Total War: Three Kingdoms’ latest trailer has revealed the game’s campaign map, and I must say, third-century China is looking especially luscious. Though Thrones of Britannia gamely wrung the last drops of life from the Attila engine, it’s fair to say that the colour and eye-popping topography of Total War: Warhammer has permanently raised the bar for player expectations.
Fresh rumours indicate Intel is prepping for the launch of the Core i9 9900K, along with other Coffee Lake refresh CPUs, on October 1, 2018. Recent reports indicate that the launch of Intel’s first mainstream octacore chips will also coincide with the release of the Z390 chipset, which will potentially replace the Z370 chipset a year after launch.
League of Legends’ official website in Brazil dropped the curtain on Nunu’s forthcoming rework earlier today, posting an image of the yeti-riding champion’s new look (along with that of his steed, Willump) on its home page. The unveiling appears to have been accidental, because it was immediately taken down. This is, however, the internet, so a number of screenshots were quickly captured and disseminated by the League of Legends subreddit.
Fallout Shelter has turned into a bit of a runaway hit for Bethesda since it launched in 2015 in the lead-up to Fallout 4. But it’s The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Bethesda’s “other” mobile game, that the company has more long-term plans for, including console launches, a whole new client, and of course, more cards to collect.
If you tuned into the Fallout 76 panel during QuakeCon Saturday via Twitch, chances are you saw a lot of people in chat typing variations of “No Steam, no buy.” They were reacting to news that Fallout 76 won’t be available through Steam, and you’ll need to use Bethesda’s own launcher to play the game.
A long-standing German law that bans symbols of the Nazi party and other hate groups has been relaxed enough to allow the images to potentially appear in videogames sold in the country.
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Bethesda’s lawyers sent a stern letter to a man selling an unopened copy of The Evil Within 2 on Amazon, threatening legal action against him if he failed to take down the listing. While the seller claims he was within his rights to sell his copy of the game, Bethesda took issue with the way he had it listed.