Call of Duty certainly does not have any shortages of video game installments released into the market and while we continue to purchase each installment that launches, there’s always gamers eager to know what the next iteration will be about. According to a leaker that has proved to be reliable on several occasions in the past, we are going to see Call of Duty 2020 launch into the market as a title set during the Vietnam war.
Day: April 22, 2020
Call of Duty has been an iconic FPS video game franchise for years and with each new release, there are countless gamers logging online to face against each other. This is nothing new and unfortunately, it’s not too unusual to find a cheater or two within a game match from time to time. Playing against cheaters can really dampen the experience, especially if the matches are competitive. As a result, developers tend to add a feature within the game to help report suspected cheating players online in hopes that the development studio can review the material that leads to a ban.
Watch out Apple users! The default mail app pre-installed on millions of iPhone and iPad has been found vulnerable to two critical flaws that could let remote hackers secretly take complete control over Apple devices just by sending an email to targeted individuals.
The small snowy map of Vikendi returned to Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds with the start of Season 7 today, having been pulled from rotation in January for improvements. They’ve removed a few villages, added more cover in places, reduced the amount of snow across a lot of the island, and, most importantly, rebuilt the scrappy old Dino Park (which I did already adore) as the larger and flashier Dinoland. While you can’t ride its rusty ferris wheel or the broken rollercoaster winding around a volcano, the overhaul has added something you can ride: new trains now trundling around the map. Pleasing.
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Last night saw the start of the Guardian Games in Destiny 2, a new three-way competition between Hunters, Titans, and Warlocks to, in Bungie’s words, “test your skills in a series of daily class challenges” and ultimately “prove that your class reigns supreme”. In reality, the competition is just another set of bounties in a game already too focused on bounties. Guardian Games is a bust, and not at all what this disappointing season needs. However! Yesterday’s patch did at least fix some frustrating issues, including putting seasonal mod slots on some old armour and adding more Pinnacle rewards.
Thanks to the newly-released Fallout 76 Wastelanders update, the online RPG game’s now awash with human NPCs – and while there are some friendly new Fallout 76 allies wandering about Appalachia, it seems some are less helpful. Some have been spotted looting weapons and other goodies from players’ downed corpses.
Remember all those abandoned sites in The Witcher 3 that you could de-monster so their populaces could flood back in and take over once again? It’s a neat way of making your mark on the RPG game’s open world – and now you can do it in Skyrim, too, thanks to a new mod that repopulates a mine once you’ve wiped out its bandits.
A Chinese hacking group has been found leveraging a new exploit chain in iOS devices to install a spyware implant targeting the Uyghur Muslim minority in China’s autonomous region of Xinjiang.
As the Valorant closed beta continues, the upcoming FPS game’s now got its very first patch. As developer Riot Games highlights, it’s a “short and sweet” update offering just a handful of tweaks and tinkerings to the online multiplayer game’s agents, balance, and maps, as well as some quality of live changes and bug fixes. However, there are some pretty significant updates to two of its key characters – Raze and Sage.