Since No Man’s Sky NEXT went live, you may have noticed a new currency called Quicksilver, with no apparent use. Today, Hello Games has launched the title’s first community event, leading into a weekly series of content drops and special events – and finally giving you a chance to earn and spend Quicksilver.
Path of Exile: Delve is the next big update for the free-to-play action-RPG, most notably bringing us an infinite dungeon set in the depths of the Azurite Mine. The update launches tomorrow, but if you’re wondering exactly when, there’s good news – Grinding Gear Games has provided a precise release time.
The Cyberpunk 2077 demo showed off some environmental destruction throughout the combat sequences, with bullets busting holes through walls and knocking off bits of concrete around the edges of certain pillars. You might be wondering just how much destruction will be in the final game – apparently, the folks at CD Projekt are also trying to figure out the answer for themselves.
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service offered for gamers who wish to enjoy a variety of video game titles without having to purchase each one individually. Much like Sony’s PlayStation Now, gamers will pay a monthly fee in order to gain access to the catalog of video games offered. Each month Microsoft offers new titles to enjoy and now we have a heads up as to what will be included in September.
For Honor is soon due for a major update with Marching Fire, and everyone’s getting a chance to play with the new features ahead of release. The open test more or less doubles as a free weekend before the big update, letting you get in on the action whether or not you own For Honor.
The Nintendo Switch has been a massive seller since it initially released with big first-party video game titles supporting the console. There also doesn’t appear to be any shortages for game releases as this holiday season the console is receiving Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, there seems to be yet another reason to go out and purchase a unit within the holidays.
Fall of this year is already hosting a number of incredibly anticipated video game title releases. However, one of those titles was just delayed. EA has officially confirmed that the upcoming Battlefield installment, Battlefield V, will be delayed by a month. Luckily gamers won’t have to wait very much longer but this does give Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 a bit of an advantage as the game will be releasing over a month earlier now.
Subnautica: Below Zero is going to be a standalone expansion for the original undersea survival sandbox. Developer Unknown Worlds has been teasing just such a release for some time, but has now finally lifted the veil, revealing the title, setting, and release plans for this frozen follow-up.
PEGI has announced videogames with a physical version will soon have an icon on their box to show that they have in-game purchases. The icon, which features a hand holding a credit card, is already used on digital-only games and will now be part of the PEGI rating next to icons about age ratings, violence, drugs, sex, and bad language.
We’re not all that far from the end of Fortnite season 5, so it’s time for the fan theories to run wild. As always, the end of one season means the beginning of another, and Fortnite Season 6 promises to usher plenty of map changes. But while those are, more often than not, a bit of a surprise, some enterprising fans think they might have already uncovered one change.