Crysis Remastered For PC Is An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive

Crytek will release the “remastered” version of the 2007 first-person shooter Crysis across PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 18th, 2020. However, there’s a catch, folks looking to play the “new and improved” version of the game on PC can only do so via the Epic Games Store. Continue reading “Crysis Remastered For PC Is An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive”

343 Removes New Mombasa Police Nameplate From Halo: Master Chief Collection

Halo Censorship

A soy-boy complained about the New Mombasa Police nameplate on Twitter and Halo community director, Brian Jarrard, responded to him stating that 343 Industries — a company who is on the Traitors of America Master List —  would address the issue. What did they do to address the issue? They removed the nameplate. Continue reading “343 Removes New Mombasa Police Nameplate From Halo: Master Chief Collection”

Deathloop Delayed From Holiday 2020 To Early 2021

It should come in as no surprise that Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Lyon are delaying the [current year] title Deathloop from holiday 2020 to Q2 2021. In other words, the first-person shooter game in question will not release for PC and PS5 this year. Continue reading “Deathloop Delayed From Holiday 2020 To Early 2021”

CD Projekt Red Shows Off Cyberpunk 2077’s Lifepaths And Weapons In New Night City Wire

CD Projekt Red has aired the second Night City Wire digital event, which detailed Cyberpunk 2077’s three Lifepaths, weapons, and more. As of now, the upcoming game will launch worldwide during the mid-part of November across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading “CD Projekt Red Shows Off Cyberpunk 2077’s Lifepaths And Weapons In New Night City Wire”

Serious Sam 4 Delayed To September 24th, 2020

Serious Sam 4 is Devolver Digital and Croteam’s latest work. However, the forthcoming first-person shooter will no longer release this year in August for PC via Steam and Stadia, but on September 24th, 2020. Continue reading “Serious Sam 4 Delayed To September 24th, 2020”

Doom: Eternal Story DLC Full Reveal Set For August 27th, 2020

Bethesda Softworks and id Software are currently working on the latest DLC for Doom: Eternal. Although the game has received DLC before, this is the first time the game has a new story DLC that will add on to the main story. However, more info on this story DLC will appear late this month during Gamescom’s Opening Night Live event. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal Story DLC Full Reveal Set For August 27th, 2020”

343 Industries In Damage Control Over Poor Reception to Halo Infinite’s Visuals

Legitimately, how hard is it to make a decent Halo game? Despite the grand levels the original trilogy reached, the core concept slash formula was never all that complex. All it was, was a modern, at the time, science-fiction take on the lone hero versus insurmountable odds genre that has pervaded gaming since its inception. Continue reading “343 Industries In Damage Control Over Poor Reception to Halo Infinite’s Visuals”

Atomic Heart Will Have 2 Difficulty Settings For Casual And Hardcore Gamers

Although Atomic Heart has no release date, the game will debut across PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime in the foreseeable future. Though we gamers and fans are poised to see and hear more about Atomic Heart “soon,” publisher and developer Mundfish took up an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session and compiled the most interesting questions and answers regarding Atomic Heart for readers to look over. Continue reading “Atomic Heart Will Have 2 Difficulty Settings For Casual And Hardcore Gamers”

Halo: Infinite’s Campaign Will Not Have 4 Player Split-Screen Co-op

After the birth of a new meme, which is jumbo Brute boi Craig, confusion bubbled up regarding Halo: Infinite’s campaign and how many people can play with each other via split-screen co-op and online play. Although the next-gen game may not support four-player co-op through split-screen, it does offer four-player online co-op. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite’s Campaign Will Not Have 4 Player Split-Screen Co-op”

Warhammer 40K: Darktide 4-Player FPS Headed To Xbox Series X, PC In 2021

Warhammer 40K Darktide

Fatshark released a new teaser trailer for the upcoming four-player cooperative first-person shooter called Warhammer 40,000: Darktide. The game is basically a 40K version of their Warhammer: Vermintide series, which was set back in the old age of Games Workshop’s popular series. It’s just too bad that Games Workshop used their franchise to support domestic terrorist, which netted them a spot on the Traitors of America master list. Continue reading “Warhammer 40K: Darktide 4-Player FPS Headed To Xbox Series X, PC In 2021”

CrossFireX Campaign Trailer Takes Cues From Crysis, Battlefield, And Call Of Duty

Publishers Xbox Game Studios and Tencent and developers Smilegate and Remedy Entertainment will ship CrossFireX sometime this year. Although the 2020 FPS game will have a bustling multiplayer mode, the game will also debut with a story mode that takes cues from Crysis, Battlefield, and Call of Duty. Continue reading “CrossFireX Campaign Trailer Takes Cues From Crysis, Battlefield, And Call Of Duty”

Is There a Good Reason Why Halo Infinite Looked So Bad?

Imagine for years toiling away on a game. Iteration gives way to iteration, and gradually you begin to feel a sense of pride in what you are accomplishing. It’s not done just yet, but it is getting there. Then your bosses come to you and tell you they’re going to showcase your progress. A lump surges upward in your throat, but you’re confident in what you’ve achieved at this point. Halo Infinite is ready to show off to the public. Continue reading “Is There a Good Reason Why Halo Infinite Looked So Bad?”

343 Immediately Debunks Halo: Infinite Multiplayer Rumor

I’m not going to lie, I love rumors, but covering them is a precarious and time-consuming endeavor. Get it right, and you develop a reputation for having a great judgment. Get them wrong, and people view you as a gullible rumor monger that will believe anything. Then there are times when you just have to give coverage to a rumor because it has grown prevalent enough that if you don’t, you appear not to be paying attention. Continue reading “343 Immediately Debunks Halo: Infinite Multiplayer Rumor”