Much like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, Sony is still running strong with their PlayStation Plus service. This is a monthly subscription service that allows gamers a slew of new video games to play each and every month. If you’re a subscriber then you may want to take note of the new video game lineup for August 2018. We’re going to showcase just what new video game titles have been added for PlayStation Plus this month.
August is finally here and that means that Xbox One gamers have a new batch of video games to play. That is of course if you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber. This subscription-based service will allow new exciting video games to be played each and every month. Today we’re going to showcase just what video games have been included.
Reddit was hacked back in June, with the attacker gaining access to user data including some current email addresses and encrypted passwords that were in use prior to 2007. If you meet the criteria mentioned in the full breakdown, you should probably change your Reddit password – and you should probably look into two-factor authentication, either way.
Rend is a fusion of Ark, Conan exiles and WoW. That’s how I’d sum it up. It’s the survival game
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With Artifact, Valve are tossing their hat into the ring of digital card games based on popular game franchises. Following in the footsteps of The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Gwent, and Hearthstone, the minds behind Steam and Half-Life are making a card game out of the mechanics and lore of Dota 2, their immensely popular MOBA. The result is Artifact: The Dota Card Game, which was first announced at The International 2017 with an exceptionally brief teaser trailer and vague release date.
The year is 1983. The world teeters on the verge of destruction as the Cold War tightens its icy grip.