Day: April 25, 2019
Respawn Entertainment has had a successful run since its formation. They managed to put out a new favorable IP known as Titanfall which has had two main installments. Likewise, out of the blue, the development studio brought out a free and popular battle royale title, Apex Legends. However, with the success of so many franchises comes at a cost to its team’s availability and resources. As a result, the company has announced that they will be shifting their focus towards Apex Legends for the time being.
When it comes to the Nintendo Direct during E3 this year, there has been plenty of rumors. The rumors we’re referring to are based around the revisions. The past couple months there have been reports from various publications with claims to sources close to Nintendo that suggest the company has a couple of new models in the works. However, the Nintendo Switch won’t see any revision announcements during this year’s E3 direct despite all the suggests, rumors and speculations that we would be seeing something big.
Ubisoft is offering in-game rewards for Rainbow Six Siege bug reports in a bid to quickly stamp out issues. Its all new Bug Hunter Program will let anybody on the Test Server make reports and build their reputation.
After leaks last night, Riot has officially confirmed Yuumi as the next League of Legends champion, publishing a new teaser. The developer says the new support will be coming to PBE soon.
Blizzard has unveiled the details of its Blizzcon 2019 event, including its run dates, ticket launch times, and associated goodies. For the first time, the company will also introduce a “Portal Pass”, which gives interesting perks for a considerable price.
If you went online the past couple days you’d likely have come across some outrage towards NetherRealm Studios and their latest release, Mortal Kombat 11. The latest installment of the game franchise is out and you can get our overall thoughts on the title by watching our Before You Buy episode embedded above. However, going back to our original point, the past couple days have seen reports of gamers having to spend thousands of dollars in order to get all of the available skins within Mortal Kombat 11. As it turns out, those reports online were false and the development studio founder, Ed Boon, decided to get the record straight over Twitter.
If you can recall to earlier this year, Nintendo held one of their Directs in which it unveiled Super Mario Maker 2. This is a sequel to the much appreciated and popular title that came out on both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Now gamers can once again prepare to make new maps and challenges for others to try when it launches exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, at the time of its announcement, we didn’t get a specific release date attached, but those changes now as a tweet from the official Nintendo Twitter account reveals the game will be launching in June of this year.
Imperator: Rome signals Paradox’s return to grand strategy, and critics have many thoughts. Today fans will find out if the developer has managed to imbue its game with significant changes, or if it’s slightly too close to its previous efforts.