Lost Planet multiplayer at GC

Those of you wondering what the multiplayer part of Lost Planet is going to be like won't have to wait much longer to find out - Capcom's planning to show it off at Game Convention in Leipzig next month.

In an announcement this afternoon, Capcom Eurosoft said that its stand would play host to four-versus-four team battles - with players struggling against the game's icy conditions almost as much as each other.

The full game will include "numerous multiplayer maps and modes", says Capcom. Speaking to Eurogamer at E3, Keiji Inafune said the team was aiming to support up to 32 players in the final game.

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shotty6495d ago

Capcom please can you release a second demo with multiplayer. I really really like the first demo, keep up the great work.

TheMART6494d ago

I think this can be so much fun. Lost Planet in MP think about it.

Has anyone heard of a PS64 MP game though? THere you go with the 'free' online great network. It's the PS2 lies all over again I think.

This game is going to rock. Another exclusive!

Cyclonus6493d ago

i hope the grappling hook features heavily.

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10 Weirdest Video Games of All Time

Plenty of unforgettable games have completely messed up their players throughout the years, all the way back from the PS1 days to the dark recesses of the modern internet.

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JonTheGod14h ago

Why are the Katamari games not on the list??

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70 percent of devs unsure of live-service games sustainability

With so many games fighting for players' attention and interest losing out over time, time sink games are at risk of eventually losing steam.

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thorstein1d 10h ago

It was worrisome to begin with.

It's a niche genre with only a handful of hits that can stand the test of time.

Cacabunga13h ago

I like the sound of that!! I will for sure never support these gaas games.
Sony must be shocked at gamer's reaction, making them cancel a few of these and hopefully go back to the good heavy hitters they had us used to..
now bring on that PSPro reveal and show us some SP 1st party awesomeness.

CrimsonWing691d 10h ago

What’s to be unsure of!? Look at the ratio of success to failure!

DarXyde16h ago

It's pretty ridiculous.

Imagine having a breadth of data at your disposal to see the statistically low success rate of these games, only to be laser focused on the exceptional case studies.

shinoff21831d 8h ago

Yes. Stop all the live service bs.

jznrpg1d 8h ago

Only a few will catch on. You need a perfect storm to be successful in GaaS and a bit of luck on top of that. But a potential cash cow will keep them trying and some will go out of business because of it.

MIDGETonSTILTS171d 8h ago

Helldivers 2 manages just fine…

Keep production costs low… don’t just make custscenes until the mechanics and enemies are perfected first.

Make so much content that you can drip extra content for years, and the game already feels complete without them.

Most importantly: make weapons, enemies, levels, and mechanics that will stand the test of 1000 hours. This might require more devs embracing procedurally generated leveled, which I think separates Helldivers 2 from Destiny’s repetitiveness.

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The Battle Pass Is The Worst Thing To Happen To Modern Gaming

Nameer from eXputer: "Some exceptions aside, I don't think the battle pass is a net positive for gaming with how they're implemented in most live service titles."

got_dam1d 12h ago

Battle passes AND meta gaming both.

DivineHand1251d 10h ago (Edited 1d 10h ago )

I like the way Helldivers 2 does battle passes. It allows you to make purchases on each level of the battle pass and gives you the option of choosing which item to unlock first. The more purchases you make using medals the further you progress. There is no timer and you can earn medals towards purchasing stuff via personal orders and Major orders.

I haven't played much live service games that have battle passes but I remember some games that have battle passes where you progress through it linearly using an exp system. What makes it really bad is that the battle pass will have like 50 or more levels with the cooler stuff being closer to the end. They also have an in-game shop that sells exp boosters so you can reach the end of the pass before it refreshes. Everyone ilse will have to grind their way through.

lucian2291d 9h ago

battle pass in fortnite is perfect; buy one and it buys the rest for every other season as it gives you more money than the first cost. so 8.50 and season ends with you getting 13.00, it pays for the next and you have some pocket change to save up for cash shop. All of which is optional