Remember cryptocurrencies? Those digital coins caused quite a ruckus back in late 2017, slurping up all our graphics cards, yet despite the current slump there’s still a lot of money wrapped up in the crypto game. In fact, there’s reportedly $190 million US locked up within encrypted drives belonging to a recently deceased Canadian crypto exchange owner.
After more delays than I care to list here, Crackdown 3 is finally just around the corner. On February 15, we will, at last, be able to get our hands on the destructive title, and while its multiplayer modes don’t sound like they’re all that, the single-player campaign does at least have something going for it – Terry Crews.
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Wargroove only released at the end of last week, and I’m happy to report that that canine commander you’ve seen so much about is an extremely good boy. But while it’s still early days for the Advance Wars-style strategy game, its developer says it already has plans for DLC.
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If you thought in-game advertising had died, Asus’ GPU Tweak II software is resurrecting it like Jesus. Or John Snow. Or the mop-headed lady off Russian Doll. Whichever cultural touchstone is more relevant to you and your current lifestyle. Anyways, the overclocking software drops a wee Asus GPU advert on any game you choose to play with the app running in the background.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Manchester United enjoyed a run of form in the Premier League that few teams could even hold a candle to. Sadly for the team’s fans, however, losing legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 saw something of a dip in quality, as the club cycled through four managers in just a few years.
At this point, I’ve written something along the lines of ‘another week, another new Fortnite weapon’ so many times that the very sentiment has lost all meaning, but here we are again. And this time, it looks like Epic is basically encouraging its players to just straight-up shoot fireworks at one another.
We recently reported the incident where a 4A Games member discussed how if PC players boycott Metro Exodus just for migrating store, the developer and publisher might ditch PC from their upcoming Metro instalments.
A couple of days ago, Deep Silver, Koch Media and 4A Games all decided it was for the best benefit to migrate from Valve’s Steam platform to Epic Games’ Store for the upcoming release of Metro Exodus. Yesterday, THQ Nordic’s CEO expressed his full support of the decision, and reassured fans the developer and the publisher surely analysed the pros and cons of the entire situation carefully, and made the right decision.