Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is slated for an update this week, patch 2.1, which will include some PC performance changes to deal with the DX12 crashes.
According to third party key retailer site Green Man Gaming, Ubisoft will be pulling The Division 2 from various digital retailers shortly after launch.
PC players who pre-order Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will get a free download for one of three other Ubisoft games like Watch_Dogs 2 or Far Cry Primal.
Massive Entertainment will be taking the lead on the game once again with Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Annecy, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai all providing support In a stream, the team said it wouldn't be talking about any further details surrounding the game until E3, where the title will get a full reveal. That's all we have to[...]
The Massive is a 30-issue series leading up to a very specific reveal, and today we're going to be talking about this reveal. I wanted to write a few words about these last three issues I'm pretty proud not only of the comic we've* all worked hard to produce, but also proud of the fact we've[...]
Forty-Three Thoughts About Forty-Three Comics – Superior Spider-Man Team Up, Revolutionary War, A+X, Justice League Dark, Superman, Sex, Satellite Sam, Alex + Ada, Revenge, Real Heroes, Fatale, Amazing X-Men, Origin II, Silver Surfer, Deadpool, Iron Patriot, Brilliant, Hawkeye, Survive, Game Of Thrones, Red Sonja, GI Joe, Ghostbusters, Godzilla, Transformers, Furious, Massive, Bloodhound, Tomb Raider, King Conan, Serenity, Vandroid, Pariah, Elfquest, Mind MGMT, Captain Midnight, Mass Effect, Empowered, Star Wars Legends, Blackout, Bravest Warriors, Midas Flesh And Hacktivist
Introducing the Garth Ennis of massive space robots… Game Of Thrones #19 starts us off where we mean to continue, with male genital mutilation, nice and early on a Wednesday. And, from the same publisher Legends Of Red Sonja #5 gives us someone who appears quite willing to do the same to the reader If the reader[...]
Thirty-Nine Thoughts About Thirty-Nine Comics – All New Invaders, Batman, Mighty Avengers, Batman And Robin, Hawkeye, Transformers, Animal Man, Origin II, X-Factor, Wonder Woman, Sex, Harley Quinn, Batwoman, X-Men, Midas Flesh, Jinnrise, Star Wars, Pretty Deadly, Deadly Class, Dead Body Road, Chew, Umbral, Krampus, Zero, Bad Ass, Peanuts, TMNT, Elfquest, Mind MGMT, Dark Horse Presents, Captain Midnight, X-Files, Massive, Judge Dredd, Mega City Two, The Mocking Dead, Samurai Jack and Aphrodite XI Hidden Files
Glass gets broken, but teeth stay intact. Massive #19 sees the Russians use every part of the helicopter, from tip to tail. X-Files Conspiracy: Ghostbusters #1 does bring up the question of exactly where Egon got his hair in The Real Ghostbusters. Judge Dredd #15 makes me wonder… exactly how can you listen well through that bloody[...]
Thirty-Three Thoughts About Thirty-Three Comics – Young Avengers, Tom Strong, Nova, Secret Avengers, Now What?, Haunted Horror, Justice League Dark, Great Pacific, Satellite Sam, Sex Criminals, Uncanny Avengers, Pretty Deadly, Judge Dredd, Velvet, Infinity Hunt, Conan, Infinity Heist, Larfleez, Savage Wolverine, Rat Queens, Massive, Doctor Who, Rocketeer/Spirit, Samurai Jack, Mind MGMT, Kiss Me Satan, Zombie War, Fever Ridge, Dark Horse Presents, Vampirella, Army Of Darkness/Reanimator and Thunderbolts
That is, as the title of the book might suggest, Massive. Doctor Who turns off the television Seriously, if he tries this trick on November the 23rd I'm not going to be happy And, as we learned earlier, neither will Bunker. Don't you hate it when car passengers fight while you're actually trying to drive them somewhere?[...]
Twenty Thoughts About Twenty Comics Today – Morning Glories, Secret, Justice League, Itty Bitty Hellboy, Super Dinosaur, Angel And Faith, Mind The Gap, Skullkickers, Lazarus, Massive, Think Tank, Sex, Peanuts, Steed And Mrs Peel, Fanboys Vs Zombies, Regular Show, Uncanny X-Men, New Avengers, Wolverine & The X-Men, Uncanny Avengers
Thank you Massive for joining the dots on that one But I need something uplifting something silly, something sex-free, something… Something Itty Bitty Hellboy! There we go, from the Aw Yeah guys, a kids version of Hellboy that's just as entertaining as the real thing And as a result, probably read by forty year olds like[...]
First up we tackle Adam Egypt Mortimer & Darick Robertson's Ballistic #1 from Black Mask Studios; then delve into Tommie Kelly's latest webcomic saga Them; and finally turn our attention to Brian Wood, Garry Brown & Jordie Bellaire's The Massive #13 from Dark Horse Comics Plus we give shout-outs to Matthew Craig & Jesse Young,[...]
Next week sees the launch of Half Past Danger from IDW, Bounce from Image, Akaneiro from Dark Horse, Green Team and a big expensive Green Lantern #20 from DC, Occupy Comics from Black Mask and Tank Girl from Titan. The week after that? Wake #1 and X-Men #1! DARK HORSE COMICS AKANEIRO #1 $3.99 DARK HORSE PRESENTS #24 (MR) $7.99 DEEP SEA[...]
Where so much of DMZ was about Matty struggling to maintain journalistic distance and eventually realizing he couldn't, The Massive has no illusions of neutrality Instead, this is a story about an unusually well-equipped direct action group, trying to find their way in a world where there are no people to take direct action against[...]
And this is what we learned. Brian Wood might stay on Conan after his contract is up with 25 but no official word yet. He promised last year that Massive would have backmatter pages exclusive to the comic but they disappeared Why? Time is the biggest issue, but he plans to bring them back but not to[...]
His latest work, for Dark Horse, The Massive is another tale in the proud Wood tradition of dark, modern comics after bringing readers through the DMZ of NYC and the heartbreaking lyricism of DEMO. If you haven't read The Massive, #3 just came out this week wrapping up Part One of the story It's a dense,[...]
Elliot Cole reviews The Massive for Bleeding Cool; The Massive, Wood's latest big new thing, regards a crew of Greenpeace-ish activists aboard a boat amidst (literally) tumultuous times. It's a great start to a series, apart from tiny thing which I'll get to presently, and the switching colour palettes easily guide you through and there's a nice[...]