An indie horror adventure called Darq recently went viral as its “mostly solo” developer, Wlad Marhulets, noted that he had turned down a deal for Epic Games store exclusivity – and that Epic wasn’t interested in releasing the title on a non-exclusive basis. Now, Marhulets says he’d like to put Darq out on the store for a charitable cause.
Day: August 27, 2019
Earlier in 2019, major news broke out of Bungie parting ways with Activision, all while keeping one of their biggest IP, Destiny. This caused a little speculation on whether the reason behind it was for Bungie to get away from Activision’s grasp on their creative freedom.
This week, some prominent Counter-Strike: Global Offensive streamers received DMCA takedowns for broadcasting play from the Berlin Major 2019. Event organiser StarLadder maintains that it holds exclusive rights to broadcast tournament action, while streamers say they’ve always been able to co-broadcast Majors in the past.
Epic Games have announced another epic crossover for their battle royale title Frotnite; this time around the event is centered around the highly anticipated gaming title — Borderlands 3!
The Elder Scrolls franchise from Bethesda has been a popular one for gamers over several years now. It wasn’t surprising for some gamers to hope that their current Elder Scrolls Online video game to reach the Nintendo Switch platform. However, if you were a Nintendo Switch owner holding out hope that Bethesda would port the game over to the console, then you’re going to be out of luck. As it turns out, the port just is not possible with the hardware.
Beware! Attackers can remotely hijack your Android device and steal data stored on it, if you are using free version of CamScanner, a highly-popular Phone PDF creator app with more than 100 million downloads on Google Play Store.
Imperva, one of the leading cybersecurity startups that helps businesses protect critical data and applications from cyberattacks, has suffered a data breach that has exposed sensitive information for some of its customers, the company revealed today.
The latest Tom Clancy title is on the way, and Ubisoft’s modern focus on PC gaming looks to pay dividends when Ghost Recon Breakpoint launches in a few months. Today, the developers have revealed the full system requirements for the game – just in time for the beta, which launches next week.
World of Warcraft Classic is upon us, and it’s safe to say that demand has remained high for the launch. Players on the biggest servers have suffered hours-long queue times to get in, and Blizzard was warning people to leave overpopulated realms even before those servers went live. You might even hit some substantial queue times on servers that don’t appear to be full, as it turns out the influx of players has even broken population reports.
If you still haven’t tried Rainbow Six Siege now, nearly four years on, Ubisoft has yet another opportunity for you to rectify that – but this time, instead of a free weekend, we’re getting a full free week. The trial period starts tomorrow, and the promotion also includes some steep discounts across pretty much every bit of Siege content, so you’ve still got a reason to check in even if you own the game.