Spec Ops: The Line News (Xbox360)

Yager license Unreal Engine 4, Spec Ops dev will unveil in "coming months"

Posted: 14.03.2013 by Technet2k

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Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager have signed on the dotted line to use Epic's new fancy Unreal Engine 4 technology for a "major next-generation title" that will be unveiled in "the coming months."

Back in August a Yager designer teased they were working on something big but hinted that Spec Ops' lacklustre sales meant a sequel wasn't a likely candidate. UE4 "hands down" the best.

Spec Ops: The Line's "bullsh*t" multiplayer "literally a check box"

Posted: 29.08.2012 by Technet2k

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The online component for Spec Ops: The Line seriously irks lead designer Cory Davis from developer Yager because it's something the team didn't want, and was in fact handled by another studio.

2K Games "was relentless" in securing multiplayer made it in despite being "literally a check box" feature. Online was "never a focus" and game mechanics "were raped" to fit in multiplayer.

Free co-op mode now available for Spec Ops: The Line

Posted: 21.08.2012 by JonahFalcon

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2K Games has announced that the free co-op multiplayer DLC is now available for download for their military third-person shooter Spec Ops: The Line.

LEGO Batman 2 UK number one for third consecutive week

Posted: 09.07.2012 by Technet2k

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Telltale Games' LEGO Batman 2 DC Super Heroes is yet again atop the UK all format chart, making this its third consecutive week despite moving 30% less units for the seven days.

London 2012: The Official Video Game has nudged up to 2nd, and has seen sales climb 81%. At 3rd it's The Amazing Spider-Man from Activision and Beenox. Spec Ops: The Line 4th.

The Amazing Spider-Man debuts 2nd in UK, LEGO Batman 2 stays 1st Poll

Posted: 02.07.2012 by Technet2k

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The superhero adventuring in LEGO Batman 2 has out foxed The Amazing Spider-Man, and even Specs Ops: The Line from 2K Games, which entered 3rd. London 2012 hit 4th.

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection debuted 10th, followed by The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy: HD Classics 11th. FIFA 12 tumbled to 5th, with Ghost Recon: Future Soldier behind it 6th.