Thanks to Lucca Comics & Games this past weekend in Italy, fans of the Kingdom Hearts franchise have been treated to another trailer for the upcoming titular game, Kingdom Hearts 3.
Epic Games and the NFL have announced that they will be partnering up to bring new skins, emotes, and much more NFL-themed items to the crazed battle royale title, Fortnite.
Ubisoft has begun teasing season for Rainbow Six Siege’s next big update in Year 3 Season 4. It’s a glimpse at the Morocco map, which is an addition we’ve expected since the official roadmap detailed the setting for Season 4 ages ago. This is the first time we’ve gotten a look at the new location, and though it’s an expectedly vague tease, it does give us a clue about what to expect.
Battlefield 5 pre-loads begin this week, marking the start of a multi-stage launch for DICE’s return to WWII. You’ll be able to download the full game this Wednesday, ahead of no fewer than three separate releases for the game – read on for details on when you can download and play no matter which version of Battlefield you’re looking to pick up.
Your eyes are dazzled by colour – bright, neon, and pulsing. The lights are intense but you’re captivated, unable to look away, drawn deep into the glow. Your peepers think they have it good but when compared to your ears it’s nothing. They’re luxuriating in the trusty beat of house music, which sits like croutons in a thick soup made of mesmeric synth sounds. This is maximum energy and it’s all happening inches away from your face.
Epic Games has announced that it has teamed up with the NFL to bring American football themed outfits to the online shooter. Included are jerseys, helmets and pads. You’ll be able to purchase these new outfits from using V-Bucks from the Fortnite Item Shop starting this Friday, November 9, at 19:00 EST / 22:00 GMT.
It appears that Ubisoft has stopped selling the Rainbow Six Siege Standard Edition on Steam. Now, buyers will need to choose between the Starter, Advanced, Gold, and Complete editions. However, that basic edition is still available on Ubisoft’s uPlay store.
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Intel has announced Cascade Lake advanced performance, a brand new class of server CPU based on its existing 14nm process. The first Xeon processors under the Cascade Lake umbrella will launch in the first half of 2019 with one major selling point: they will offer more cores than ever thanks to multiple discrete ‘glued’ together dies – just like AMD’s EPYC processors.
Responding to the recent backlash over Blizzard’s announcement of the mobile-only Diablo: Immortal during last week’s BlizzCon keynote, ex-Blizzard employee Mark Kern, who worked as a producer on Diablo 2, had some criticisms of his own for his former studio.