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Battle royale title, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, is getting a few gameplay changes with its next Xbox One patch.
Bethesda’s upcoming instalment in the Fallout franchise is taking new direction from previous entries in the series, providing players with a pure online co-op base building experience instead of the pure survival and RPG nature of Fallout 4 and Fallout Las Vegas. Around a week ago, the studio revealed they are stepping away from Valve’s Steam, the biggest PC gaming platform available right now, and will exclusively sell the title through their Bethesda.net launcher. Since then, lots of speculation regarding Bethesda and Valve’s relationship ensued, with people claiming no more Bethesda titles are coming to Steam from now.
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Since Doom launched the game franchise became an instant classic. Players have seen the franchise grow into several installments, reboots and fan games over the years though the latest reboot gave a real resurgence to the series overall. When Doom launched in 2016, developers Id Software gave players a classic action-horror experience.
Monster Hunter: World is no longer available for sale in China. The PC version of the game launched on Tencent’s WeGame platform on August 8, a day before the Steam release. Players will be issued refunds – but the bigger question is exactly what this means for game sales in China, as Tencent cites “numerous reports” from authorities regarding the game’s failure to meet the country’s regulatory requirements.
Fallout 76 is a big upcoming release for Bethesda and it’s rather unique in comparison to other titles from the franchise. Players are not diving into another deep narrative open world RPG campaign but instead an MMO full of there players exploring the Wasteland. This is more or less a survival game where players take on a role of a member of Vault 76.
Your Mac computer running the Apple’s latest High Sierra operating system can be hacked by tweaking just two lines of code, a researcher demonstrated at the Def Con security conference on Sunday.
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