Check out highlights from some of the most popular and highly anticipated Arc games, including Gigantic, Neverwinter, Star Trek Online and Livelock.
Rooster Teeth Expo 2016: Gigantic & Livelock – Join Perfect World Entertainment, Motiga and Tuque Games at this year's RTX, July 1-3. We'll have playable demos of both games as well as cool Gigantic & Livelock themed swag. Learn more here or stop by and check out the games!
Gigantic: Stress Test Coming July 30 – Arc members and Xbox Live players interested in joining our stress test next weekend should check this link to find out more information about signing up. The test will give players players, both new and existing, a chance to check out the game and helps us get an idea of how gigantic will perform where it'll be played.
Livelock Releasing August 2 – At long last, Livelock's release date is set, coming to consoles and PC early August 2016. The top-down shooter harkons back to the days of the arcade, where you and a few friends could experience high action for hours. Check out the blog for more info.
Neverwinter Play's Handbook - Story – With PS4's launch this summer, we're providing a look at Neverwinter for new players, idetifying key heroes, story elements, classes, and more. Check out our first Player Handbook blog for more!
Star Trek Online: Navigating Console UI – For players looking forward to the upcoming STO release on consoles, Cryptic Studios' Thomas Marrone gives a breakdown of the changes to UI for consoles and how to find what your looking for. Check it out!
Star Trek Online: Console Ground UI - Executive Producer, Stephen Ricossa shares a look at the ground combat UI and how players will engage in combat. Read this blog to learn all about it.
Nominated for “Best of Show” by Game Informer
“The destruction the game affords is too satisfying and the strategic depth of the action is just too compelling for me to pass this one up.” - Hardcore Gamer
“… a very solid port… [With] familiar console controls, it seems Cryptic Studios has a good idea of what it takes to successfully port a full-fledged MMO to consoles.” – PlayStation Lifestyle
“Visually the game looks better than ever … the fast-paced Neverwinter combat is still there and it feels right at home on a PS4.” - Senshudo