Gameindustry.biz writes, "The PC version of licensed shooter Aliens vs Predator will support dedicated servers, according to a new statement made by British developer Rebellion." Hit the link for more.
This is going to be another game in my software library. Loved the first 2, I hope this will do the series justice. With dedicated servers, it a step in the right direction.
But I enjoyed the PC game See u online... think im going predator :) | only thing thats lame, is that he has his fists out the entire time. hope they remove that.. :\ WHo walks around with their fists out all the time?
when it used to be par for the course and all PC games had it.
IM just happy these guys & Dice are still making PC-Enhanced titles. They deserve every penny for it as well. Even Futuremark is making games now. And they are the Benchmark PC studio.
This made me lol I guess pc gamers making IW public enemy number1 really made devs think twice about their pc versions excuse the bad grammar I'm sick so I'm using my iPhone
They should so we can have 32 players online. Anything less might not be as great in 3 way team deathmatch. Remember the level in which the marines control the lower level with the mech, preds have the high level, while the aliens slaughtered everybody anywhere... that was fun.
I played the first one waaaaaaaaaaay back in the day, it had amazing graphics for it's time, but the gameplay and controls seemed a bit crappy. I'm already sold on buying this though, not only does it look amazing, but DX11 people!, we've gotta show the devs it's worth spending the extra money making the PC version the best....well what I meant was by an even bigger margin :D
You missed out on the second one. Hopefully, the third one will blow away the second.
AVP2 was so good I got at least 100hrs online in that game dos anyone know if the new AVP will have evolution cycles? I heard they took it out. that was one of my favorite parts of AVP
I probably have like 1000 hours in AVP2. I used to play that non-stop.
Rebellion know how pc gaming works. We don't need matchmaking.
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