The list of co-op games available for a discount price over at Bundle Stars' Bundle Fest 4 keeps growing. Now you can pick up Ryse: Son of Rome for the PC for just $6.79. That's, like, two cups of Starbucks coffee.
Hitting PC October 10, Ryse: Son of Rome will be available for $39.99, and includes all the bonus content previously released as DLC on Xbox One.
The Xbox One launch title by Crytek, Ryse: Son of Rome will be coming to PC this fall with bonus content previously released as DLC. Crytek will focus on publishing the game digitally, while partnering with Deep Silver to distribute the retail version in stores. Released last November, Ryse: Son of Rome puts you in ...
The newest DLC for Ryse: Son of Rome offers five new maps for online play in both Gladiator and Survival modes.
Ryse: Son of Rome was a highlight of the Xbox One launch a few months ago, and as the first major DLC release on February 28 approaches, all manner of deals are available to celebrate. Today, eager gladiators can purchase a Season Pass for Ryse at a 33% discount. The standard cost is $19.99, so you'll save a non-negligible $6.66 today, and only today, February 25. Presumably the 666 pennies you'll have left can be used for some nefarious purpose. The Season Pass is a bundle of all four planned DLC releases, and would normally save you 25% off the cost of getting each separately. The discount for today makes this an even better deal.
Ryse: Son of Rome is receiving great honor from the gods in the form of some sizeable DLC. The Mars’ Chosen Pack features a new co-op Survival Mode, new maps, and a new Legionary character skin.
Today we're bringing you the video compendium for our Ryse: Son of Rome Co-Op Review. While streaming internet video doesn't do any game justice, you can get a good look at just how pretty the CRYENGINE powered action game is. We break down the game's campaign, combat and of course co-op mode in our latest video review.
Like the Xbox One's reveal, Ryse: Son of Rome wasn't received in the best of light. Unveiled at E3 earlier this year, the gameplay looked like a series of quicktime events with almost no additional user interaction. Sure it was pretty, but it didn't look particularly fun or engaging. And like the Xbox One, Ryse has had plenty of time to...
Crytek has released a new trailer for Xbox One launch exclusive, Ryse: Son of Rome. Unlike what we saw at E3, the combat in Ryse is much more than a series of scripted quick time events.