Project Spark, the free-to-play game where you can create and play anything has received an update today, and at the forefront of the update is the replacement of the free-to-play model with a totally free platform.
We’re a bit late this week, but to make it up to you, we’ve got something in store, so keep reading.
This week has some pretty plentiful news for releases and trailers. We’ve also got another submission to the Community Created Content section, which you may find below.
Another highlight is the Rainbow Six Siege Beta, which has been extended through to Sunday. Inside this little update of ours, we’ve hidden nine beta codes for the game throughout the update. If you find one, place a comment letting others know that you took it.
Some of you may remember an old contest we did around here in the past using community screenshots and video clips. I’m here to announce that it’s making a return starting this month!
A day late, but we made up for it with quite a bit of news. Battlefront beta now has a set date, Gears gets a bunch of changes, Call of Duty has a surprise announcement for the old systems and we have several trailers to watch. Jump in and get reading.
Major Nelson gave us a heads-up with the latest line-up of free games for next month, which is filled with Halloween-friendly games.
The latest GTA Online update brings seamless Freemode Events, the Rockstar Editor for consoles, and a Creator Mode update.
This week we have news on DLC announcements, some double XP in a fairly popular game around here, and a big announcement about the 360 marketplace. Be sure to check the community news section out as well since it’s quite large this week.
That is the Spartan 1 Project’s new logo, available in two formats. You’ll start seeing these pop up on banners, forum avatars and anything of official SIP business.
We started of with a Halo-themed one but will be making alternate versions and colors for Gears, Destiny and COD.
Hope you like them.
The Hot Seat interview is an opportunity to feature the members of the Spartan I Project that make a valuable contribution to the community, whether it’s activity on the forum, assisting our achievement teams, or both (which is the best option!). In this iteration, I asked (read: compelled) our newest team member Kirbstomp55 to answer a few questions so we can get to know him a little better.
To get your read on, hit the jump!