It may not have featured at Gamescom, but The Order 1886 has had these new concept art images released.
Some newly released Battlefield 4 concept art pieces.
Just a tiny selection of many early concept art pieces of Dragon Age on concept artist, Matt Rhodes’ blog. There is a lot of Mass Effect art over there too.
A selection of early Mass Effect concept art pieces posted on designer Matt Rhodes’ blog. Click through the link to see all of the art (there is a lot more of it).
Here is some new Halo 4 concept art from the recently announced Champions DLC bundle that offers players new maps and new in-game items. The DLC can be bought in three different tiers, each offering players different content. The full details can be found here.
The folks over at PlayStation Access posted these pictures of UK cities and landmarks in a post-infection style from The Last of Us!
Here is some nice new concept art released for the upcoming reboot of Devil May Cry from Ninja Theory. The art shows off some of the game’s potential environments and enemies. Very nice.
Check out this concept art for Assassin’s Creed III. The art shows off the Mohawk Armour for the main character, Connor. It’s not yet known whether the armour will be available in the game or whether it will be coming as DLC. Either way, it looks cool and deserves to be in there! The game is due out on October 30th for PS3 and Xbox 360, November 20th for PC and is TBA for Nintendo Wii U.
This isn’t concept art for Halo 4, it’s for a Crysis 2 mod in development called Venerance: Sigma Octanus IV, posted over at DSO. The mod is set in the ‘extended Halo universe’, using the CryEngine 3 SDK. The story is said to follow the events from Chapter 19 to 22 in the “Fall of Reach” Halo novel.
The existing team is currently working on a Spartan costume for the Crysis campaigns. They are also recruiting for this next project. It seems ambitious and has the potential to be awesome. Let’s hope it gets round to being finished sometime!
Here is the first piece of concept art from the upcoming project from Limbo creators, PlayDead Studios. The indie developer brought the eerie smash hit to Xbox 360 and a variety of other platforms over the past two years. The new project is simply dubbed ‘Project 2' and seems to share that same dark vibe.
Not much is known about the new quasi-2D sidescroller as of yet. The Danish Film Institute has put up some helpful funding for the game, roughly £108,000.