Just two days on from Cyberpunk 2077’s memorable appearance at this year’s Microsoft E3 conference, and its Steam page going live, it’s clear that the game has made a pretty big impression on the PC gaming community – it has already risen to the top of the Steam wishlists chart.
Day: June 11, 2019
Dr Disrespect has been banned from Twitch. At time of writing, his channel is listed as unavailable (click here to see for yourself).
Infinity Ward got on stage at the E3 Coliseum today to talk Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and while the presentation wasn’t overflowing with details, it did confirm the return of the Juggernaut suit – though we don’t know exactly how or when it will show up, since we’ve got just a screenshot and a few words from the developers to go on.
Ubisoft is so committed to the idea that every citizen of Watch Dogs Legion’s near-future London should have a schedule, that if you kill someone’s spouse, they’ll go to visit them in the cemetery. Then they may even move on and start dating again.
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It’s something of a truism to say that Fallout 76 wasn’t quite what players hoped it would be at launch. Part of that was to do with the omission of non-playable characters: players complained at the perception of the lack of choice and consequence they’d usually find in single-player games in the series as they spoke to simple robots and terminals. But, now, NPCs are on the way as part of the massive Fallout 76: Wastelanders update, and it wasn’t long after launch that Bethesda realised they needed them.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a story-driven entry in the Star Wars canon, but while we know the broad outline of the plot, Respawn has been pretty quiet about specific details. We will, at least, get to know one of the game’s major characters ahead of the Jedi: Fallen Order release date, thanks to a prequel comic detailing the events leading up to the game.
The studio behind multiplayer FPS Destiny 2 has revealed that the game could potentially head to the Epic Games Store, at its E3 Coliseum event appearance today. The title on PC is currently available for pre-order on rival platform Steam, with the studio announcing that players will be able to migrate their game accounts over to the platform free of charge just last week – so this could indicate how its developer Bungie wants to get the game to players.
While Marvel’s Avengers gameplay is yet to be made available to the public, we’re learning more about how we’ll get to play Square Enix’s superhero epic, and how long we’ll be playing it for. And from what we’ve heard, we’ll be in it for the long haul.
We’ve just been to see a hands-off gameplay demo of Marvel’s The Avengers at E3 2019. It directly followed the reveal trailer at Square Enix’s presentation, and the Avengers were taking the fight to some bad guys – including Taskmaster – on the Golden Gate Bridge.