Darwin Project, Battle Royale Game Development Ends; Servers Will Shut Down Later This Year

It looks like some of the battle royale contenders aren’t doing too well. The Culling died (two times) and is trying to come back with a ridiculous business model, Z1 Battle Royale can barely keep over 300 active PC players, and now we have Scavengers Studio ending Darwin Project’s development. Continue reading “Darwin Project, Battle Royale Game Development Ends; Servers Will Shut Down Later This Year”

Total Lockdown: Skyscraper Battle Royale Game Features Sexy Chicks And Launches March 25th

Total Lockdown

I usually don’t care much for Battle Royale games, but Total Lockdown caught my eye because the playable female characters in the game are all busty, curvaceous chicks baring cleavage, hips, and midriffs. This isn’t something you see from American made or British designed games in this day and age, nor will you find those sort of designs from French, Swedish, or German developers. Quite naturally Panzar Studios is none of the aforementioned and hail from Russia where sexy women are still a treat in their entertainment media. Continue reading “Total Lockdown: Skyscraper Battle Royale Game Features Sexy Chicks And Launches March 25th”

Planetside Arena Shutting Down January 10th, 2020

Planetside Arena

Daybreak Game Company had just announced back in October that they had plans on overhauling and improving Planetside Arena, and that they would be using it as a springboard for Planetside 3’s development. Well, it looks like that’s not entirely going to pan out the way they thought, because Planetside Arena is shutting down January 10th, 2020. Continue reading “Planetside Arena Shutting Down January 10th, 2020”

Watchers, Free-To-Play Battle Royale Game Set In 1960s Goes Live

Watchers

Alawar Premium and developer Blindfold announced that the isometric Battle Royale game themed around 1960s survival, called Watchers, is currently live right now and free-to-play over on the Steam store. Continue reading “Watchers, Free-To-Play Battle Royale Game Set In 1960s Goes Live”

Fortnite Launches Chapter 2

Fortnite Fishing

Celebrations of Fortnite’s death were brought to an end today as the Blind Idiot God upchucked the Fortnite universe along with its twitter page. Relaunching under the moniker of “Chapter 2” the new season features the long rumored new map, several new and refined mechanics, a less grindy season system, and cosmetics to unlock and purchase. Continue reading “Fortnite Launches Chapter 2”

Fornite Is Dead…For Now

Dearly hardcore, we are gathered here today to honor or spit on the memory of Fortnite. The long running gaming series which has generated billions of dollars has died after an asteroid caused a Quantum Singularity to suck up the entire game, menu in all. Some argue this is the work of the blind idiot god, others a moronic marketing department, whatever the truth for the foreseeable future the game is has reached its conclusion. Continue reading “Fornite Is Dead…For Now”

Fortnite Sales Down 52% Since Q2 2018

Trends rarely remain stable over extended period of time. Often their best hope is to enjoy generational appeal, but even such an achievement doesn’t guarantee a prolonged life. Fortnite rose to prominence in 2017 and has become one of the most successful franchises to date generating 2.4 billion dollars in 2018. Now new data shows the decline of the juggernaut title is not stabilizing, but is continuing a downward trajectory. Continue reading “Fortnite Sales Down 52% Since Q2 2018”

Report Claims Fortnite U.S. July Revenue Down 52% Year-Over-Year

Despite Fortnite making mad money from in-game purchases and its live service, a new report has surfaced claiming that Epic Games’ battle royale title is still seeing a decline as of 2019. This time, the decline revolves around a year-over-year (YoY) revenue drop according to the U.S. market tracking firm Edison Trends. Continue reading “Report Claims Fortnite U.S. July Revenue Down 52% Year-Over-Year”

Fortnite Apparently Suffers Stability Issues On Xbox One Due To Kinect

Fortnite

The official Fortnite account on Twitter announced that some Xbox One users who have been suffering from stability issues may be encountering them due to the Xbox Kinect. Yes, even though the accessory has been retired for years and is no longer being supported, from beyond the technological grave its cold touch is shriveling up the enjoyment and gameplay experience of Fortnite players like over-the-hill thots ruining the first-time erections of Twitch’s young male audience. Continue reading “Fortnite Apparently Suffers Stability Issues On Xbox One Due To Kinect”

Mavericks, 1,000-Player Battle Royale Game Devs Have Gone Broke Before Release

It looks like the battle royale game that is all about 400 or 1,000 people fighting on a field powered by the Cryengine has seemingly gone broke. I’m sure you don’t know what Mavericks: The Forge or Proving Grounds is, right? Well, the game is the works of Automation Games, but due to insufficient funding the game has gone broke, and development has stopped. Continue reading “Mavericks, 1,000-Player Battle Royale Game Devs Have Gone Broke Before Release”

Notmycar Season 2 Update Adds Clementine’s Car From Walking Dead, 40-Player Matches

Notmycar Season 2

Skybound Games and NMC Studios announced that the second season of content has gone live for Notmycar, the vehicular battle royale game for PC. This includes all new playable vehicles, an increase on the player-count, and further fixes and refinements during the Early Access run. Continue reading “Notmycar Season 2 Update Adds Clementine’s Car From Walking Dead, 40-Player Matches”

Watchers Battle Royale Beta Test Available For Download

Watchers

The battle royale genre still isn’t showing any signs of dissipating and going away anytime soon, which means there will be derivative copycats popping up within the meantime. One such copycat is Alawar Premium and Blindfold’s Watchers, which at least decided not to take the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or Fortnite formula and reskin it the way Tencent and other publishers have done with their titles. Instead, Watchers is a isometric battle royale game that is free-to-play. They’re currently recruiting for testing right now, with plans to launch in the second half of 2019. Continue reading “Watchers Battle Royale Beta Test Available For Download”

Report Says Fortnite And PUBG Stream Hours Have Dropped Again This Quarter

Despite Epic’s Fortnite remaining at the top spot of the most-watched title on streaming platforms, the game in question along with PUBG and Apex Legends are reported to have all declined in hours along with other games, too, according to a report listing. Continue reading “Report Says Fortnite And PUBG Stream Hours Have Dropped Again This Quarter”

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