While plenty of balance changes have been noted as part of the official Phantom Sight patch notes, there are a few other Rainbow Six Siege alterations that have made a sneakier entrance via the technical test server. The latest TTS build is mostly focused on bug fixes, but changes for Pulse, Twitch, Kaid, and Frost are here, too – and the latter two are the most notable.
Day: May 28, 2019
Back when the Epic Games store was announced, in that brief window before vocal parts of the internet became enraged about timed exclusives and a lack of feature parity with Steam, a PC port of Journey was a headline feature for the store. Now, that port is on the eve of release and it’s going to be very cheap as a result of the Epic Games store sale.
EA and DICE have released a new trailer for their critically acclaimed multiplayer WW2 shooter — Battlefield V.
PlayStation Underground has released a new gameplay session with one of the biggest PSVR titles to release in 2019 — Blood and Truth.
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Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for their brand new DLC characters for their anime-based fighting title — Jump Force.
The Alienware m15 and m17 laptops led the charge for us gamers over at Dell’s Computex event today, with the XPS 13 2-in-1 powered by Intel Ice Lake U taking centre stage for everyone else. But seeing as AMD also just dropped the biggest announcement in gaming this year, the event also seemed like the perfect time to pry into Alienware’s gooey extraterrestrial centre and find out if it was hopping on the AMD hype train like everyone else.
E3 is just around the corner and more information, leaks, and speculation are rising online about what we can expect from the show. One of the more anticipated video game titles is Cyberpunk 2077, a brand new IP from CD Projekt Red after coming off their franchise, The Witcher. However, as time goes on, more gamers are chiming in on what they would like to see from the title. One of the big questions and hopes from the gaming community when it comes to this game is mod support. We’ve seen plenty of great video game titles release and offer support for gamers to add components to the game and tweak the mechanics through the help of modifications made by groups online. There are even some mods that help keep the video game title relevant and fresh years after its release.
Looks like we may have a new service pop up for gamers but news and details are scarce. Really, all we have right now is the name of the potential service. It’s being called Ubisoft Pass and it was discovered by members at the Resetera forum. The Ubisoft Store had made mention of this service and it even had a premium version marked online as well but those pages have since been taken down. Unfortunately, that’s all the information we have on the service right now but its something that could be unveiled during E3 2019.