May 17, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
Watch Dogs won’t be out until May 27, but it seems as though someone managed to get a PS4 copy of the game already (we haven’t seen any leaks from the Xbox One or other versions yet). Therefore, we’ve gotten to see a plethora of leaked images and gameplay footage. If you want everything to be fresh and new for you when you play the game yourself, you should probably stop reading now. If you’d like to take a look at Watch Dogs, however, read on.
The first gameplay videos can be downloaded for slightly better quality.
The next is an off-screen recording of a Twitch stream, so it won’t give you the best impression of the way the game looks. But at least you can check out some new gameplay elements not seen in the previous video.
Other screenshots include a couple shots of the map–beware of potential spoilers if you take a closer look.
The same source who did the stream of Watch Dogs released two more videos. The second begins the same as the above video, but after four minutes turns over to all new footage.
It doesn’t seem as though serious steps are being taken to remove the leaked footage, so enjoy. Once you’ve finished watching, let us know what you think. Is a Watch Dogs purchase in your future?Tags: footage, leaked, ps4, screenshots, video, watch dogs, xbox one
April 23, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
Yep. It’s got 100.
In an interview with Gamersyde, Creative Director Jonathan Morin said that there are “about forty contracts that are more focused on driving” and “more than 100” mini-games, including “the drinking game, more classic city games, poker, chess, […] the shell game, […]the more crazy games on the phone using augmented reality, there are two of them. We also have the digital trips.”
From what Morin said, at least two of the puzzling screenshots that appeared in the Welcome to Chicago trailer are examples of these “digital trips.”
Thanks to NeoGAF, we’ve also gotten to see a batch of character and environment screenshots revealed in Europe.
Check out the thread to see the rest–but first, take a look at this great new footage, if you’re interested in the multiplayer aspects of Watch Dogs, courtesy of GameInformer.
What do you think? Is Watch Dogs shaping up the way you hoped it would? Share your impressions in the comments below. May 27 is quickly approaching, and we anticipate a lot more Watch Dogs news before then.Tags: footage, mini-games, multiplayer, ps4, screenshots, watch dogs, xbox one
July 23, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - 4 Comments
Have you been wondering how much gameplay your PS4 will be able to automatically and continuously record? The answer is 15 minutes. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe confirmed the number to CVG just yesterday. All recording will be done by your console in the background and be available to edit and publish once you’ve finished what you’re doing.
The recorded footage can be accessed through the new DualShock 4 controller’s share button from where you’ll be able to edit, crop and add titles to your clips – all on your PS4. You can then share your videos across social networks using Ustream.
The 15 minute figure also compares favorably to the Xbox One’s automatic recording capabilities – it can take 5 minutes worth of gameplay footage. We can’t wait to see how this new feature is used by gamers once the PS4 is released and are sure there will be a lot of scope to utilize it in describing cheats, glitches, guides and more!Tags: clip, footage, gameplay, recording, sharing, video
by Cheats.co Staff - 3 Comments
Here’s some newly confirmed information regarding an Xbox One feature a lot of you are probably excited about – automatic recording of gameplay. It is now known that the Xbox One is able to automatically record the last five minutes of your gameplay.
Details concerning the time length were given by Microsoft Studios creative director Ken Lob while discussing the Xbox One version of Killer Instinct at Comic-Con.
The idea is you’re always recording. The last five minutes of any game you’re playing are always being stored on your hard drive.
The five minute figure is less than what the Playstation 4 is capable of recording however. Apparently it can do 15 minutes.
The Xbox One will, however, also offer some other cool features in terms of recording and sharing your gameplay. For instance you’ll be able to edit your footage on the fly and add things like voice-overs and titles. Plus, for times when you can’t stop and edit your clips (like right after that awesome killstreak you just nailed in CoD online) you can simply say “Xbox, record that” and your console will save the last 30 seconds of gameplay to the hard-drive. You can then go back and edit it later. And don’t forget you can stream all your gameplay online via the Xbox One (and PS4 for that matter).
All in all the next generation of gaming offers some exciting possibilities in terms of recording and sharing your gameplay and we can’t wait to see all the exciting ways it’s used – not the least in terms of cheats and guides for games!Tags: clip, footage, gameplay, record, video