A couple weeks back Fortnite hit iOS providing the exact same battle royale experience you got from PC, PS4 and Xbox One, except on iOS devices. Unfortunately, the game was limited to ‘invite-only’, allowing only a select few players to play the game before it’s imminent public release (despite this limitation, the game still hit no. 1 on the app store.)
Yes, I’ve been reading the comments, I know you are tired of Fortnite news, but it’s not my fault that Epic Games continues to dominate the gaming market (and with it bring more viewers to my articles). In the most recent line of news regarding the third person shooter, the title has officially surpassed rockstar’s massively popular open-world shooter, GTA V. This is a considerable achievement as GTA V has consistently been of those games with a high playercount – and continues to sell well, despite releasing just under 5 years ago.
Cloudflare, a well-known Internet performance and security company, announced the launch of 184.108.40.206—world’s fastest and privacy-focused secure DNS service that not only speeds up your internet connection but also makes it harder for ISPs to track your web history.
Shiver me timbers, is that a Kraken in the distance? No, it’s Sea of Thives‘ player base doubling in size within the first week of release. This is a massive achievement for Microsoft, for whom Sea of Thieves is now the quickest selling new Microsoft IP of this generation. Rare Studio Head, Craig Duncan, posted a heartfelt message of gratitude to all seafaring bandits on Xbox Wire, thanking streamers and players alike for helping steer a galleon of worldwide excitement into “humbling early momentum”.
Do you find yourself feeling constantly unappreciated? Specifically, whenever you help revive fellow party members in your MMO/RPG of choice, and all it seems to go unnoticed? Well, Rablo Games has listened, and is almost ready to release its parody RPG Healer’s Quest into the Steam wilderness.
Stop soaking in the immaculate visuals of Final Fantasy XV for a second, because we have some important news. There’s a new breed of augmented adventure set to take Eorzea by storm. If you’ve stopped playing Pokémon Go but still crave its outdoorsy goodness, Final Fantasy XIV Online Go is basically your knight in smartphone armour, and it’s here just in time for April Fools’ Day, too.
Video game easter eggs are exciting, but what about the ones that never really existed? You’d be surprised how many fakes there are.