19 release of the game will still be early access and still cost you just $29.99 (down from the launch price of $60). The news was announced in a press release, but mostly noticed by inpatient would be fans who spotted the release date change on the official Steam page. The, now, Dec.
“Atlas” is a pirate massively multiplayer game that is about 1,200 the size of “Ark” and can host 40,000 players spread out across its 700 unique islands and sprawling 45,000-square kilometer ocean. Variety spoke with some of the team last week following the Game Awards, where the game was revealed.
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That means someone can steal the ship right out from under you, plunder your booty and take away your pets and crew. Every piece of the ship is placed by the player, allowing them to figure out not just how the ship looks, but where things are like the gunports and sails. The game has players building drydocks and then slowing creating the ship of their dreams, building up from a dinghy to a galleon, one plank at a time. Once built, players can recruit other gamers to join their ship, or they can hire a computer-controlled crew. Player customization includes things like per-pixel tattoo designing, dynamic hair growth, and real-time aging systems. As with “Ark,” the world of “Atlas” is almost entirely up for grabs.
13 won't be arriving now until Dec. A bit of disappointment for fans of "Ark: Survival Evolved," pirates, and games created by Studio Wildcard. 19. "Atlas," the pirate-themed, do-anything game set for an early release on Dec.

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Finally, Judge talks about the experience of watching his own son play "God of War" — as much a story about a father and son as it is anything else — and how the game's performance was a love letter to his family.
Judge said he didn't realize when he first read the script for "God of War" that it was a video game script and that once he did, his initial reaction was to turn it down. His explanation of how they convinced him says a lot about the game and how it turned out.
He also talked about what it was like spending so much time working alongside Sunny Suljic (the voice of Kratos' son Atreus in "God of War) for so long and how their relationship grew over time. Christopher Judge (voice of Kratos in "God of War") stopped by on the red carpet to discuss with Variety what it was like to help reinvent so iconic a video game character.
"God of War" took home the much-deserved game of the year award from last week's Game Awards. The game delivered through skilled direction, development, artistry and of course acting.