The first phase of the Red Dead Online beta goes live today, allowing some players access to the multiplayer content provided as part of Rockstar’s latest foray into the Old West. And because this is 2018, Red Dead Online contains something that looks a lot like a battle royale.
Following the release of Fallout 76, a US law firm has announced it is gathering clients for a class action against Bethesda Game Studios for deceptive trade practices. Migliaccio & Rathod, a limited liability partnership based in Washington D.C., published a blog post last night stating it “is currently investigating Bethesda Game Studios for releasing a heavily-glitched game, Fallout 76, and refusing to issue refunds for PC purchasers of the game who found it to be unplayable because of its technical problems.”
Cheetah Mobile—a prominent Chinese app company, known for its popular utility apps like Clean Master and Battery Doctor—and one of its subsidiary Kika Tech have allegedly been caught up in an Android ad fraud scheme that stole millions of dollars from advertisers.
Valve’s card game Artifact – which releases tomorrow, by the way – is getting a series of graphic novels. The first is called Prelude and is available already, while the second, Call to Arms, will launch alongside the game.
A widely used third-party NodeJS module with nearly 2 million downloads a week was compromised after one of its open-source contributor gone rogue, who infected it with a malicious code that was programmed to steal funds stored in Bitcoin wallet apps.
MMORPG Revelation Online is taking another online acronym for a spin, as a MOBA-inspired 5v5 game mode launches today as part of today’s Mythical Conflict update. It’s a standalone option that won’t take your MMO character into account. Instead, you’ll select a fighter from a range of of selections out of Revelation lore.