The Call of Duty franchise is a massive hit with installments continuously selling well year after year. One of the upcoming releases this year is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 which is being developed under Treyarch for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms. Today we’re getting a look as to what the upcoming collector’s edition for the game will come packed with.
Doom is a staple video game franchise that everyone is well aware of at this point. It’s been a franchise that’s seen several installments, fan games, and remakes over the years. However, the latest remake, Doom, which launched in 2016, was an incredible hit.
Update, August 3: EA has apologized for its censorship of Colin Kaepernick’s name from the Madden sountrack, and will patch the uncut song into the game soon.
Runescape has just celebrated its 6,000th birthday. No, it’s not so old that the game was coded in actual runes – instead, we’ve just reached the 6,000th day since Runescape’s own Runedate calendar was implemented, and Jagex has shared a number of notable statistics about what’s happened in the meantime.
Fortnite is set to get hats, vehicle decorations, and maybe even custom map markers – assuming the latest datamines are on point. A new set of leaks has found some notable new strings in user inventory data, suggesting that a trio of new customization options are heading to the game. This isn’t quite a confirmation of the new features, but past datamines have had a pretty reliable track record in predicting future updates.
Fortnite on Android will not make use of the Google Play distribution platform. Instead, Android users will have to download an installer from the Epic website and get the game on their device manually. Of course, you’re probably still going to play Fortnite on PC, but Epic’s philosophy around distribution on “open platforms” also applies to their approach on computers – and reinforces just how big Fortnite has become.
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Steam flash sales are reportedly on the way back. The quick hit discounts will now allow developers to choose whether the flash deals last six, eight, ten, or 12 hours, giving the big Steam sales regular shake-ups to keep things interesting over the week or so that they typically run.
A new World of Warcraft cinematic, Old Soldier, was released last night ahead of the game’s new expansion, Battle for Azeroth, which releases later this month. And while the video is clearly intended to have wider-ranging relevance within the game’s ongoing narrative, it’s also served to offer World of Warcraft a new fan-favourite character. Enter ‘Zappyboi’.
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