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.
Xbox One officially gets its long-promised mouse and keyboard support in today’s big November update. Warframe and Fortnite are the first games to support the feature, and plenty more will follow both this month and in the months to come. That’s a great thing for console players who want a more precise input method for shooters and strategy games, but there are some long-term benefits for PC players, too.
Telltale Games has been an iconic studio for their collection video game titles released into the market. Players received new narrative-focused adventures that put players into the major role with their choices and decisions which offered crucial turning points in the narrative storyline. It was a surprise this year that Telltale Games was closing its doors and now the process of finally shutting down is coming to an end of its own. As a result, players may be spotting a few video games being removed online that Telltale Games originally developed and released.
One of the most anticipated video games for the Nintendo Switch that’s still slated to release this year is the latest installment to the Super Smash Bros. franchise. Known as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate the video game is slated to be the biggest entry yet. For those worried over Super Smash Bros. Ultimate being delayed into 2019, that fear can be laid to rest as the game has officially become gold which ultimately means that this title is ready for discs to be pressed and sent out to marketplaces all over in time for the holiday season.
Some Telltale Games are getting removed from Steam following the company’s closure. Tales of Monkey Island, Jurassic Park: The Game, and Back to the Future have all been removed from sale on Valve’s store. The games will still be in your library if you’ve purchased them in the past, but if you want to buy them now you’re running out of options.
If you haven’t watched WWE in the last few years, you should know that most wrestlers are nerds now. The new collaboration between League of Legends and WWE isn’t as weird as it might once have been, but it’s still pretty weird. Especially as Tyler1 and Imaqtpie have each started coaching a team of wrestlers with a final showdown between them to happen this Saturday.
Fallout 76 is out, and people in the wasteland are building colonies, power armours, raiding other players’ camps and much more. The game is filled with content, however, sometimes traversing the map can become a little tedious and time consuming.
Battlefield V fans are waiting impatiently, just hours before the game’s Deluxe Edition is available for players to play. However, there is another update, of course it doesn’t feature 139-pages of patch notes like Battlefield V’s day one update. This one is reportedly around 350MB to 1GB depending on your platform.