With the release of FFXV right around the corner for PC players, Square Enix has unveiled some awesome news for both Xbox One and PC gamers. The studio has confirmed that cross-play will be available for these two platforms meaning that you’ll be able to head out on co-op adventures together regardless of if you own a PC as a pose to Xbox One.
Crash might be back, baby!
According to Max Arguile, manager of the UK-based merchandising company GB Eye (via IGN), a new Crash Bandicoot game is being developed by Activision following the success of last year’s Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. Arguile also claims that N. Sane Trilogy is coming to PC and Nintendo Switch.
British citizen and hacker Lauri Love, who was accused of hacking into United States government websites, will not be extradited to stand trial in the U.S., the High Court of England and Wales ruled today.
The growing popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is generating curiosity—and concern—among security specialists. Crypto mining software has been found on user machines, often installed by botnets. Organizations need to understand the risks posed by this software and what actions, if any, should be taken.
A simple yet serious application-level denial of service (DoS) vulnerability has been discovered in WordPress CMS platform that could allow anyone to take down most WordPress websites even with a single machine—without hitting with a massive amount of bandwidth, as required in network-level DDoS attacks to achieve the same.
As medical strategy simulator Bio Inc. Redemption prepares to leave early access, we should keep a couple of things in mind. Firstly, it’s been almost four years since Surgeon Simulator rocked our moral compass on Steam, so the world is clearly in need of sham iatrics. And secondly, Bio Inc. Redemption is actually a sequel to mobile (Android, iOS) hit Bio Inc. – Biomedical Plague, and boasts shiny new graphics plus two new campaigns.
Independent Scottish film and game development studio Blazing Griffin has unveiled the ghastly plot of its latest multiplayer killing spree — Murderous Pursuits. Like any stealth game that knows its worth, this is a deceitful, opportunistic tale of evasion and slippery slaughter set onboard the time-travelling colonial ship HMCS Britannic. Essentially, it’s an Agatha Christie novel without Agatha Christie, and you’re the villain.
Rare Games’ Sea of Thieves’ closed beta period proved to be quite successful, with mostly positive feedback on the game’s mechanics, combat and general experience. However, some players, and news outlets, commented on the frequency of meeting other pirates within the game’s world.