Publisher Ripstone Games and 2016’s BAFTA Young Game Designer winner Dan Smith finally revealed the project they’ve been working on for around five years now.
Security researchers at Embedi have disclosed a critical vulnerability in Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XE Software that could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code, take full control over the vulnerable network equipment and intercept traffic.
Rare’s open world social adventure title, Sea of Thieves has just received a new update for PC and Xbox One players. Most notable changes of the update include the removal of accidental ship teleportation from mermaids, causing players to lose their bounty at sea, increases ship respawn distance to stop players from griefing other players (you will now respawn at a far enough distance so that enemy players won’t be able to see you).
You’ve seen through a Templar’s eyes in Assassin’s Creed. But have you truly known their suffering? Their eternal burden? In Dark Devotion, French indie group Hibernian Workshop wants you to kneel before the Lord and embark on a pilgrimage of bloody redemption.
As speculated by the researcher who disclosed Meltdown and Spectre flaws in Intel processors, some of the Intel processors will not receive patches for the Spectre (variant 2) side-channel analysis attack
We’ve just been informed that God of War‘s PlayStation 4 download file size is absolutely deity-crushing. Ok, it’s not the biggest download you’ve ever seen, but Santa Monica Studio is requesting approximately 45 GB of your precious HDD space. That’s equivalent to three shots of Monster Hunter World or Metal Gear Survive, so if you’ve got Forza Motorsport 7, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare or Black Ops III installed on your system, you may need to do some vacuuming.