EA has confirmed that the upcoming Battlefield game will not be dropping its single-player portion.
Security researchers revealed a way around that some hacking groups have been found using in the wild to bypass a security feature of Microsoft Office 365, which is originally designed to protect users from malware and phishing attacks.
Since hackers have started exploiting two recently disclosed unpatched critical vulnerabilities found in GPON home routers, security researchers have now released an unofficial patch to help millions of affected users left vulnerable by their device manufacturer.
With the weekly Fortnite updates, Epic Games’ latest patch has just gone live, introducing a little bit of an Avengers cross-over into the title. The timed update introduces Thanos Infinity Gauntlet which, when found in the map, turns the player into the villain in Avengers: Infinity War. And in doing so they’ll be able to put it on and transform into Infinity War villain Thanos, and in their new form they will be able to wield “all the power that comes with him”.
Over the past few years, single-players were on a decline – and any single-player game that did release was almost always packaged with a multiplayer component. This lead many people to wonder if people still play single-player games, and if so, should studios be focusing resources on creating these experiences?