
1440 × 1080 Custom 30 2014

Pro Evolution Soccer 2016
1360 × 1080 Custom 60 2015

The Witcher Wild Hunt
Dynamic Custom 30 2015

List shows games 900p
Games Resolution Kind FPS Year

Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag
1600 × 900 900p 30 2013

Assassin's Creed Unity
1600 × 900 900p 30 2015

Batman Arkham Knight
1600 × 900 900p 30 2015

Dragon Age Inquisition
1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

EA Sports UFC
1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

Killer Instinct Season II
1600 × 900 900p 60 2015

Lords of The Fallen
1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
1600 × 900 900p 60 2015

Metro Redux
1600 × 900 900p 30 2013

Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare
1600 × 900 900p 60 2013

Ryse Son Of Rome
1600 × 900 900p 30 2013

Shadows of Mordor
1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

Sunset Overdrive
1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

The Evil Whitin
1600 × 900 900p 30 2014

Trials Fusion
1600 × 900 900p 60 2013

List shows games 720p
Games Resolution Kind FPS Year

Battlefield 4
1280 × 720 720p 60 2013

Hardline Battlefield
1280 × 720 720p 60 2015

Call of Duty ghosts
1280 × 720 720p 60 2013

Dead Rising 3
1280 × 720 720p 30 2013

Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes
1280 × 720 720p 60 2014

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
1280 × 720 720p 60 2014

1280 × 720 729p 60 2014

Watch Dogs
1280 × 720 720p 30 2014

If you see any game that should not be there or just want to supplement this list and these data, we are happy to receive your suggestions in the comments. If anything I would highlight is the evolution of the machine for improvements in this field.


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Gigantic Xbox1 beta starts tomorrow.

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You're invited to the Gigantic closed beta!
As a thank you for being an alpha tester for Gigantic, you are among the first people to be invited to our Gigantic closed beta test.

The servers for closed beta will be available on weekends only, starting on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 12:01 a.m. PDT / 9:01 a.m. CEST. After the weekend of the 28th, servers will be available each week from 12:01 p.m. Friday through 10 p.m. Sunday PDT / 9:01 a.m. Friday through 7 a.m. Monday CEST.

To play on Xbox One, you must have a Microsoft account and an active Xbox Live Gold account. If you don't have a Microsoft account yet, you can get one here.

To play on Windows, you must have Windows 10 installed and a DirectX 11.1 compatible video card. On August 28, you only need to update your Alpha client to play in the beta. Don't forget! The terms of our Private Test Participation Agreement (a.k.a. the NDA) still apply until further notice.

How to join the beta
Click the button below to sign in to your Gigantic account and follow the directions to link your Microsoft account.
Once you've linked your accounts, you'll receive an email with your Gigantic Xbox One beta game code.

That's it!
Questions about the Gigantic closed beta? Visit our Support site.

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Rocket league sells over 1 million, free copies to be given to steam hardware pre-orders

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The breakout RC car soccer game Rocket League has been a hit since its release in July, launching on PlayStation 4 and Steam to great critical acclaim.

Since its release, Rocket League has sold over 1 million copies on PC alone and was part of the PlayStation Plus giveaways during July.

In the wake of its success, versions of Rocket League for both Mac and Steam OS have been announced, and Valve has partnered with developer Psyonix to give out free copies of the game to anyone who has pre-ordered Steam hardware. This includes Steam Machines, Steam Link, and the Steam Controller.

Anyone who pre-orders and already has a copy of the game will be given a code that can be gifted to a friend.

The sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, Rocket League is essentially soccer between player-controlled RC cars. Read IGN's Rocket League review to learn more about aerial tricks and scoring goals.

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Reason 18,482 why Skyrim is the GOAT: Mod Splatoon into Skyrim? Sure, Why Not.

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Well, we can add Splatoon to the lengthy list of Skyrim mods.

This mod brings what looks like Splatoon’s Splattershot gun to Skyrim, letting players cover enemies in orange or blue.

Dubbed “Peryitoon,” the mod’s name is a word play on “Peryite” and Splatoon. According to the mod’s creator Higeyoshi (via My Game News Flash), the weapon harnesses the divine protection of Peryite and fires a powerful poison that weakens enemy health.

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It has begun. Fable Legends PC will be exclusive to the Windows 10 Store

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Until recently, there had been no direct mention of how Fable Legends would be released on PC—other than that it was a Windows 10 exclusive. Now we know a little bit more about what that means. Rather than using the usual channels, it seems that Fable Legends will only be available through the Windows 10 Store.

Confirmation came from Lionhead's social media coordinator, Lauran, on Twitter.
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I'd argue it wasn't as clear that "Windows 10 exclusive" meant "Windows 10 Store exclusive" as Lauran makes it out to be. In years past, plenty of games dropped older OS's while still being distributed through multiple storefronts. There was every reason to think Microsoft would be widely distributing their games—not least the appearance of Steam during Windows 10's announcement. Or that Phil Spencer once told us, "We're not trying to say that the only way you'll get games is through the Windows store." Or that Kevin Unangst once told us, "We are not intending to compete with Steam. If anything, we want Steam to be even more successful."

While not confirmed, it suggests that any Microsoft game announced as "coming to Windows 10" will be distributed solely through the Windows 10 Store. That, potentially, could include Rare's Sea of Thieves and the recently announced Halo Wars 2. We'll try to chase down some clarification about what's releasing where.

Taken from PCGamer.

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Assassins creed syndicate is coming to pc in november

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate will be releasing on PC worldwide on November 19, less than a month after the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. But why is it coming out after the console versions? Sam Kovalev, Studio Production Manager at Ubisoft Kiev, tells us the development team is dedicated to ensuring PC players get the most stable, optimized version of the game on day one.


“We have introduced several new improvements to our production pipeline and validation process, which allowed us to focus on polishing, stabilizing and optimizing the PC version very early on in the project,” says Kovalev. “This has been one of the top priorities for the production team this year.”
But even with these new processes in place and everything running on schedule, the team still wants to let Assassin’s Creed Syndicate cook for a little while longer before releasing it on PC, so as to give players the optimal experience. “The additional four weeks are for us to really bear down and finalize all of the polish and optimization, to make sure the game and all of its systems are stable when it launches, so it runs smoothly for all players starting on day one,” explains Kovalev.

The team in Kiev is working to accommodate the myriad PC setups as they optimize the game. Kovalev tells us that PC requirements are still being finalized, and said that there will be no locks on the game as far as framerate and resolution goes. The recommended system requirements will target 1080p and 30 FPS.

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is coming to PS4 and Xbox One on October 23, and PC on November 19. -release-date/

Bolded that one part because this is what more developers need to tell us. Too many "is this for 1080/60?" questions.

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