Saturday, July 4, 2020

Gaming News

The Exo Stranger finally returns in Destiny 2 expansion Beyond Light

  Bungie has revealed the next big expansion for Destiny 2 - and it marks the return of a character players haven't seen since the...

Infinity Ward pledges to crackdown on racism in Call of Duty:...

  "We know we have more to do." Developer Infinity Ward has pledged to "do a better job" at cracking down on racist content generated by players...

Frogwares’ Sherlock Holmes series returning next year with fresh-faced origin story...

  Coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and next-gen. Developer Frogwares' well-regarded series of deduction-based Sherlock Holmes games is making a comeback next year with an origin...

Relax your mind, unwind with Stanga

Stanga is a zen-dexterity arcade game designed for use with a computer mouse. Bounce away in a relaxing journey. Relax does not mean easy, It's about...

Sorry, but you can’t use unearned attachments in Call of Duty:...

  Latest patch also addresses the CDL filter issue, too. Activision has fixed an exploit that permitted Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players to use attachments they...

First details on Modern Warfare Season 2 leaked

The official Call of Duty website appears to have leaked many details on Season 2 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare early. The site has...

id Software crunched “most of last year” to hit delayed Doom...

  "We really truly do try and be very respectful of peoples' time and lives." Doom Eternal staff "were crunching pretty hard most of last year" to...

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is getting a demo later this...

  Playtonic's rather fab Yooka-Laylee sequel, the Impossible Lair, will soon be getting a demo on PC, PlayStation 4, and Switch - meaning those still...

Ubisoft sues website alleged to have facilitated DDoS attacks against Rainbow...

  "The DDoS attacks that Defendants enable are designed to disrupt and impede R6S servers." Ubisoft has filed a lawsuit against a website that allegedly distributes denial-of-service...

Crytek’s lawsuit over Star Citizen using Cryengine continues heating up

The Star Citizen studio's latest court document calls the lawsuit "attention-seeking".   Crytek recently requested their lawsuit against Cloud Imperium Games be dismissed without prejudice and without conditions...
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