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  2. Far Cry New Dawn is here, and Hope County has never looked more beautiful. Last week we asked you to share your favorite shots of the superbloomed environments using #PS4share and #PSBlog, and you delivered! Here’s this week’s shares: This survivor is all suited up and ready to rumble, shared by @JimdiGriz1. There are moments of beauty in the chaos, like this share from @Alunj52. You’ve got a pal in this good pupper Timber, shared by @AmbientVenom. Hope blooms around every corner, like in this serene shot shared by @Spiggy_Smalls. The northern lights make it almost look peaceful, in this share by @Daniel0168. We’re not totally sure what’s happening here, but we love it anyway. Thanks for sharing, @80horrormagic. Search #PS4Share and #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in next week’s Share of the Week? Theme: Anthem Share by: 9am Pacific on Wednesday, February 27 Next week, we hop into our javelins and take off in Anthem. Share action-packed moments using #PS4share and #PSBlog for a chance to be featured. View the full article
  3. Today
  4. Apex Legends, Respawn’s new entry into the Battle Royale market, has gotten its hooks into many of us around PlayStation HQ. As such, we saw fit to collect a few tips from folks around the office to help aspiring Legends secure their first W. We also recognize that lots of you out there are far better at this game than we’ll probably ever be, so we took to Twitter to field advice from folks following @PlayStation. Got any winning strategies to add to our list? We’ll keep checking back on this tweet and adding more tips to this post, so keep ’em coming! “Use that R1 button! Apex almost feels like it can read your mind; pointing at something and pressing R1 will ping the object or location with useful context for your teammates.” – Justin Massongill, PS Blog “Want more time to scavenge better gear? Try dropping on the outskirts of the map far away, avoiding other players as you land. Loot the areas there as you move towards the next circle.” – Tim Turi, PS Blog “Following up on the first tip, your characters’ voice lines aren’t just there for fun — they’ll often speak up with useful info, like where the next circle is, even without pressing a button.” – Justin Massongill, PS Blog “Lifeline has one of the most valuable Ultimates in the game. The ability to call in supply drops can be your express ticket to high-tier armor and items. If you pick up Ultimate Accelerants, give them to your team’s Lifeline so that you can all benefit from more supply drops.” – Tim Turi, PS Blog “One of the most satisfying feelings in Apex Legends is starting a slide near the top of a hill and riding it alllllllll the way down. Try it!” – Justin Massongill, PS Blog Legends! What have been your most effective survival strategies in Apex Legends? Reply here and we might include your tips in an upcoming PS Blog post. pic.twitter.com/Y2fVxeptFE — PlayStation (@PlayStation) February 19, 2019 Don’t gamble with drops, land somewhere that guarantees a enough loot to get going. Land on the outskirts of a town or on an unmarked location then worry about fighting others. — Bdubz (@KokuTatsu) February 19, 2019 Use the PING SYSTEM! — LostS0ul91 (@LostS0ul91) February 19, 2019 If there’s a lot of death boxes in a room, and you didn’t make them. You’re probably next. — Stovenhousen (@FallenDreg) February 19, 2019 Communicate with your squad and test what weapons you are efficient with and PRACTICE. — Herobrine5O (@KeithBuckendorf) February 19, 2019 Always stick together. 90% of failed runs is due to someone trying to be mister hot shot and going into lone wolf mode — Tomasz Niemiec (@GermanosPL) February 19, 2019 shoot first , loot later — thegamingscout (@thgamingscout) February 19, 2019 Go in with a squad! — Twitter Gaming (@TwitterGaming) February 19, 2019 When you see two squads fighting, don’t intervene yet – wait for the fight to end, and when they loot the dead bodies then you can attack! — Arthur Rohart Mr. (@arthurrohart) February 19, 2019 – do not drop on the exact same spot with your mates, spread out a bit. – don't rush into the enemies when you're not absolutely sure you can handle the situation. – don't get your team mates in danger just because you're being egoistic. – share ammo – have fun — (っ◔◡◔)っ Cherrylolo (@Cherry_L0L0) February 20, 2019 Not a lot of players know this, but there is a supply ship you can land on in the air! It’s pretty much always empty and full of great loot. — Kavan Cleary (@kavancleary) February 19, 2019 Mirage tip: send your decoy into enemy smoke and if they shoot it they will be pinged giving you an advantage. — AJ Thompson (@AJT1776) February 20, 2019 Go to training mode and get familiar with some guns — T.Q. (@SirQuaresma) February 20, 2019 Tips for beginners: do not and I repeat do not drop right away, look down and read where everyone is landing, see how many stayed on the ship and drop last far away from everyone get your looting going and soon as you have a half decent set up, just then go and get them Tiger! — [LIVE] CODE Clan: Apex Pro (@CODEclanDewert) February 20, 2019 Try and combo your abilities with your team. For example Bangalore's Smoke Launcher goes great with Bloodhounds Ultimate. The enemy team wont see you, but the bloodhound will see them. — Macbacon (@MacbaconZ) February 20, 2019 Holster weapon to not only run faster but slide faster, climb higher, fly further (from balloons). — Dave Roberts (@DreadPirate_) February 20, 2019 Outnumbered and out gunned? Run.. Live to fight another day and revive your team mates when the enemies have passed — TimmyTweetsAlot (@Timmytweetsalot) February 20, 2019 Use the climbing mechanic to your advantage, if you're in a small town or near small housing, climb! Use the fast movements in apex to fight, most people expect you to just run around corners. Just limb up buildings, jump off of them, do everything you can to confuse the enemy — Dwight K. Schrute (@Victorr301) February 20, 2019 View the full article
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  6. It’s almost time to suit up and start your adventure in the beautiful but dangerous world of Anthem. Before you do, we’d like to go over some of the important elements of the game that will help you get a head start on your fellow Freelancers. Javelins Your javelin is the key to both combat and movement in Anthem. Its mobility and firepower give you the ability to soar through the air, dive into the murky depths, and take on pretty much anything this world can throw at you. The minute you climb into a javelin you feel unstoppable. So, how soon can you get your hands on a javelin of your very own? You’ll unlock your first at level 2, your second at level 8, your third at level 16, and your fourth at level 26. There are four to choose from, each with its own unique abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Ranger: If you’re looking for the perfect javelin for almost any playstyle, you’ll want to start with the Ranger. It’s versatile, well-balanced, and great for both close and long-range combat. Interceptor: Like to get into (and out of) a fight before the enemy even knows what hit them? The Interceptor is the right javelin for you. It’s powerful, agile, and a master of close combat. Colossus: If “tank” is your playstyle of choice, this mammoth war machine is calling your name. The Colossus is big, heavily armored, and the only javelin capable of wielding Heavy Weapons. Storm: The raw power of a Storm is something to behold. This elegant long-range specialist is a master of the elements with incredible fire, ice, and lightning attacks. You can both customize and personalize your fleet of javelins to suit your needs and style. We’ll cover the details on that in the next two sections. Loadout Now that you’ve got your javelin, it’s time to add gear and weapons, so head to the Forge, your in-game customization and personalization hub. You can access the Forge via either Fort Tarsis or the Launch Bay; once at one of those locations, select the “Loadout” tab. Let’s start with gear, which can modify aspects of your javelin, like optimizing attack combos, lowering cool-down times, increasing a weapon’s effectiveness, and more. Gear comes in six rarity levels: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Masterwork, and Legendary. At higher rarity levels your gear will also include inscriptions, randomly rolled stat boosts, and bonuses. And Masterwork and Legendary items may also have added ability bonuses. In terms of weapons, you’ll start with only one slot, but as you level up you’ll unlock a second. As soon as it’s unlocked try to select complementary weapons and remember to switch between them in the field by holding the reload button (Square on your controller). This can come in very handy when situations on the ground change, like when an immediate need to snipe a long-distance enemy arises. Appearance You can also personalize your javelin’s look in the Forge by selecting the “Appearance” tab. Note that all the options you’ll find here will only affect how your javelin looks; they’re entirely cosmetic. You can choose from a huge selection, including paint colors, armor wear state, unique patterns you can apply called vinyls, and animations. With so many options available, you may be surprised at how much time you’ll spend in the Forge getting the exact look you want. Traversal You’re armed and your javelin looks amazing, now it’s time to head out into the world for some serious adventure. Whether you’re taking on a dangerous Stronghold (high-level dungeons you’ll need a squad of Freelancers to complete) or just exploring in Freeplay (roaming freely around to collect crafting materials or look for a random fight) you’ll need to understand how to get around. Your javelin gives you the ability to travel through the vertical spaces of your world, and there is nothing quite like flying high above the landscape just taking it all in. How do you get airborne? On your controller click the left stick to soar into the air and control your movement. Want to hover above an area? Click the right stick while airborne. While flying is one of the most incredible experiences in the game, you won’t be able to do it forever. Your javelin will overheat eventually and re-introduce you to the concept of gravity rather abruptly. You can deal with this by pressing the X button to come in for a landing, or by looking for a nearby body of water. Taking a quick dip in a lake or waterfall will give you more time in the air. Start Your Adventure There’s lots more to discover in Anthem — mysteries to uncover, environments to explore, dangers to face — so choose your javelin, suit up, and become the hero this world so desperately needs. Unleash your power on PS4 today. View the full article
  7. The skies are about to fill with supply crates as Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds comes to TERA in a 30-day event starting March 5. Players can enjoy PUBG-themed battles and earn PUBG costumes items and other rewards during the TERA × PUBG Crossover event from March 5 through April 5. TERA players of level 60 and higher can quickly jump into the thick of the fray. Every day during the event, for two hours each day, level 70 PUBG popori guardians and soldiers will spawn throughout Northern Arun while supply crates parachute from the air. Smash the crates or beat down the poporis for event rewards of crates, keys, event consumables, and Battle Points, which players can trade in for exclusive PUBG helmets. Need a break from the battle? Hang out in a PUBG-themed Highwatch filled with a fleet of planes and trucks. Log in for at least an hour every day during the event for daily rewards of keys and crates. Earn even more keys, crates, and Battle Points doing what TERA players usually do: battling bosses and completing dungeons. Then spend your hard-earned Battle Points in TERA’s in-game PUBG Shop for two premium permanent helmets and lots of event consumables. PUBG and TERA have always made a great team. Not only do we have the same parent company, but En Masse also has a particular fondness for PUBG: We helped with Alpha testing, PAX support, and even housed Brendon, Shimmer, and Sammie in our offices for several months. (We still talk about Sammie’s six-screen desk setup.) We’re excited to bring our love of PUBG to TERA players on March 5. Winner, winner, PUBG dinner! KitTeaCup out! View the full article
  8. shane

    LPK Will not be Playing .

    So remember when I said we need alternate clans @Vendela_Marie well we have had a clan drop out and now we have an open spot... so if you follow the steps to registering your clan reps, you can be the clan to fill in this spot Or check the FAQ on Discord: https://discord.gg/vX6zqj8
  9. shane

    Firewall Zero Hour

    All for making a league if we have enough people.
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  13. PaulDPearl

    Firewall Zero Hour

    Hey Shane, I just use the term "ladders" generically to describe e-sporting. I just bought our mutual friend a PSVR so he could play (on his 200Kbps connection) - the game does have an audience today, it seems to be growing and I rarely run a match without seeing the old SOCOM avatars on people's names (e.g. there's a ton of us old SOCOMers out there trying to find what we've all lost). There is this French site already doing Tournaments (though their site is also focused on VR) I don't want to register on a French website 'cause 'Merica! Before purchasing I went through the trouble of rate-limiting my switch connected to my PS4 to 200kbps to verify it will function at that terrible connection speed and it does (surprisingly). If I were into predictions, I'd predict this game drives more people to PSVR as it is, even with all the flaws the game still has it's by far the most fun I've had in a long, long time and hands-down the best shooter on the PS4 (or any console).
  14. At Mm, we love to give players a way to be a part of the games we make. With Dreams, our ambition from the start was to put all the tools needed to make games in one accessible package – and to allow players to make their creative mark on the world from their living room. We want the community to be able to create in a way that is fun, fast and expressive and see where they take it next. During our Beta we saw players create such an incredible range of things. Clever puzzle platformers, moody first-person adventures, gorgeous interactive paintings, super charming movies and so many other amazing things. Even though it’s what we’d hoped for – we had no idea how ingenious and wonderful the results would be (and our eyes may have watered a little). So, first off we just want to say thank you to everyone who participated in the Beta and for all the wonderful creations you made. As you may know, our small team has been working on Dreams for a long time. Beta was a very important step for us – it confirmed our tool set is ready for the community – but we still have more work to be done in other areas. Every game developer wants their game to be perfect – and we are no different. We have so many ambitions for Dreams and the beta reminded us that Dreams only truly comes to life in the hands of you all – the community. So we scratched our chins and tried to figure out the best way to put the game in the hands of our most enthusiastic dreamers and allow us to continue crafting and polishing it for everyone. And… we have decided to go live and release Dreams into Early Access on PlayStation 4 this spring! OMG, IT’S HAPPENING! What is Creator Early Access? Early Access won’t have everything that the full version of Dreams will, but you’ll get 100% of the same Dreams tools that we have used every day at MM to make our content. As well as fun, deep interactive tutorials catering for all skill sets and levels and Mm-crafted arcade games ready to play and remix. If you joined us during the beta period and published your assets, you’ll also have your beta creations to return to. Along the way, we’ll be adding more features, tutorials, arcade levels and assets during the Early Access period as we build towards the full slate of launch content. Just like with LittleBigPlanet, we have always planned to evolve Dreams with the community and this is just the start. We’ll use Early Access to help us prioritize all the awesome stuff we’re already working on and get feedback as player needs develop and evolve. With refinements, bug fixes and brand new features on the way, we are kicking off the live service side of Dreams so the community can get their first look at how we’ll continue to support the game. In Early Access, you can stream, entertain, teach, collaborate and share to your heart’s content. Who is Early Access for? Early Access is for creators who want to be part of the Dreams experience from the beginning. People who will create, play others creations, get involved in the social features of Dreams and give us feedback. If you are a creator, this is definitely for you. The Dreamiverse needs curators, tastemakers, and testers – this is a great opportunity to carve out your niche. The most important thing is to know that the Dreamiverse is going to form around you, so if that gets you excited, Early Access is for you. If you participated in the beta and felt like Dreams wasn’t fully featured enough for you yet, or you wanted more Media Molecule game content, then Early Access might not be for you. We’re working on all those things during this period so that you have everything you need on your first day in the Dreamiverse. Dreams Early Access is a strictly limited release to ensure that we have a chance to listen to all of you, so be sure to snag your copy as soon as you can! Dreams Early Access will be available digitally through the PlayStation Store this spring, priced at $29.99 MSRP (+ applicable tax) in the US and $39.99 MSRP (+ applicable tax) in Canada. We are very excited about going live this spring and updating you on all the magic happening in Mm Towers. Thank you in advance to everyone who will be coming on this journey with us. View the full article
  15. shane

    Firewall Zero Hour

    We do not actually have a ladder system @PaulDPearl I did see the game being played at PAX South in Jan. The Army eSports guys were loving it. My only problem with it being VR only is the barrier to entry and how big the community really is. It would be pretty kool to have a league for it though.
  16. PlayStation fans have been the best we’ve ever had, giving us loads of support and kind words about our previous two games, Home and Alone With You. That’s why we’re incredibly stoked to announce our third title for the PS4 — a dark, thrilling return to the horror genre called Worse Than Death! Twenty-Four Hours of Terror! Worse Than Death is a scary, emotional thriller about a high school reunion that goes horribly wrong. You play Holly, a young woman from a small town in the middle of nowhere. She’s been dragged back to her home for a weekend she’s dreading — and with good reason! Her best friend Flynn has been inconsolable since his fiancée died in an accident, and it seems everyone in town has something to hide — including Holly herself. What follows is the worst night Holly could imagine, as she runs for her life, hides in the shadows, and uses her wits to solve the ever-deepening mystery of her once-peaceful home. A Horror Comic Come to Life! Worse Than Death feels like something right out of the pages of Tales from the Crypt — it’s full of dark secrets, dread and dramatic surprises. And it’s meant to look like a horror comic too; all of the game’s high-res art was drawn by hand on an iPad Pro, so the character portraits, cutscenes and puzzles come to life in dark, vibrant strokes. In keeping with the game’s hands-on aesthetic, we teamed up with Canadian rock-and-roll band The Secrets to include two of their songs in the game (one of which you can hear in the trailer above). The energy they bring to their music fit the game perfectly, bringing out the intensity of the game’s dark, unfolding drama. A Hair-Raising Adventure! So what about the gameplay? Horror games are often slow and contemplative, but we wanted to make a game that got your blood pumping from the get-go. Evading the unseen enemies requires careful use of your environment to hide, crawl and jump to safety, but be warned — make too much noise within earshot, and these unimaginable horrors will track you down. The DualShock4’s light bar, built-in speaker, and rumble features will clue you in to Holly’s heartbeat and the proximity of enemies, in case you’re too scared to look! As a developer, we’re known for rich stories and intriguing mysteries that reveal themselves through our games’ core mechanics. Here, you’ll peel away the game’s plot as you find items, solve adventure-game puzzles and interact with the town’s colorful cast of characters (or, we should say, what’s left of them). Rather than bog you down with reams of text, though, we wanted the story here to be punchy and suggestive; and if you’ve played our previous games, you’ll know we always like to leave a few mysteries for you to take with you… We know “coming soon” isn’t an exact release date, but we mean it! We hope you’ll be quaking in your boots to check out this second entry in our small-town horror saga. View the full article
  17. Forgive me if there's a section already but I did look first (only to find just PSBlog updates). Firewall Zero Hour - a PSVR title, is the most fun I've had playing video games since SOCOM 1... (it is NOT like SOCOM) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1J6QVbrw8g&t=77s This will be an excellent e-sport game for PSVR and I came here hoping to find ladders already setup... derp.
  18. Lego Dimensions: Road to 1016 Gold Bricks LIVE STREAM Pt. 20 - HTG
  19. shane

    Season 2 Schedule

    You can find the season 2 schedule by going to https://www.toornament.com/tournaments/2095964400357695488/matches/schedule
  20. shane

    LPK Will not be Playing .

    On Jan 7th, we posted the clan registration requirements It was also posted in the rules section on the Toornament listing: https://www.toornament.com/tournaments/2095964400357695488/information In addition to the several communications that were sent out. I don't know how else to explain this requirement. As for alternates, generally we will have alternates on stand by to come in the place of other clans if they drop out in the first week or two. While the dev team has done their best to prevent the usage of such controllers, we live in a day and age where Scuf controllers are a part of competitive gaming and cannot be prevented or governed in online events. But a blanket statement of half of the players on 24 different rosters are using modded controllers does seem a bit far fetched to be honest. We are truly sorry you did not respond to any of our communications before the deadlines. I am not sure what else we could have done outside of the contact information that was provided in your registration.
  21. Vendela_Marie

    LPK Will not be Playing .

    And the disrespect comes from the clans on y’all roster and hopefully y’all will get a mod detector because half of the clans on the roster use modded controllers it’s all good EPK will rise to the top ‼️
  22. The wait is over. It is my pleasure to unveil the newest Paladins Champion right here, exclusively at PlayStation.Blog. Evil Mojo Games has been building up to this Champion reveal for months, as part of Paladins’ ongoing lore campaign. We’ve hinted at his existence as the Paladins arrived in the Shattered Desert and found portals radiating with otherworldly power. The Paladins community has been theorycrafting all week, trying to decipher teasers. And I’m thrilled to be the first to tell you about him. Atlas, Man out of Time, will be the next Frontline Champion in Paladins. There is no light in the future, only an all-consuming Darkness. The Realm is lost. Atlas was born into this dark future as the son of a legendary Judge. Each day he fought to survive, and each night he found solace in stories of the Realm that was. These stories gave Realmkind hope, but their final stand against the Darkness failed tragically. All hope was lost… but one. Atlas studied old books of Crystal magic and mastered the control of time. He researched old tales of what started all this, of how the world had fallen. And then (as you saw in the video) Atlas stepped into the past, determined to save the Realm — and stop the Darkness — by changing the course of history. When you play as Atlas, you’ll feel his incredible control of time in every ability. He can summon a wall that slows time for enemy bullets and arrows. He can rewind time for himself… and for opponents. And with his ultimate, Atlas can even banish his foes from the space-time continuum. And I haven’t even begun to talk about Atlas’s incredible gun arm. It’s a perfect piece of future-fantasy technology, a truly unique weapon with four different firing modes depending on how long you charge each shot. Adapt to any combat situation as you unleash a precise single shot, or a close-range burst of energy. You’ll be able to play Atlas in our March update, “Future’s End.” But if Atlas has you excited about Paladins, there’s no better time to start playing. We’re offering a free bundle for PlayStation Plus Members for a limited time! With the Paladins PlayStation Plus Pack, you’ll wield guns and magic with eight free Champions. Choose from a deadly assassin, a cursed lawman, a self-important knight, and more. You’ll also unlock Voice Packs for your eight free Champions, plus 10 skins and bonus cosmetic content including a Mount! Atlas isn’t the only new content coming in “Future’s End.” This massive update is our biggest yet. We’ll be launching an all-new Battle Pass in Future’s End: An 8-bit, retro gaming-themed Battle Byte Battle Pass! The pixelated effects on these skins are absolutely stunning, and really capture the nostalgia of our shared gaming history. And, of course, we’ll conclude the End Times event that started in our February update. This event includes a special game mode where you can battle in the Shattered Desert and experience the power of the portals that brought Atlas back in time. This event also includes a ton of incredible Omega skins, depicting an alternate high-tech future. My favorite has to be the all-new Omega Imani, featuring an incredible mecha-dragon. This is Imani’s first Epic skin in Paladins, and it’s a great one. There are so many more great things coming to Paladins. Not just in Future’s End, but throughout an incredible year to come. But if I told you about them all now, I’d ruin all the fun. Join us in the Realm for a year you won’t want to miss. View the full article
  23. Vendela_Marie

    LPK Will not be Playing .

    The screenshot said registration completed waiting on organizer validation ? I’m not understanding and alternates ? This is a bunch of bologna
  24. shane

    LPK Will not be Playing .

    So here is what happened, we sent out around 7 emails, a psn message and numerous messages on discord for clans to complete their clan rep registration. We currently have 24 spots with 31 clans entering. We set the deadline to the 15th and extended to yesterday. Once we hit 24 clans yesterday with no response we closed registration. We however still need 2 alternates for the season. As for any disrespect, please let me know who is doing this as it is not acceptable.
  25. Vendela_Marie

    LPK Will not be Playing .

    I’m not understanding EPK signed up weeks ago and our name isn’t up there now it’s to full to even register ‼️ Do clans get hand picked I’m not understanding our clan gets kicked around and treated with disrespect we felt as if urgent fury would be good to show people that we are more then what they say. It says waiting on organizers validation what validation we been waiting on validation for almost a month ????
  26. Road To The Show is a game mode where you create yourself (or your alter ego). The goal is simple: get drafted, make it to The Show, and eventually to the Hall Of Fame. For MLB The Show 19, we’ve added some new features and tweaked others to offer the best version of the mode ever. First order of business: there are no attribute caps in MLB The Show 19. That’s right — if you want to be a baseball god, it’s now possible… but it won’t be easy. Archetypes have been retooled, and the choices represent how your player approaches the game. Each archetype determines how quickly you progress in certain attributes. Let’s take a look at some of the other new features in Road To The Show! Personality Growth and Relationships Your play on the field won’t be the only thing that determines how good of a player you’ll be. New in MLB The Show this year: Personality Growth and Relationships. These help establish your player’s locker room personality based on how you interact with others. Are you are a Maverick, Lighting Rod, Captain, or the Heart and Soul of the team? As you level up in each personality tree and relationship, you’ll unlock perks, and boost them as well. All of the perks align to your role on the team dynamic. In-game Challenges When you’re issued a challenge, whether it’s on the field or during training, you’ll be looking to get better and push yourself. The new Challenge structure in RTTS could be anything: a number of games, or just a single, crucial at-bat. You control how high you set the bar, and as a result, how you much you stand to gain by succeeding. You only stand to gain by completing the Challenges – and if you fail, no worries. You won’t be punished. Playable Training In MLB The Show 19, you’ll have playable training sessions that allow you to play interactive mini-games that directly affect your gains in the gym. Be sure to check out Thursday’s Twitch live stream for more information on these and other improvements to Road To The Show. This is an especially exciting year for us here at PlayStation. We’re thrilled to welcome a new class of Legends to the team, including some all-time greats, and even more excited to show you what else we have in store in MLB The Show 19! In the meantime, please make sure to watch The Show Nation, our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts between now and March 26 for the latest updates. View the full article
  27. Ahoy, Mateys! One Piece World Seeker is almost upon us — March 15 will mark the return of Luffy and his crew. As the Pirate Captain Monkey D. Luffy you’ll explore Jewel Island, a land torn in two by war. You’ll need all of Luffy’s abilities to uncover the island’s many mysteries and help its citizens. With that, let’s dive into some of the features of the game: Karma System Not only will you be tasked with helping the locals and a few familiar faces, you’ll also build relationships with them through the Karma System. By completing various objectives throughout your adventure you’ll unlock new side missions given to by the residents of the island or maybe even your crew. Completing the newly opened missions will net you skill points, new dialog scenes and a rare item at times. If you’re an absolute completionist the Karma System is the buried treasure you’re seeking. Traversing the Island The Karma System is just one aspect of One Piece World Seeker, traversal is another big component. You’ll jet around the island through the use of Luffy’s dynamic and stretchy Gum Gum abilities. Latch onto various objects within the world to get a better view of the action or swing from rooftop to rooftop. When you really want to cover distance, use the Gear Fourth technique to transform into a hot air juggernaut and take to the skies using air dashes and glides. Combat Combat is another key feature. By using the Haki Battle System you’ll implore all sorts elastic attacks on your foes. Arm Haki mode allows Luffy to unleash a wide area attack but it is much slower in comparison due to the amount of distance it has to cover, you’ll also be able to block gunfire in this mode, useful for taking on the Marines stationed on the island. Feeling a bit sneakier? Switch to the Observation Haki and avoid enemies all together. You can also check enemy positions through walls to set up your next plan of attack or to sneak up on your foes unnoticed and take them out with one shot. There are many other Haki techniques to master, you’ll have to pick up the game to see them all. The producer of One Piece World Seeker also wanted to offer some insight into the game. Check out this mini-interview we did with him: What sets this game apart makes this game from previous One Piece games? We wanted to create a unique experience that is true to One Piece’s theme of adventure and exploration. Unlike other One Piece games, you are now able to freely explore a new setting with an all-new original story, and original character designs by Eiichiro Oda, the creator of the One Piece series. Why did the development team focus on making One Piece World Seeker an “open field experience”? I’ve always dreamt of being able to explore an island in the One Piece universe, and I imagine fans have as well. So, I wanted to make those dreams come true for the fans and myself. What better way to do that than on a new island and as the captain of the Straw Hats, Luffy! How did you make sure Luffy’s movements and abilities were accurate to the original source material? Through discussions between the licensor and dev team, we were able to ensure that Luffy’s actions were replicated straight from the manga and anime. We were confident we could do a good job in making Luffy’s abilities come to life, but it didn’t come without trial and error. We constantly tested his different actions to make sure it would translate into a fun experience. We believe that we succeeded in this task. Is there anything you’d like the fans of One Piece know before they start the game? We’re beyond thrilled to be able to share this all-new One Piece story and can’t wait for fans to get their hands on the game to experience Luffy’s abilities while they explore this brand-new world. One Piece World Seeker is now available for pre-order for PS4 at PlayStation Store. Pre-order your copy now to receive the Strange Island Rocks Mission, Military Costume and Swimsuit Costume when the game launches. That’s all for now, you scallywags — fly your sails high on March 15! View the full article
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