It is a truth widely acknowledged (among my friends, at least) that Tomato Town is Fortnite’s worst named location. A lack of loot, minimal opportunities for resource gathering, and a chunk of high ground for opportunistic snipers meant that the only reason to drop there was for the benefit of a weekly challenge. Until now.
One of the most frustrating things about many co-op games is that progress is only unlocked for the host player; if you’ve joined a friend’s game, everything you do in their world is of no benefit to your own campaign. Generation Zero is putting a stop to this, though. The 80s-set co-op shooter will save progress for all players, regardless of who’s world you are playing in.
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G2A might be best known as a purveyor of very cheap Steam keys, but the company is currently expanding into physical products. In an interview at Gamescom, comms specialist Gabriela Lefanowicz and head of comms Maciej Kuc said that the company aims to become something of a one-stop gaming shop, able to provide everything from the digital version of the game someone is playing, to the chair they’re sitting in in order to play it.
Security researchers have uncovered a new, powerful Android malware framework that is being used by cybercriminals to turn legitimate apps into spyware with extensive surveillance capabilities—as part of what seems to be a targeted espionage campaign.
The enemies in Generation Zero, the 80s-set co-op shooter in development at Avalanche Studios, are persistently simulated. This means that every enemy you see will exist in your game for as long as they remain alive, and than any damage they incur will remain with them, even if you don’t encounter them until several weeks later.
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Every couple of years, Sony announces a new set of DualShock 4 controllers with cool new designs and colours. Now it is time for a really brightful and innovative set of new controllers.
After Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 successful beta period, now it’s time for EA DICE’s world war II-inspired shooter and upcoming instalment of the Battlefield franchise, Battlefield V.