Having played an extensive amount of EA and DICE’s Battlefield 1 pretty much on day 1 (day 2 to be exact) and made it to Rank 149 and unlocked the Colt SAA “Peacekeeper” (Peacemaker in real life), I can say I’ve seen a lot of problems in said game. Having played a free version of Battlefield V myself, I stumbled across a lot of legacy bugs prompting thoughts such as “what took EA and DICE two years to make this mess?” Continue reading “Battlefield V Has Legacy Bugs From BF1 And Performance Issue Post Launch”
Like an old house filled with insects, Bethesda Game Studios has released Fallout 76 sporting bugs and exploits for you to use. The two glitches allow you to obtain infinite Stimpacks and Fusion Cores. Fallout 76 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading “Fallout 76 Guide: How To Get Infinite Stimpacks And Fusion Cores”
It’s true that Tom Clancy’s The Division is riddled with glitches and has a noticeable amount of hackers on PC. With that said, it doesn’t mean that everyone has to follow the cheaters to get a substantial lead in missions or in PvP while in the Dark Zone. In this guide, players will learn how to deal around 1.4 Million DPS the legit way for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Continue reading “How To Deal Over 1.4 Million DPS In Tom Clancy’s The Division Without Glitches”
The process of bug squashing has begun. Bethesda released the official 1.5 patch in an attempt to eradicate known bugs, and to spice up the gameplay in its post-apocalyptic RPG — Fallout 4. The latest patch fixes various bugs and has brought brought some glitches along with it. Patch 1.5 is now live across PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Continue reading “Fallout 4: Here Are All The Glitches That Work After Patch 1.5”
Looking to duplicate shipments and resources in Fallout 4 after patch 1.4? If so, there is a new glitch that allows you to get infinite amounts of shipments and resources. The glitch currently works on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One version of the game, and also has been tested with the newest Automatron and Workshop DLC packs.
Fallout 4 has another infinite mod and caps glitch that involves the latest Automatron DLC. This glitch currently works on patch 1.4 and is said to work on 1.5, and grants players an infinite amount of parts in their workstation or workbench with their robot companion.
For those that are still looking to level up quickly in Fallout 4, especially in the beginning of the game, there is a new Molotov cocktail XP glitch that will net you even more XP than any other glitch. Continue reading “Molotov Cocktail Exploit Gains You Fast And Free XP In Fallout 4”