New Gameplay Trailer for Tokyo Game Show!

With Tokyo Game Show taking place this week (September 18 – 21) in the home city for Shinji Mikami’s team, Tango Gameworks, it only made sense to come up with a new gameplay trailer for The Evil Within. In our newest footage, the game’s primary antagonist Ruvik (voiced by Jackie Earle Haley), narrates and gives clues to the madness you will encounter.

And if you really want to get into the TGS spirit, you can watch the trailer for the Japanese version of the game (Psychobreak), here! As news and pictures come out of TGS, we’ll be sure to share them through our Twitter and Facebook pages.

With less than a month until the October 14th, expect plenty of terrifying updates for the game in the days and weeks ahead. If you’re ready to pre-order, head to www.theevilwithin.com.

The Return of DOOM

Earlier today, we ever-so-slightly tugged on the curtain to reveal that new information on DOOM is coming soon. We encourage you to throw on some headphones and check out the trailer.

We’re not ready to discuss the details of the game yet, but we’ll be sharing new info at this year’s QuakeCon event – taking place July 17-20th at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX. For more information on the event, visit www.QuakeCon.org.

Announcing BATTLECRY! (Updated)

Welcome to the WarZone! BATTLECRY, a 32-player online team action game, is the first project from our Austin-based team, BattleCry Studios.

In the reveal trailer above, get a first look at the world envisioned by Viktor Antonov (Half-Life 2, Dishonored) — where gun powder has been banned following a cataclysmic world war at the dawn of the 20th century. Traditional warfare is now a relic of the past and all conflicts are settled head-on by elite teams of chosen warriors in sanctioned WarZones. Trained and bred for battle they face off for the glory of their nations.

To learn more on BATTLECRY – planned to be in Beta in 2015, visit the game’s official website — featuring an introduction blog post from Rich Vogel — and the BATTLECRY social media channels:

Official Website – http://www.battlecrythegame.com
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/BATTLECRYTheGame
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/battlecry_game

UPDATE: Recently, various gaming sites had a chance to participate in 32-players matches of the game. Learn more about their experience in the links below.

The Escapist – “The scenery of the level we played on did feel like as if you were playing in well-crafted anime painting.”

Polygon – “BattleCry’s positive community aspirations are certainly encouraging. The game’s bright, gorgeous atmosphere, clearly influenced by Antonov’s stylized work, may help foster that warm, cheery feeling of camaraderie.”

The Verge – “Its alternate take on a post-WWI world features a slick steampunk look, complete with strange technology and classy looking soldiers.”

GameSpot – Antonov’s distinct touch was immediately apparent in the map I played on, an alternate-history take on an industrial English city that manages to feel both grimy and oddly beautiful at the same time.

Eurogamer – “What these brief glimpses do illustrate is intent, and BattleCry’s team seems absolutely genuine in its desire to do something different in the F2P multiplayer market, and clearly very aware of the hurdles it faces in getting there. With a handful of intriguing ideas, and a surplus of ambition, if nothing else BattleCry will be one to watch for in 2015.”

GameFront – “The PC-based multiplayer title is easy to pick up and offers a lot of potential for depth, but at its heart, it’s a melee game that handles similarly to titles like God of War.”

Destructoid – “From the five (or so) matches that we got to see, BattleCry looks like it’ll be the perfect title to scratch an itch that a sizable portion of players have. It’s easy to jump into, and it’s very fast-paced.”

GamesRadar – “Like a classic game of Quake or Unreal Tournament, Battlecry delivers a steady stream of twitchy excitement. Whenever I wasn’t charging sword-end first into the fray, I was speeding to the nearest clash with dodge-rolls and gap-crossing swings on grappling hooks.”

PC Gamer – “…after Antonov’s work on Half-Life 2 and Dishonored, I’ve got strong hopes that it will look distinct.”

GameZone – “… Battlecry has the core to be a really fun and entertaining online battle arena game. ”

Rock, Paper, Shotgun – “BattleCry’s a melee-focused third-person multiplayer game, with up to 32 stylish soldiers murdering each other. And they are quite stylish, as the art direction is by Dishonored visual designer Viktor Antonov.”

GameReactor – “It’s visceral. Mere seconds into our first session our head was separated from the rest of our body and the blood kept being spillt with decapitations and flying limbs being the rule rather than the exception.”

CVG – New preview plus an interview with studio head Rich Vogel.

Still not sure what BATTLECRY is? Hear nearly 30 minutes of discussion on the game courtesy of Polygon’s Brian Crecente and Mike McWhertor.

 

Wolfenstein  – ‘House of the Rising Sun’ Launch Trailer

The Resistance has gathered and the time to rise against the Nazi’s is upon us. Watch our final pre-release gameplay trailer for Wolfenstein: The New Order.

Wolfenstein: The New Order releases next week – Tuesday, May 20th – on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. As an added bonus, everyone who pre-orders the game will be invited to access the DOOM beta with their copy of Wolfenstein.

For more information on the DOOM beta access pre-order bonus, as well as applicable terms and restrictions, please visit: www.wolfenstein.com/DOOM.

The Evil Within – PAX East Gameplay Trailer


In time for PAX East, watch our newest gameplay trailer for The Evil Within. The terrifying new trailer shows never-before-seen gameplay and gives a first look at Sebastian’s confrontation with Boxman.

If you’re coming to Boston this weekend, we will be showing the Boxman battle and more in presentations at the Bethesda Booth. Be sure to stop by our booth and check out the live gameplay presentation,  and if you happen to dress up in The Evil Within cosplay, we’ll reward you with a spot in the front of the line.

Wolfenstein – ‘Nowhere to Run’ Gameplay Trailer


1960. There is no more war. The Nazis control the globe and hope is lost.

But not for everyone. A resourceful team of resistance fighters, led by B.J. Blazkowicz, are fighting back against the Reich forces led by Colonel Deathshead. Learn more about their movement in this all-new gameplay trailer, “Nowhere to Run”.

As a reminder, Wolfenstein: The New Order hits PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on Tuesday, May 20th. Pre-ordering the game will get you access in to our Beta program for the next DOOM game, and if you happen to be in Boston this weekend for PAX East, don’t forget to checkout our booth and community event for a chance to play the game.

The Evil Within – TGS Trailer

Tokyo Game Show is this week, and to celebrate the affair, we’ve released a new trailer for The Evil Within. As you all know by now, the game is being developed by Tango Gameworks — led by the father of survival horror, Shinji Mikami.

Stay tuned to the blog, as well as Facebook.com/TheEvilWithin and @TheEvilWithin, for more on the game. And don’t forget to check the game’s first livestream next week during the Eurogamer Expo.

Wolfenstein: The New Order – E3 Trailer

Taking place in 1960, Wolfenstein: The New Order depicts an alternate timeline – one in which the Nazis won World War II and took over the world… and only B.J. Blazkowicz can stand up to them. Learn more in our new E3 trailer featuring new gameplay footage.

For more information on the game coming out of E3, visit http://wolfenstein.com and our social media sites: