It’s not surprising that loads of games outside the typical shooter genre have gotten the battle royale treatment – what’s surprising is how well it’s worked. After Tetris 99 on Switch proved that basically any battle royale could theoretically work, Forza Horizon 4 is about to put that thought to the test with The Eliminator mode, which is scheduled to launch tomorrow.
Day: December 11, 2019
If you’ve played Command & Conquer, the voice of the Electronic Video Agent – or EVA – is probably burned into your memory. “Unit lost.” “New construction options.” “Nuclear warhead approaching.” “Reinforcements have arrived.” The upcoming remaster is going the extra mile for authenticity, and it’s bringing back EVA’s original voice to re-record those classic lines.
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A new variant of Vega ransomware family, dubbed Zeppelin, has recently been spotted in the wild targeting technology and healthcare companies across Europe, the United States, and Canada.
The Game Awards’ livestream is nearly here, bringing the annual awards show to countless viewers around the world. There are all sorts of rumours flying around this year, with presenter and producer Geoff Keighley confirming 10 new games will be announced at the show.
The Age of Empires 4 X019 trailer gave us our first good look at the upcoming RTS game and two of its playable factions – the English and the Mongols. We know there will be a “wide spectrum” of AoE4 civilizations, from familiar to very different, but the question is, how many civs will play like those in previous Age games – and how many will be radical departures? The answer is: it varies.
Dubbed Plundervolt and tracked as CVE-2019-11157, the attack relies on the fact that modern processors allow frequency and voltage to be adjusted when needed, which, according to researchers, can be modified in a controlled way to induce errors in the memory by flipping bits.
With its latest and last Patch Tuesday for 2019, Microsoft is warning billions of its users of a new Windows zero-day vulnerability that attackers are actively exploiting in the wild in combination with a Chrome exploit to take remote control over vulnerable computers.