Final Fantasy XIV has cross-play across PlayStation 4 and PC, but director Naoki Yoshida says Microsoft restrictions are holding up support (or a port) on Xbox One. That’s especially notable, since Final Fantasy XI was a cross-platform pioneer years earlier, letting players join up across PS2, Xbox 360, and PC, and that Sony has been the most reticent cross-play supporter in the past.
Day: June 26, 2019
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In the last two weeks, Florida has paid more than $1.1 million in bitcoin to cybercriminals to recover encrypted files from two separate ransomware attacks—one against Riviera Beach and the other against Lake City.
Genshin Impact is an upcoming open-world action-adventure game from Chinese developer miHoYo. It features cel-shaded art. It lets you climb basically any wall. It has gliding. It has a stamina meter that governs your sprinting and climbing. It features giant robot enemies that shoot massive bursts of laser energy out of their eyes. In short, it looks a lot like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Ninja Theory, the studio behind the powerful Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, revealed their upcoming online multiplayer shooter title during E3 2019, Bleeding Edge. One thing people noticed was how unique the characters looked, prompting requests for single-player campaigns or Overwatch-style background stories.
Loot Gaming is a monthly subscription box from Loot Crate featuring collectibles, apparel, accessories and more from the biggest and best video game universes. Each box will have $60 in items, plus a booklet/mini-mag and pin.
A popular gaming platform used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide has been found vulnerable to multiple security flaws that could have allowed remote hackers to takeover players’ accounts and steal sensitive data.
While they still can’t all get together on features like cross-play, videogame companies have finally found a reason to unite: opposition to proposed tariffs from the Trump administration. The three companies say that tariffs on products imported from China would cause “disproportionate harm” to businesses and consumers in the United States.