Tribes: Ascend, the title that revived a long running series from hibernation, is officially a hit: developer Hi-Rez has announced that the game has been downloaded over 1 million times since release.
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Considered a successor to Tribes 2, Tribes: Ascend embraces its heritage by incorporating the same fast-paced combat, tons of maps, weapons, vehicles and unique traversal mechanics.
We chat with Hi-Rez Studios COO Todd Harris about Tribes: Ascend, the free-to-play revival of the classic first person shooter series that will officially launch on Thursday, April 12th.
Hi-Rez Studios first announced plans to resurrect the Tribes sci-fi first person shooter franchise in 2010 as an MMO title called Tribes Universe. Later in 2011 the game developer announced that it would first release...
Fans of the Tribes sci-fi shooter game series got some welcome news a few months ago when developer Hi-Rez Studios announced that it had secured the rights to create new Tribes games. This week the...
As promised some time ago, VUGames has now released the full versions of both Tribes and Tribes 2 for free as a promotion for the next upcoming game in the multiplayer shooter series Tribes: Vengeance....
The original Starsiege: Tribes and its follow-up, Tribes 2, are now beloved classics of multiplayer gaming. With these titles, Sierra helped define what online PC gaming meant, and the rewarding team tactics of both games...
The fellas over at Warp2Search have spotted three new videos on Sierra's website for Tribes Vengence, their upcoming FPS. Tribes Vengence is due for release on the PC early in the new year. ...
Inevitable Entertainment develops new server technology for Tribes: Aerial Assault. According to TeamWarfare, Inevitable Entertainment, the development team behind Tribes: Aerial Assault for the PlayStation 2, has announced that it has developed...