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This “may or may not” be Borderlands 3, but we sure as hell hope it’s Borderlands 3

1 Mar

At look at what could possibly be the next Borderlands game was shown at GDC 2017 today. And we say “possibly” because it was never confirmed despite what was shown.


During Epic’s Unreal presentation at the annual event in San Francisco, Gearbox Software president Randy Pitchford took the stage to show rendering tech the studio “may use in a future Gearbox game”.

Sure looks like Borderlands 3, doesn’t it? Pitchford called the character you see in the image above a “production model,” and repeatedly stressed in his talk what was being shown – character and environments alike – “may” or “may not” make it into a “future Gearbox game.”

Just keep that in mind while you salivate over getting your hands on a third entry in the main Borderlands series and while looking over my horrible screencaps below.


During his short chat on stage, he also stressed the character seen has its pauldron positioned in a manner so as not to give who it is away. He also said to not focus on the character, but the shadows cast by her.

If you watch the presentation posted below (thanks, PCgamesN), Pitchford also touched upon how the tech helps create real-time shadows and depending on properties of the planet, simulate different physics.

“It allows the scene to simulate in real-time,” says Pitchford. “As time of day changes, or, as, maybe conceivably we have different physics if we, for example, were to explore different planets. There might be different physics and the sun and the moons might be in different positions than what we’re used to on Pandora.” So, a new planet, or additional one, maybe? Yes, please.

Watch live video from UnrealEngine on www.twitch.tv

Pitchford’s presentation at the Unreal keynote starts around 1:04:00 and ends at 1:15:47.

He closes his chat by reassuring everyone Gearbox was working on the next Borderlands game and would get it to you soon.

In April of last year, Gearbox said it would start work on Borderlands 3 after Battleborn and its DLC wrapped up. Or it could be called Borderlands 4, because that’s how Gearbox rolls.

Whatever it ends up being called, you can expect it to be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Civilization 6 is adding Australia: but first, grab the series in this Humble Bundle

21 Feb

If you’re interested in Civilization, now’s the perfect time to jump into the beloved strategy series.


An Australian contingent has just been announced for Civilzation 6, which will be led by former Prime Minister John Curtain (we suppose Bob Hawke was busy). They’ll be able to build outback stations, and will have a unique ‘digger’ unit, based on the country’s forces from World Wars 1 and 2.

They might not sound like the most exciting country, but as an Australian myself…we really know how to build a big outback station.

The same update will add Steam Workshop support, additional modding tools, and multiplayer team functionality as well.

If you’re not caught up on the Civilization series, though, now is a perfect time to get into it through the latest Humble Bundle. The Humble Civilization Bundle offers up several titles and expansions for very little money.

Pay $1 to unlock the complete editions of Civilization 3 and 4. Pay over the average (currently $7.31) to unlock Civ 5, all its DLC, and coupons for 20% off Civ 6’s standard and deluxe editions. Splurge out on the $15 pack, and you’ll get the spare-faring Civilization: Beyond Earth, and two expansion packs.

The Humble Bundle deal runs for two weeks. No date has been announced for Australia’s addition to Civilzation 6 yet.

Resident Evil 7 was the best-selling game of January 2017, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, other heavy-hitters play musical chairs

17 Feb

The NPD group has released hardware and software figures for January 2017 and it should come as no surprise that PlayStation 4 and Resident Evil 7 topped the respective sectors.



January 2017 NPD at a glance

Resident Evil 7 tops software charts

PS4 was best-selling console

PC software spend declined 12% year-over-year

All categories – accessories, hardware, software – down 4% year-over-year

Compare month-on-month: December 2016

Compare year-over-year: January 2016

While hardware sales declined, software was up 14% to $313 million. NPD attributed the increase to Resident Evil 7’s release, especially when comparing the year-over-year (yoy) release slates.

It’s also worth noting Resident Evil 7 was only on the market for five days when the NPD reporting period ended.

“With only five days in the market, Resident Evil 7 was the best-selling game in January,” said NPD analyst Sam Naji. “The last time Capcom had the best-selling game of the month (in dollar sales) was in March 2009 with Resident Evil 5.”

First-person shooters Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1 were still two of the best-selling games for the month, and neither title has fallen off the chart since release in fall 2016.

Overwatch also returned after dropping off the NPD software list in October.

The rise in sales could possibly be attributed to various discount offers or the Overwatch Year of the Rooster event; however, that’s just conjecture on our part as NPD didn’t elaborate on why Overwatch was once again charting. It was, however, one of the best-selling games of 2016 per NPD’s yearly report in January.

Action titles Grand Theft Auto 5 and Watch Dogs 2 also remained on the chart, while sports titles Madden NFL 17 and FIFA 17 remained popular with US consumers as well.

PC software came in at $16 million, a 12% decline yoy from $18 million.


NPD Software Top Ten January 2017

You’ll notice not much changed on the chart since December 2016, as the heavy hitters played musical chairs and that’s about it.

The biggest changes were the entry of new releases Resident Evil 7 and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue – the second best-selling PS4 title for the month.

Pokemon Sun and Moon and Final Fantasy 15 fell off the chart, and again, Overwatch reentered it.

The full NPD software chart is below, but keep in mind not all digital stores report sales data. Some publishers who sell through the PlayStation and Xbox Stores report data, but others do not. For example: Microsoft, Sony and Blizzard (Battle.net) do not report first-party sales.

  1. Resident Evil 7 (PS4, Xbox One)
  2. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  3. Grand Theft Auto 5 (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
  4. Battlefield 1 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  5. NBA 2K17 (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
  6. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (PS4)
  7. Madden NFL 17 (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
  8. Watch Dogs 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  9. Overwatch (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  10. FIFA 17 (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

This month, NPD also started reporting catalog sales of titles from the first six months of availability – starting with month seven (thanks, MCV). The winning publisher in the category for January 2017 was Take-Two and it was also the top publisher for 2016. NPD attributed this to continued sales of GTA 5.

NPD Hardware January 2017

Last week, the initial NPD report had PS4 topping hardware followed by Xbox One – which according to Microsoft enjoyed year-over-year (yoy) growth compared to January 2016.

PS4 sold the most units, with Xbox One coming in second place, and Nintendo’s Nintendo Classic Mini: NES in third.

“The PlayStation 4 was the best-selling hardware (in units sold) during January 2017,” said NPD analyst Sam Naji. “And for the fourth consecutive month, PlayStation 4 Slim System 500GB Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Bundle was the top-selling PS4 sku in terms of units sold.”

For the month of January 2017, hardware totaled $127 million, a decline of 19% yoy compared to $157 million in 2016.

Accessories declined 17% yoy to $155, with toys-to-life skus (ex: Skylanders, amiibo, Lego Dimensions) showing the biggest decline.

Total spent in the US on accessories, hardware and software for the month January hit $611 million. While that’s indeed as large figure, it’s 4% less compared to $637 million spent in 2016.

NPD said the lower figure was due to a decline in hardware sales and general lack of growth.

Mafia 3 is getting three story expansions this year

3 Feb

There’s more story content in the works for Mafia 3, all due out in the next few months.

mafia 3

Mafia 3 developer Hangar 13 has revealed a roadmap for the game’s various DLC releases throughout the year. The studio confirmed the game will be getting three paid story expansions.

The first is called Faster, Baby, due out by the end of March. The add-on will see protagonist Lincoln join forces with Roxy Laveau to take down a corrupt sheriff. Hangar 13 promises “fast cars, dramatic chases, and epic stunt driving.”

Stones Unturned, due for release in May, reunites Lincoln with CIA agent John Donovan to settle an old feud with a new rival the pair is familiar with from the Vietnam war.

Finally, Sign of Times is aiming for a July release and it tells the story of ritualistic killings linked to a cult. Lincoln’s investigation “will take him from the dark heart of the old bayou to the drug-ridden counterculture of the inner city.”

All three pieces are part of the game’s season pass. The studio said each one will bring “focused” story with compelling narratives. New gameplay mechanics, environments and activities will also be introduced as part of the deal.

The studio also pointed out that these dates may slip, but promised to update us if they do.

Hush your worries, Civilization 6 is still getting mod tools and Steam Workshop support

27 Jan

Civlization 6 developer Firaxis is still working on those promises.

Civilization 6 was supposed to get mod tools and Steam Workshop support sometime after launch, but they have not yet arrived and nobody’s talking about them.

Until now, obviously, as I assume you realise if you’ve read the headline. In a recent Civilization 6 multiplayer stream, Firaxis’s Pete Murray said the developer is working on mod tools and Steam Workshop support right now, and that more information is coming just as soon as may be.

You can hear this statement for yourself in the Twitch clip above, shared by Redditor ConsiderableNames, via PC Gamer.

Although Civilization 6 modders have already produced some interesting work, official mod tools will make the scene far more accessible, and Steam Workshop support will make it much easier to find and install mods.

Cvilization 6 was one of the best-selling games on Steam last year, and seems to have chewed up all our TBS friends just like the last two did. See you in 1,200 hours, pals.

Borderlands 3 will probably never come out on Nintendo Switch

17 Jan

Borderlands 3 likely won’t see a Switch version, but it hasn’t always been this way.


Borderlands 3, a game we know next to nothing about, was originally pitched as an expanded sequel developed from the ground up for new-gen consoles.

Since then, developer Gearbox has not really talked about the project, seeing as it’s been busy working on Battleborn. Since the game is being built for new-gen, not many expected it show up on a Nintendo console.

However, the studio was in talks with Nintendo at some point, but it went nowhere. Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford said on Twitter he’d be open to the idea, seeing as a port of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was released on the Nvidia Shield, which does share technology with the Nintendo Switch.

That said, Nintendo apparently had “other priorities,” according to Pitchford.

At the initial Switch reveal, 2K was among the many publishers listed as having games in the works for the console. This may just amount to NBA 2K titles, though.

Borderlands 3 does not have a release date yet, of course. The plan was to start working on it once development of Battleborn and its DLC wraps up, but we haven’t heared any updates in a while.

NBA 2K18 announced for Nintendo Switch, releases in September

13 Jan

2K Games has announced NBA 2K18 will be made available for Nintendo Switch.


This will be the first title in the franchise to grace a Nintendo console since NBA 2K13 was released on Wii and Wii U in 2012.

“Bringing NBA 2K18 to Nintendo Switch is a natural progression as we continue to expand our audience and welcome new fans to the franchise,” said Jason Argent, SVP of Basketball Operations for NBA 2K in a prepared statement.

2K will share more details on the latest entry of the annual franchise at a later date.

NBA 2K18 is slated for release in September across all platforms, and we expect Android and iOS as well.

WWE 2K17 PC Release Date Has Been Announced

12 Jan

WWE 2K17 PC release date has finally been announced, as the game is launching on February 7, 2017. Players will be able to choose among the standard version or the deluxe edition. Moreover, all the DLCs already released on consoles will be available at launch for PC. Also see: WWE 2K17 Tips – Reversals, Submission, Taunts, […]

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Did you know Mafia 3 got a PS4 Pro patch? Check out the “perceptible upgrade”

9 Jan

Mafia 3 now supports PS4 Pro, and you’ll see definite improvement on the beefier console.

Mafia 3 has PS4 Pro support now, although 2K and Sony don’t seem to have told anybody it was happening.

In the video above Digital Foundry goes over the PS4 Pro build of Mafia 3, noting a “perceptible upgrade” for those with access to the more powerful hardware.

It’s not at all clear when PS4 Pro support was added to Mafia 3. The latest update (1.05) and released on December 20 – it’s the one that added races and car customisation to Mafia 3 – but the patch notes make no mention of PS4 Pro support. Nor do earlier ones.

Why wouldn’t 2K and Sony advertise this patch given how much interest there is in PS4 Pro support – especially as Mafia 3 was advertised as a day one PS4 Pro title? Maybe PS4 Pro support was in there all along and nobody bothered to check because Mafia 3 hasn’t gone down especially well? Perhaps we’ll never know. I’ll ask 2K, anyway.

Here’s a summary of the what you’ll get in the PS4 Pro build of Mafia 3, as noted in the video and summarised on NeoGAF:

  • Resolution bumped to 1440p in 4K mode
  • 1440p resolution downsampled to 1080p on non-4K output
  • Improved spotlight shadow quality in dark scenes
  • Improved motion blur
  • Frame rate drops dip deeper than the base PS4, but less screen tear due to v-sync

On the subject of frame rate dips, it seems to happen during firefights, which is unfortunate as this is a core competent of Mafia 3’s gameplay. Most of the time, however, it holds steady at 30fps on PS4 Pro.

Base PS4 owners also benefited from the patch, with fixes for Mafia 3’s frame pacing issues, adaptive v-sync and improved frame rates only getting as low as 27fps.

Sequel to one of XCOM’s most popular mods announced for XCOM 2

5 Jan

The creators of Long War, the extremely popular XCOM: Enemy Unknown mod, have announced a sequel for XCOM 2 on PC.


Titled Long War 2, the developers didn’t provide any details on the project, but noted it would share more information “in the coming weeks.”

It was also noted in the announcement on Steam the studio has changed its name from Long War Studios to Pavonis Interactive. You can check out its new website through here.

Members of the studio were hired by Firaxis to work on multiple mods to be released alongside XCOM 2 at launch. If you head through the developer’s website, you can take a look at the day-one mods released for the title.

The studio is also still actively developing its grand strategy game Terra Invicta, which tasks the player with leading the defense of Earth during an alien invasion. It’s status is noted as being in the “pre-Kickstarter” phase.

XCOM 2 was released for PC in February 2016 and arrived on PS4 and Xbox One in September.

NBA 2K17 Roster Has Been Updated, Check The Details Here

15 Dec

Mike Stauffer has shared information regarding NBA 2K17 Roster update. Here you can find the full list with updated stats (thanks to operationsports): Brooklyn Nets Brook Lopez: 83 OVR (+1) Trevor Booker: 76 OVR (+1) Joe Harris: 72 OVR (+4) Isaiah Whitehead: 71 OVR (+3) Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: 71 OVR (+1) Justin Hamilton: 71 OVR (-1) Anthony Bennett: 69 […]

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Observe precious cinnamon roll Sean Bean’s face when he hears that his Civilization 6 character dies in the trailer

7 Dec

Sean Bean, The Man Who Dies, does not yet seem resigned to his fate.

Civilization 6 developer Firaxis roped in Sean Bean to provide narration at key points and voiceover for some of its trailers, and he’s excellent for the role on account of having a voice like a warm hug.

In this behind-the-scenes video from 2K, someone asks Bean a series of questions about his work on Civilization 6 in which he reveals that, like so many video game voice actors, he has not been told what on earth is going on in the material he’s reading. (This is very common in the hyper-secretive world of video games and is one of the reasons for ongoing industrial action.)

Amusingly, it turns out Bean didn’t even know that his character dies in a Civilization 6 trailer, and his reaction is just too, too precious. Look at him. He’s just gutted. I don’t care if he’s acting here; I wish so fervently for this reaction to be genuine that I choose to believe it is all very real.

Bean, of course, is famous for playing characters who die; it’s a bit of a thing now. On the other hand, Civilization 6 is famous for being very good and selling extremely well.

I can’t believe 2K waited so long to send me the precious gift of this video.

Battleborn winter update adds PS4 Pro support, overhauls new player experience, gives veterans more reasons to play and more

7 Dec

Battleborn will see a stack of changes over the winter as Gearbox polished up its multiplayer hero shooter.


Battleborn has had a bit of a tough time of it, launching so close to Overwatch and struggling to maintain players.

There’s a lot to be said for the hero shooter, which has a bunch of different modes, lots of grabby progression, and more – but there’s no denying Battleborn can be tough to get into.

About half of the changes Gearbox has announced for Battleborn’s huge winter update directly address this problem:

  • All 25 characters unlocked immediately after completing Prologue
  • Character unlock challenges rebalanced, now award brand new skins
  • Story Mode missions overhauled to be more rewarding and provide training for other modes
  • Two new training modes – a PvP tutorial played solo or in groups of three, and a dojo for testing characters against AI

The rest of the update is all about rewarding existing Battleborn players by simplifying the economy, providing more reasons to check in regularly, and adding new features:

  • User interface makeover
  • Draft Mode character select system
  • Daily quests across story and PvP modes
  • Command Rank cap increased to 150, character rank cap increased to 20, with all new rewards
  • Public PvP provides more credits, but early leavers will get none.
  • Only Core Pack loot packs will be available for purchase on the Marketplace. Core Packs have a higher chance to unwrap rare gear, and can contain all content previously found in Faction packs. Other types of loot pack will be available in story mode.
  • A bigger variety of Boosts will become sold for Platinum in the marketplace.

Finally, the winter update adds PS4 Pro support to Battleborn, allowing players to opt for 1080p at 60fps or 4K at 30fps.

To learn more about the winter Battleborn update, tune into Gearbox’s Twitch channel from 2:00pm PT December 8.

Battleborn released in May and is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. I hope the UI overhaul, training dojo and character unlocks are going to make a lot of difference to how it feels when you first pick it up, because it’s pretty fun when it finally starts to come together.

Red Dead Redemption arrives on the PlayStation Now service next week for PS4 and PC

30 Nov

Back in October, Sony announced Red Dead Redemption would be released through PlayStation Now. Today, 2K Games announced the release date.


Red Dead Redemption was released as a Xbox One backwards compatible title back in July and included the majority of its multiplayer DLC for free.

Next week on December 6, PS4 users can get in on the action with both the Red Dead Redemption base game and the Undead Nightmare DLC.

In August, the ability to stream PlayStation games to PC via PlayStation Now was announced, which means subs will be able to stream the game to their desktop or laptop.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is slated for release next fall, and if you never played the game on PS3 or Xbox One, now’s your chance.

Switch leaves Take-Two “intrigued and excited”, impressed by Nintendo’s “great effort” to woo third-parties

30 Nov

Nintendo Switch has won some hearts over at 2K and Rockstar parent Take-Two Interactive.


The Nintendo Switch is exciting, according to Take-Two president Karl Slatoff, and Nintendo’s making all the right noises with regards to third-party support.

“We’re very intrigued and excited about it,” he said during the Credit Suisse Technology, Media, and Telecom conference this week, as reported by Gamespot.

“The Nintendo folks I think are making a great effort to reach out to third-party developers, which I think is fantastic.”

“I would say we’re very optimistic and they’re good partners. We’re excited to work with them in the future on it.”

If this article feels familiar to you, it’s not déjà vu – “games industry executive talks up upcoming hardware without giving any meaningful detail” is one of the major classifications in video game news taxonomies.

I mean, here’s Ubisoft saying Switch will sell a lot without explaining why, and more recently, Gamestop saying Switch will sell a lot without explaining why. It seems to happen at every console reveal.

Well, here’s hoping Nintendo goes into detail when it gives Switch launch details at a January event. Take-Two itself is holding off before getting too enthusiastic, actually:

“With any new hardware, there is always an element of ‘wait and see,’ and the install base is going to drive a lot [of Take-Two’s level of support],” Slatoff said.

Take-Two is the parent company of Rockstar and 2K, so its catalogue includes blockbuster properties like GTA, Red Dead Redemption, BioShock, Borderlands, NBA 2K and WWE 2K. You can see why Nintendo’s on the catch, and it did manage to get some NBA 2K Switch concept footage out of the publisher for the Switch reveal trailer.

Given Nintendo’s historical difficulties in the area of third-party support, it’s really heartening to hear it’s working hard; let’s hope it sustains this effort right through the console’s lifespan.

There might be a Duke Nukem announce at The Game Awards, since all things are possible in an infinite universe

25 Nov

A new Duke Nukem game? A Duke Nukem crossover with Gears of War 4? I’m honestly not just making shit up out of holiday boredom, I swear.

Well here’s a turn up for the books: Randy Pitchford, Gearbox CEO and games executive voted Most Likely To Pre-Announce Surprises, has teased something happening next week.

Responding to one of the Cog Connected crew on Twitter, Pitchford said Gearbox will make an announce on December 1. Given the timing, you can almost certainly expect the announcement during The Game Awards.

As for what it might be, the tweet was in response to a joke about a Gears of War and Duke Nukem crossover. This seemed a lot less unlikely before the Run the Jewels Gears of War 4 DLC, and Duke’s at least close to the right shape for a Gears of War multiplayer character, but I’m still betting it’s something purely Duke Nukem, personally.

Or it could be something completely different. Who even knows? Maybe it’s Borderlands 3 but Pitchford got so excited he seized on the smallest possible excuse to upend the PR plan. That’s what being the boss is about, isn’t it?

Battleborn can be yours for £3.85

24 Nov

Unbeatable price?


Battleborn, the Gearbox-developed MOBA/shooter hybrid, has been getting discounted almost every other month now on the various platforms. We’ve seen it go pretty low, but never this low, and certainly not in the UK.

How cheap are we talking? Well, how about just £3.85? UK retailer ShopTo has dropped the price on this way below what you expect from AAA games, especially considering the game came out this year.

This offer is only valid on the PS4 version, as the Xbox One has more regular price. This is the physical version, too, but it does come with the Firstborn DLC pack.

Keep in mind that you won’t be able to play it alone, as the game requires other players even in the campaign. It’s been dead online in a while, but maybe Black Friday will bring new players in.

If you’re looking for more deals like this, we have more than a few pages. Like this one for PS4 deals, and this for Xbox One deals.

NBA 2KVR Experience is a collection of mini-games sponsored by Gatorade, still costs money

22 Nov

NBA 2KVR Experience is this week’s surprise new release. Hooray?

NBA 2KVR Experience was announced, trailered and released today – depending on which side of the dateline you’re reading this. It’s available for download as of November 22, whenever that hits you, for PlayStationVR, HTC Vive and Samsung Gear VR through the appropriate app stores.

Developed by NBA 2K studio Visual Concepts, it has players joining NBA 2K17 cover athlete Paul George in the Indiana Pacers’ stadium, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, to – I don’t know, chuck balls around?

“I can’t wait for fans to dominate on the virtual court with virtual help from Gatorade,” George said in a press release. Amazing.

According to the trailer description the game was produced in partnership with Gatorade, and “players can earn a variety of Gatorade boosts that will aid their shooting acumen, speed, recovery and more to help reach the top of the leaderboards”.

Given the Gatorade marketing tie-in I would have though this was a free-to-play affair but apparently it costs AUD $30. I don’t know how much that is in your moon money.

The fall update for Civilization 6 is now available, comes with a new scenario and two maps

18 Nov

The fall update for Civilization 6 is now available, and along with a lengthy list of changes and fixes, it comes with a new scenario and two maps.


The new scenario is called Cavalry and Cannonades, and players can settle on two new map types: Four-Leaf Clover and Six-Armed Snowflake, which are playable both on and offline.

Both were designed to “encourage more conflict” by forcing players to move toward the center.

You can have a look at the full patch notes over on Steam.

The update also adds DirectX 12 support, starting with AMD cards and NVIDIA Maxwell series or later cards. Firaxis said to make sure your card drivers are up-to-date.

Support has also been added for Logitech ARX.

Mafia 3 has a patch available and 11 new outfits to wear while strutting around New Bordeaux

10 Nov

If you are a Maifa 3 player, you will want to update your game.

Along with a nice set of new, free duds to wear, the Hangar 13 has issued a patch with a number of improvements.

These updates include:

  • UI Improvements
  • Improved car reflections
  • Improved streaming issues
  • Performance optimization
  • Fixed audio issues
  • Fixed some cases of savegame corruption
  • Fixed various issues for Cassandra’s Contraband missions
  • More fixes

Now, about those new outfits.

According to the development team, one of the biggest requests from players was the ability to wear different outfits.

With this update, you will now have 11 outfits to choose from: six outfits that Lincoln wears throughout different points in the story, and five all-new outfits.

Once the player reached the Somethin’ I’ve Got To Do mission, the outfits will be waiting for them in their safehouse or any racket hideout they have taken over.

Here’s what has been added to Lincoln Clay’s wardrobe:


Action Gear

  • Plain White Tee
  • On Leave
  • Full Metal
  • Full Metal 2
  • Combat


Formal Wear

  • Mr. Clay
  • Business Hours
  • Waiter


Special Occasions

  • Pro-Am
  • Revolutionary
  • Fed

The development team said it will continue to address feedback and make improvements to the game.