The latest incoming patch for Rainbow Six Siege will be the the Year 4 Season 1.3 update, and Ubisoft has revealed that it will drop tomorrow – April 16 on PC, with console owners having to wait until the day after.
Day: April 15, 2019
Last month Apple unveiled its Apple Arcade gaming service, which is Apple’s planned subscription-based Netflix for games – where Apple users can pay a monthly fee and play as many games on Arcade as they want. We already knew that Apple was investing a lot of money into persuading developers to make games for the service, and the last we heard these games were also allowed to come to PC too at the same time – but this may not be the case.
[email protected] doesn’t really sound like the sort of thing that you might want to invite into your own abode, but West Virginia University’s new initiative is aiming to recruit you to help it learn as much as digitally possible about black holes. Or, more specifically, it wants to recruit your PC… when you’re not otherwise engaged in battling royally, managing football teams, or generally gaming like a frickin’ hero.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was revealed properly for the first time over the weekend, and EA proudly confirmed that the game would be a single-player-only story game with no microtransactions or loot boxes. This is a big change in the status quo for EA, who only two years ago cancelled a Star Wars game precisely because it was “a story-based, linear adventure game”.
Borderlands fans have already found plenty of teasers hidden within the game’s marketing, but it would seem that their sleuthing isn’t up to Gearbox’s standards. Earlier today, the company released a high-quality version of the Borderlands 3 boxart, encouraging players to look closely for more clues.
One of Fortnite’s biggest streamers says that he’ll stop playing the game competitively after the upcoming World Cup. During a stream this weekend, Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney told fans that he’d prefer to focus on streaming than practicing for in-game competitions.
Civilization players have been pouring an excessive amount of time and resources into building in-game Wonders for years. Now, however, thanks to the Wonder of technology (see what I did there?) a few of them are taking their projects to the next step.
Developer Gunfire Games, known for their work on the hack-and-slash Darksiders franchise, are trying their luck at the shooter genre. The studio announced Remnant: From the Ashes, a co-op survival shooter.
TSMC has already started volume production of its next generation 7nm process; the first to incorporate its advanced EUV tech, and the node which should form the basis for AMD’s Zen 3 processors next year. The Taiwanese contract manufacturer started mass production of the 7nm+ process in March this year, which is a huge milestone for the technology, and it’s being used to create HiSilicon’s phone SoC, the Kirin 985. And if you don’t know who HiSilicon is, you’ll probably recognise its parent company, Huawei. Even if you’re not necessarily sure how to pronounce it correctly.