Are you one of those looking forward to the old republic release? Well you are not the only one. According to EA, the Beta attracted millions of volunteers!
EA declares strong interest in test period for MMORPG, with testers averaging 12 hours of playtime on Thanksgiving weekend alone.
The recent public testing phase of the massively multiplayer online role-playing game Star Wars: The Old Republic attracted 2 million volunteers, according to EA. The publisher says more than 725,000 unique players joined the game over the Thanksgiving weekend, making it "one of the biggest beta tests in history." Some 2.4 million gamers had registered in advance on the game's official website, with 2 million later signing up for the public beta.
Are you still wondering if BF3 can compete with MW3? Or is it the other way around? Check out this comparison from technorati.com.
I've already written an article comparing Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 and in that article I said that Modern Warfare 3 was more like playing a movie than a game. I still hold that opinion.
Good news for Skyrim PC players, you will benefit the most from future updates!
Bethesda Softworks has committed to plenty of postlaunch support for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, but the nature and frequency of that support will vary by platform.
In a post on the Bethesda Blog, the company detailed upcoming plans for Skyrim patches and acknowledged that PC players will see their game updated more frequently than their console counterparts.