Many big streamers seem to be losing faith and confidence in Warzone, as many such as NickMercs and DrDisRespect move to playing Apex Legends instead of Call of Duty’s Battle Royale, Warzone. This is primarily due to the cheating situation running rampant in game, with seemingly endless amount of cheating going on, and no signs of it stopping within the near future.Continue reading From Warzone to Apex? Top streamers and content creators flock to Apex Legends
As we head into the end of Cold War’s life cycle, Season 5 is upon us, and includes a plethora of new content for the game, both Multiplayer and Zombies.
When does the new Season for Cold War begin?
The most important thing for us to know is when the new season actually begins, and as is tradition for Call of Duty lately, there is no downtime in between seasons, as Season 5 for Cold War begins on August 12th, 2021, at 9pm PT / 12am ET / 5am GMT.
The update itself for Cold War can be predownloaded at the same times two days before, on August 10th. The Warzone update will do the same method, being available for download on August 11th at the same times. These are on separate days to avoid straining the servers due to downloads.Continue reading Black Ops Cold War Season Five: Everything you need to know
During their E3 Spotlight 2017, Nintendo presented a very small teaser for Metroid Prime 4. It was announced to be in development for Nintendo Switch, although not much more is known regarding this reveal. Continue reading E3 2017: Metroid Prime 4 Announced
During Sony’s E3 2017 press conference, we received another trailer for Call of Duty WWII that demonstrated it’s multiplayer component. The hectic, horrific nature of the battles of WWII was on display in this CG/Gameplay trailer, which showed off some of the arsenal available for both Allied and Axis troops. Continue reading E3 2017: Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer Trailer
Ubisoft impressed with some cool looking gameplay from Far Cry 5. We got a peak at Falls End, a small town in Hope County that has been overrun by the fanatic cultist antagonists you fight against in game. Continue reading E3 2017: Ubisoft shows more Far Cry 5
Age of Triumph, the most recent patch for Destiny was the final update for the game. Bungie has stated that they wanted to focus exclusively on the sequel in a blog post on their website. “All hands at Bungie are committed to making Destiny 2 the sequel that this community deserves.” They also confirmed that there will be Destiny 2 information at E3 2017. Continue reading Bungie brings Destiny development to a halt, focusing on sequel
Bluehole has released another weekly patch in their ongoing trek to full release. In a developer blog post, they detailed bug fixes and performance optimizations, as well as planned fixes to the game’s servers. While incredibly popular on steam (selling over 2 million copies in under 3 months) the 100-player MMO battle royale game has been held back by various glitches and near game-breaking bugs. Among these are considerable frame rate drops, and load-in issues that range from textures to entire buildings failing to load completely upon the player reaching the ground. Continue reading Week 10 Patch Lands in Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds
In the wake of last week’s Far Cry 5 announcement trailer, a wave of controversy has hit the internet. Set in the fictional Hope County, Montana, Far Cry 5 will follow an unnamed sheriff’s deputy, controlled by the player, as he combats a militaristic doomsday cult named Eden’s Gate. Continue reading Far Cry 5: Yet more video game controversy
In case you missed it, Shadow Warrior 2’s launch trailer wants to remind you that the game doesn’t take itself too seriously. “The Touch” by Stan Bush? Yep. Gratuitous, comedic violence? Check. References to wanting some Wang? whowantssome.wang. Continue reading The Shadow Warrior 2 launch trailer doesn’t take itself too seriously