Destiny 2’s Black Armory DLC is due for release on December 4. We know this thanks to the leak of a seemingly-official promotional picture via Reddit.
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales sales numbers haven’t met developer CD Projekt’s expectations. The game’s temporary exclusivity to GOG certainly hasn’t helped, and the publisher’s latest financial report suggests that a fairly sudden Steam release might be because CD Projekt’s own store has an “incomparably smaller” reach.
Ashe has well and truly arrived on Overwatch’s live servers, which means there’s a new round of experimental changes in the public test region.
Now that Neverwinter has its The Heart of Fire expansion we thought we’d help you out as you hunt for treasure across the Sword Coast as part of the storyline. Not by any useful means. Nah, we’re not here to play the game for you – you’re going to have to grant the wishes of that giant yourself, and no way are we getting involved in the Manycoins Bank heist. Nuh-uh. Sorry.
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Hoping Santa will bring you a shiny new CPU this Christmas? AMD is increasingly looking like a shoo-in for the holiday season on pricing stability alone. Prices for AMD’s Ryzen 7 2700X processor have remained incredibly constant since the second-generation Zen processors first launched in April. Meanwhile, Intel’s Core i7 8700K has been fluctuating wildly, hitting new highs in October all according to data picked from PCPartPicker UK.
Fortnite is apparently getting a western-themed limited time mode (LTM), according to the dataminers at FNBRLeaks. The mode will ban “fancy tech” and limit your weapons to those which are period-appropriate, including a new explosive – dynamite.
Intel is reportedly slowing down shipments of desktop processors to DIY distributors going into the busy holiday season. Industry insiders indicate Intel could be cutting supply by as many as two million units, with component CPU parts the first to go with an eye to boosting capacity for the crucial notebook and server markets.
Diablo: Immortal will not be an isolated case. Blizzard executive producer Allen Adham confirms that the publisher-developer is “working on new mobile titles across all of our IPs” in response to a shift in playing habits away from desktop.
K/DA, a virtual band hailing from one of League of Legends’ alternate universes, has debuted at number one on the Billboard 100 chart for world digital song sales with its first single, POP/STARS. And this is only the beginning, with League developer Riot aiming to be “a full-fledged music label” in the future.