Minion Masters is a free-to-play Minion Online Battle Arena with a healthy dose of skill, strategy, and cards. In 1v1 or 2v2 duels, you’ll pick one of many Masters with unique hero abilities, a deck of cards representing deadly minions and devastating spells, and deploy them in a fast-paced battle arena to the best of your strategic wiles and twitchy reflexes.
Day: June 7, 2019
A leaked trailer has surfaced for Bleeding Edge, the next title from Hellblade developer Ninja Theory. Yes, we’re still a few days removed from the official start of E3 – but that only means it’s time for the leaks to start flowing. Assuming the trailer is real (and it certainly looks that way), Nina Theory’s next game is 4v4 online multiplayer title that will start running a technical alpha oh June 27.
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Fortnite’s v9.20 patch dropped this week, and with it came the Storm Flip – basically a throwable storm or safezone in a bottle, depending on when and where you chuck it. Though it looks guaranteed to spice up any round of the Battle Royale, it might be just a little too spicy. Epic Games is temporarily banning the item from competition – the same day it released it.
The top tier of Google Stadia’s games streaming package could gobble up more data than running Netflix in 4K HDR mode. Announced yesterday, Stadia will launch in November to a select few Founder’s Edition gamers willing to part with $129 to be the early adopters and bag there own Stadia gamertag ahead of the masses.
Developer Techland and publisher Square Enix’s sequel to the parkour survival title, Dying Light, is probably one of the most anticipated releases of 2019.
NetherRealm Studios and Mortal Kombat fans alike are living some of their best days. The franchise is breaking records, topping charts, and inviting more fans into the historic fighting series with its latest title, Mortal Kombat 11.
Nvidia’s “something super” is looking ever more like it is going to be new RTX hardware, as UL has just dropped an update for its ray tracing specific Port Royal benchmark “to improve compatibility with upcoming hardware.” Now we know that AMD’s Navi is coming soon, and will get an airing at E3 next week, but team Radeon is only just gearing up to talk about its ray tracing strategy, not to launch one.
Think you’re just about reaching the end of everything to do in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey? Taken out the Cult of Kosmos and chased down all those Engravings? Soon you might be able to get even more out of Ubisoft’s action RPG – mounting evidence points to a quest creator tool for the studio’s Greek odyssey.
We’ve heard a lot from AMD this last week over at Computex regarding AMD Ryzen 3000 and AMD Navi, but there’s still quite a bit we don’t know about the company’s forward-looking strategy. But thankfully there’s always another event or two going down that we can glean bits of information from, and the latest from the corporate world indicates AMD could be readying up to talk ray tracing strategy.