Ubisoft’s Battle Royale Hyper Scape is a fresh take on the Battle Royale genre. Scattered across the futuristic urban battlefield are nine unique weapon types to find, upgrade, and master. While the shooting range is a great way to practice with each weapon, many of the guns have unique properties you might not discover on your own. Here is a guide for each of the nine weapons in Hyper Scape, how they work, and the best way to use them.
Now that the Isle of Armor expansion is out and the Pokedex has expanded, players are able to reunite with some more old favorites in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Who wasn’t hoping for the return of everyone’s favorite lonely ground type, Cubone? If you’re hoping to get your hands on one (presumably to shower it with some much-needed TLC), here’s how.
Here’s where to catch a saw stag in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
July sees the introduction of several beetles to the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Most of these bugs are rare species that sell for thousands of bells, and the horned atlas is no different. However, it has very specific spawning requirements — here’s how you can find the beautiful bug.
The recently released Pokémon Café Mix is a charming touch puzzle game where players run their own Pokémon café with the help of some adorably rendered Pokémon. The game is free-to-play and available for the Nintendo Switch and for mobile phones (both iOS and Android), making it accessible for nearly everyone who wants to try their hand at serving some yummy looking Pokémon dishes.
The hardest Battle Intel challenge I’ve encountered so far is easily “The Stagger Effect Pt. 3.” This mini-quest is given by Chadley, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake researcher that unlocks rare materia for every one of his Battle Intel challenges you complete. Most of them are straightforward — Assess enemies, Stagger enemies, or use special Limit Breaks. That’s all straightforward, but “The Stagger Effect Pt. 3” doesn’t give you a clue how to accomplish its task.
Building bridges and inclines
After you upgrade Resident Services to a building, Tom Nook will begin offering the ability to build bridges and inclines. To start building a bridge or incline, you can talk to Tom Nook and select “Let’s talk infrastructure.” From there, you can select bridges and inclines and he’ll ask if you want to demolish any existing ones or if you want to build a new one. After you select the type of bridge or incline you want, you’ll have to find a suitable place to build it. Just like housing plots, you’ll be able to see how they look before you finalize its location.
Climbing cliffs is one of the early obstacles you’ll come across in Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch.
Your beautiful island getaway in Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch will be a charming and fun adventure for months to come. However, your time in paradise won’t be without a very small amount of danger.