Fortnite’s Creative mode launches this week, and Epic has provided an updated code of conduct to accompany it. There are three principal points to the code: “respect other players,” “keep account information safe and private,” and “be friendly and have fun.” But there are also a list of dos and don’ts that offer some broad and probably unenforceable calls to stay on-brand and stick to official terminology while playing.
Elite Dangerous’ third season, Beyond, is coming to its end, and Frontier Developments wants to end it with a bang. The game’s upcoming update features tons of content for players to sink their teeth into.
Prey’s free Typhon Hunter mode was announced at E3 and scheduled to launch over the summer, and though clearly it’s missed that window it’s safe to expect a release date to come very soon. The developers have confirmed the update is set to go live before the end of the year, and a new teaser from the official Twitter account adds more fuel to that fire.
Swedish financial crime authorities have raided the offices of Overkill’s The Walking Dead developers Starbreeze Studios. The surprise raid, which took place earlier today, resulted in the arrest of one individual and the seizure of financial documents and computer equipment. At time of writing, one person has been arrested as part of the raid, although they are yet to be named.
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Good news, everyone. AMD’s ability to provide next-generation 7nm processors and graphics cards isn’t going to be limited by the supply of silicon from its chip manufacturer, TSMC.
Ubisoft is now in the business of spoiling its own surprises – a new Far Cry project is on the way, and it’ll be properly announced at The Game Awards. We don’t know if this is a full sequel or a smaller spin-off, but a teaser trailer does give us the basic details. Whatever form the new project takes, Far Cry is going post-apocalyptic.
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Fallout 76 has seen a pretty rough launch, but one area where the game’s knocked it out of the park is its setting. Dropping the the typical nuclear deserts in favour a less desolate West Virginia gives the game a big splash of life and colour, and the setting is pretty true to real-world locations rarely explored in pop culture. Photographer Alex Stead has made that comparison in the most direct way possible – by shooting the real-life locales with gaming laptop in hand.
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