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Day: June 1, 2020
The WWE 2K series is taking a year off after the disastrous launch of WWE 2K20, as developer Visual Concepts steps back to rethink and rebuild the licensed wrestling games after years of increasingly disappointing launches. The new executive producer for the series, Patrick Gilmore, says the team is looking at classic wrestling games like No Mercy to help build a total gameplay overhaul for WWE 2K22.
As is to be expected, when games are demonstrated at shows like E3, there are often more tweaks and tinkerings to come before release dates roll around, meaning there can be differences between what you see and the final version. However, it seems some The Witcher 3 fans are keen to play the game as it originally appeared pre-launch. A popular new “E3 inspired gameplay mod” turns back the clock on one of the best RPG games – heck, best PC games – of all time, giving players a flavour of its pre-launch build in-game.
Hytale, the upcoming Minecraft-like sandbox adventure from Hypixel Studios, will give you plenty of scope to customise your characters to your little heart’s content, the studio has revealed. The studio’s posted an update on the sandbox game’s progress, revealing it’s implemented a batch of improvements to character customisation – and modders will “be able to take advantage of these techniques when creating their own content”.
Much like technology itself, the tools, techniques, and optimum processes for developing code evolve quickly. We humans have an insatiable need for more software, more features, more functionality… and we want it faster than ever before, more qualitative, and on top of that: Secure.
Joomla, one of the most popular Open-source content management systems (CMS), last week announced a new data breach impacting 2,700 users who have an account with its resources directory (JRD) website, i.e., resources.joomla.org.
Now that Minecraft Dungeons is here, the good news just keeps coming for fans of the latest addition to the iconic sandbox game’s universe. Not only is Minecraft Dungeons cross-platform on the way, but the first DLC’s due to drop next month. Titled Jungle Awakens, the pack adds three new missions, new enemies, and a bunch of other goodies.