Bitcoin is breaking every record—after gaining 20% jump last week, Bitcoin price just crossed the $14,800 mark in less than 24 hours—and there can be no better reason for hackers to put all of their efforts to steal skyrocketing cryptocurrency.
The first DLC to release for Destiny 2 is finally available. Curse of Osiris takes players to the planet Mercury in which they will have a brand new campaign, strike, raid, adventures, and a public event to complete.
Last year, Uber received an email from an anonymous person demanding money in exchange for the stolen user database.
Horizon Zero Dawn is definitely one of the top contenders for Game of the Year 2017, and its soundtrack managed to snatch the Jerry Goldsmith award for the best original game soundtrack.
Ubisoft’s dangerous sport title, Steep, recently received update 1.12.
Pokemon Go, the game you probably thought was dead but actually isn’t, continues to release new content as a steady enough stream to keep core players interested. As the legendary beasts from Gen II have faded away, Niantic announced on Tuesday that the game would release some (but not all) of the Gen 3 pokemon later this week, along with the surprise announcement of a weather system within the game itself.
Bohemia Interactive is 100% committed towards bringing DayZ to Xbox One.
Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode is achieving astonishing numbers. surpassing more than 20 million players since its launch a little over two months ago. Epic Games is continuously trying to implement the players’ feedback. and the game’s upcoming major update addresses several important issues, including team killing, revamping shooting mechanics and improving social features.
The Montreal International Games Summit (MIGS) is but a hop, skip and a jump away from its 14th annual celebration of video games. MIGS distinguishes itself from other events by offering attendees the chance to engage in classes and one-on-one coaching with gaming industry experts, and of course, there’ll be an expo floor bursting with games from the AAA and indie realms.
Finally, here we have a vulnerability that targets Android developers and reverse engineers, instead of app users.