IndieCade hosts a series of worldwide events aimed at bringing the best indie devs together and giving you a chance to play their latest and greatest games. The event comes to Paris this weekend in the form of IndieCade Europe, two days full of panels from industry vets and opportunities to check out dozens of indie titles.
Crunch has been a disturbingly common practice in the game industry, and the past few years have seen many developers push back against expectations of lengthy overtime and unhealthy working hours. Sega’s latest financial report says overtime reduction is one of the company’s biggest goals in the near-term, but reading between the lines it seems there’s still quite a way left to go.
Red Dead Redemption was a massive hit when it launched in 2010 and now nearly a decade later we’re finally getting a new installment. Red Dead Redemption 2 is the next installment that takes place prior to the events of Red Dead Redemption. We expect the game to sell quite well and that could be an indicator for another installment afterward, but there are other aspects that Rockstar Games will need to consider before a Red Dead Redemption 3 could happen.
All eyes are on Red Dead Redemption 2, one of the most anticipated video games of all year. Now that we’re nearing its official release, we’ve been receiving brand new information terms of both gameplay and the work that went into the title. For instance, we now know that developers had a serious amount of crunch time to go through in order to get the game ready for launch. As it turns out, some developers went through over a hundred hours a week in order to turn out the game.
We’re nearing the release of a massively anticipated video game release that is Red Dead Redemption 2. The video game has been a title that fans have been waiting for since the original installment launched back in 2010. Now nearly a decade later, we will once again get to roam the Wild West in a brand new adventure that takes place prior to the events of Red Dead Redemption. However, what may be more exciting to take note is that the game will feature a lengthy story.
All major web browsers, including Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox, altogether today announced to soon remove support for TLS 1.0 (20-year-old) and TLS 1.1 (12-year-old) communication encryption protocols.
Fortnite is getting in-game tournaments and a new ‘events’ tab in the v6.10 update. That means you’ll have easy access to competitive events directly through the client itself, and you’ll be able to pit your skill against the pros without restriction. The first event begins tomorrow, October 16, and several more are already planned for the coming weeks.
Following last week’s announcement that the salt-flavoured undead of the Vampire Coast would be Total War: Warhammer II’s next DLC faction, developer Creative Assembly has revealed their Legendary Lords and, now, their army roster. We’ve gathered all the details below.
After a weekend with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on PC, things are running pretty smoothly – aside from a troublingly mysterious set of crashes. The latest update hasn’t fixed them, but the developers are on the case and “multiple fixes” are coming in the next major patch. But if you’re playing the game without issue, know this: Zombies is about to get significantly easier.
The groundswell of new AMD graphics card rumours means that we can be pretty sure the red team is planning something. Whether that’s a complete 12nm refresh of its Polaris lines, with an RX 680 and RX 670, or a higher-clocked card with the RX 590 designation, there are surely new GPUs on the way.