Sony’s PlayStation 4 console has officially shipped more units worldwide than the PlayStation 3.
Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts III, the third main instalment in the franchise and twelfth in total, is finally coming out early next year. After years of being in development, the studio wants to make sure they deliver a compelling journey and loads of content to fill the hunger and patience their fans endured.
Fortnite fans might be aware of an in-game phenomenon known as “ghost-peeking.” Essentially, it was a visual bug that allows your opponents to take shots at you without revealing their soft and vulnerable bodies to a hail of your incredibly accurate bullets. Epic has now fixed it, but in doing so, they’ve created another equally disruptive issue.
A series of item scams have hit the Steam community overnight, as shovelware developers attempt to dupe trading groups attached to popular Steam games. At the time of writing, trading communities attached to Dota 2 and Team Fortress 2 have been affected, with high-profile figures attached to those groups advising users to refrain from trading altogether until Valve have issued a fix.
Inevitably, Fortnite is getting its own line of collectible figurines. In an official partnership with Fortnite developer Epic Games, McFarlane toys will produce a range of seven-inch figures, as well as resin statues and “related accessories”.