The Release of The Last of Us 2 Delayed Again
Paul Wozniak, 02 April 2020, 21:00
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the leaunch of The Last of Us: Part II has been once again delayed. The creators made this decision because they wanted every player to be able to play the game at the same time, which could be difficult due to the logistical problems that exist under current conditions.
Bannerlord - Naked Man Takes Down 60 Enemies, but There is a Catch
Bart Swiatek, 02 April 2020, 19:13
Focusing on speed and being unencumbered proves to be an extremely effective strategy in Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. Some players are able to defeat groups of several dozen AI-controlled enemies, while others successfully use this tactic in duels - both against a computer and a live opponent.
Fallout 76 on Steam For Free For Owners of the Game on Bethesda.net
Christian Pieniazek, 02 April 2020, 18:50
Bethesda Softworks has prepared time-limited bonuses for the players for the launch of Fallout 76 on Steam. The publisher has also informed that it will not be possible to transfer subscriptions for Fallout 1st and accumulated Atoms between Steam and Bethesda.net.
New Patch for Final Fantasy IX on PC Deletes the Whole Game
Bart Swiatek, 02 April 2020, 18:44
Steam version of Final Fantasy IX received a patch, which... de facto deletes the game from the user's disk. The only thing left is a launcher, which is obviously not enough to run the game. Everything seems to indicate that this is the result of Square Enix's bug, which is already being fixed.
Sea of Thieves Will be Coming to Steam
Christian Pieniazek, 02 April 2020, 18:39
Although Sea of Thieves released more than two years ago, so far it has been vain to look for this title on Steam. However, the situation will change in the near future, as the game card appeared on the store.
Shroud Claims Other Shooters are Thrash Compared to Valorant
Paul Wozniak, 02 April 2020, 18:15
One of the most popular streamers after playing Valorant's beta said that the rest of the games are thrash and don't give him as much fun as the new title from Riot Games.
YouTube is Working on Equivalent of TikTok - Shorts
Smoczy, 02 April 2020, 18:00
Google is creating an app to be a rival for TikTok. Will users like Shorts? Or will it end up like so many other technological solutions from the company - on a dumpster?
M&B 2: Bannerlord - Second Patch Fixes Save Data Broken by the First One
Milosz Szubert, 02 April 2020, 17:01
TaleWorlds started the process of patching the early access version of Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. Unfortunately, the first patch wrecked saved game data. Fortunately, the next one, which debuted last night, eliminates this problem.
Dark Soulslike Will Enable Us to Possess the Dead; Trailer Released
Jacob Blazewicz, 02 April 2020, 16:34
Cold Symmetry and Playstack announced Mortal Shell, a souls-like game set in a dark fantasy world with elements of horror. In the game we will possess bodies of dead warriors to gain their abilities.
Borderlands 3 - Despite Great Sales, Devs Will Get Limited Bonuses
Czarus, 02 April 2020, 15:11
Gearbox Software employees feel cheated by their lower than promised share of profits from the sale of Borderlands 3. Their hopes for five-digit bonuses were dispelled the day before yesterday, during a meeting with Randy Pitchford, CEO of the company.
Star Wars - Han Solo Movie Sequel Dead in the Water
Pri, 02 April 2020, 14:58
Jon Kasdan, one of the scriptwriters of Solo: A Star Wars Story, answered fans' questions about the sequel. It turns out that it is not planned at the moment.
Sensitive Gaming is Fine? The WHO Encourages to Play Video Games
Jacob Blazewicz, 02 April 2020, 13:58
The gaming industry and the World Health Organization launched #PlayApartTogether. The campaign promotes compliance with the recommendations in the fight against coronavirus using video games. Some Internet users point out that this is in contradiction to the current WHO policy, which culminated in the recognition of excessive gaming as a disease last year.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Takes 100 GB Due to Unique Assets
Milosz Szubert, 02 April 2020, 13:08
In an interview with USgamer, Naoki Hamaguchi, co-director of Final Fantasy VII remake, revealed why the game takes up as much as 100 GB. Apparently, the individual locations were built from unique assets.
Gabe Newell: Single Player Games Will be More Popular Than Multiplayer
Bart Swiatek, 02 April 2020, 11:57
Gabe Newell, the head of Valve Corporation, said in an interview that he believes that in ten years single-player games will be much more popular and profitable than multiplayer titles. All thanks to the development of AI.