The Tokyo Games Show is underway this weekend, and there’s new footage on display from The Outer Worlds, Obsidian’s upcoming Wild West-flavored spacefaring RPG. The build is for the TGS audience, which means the UI is in Japanese, but it does give you a sense of some moment-to-moment gameplay and character dialogue thanks to the English voiceover.
Day: September 14, 2019
One way to keep a giant gameworld feeling fresh and full of things to do is to create a process whereby the game can generate new content on its own. The other way is to write all of them yourself. CD Projekt Red is going the latter route with Cyberpunk 2077, with every quest and objective hand-crafted by the development team.
The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is a real place where (almost) nobody lives, but it’s been packed to the gills with its own modern mythology and lore largely thanks to the secrecy that surrounded the nuclear plant disaster there in 1986. Videogames have visited the site many times, and we’re about to get a new chance to check it out in Chernobylite, a new game from The Farm 51 that wears its Stalker influences on its sleeve.
Team Liquid’s Dota 2 squad, which just weeks ago placed second in this year’s International world championship in Shanghai, is striking out on their own. The team is parting ways with Team Liquid on amicable terms to pursue plans for establishing their own esports organization.
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On launch day, Borderlands 3’s peak concurrent PC player count doubled the all-time peak for Borderlands 2. That’s according to Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, who tweeted the info Friday evening, almost exactly 24 hours after the game launched on PC.
The United States Treasury Department on Friday announced sanctions against three state-sponsored North Korean hacking groups for conducting several destructive cyberattacks on US critical infrastructure.
One of the defining features of Guild Wars 2 is its Living World narrative, which takes shape over in-game events that hit over the course of weeks and months. The system has been influential enough that even Destiny 2 is talking about its own “evolving world,” but the Living World has left one major thing behind: Guild Wars 2’s own first season.