Capcom recently released what update 2.01 will bring to Monster Hunter World.
Sea of Thieves has some disappointing developments, No Man’s Sky returns, Jeff Goldblum talks gaming, a small God of War update, and more stuff happening in games brought to you by Jake.
Fox n Forests, Bonus Level Entertainment’s upcoming 16-bit inspired platformer really has its paws on the pulse. Mascot platforming, a niche most closely associated with the nineties, is seemingly on the rise again.
Hello Games’ procedurally generated sci-fi extravaganza No Man’s Sky will be broadening its horizons on Xbox One. Shifting into gears for a worldwide digital release in either Q2 or Q3 2018, the physical distribution of the game will be handled by 505 Games. No Man’s Sky originally released in 2016 for PC and PlayStation 4, but the game’s biggest update yet — which Hello Games has been “working ridiculously hard on” — will be touching down in summer 2018 for all systems simultaneously.
Meltdown CPU vulnerability was bad, and Microsoft somehow made the flaw even worse on its Windows 7, allowing any unprivileged, user-level application to read content from and even write data to the operating system’s kernel memory.
The Fortnite hype train is still going strong and there are no signs of it stopping or slowing down any time soon.
Electronic Arts released another update for their football franchise, FIFA 18.
I guess there is never really a good time for servers to be down, but today is a specifically bad day to have server downtime considering today kicks off Easter weekend. Through the game’s Twitter account developer Epic Games has warned players that Fortnite’s servers will be down for maintenance today, March 29, to introduce the v3.4 patch into the game: