October 1, 2018 Red Dead Redemption 2’s Dead Eye system has at least one major new feature.
Rockstar Games has crafted up a number of incredible pieces of work. Their beloved long-running series Grand Theft Auto, the single IP release of Bully, and of course their old western series, Red Dead Redemption just to name a few. Red Dead Redemption has a massive following and gamers all over the world are undoubtedly waiting for new information to trickle down from Rockstar for their upcoming installment, Red Dead Redemption 2.
It’s October at last! So what games can we expect to see on that lovely Nintendo Switch that you may
Ubisoft has been very successful with a handful of major series in recent years, but some of the company’s most beloved names have been left by the wayside – including the likes of Splinter Cell and Prince of Persia. Returns for both series have been occasionally teased, but maddeningly neither has become official, though many at Ubisoft want to change that.
Arnt Jensen, the founder of Playdead – the team behind Limbo and Inside – has confirmed that the studio’s next title will be a “sci-fi game.” He has also said that Playdead currently has 40 members of staff.
Disco Domination is the latest Fortnite LTM, and it’s going to offer a funky new spin on the traditional king of the hill mode. Yes, you’ll capture zones around the map, but you won’t get points just for standing there. These zones are dance floors, and you’ve got to hit your emote wheel and dance to gain points for victory.
Overwatch is about to get spooky once again, as Blizzard has confirmed that the limited time event, Halloween Terror, will return on October 9th.
The file size for Fallout 76’s beta test has been revealed, and it’s pretty big. In a recent update to the beta’s FAQ, developer Bethesda Softworks confirmed that in order to get access, you’ll have to work your way around a 45 GB file size.
Wide-ranging tariffs imposed on Chinese imports by the US government went into effect on September 24, and PC component manufacturers have now spoken up on how these tariffs will affect their prices going forward. EVGA, NZXT, SilverStone, and Alphacool are all planning on implementing price increases – some potentially up to 25% to match tariffs.