You can buy a whole lot of things with real money in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and while that’s par for the course in modern games, reports from the game’s earliest players suggested the monetisation was beyond the pale. For many players, that might still be the case – but some of Breakpoint’s most egregious purchase options have apparently gone missing.
Day: October 1, 2019
Destiny 2 is having a big day. The new Shadowkeep expansion has launched and the base game has gotten a free-to-play makeover, and a whole lot of players are eager to try both. While Destiny 2 player count is looking mighty good today, it seems a fair few players have been spending that time staring at login queues and error messages.
October 1, 2019 Destiny 2’s first Steam player counts are already impressive.
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A few months ago, developer Pysonix announced plans to remove Rocket League’s loot box system – called crates – with something more equitable for players. Today, the developers have detailed what that new system looks like. You’ll soon receive new items in the form of blueprints, which allow you to see what item you’ll get before you actually purchase it.
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We’re precisely one month away from BlizzCon 2019, and besides broad anticipation for whatever Blizzard is working on next, that also means it’s time to see what kind of digital baubles we’ll get as part of this year’s Virtual Ticket. There’s nothing quite so substantial as a WoW Classic demo this time around, but there is the usual selection of in-game items across Blizzard titles.
PUBG Lite, a free-to-play version of the battle royale that first surfaced in Thailand, is coming to Europe next week. It’ll be the first time that PC players will get to experience Fortnite’s famous forerunner for free, which in a twist of fate may be fantastic news for the Pope.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, the next big expansion for Bungie’s majestic multiplayer FPS, arrives today. It looks set to bring some thrilling new content to the game’s universe, like the return of the Hive, an armour overhaul, and the ‘artifacts’ system from the original Destiny. And it looks like players are excited to jump in – it’s already shot up to the head of the Steam top sellers list.
Minecraft: Dungeons will take Mojang’s wondrous block builder universe in a whole new, Diablo-esque direction. With Minecon 2019 now wrapped, we’ve got a new trailer and some fresh details on what the dungeon-crawler inspired title will bring, like spells, tons of loot, and battle llamas. Now, with the game due to arrive sometime in spring 2020, you have the chance to join the closed beta – sign ups are live.