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Forza Horizon 4’s latest update has removed two recognisable dance emotes, previously labeled in-game as ‘Floss’ and ‘Carlton.’ Fortnite maker Epic has recently been sued over both of those dances, though neither Microsoft or developer Playground Games have offered any official comment about why those dances were removed.
In a savvy bit of synergy, Call of Duty UK has partnered with fried chicken provider, KFC, to launch a new esports tournament. I guess now we know what that whole ‘KFC Gaming‘ thing was building up to.
It feels like Fortnite Season 7 only started a few weeks ago, and yet the teases for Season 8 already seem to be coming thick and fast. Patch 7.2.0 arrived earlier today – bringing back glider redeploy – and players have been discovering plenty of easter eggs that may point towards the upcoming event at the end of the season.
A new reminder for those who are still holding on to the Windows 7 operating system—you have one year left until Microsoft ends support for its 9-year-old operating system.
Sometimes, things can go very wrong, very quickly in a game of CS:GO. Like last night, when one of my teammates missed a shot that very nearly spawned a game-winning comeback for the enemy team. Other times, however, things go very, very right, as documented in a clip that surfaced last night.
Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has told press that he doesn’t see streaming as ever becoming a true replacement for a physical PC. Phew, we were getting a little worried over here. Streaming services may be gaining traction alongside cloud computing, but Nvidia’s CEO believes that streaming will “never” be as good as the real thing.
A set of 36-year-old vulnerabilities has been uncovered in the Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) implementation of many client applications that can be exploited by malicious servers to overwrite arbitrary files in the SCP client target directory unauthorizedly.
Fortnite’s V-bucks can be used for an awful lot. You can use them to buy cosmetics within the game, and, er, actually, that’s it. For those of us who enjoy the game living above the law, the in-game currency is only really useful for getting your hands on fancy new skins. For the more legally questionable souls out there, however, V-bucks have taken on a sinister new use.
Monolith Productions is hiring up for its next project, and its job postings give some idea about what we should expect to see next from the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War developer. Listings from last year suggest that the studio is working on an open world take on Tolkein’s fantasy world.