Metro Exodus was embroiled in a controversy just before launch when its publisher, Deep Silver Games, pulled the game from Steam a mere two weeks before release. The decision meant that Exodus, which was developed by 4A Games, would only be available through the Epic Games store on PC. Needless to say, many gamers were not happy with this turn of events. Many went so far as to state that they would not play the game until it came out on Steam in 2020.
It’s time to rejoice! GoG’s Lantern Sale is now on and here are our top picks. If you’ve been on the fence about any of these games, now is one of the best opportunities to pick them up.
Epic’s refund policy is a mess, but it’s not so much the policy itself. Fourteen days after purchase and two hours of gameplay is pretty standard, but the implementation of it is sloppy and feels like a system from ten years ago, and is completely unintegrated with user accounts. Here is what I discovered after unfortunately having to use it today.
If you have ever had an inkling that maybe you killed a famous streamer in Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, you are in luck. PUBG Report allows you to look back through past streams and obtain information. Any time you were killed by or killed a streamer, PUBG Report will detect it and allow you to search for it. Continue reading “New PUBG app lets you see if you killed a streamer”
The war between Epic Games and Steam has escalated in a way that is shocking, yet unsurprising at the same time. Announced Monday, Metro: Exodus, the post-apocalyptic shooter from 4AGames and Deep Silver will be exclusive to the Epic Games store. Epic’s exclusives until this point, were brought into the light as exclusives for their store from the outset. However, in this case, they straight up bought the exclusivity rights two weeks before release.
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Sebastian Stępień, formerly creative designer for The Witcher 3 and, until recently, the narrative and setting director for Cyberpunk 2077 has left CD Projekt Red. He is now working at Blizzard Entertainment’s Irvine, California office as a creative director.
Five more skins have been revealed for Overwatch‘s Year of the Pig event which launches on the 24th of January. Torbjorn, Zenyatta, Tracer, Orisa, and Brigitte will all be receiving new Chinese themed skins. We do not know the rarity of any of these, but we can safely assume that at least the Torb and Zen skins are legendary, with the others likely being the same. Continue reading “More Overwatch Year of the Pig skins revealed”
Rumors have been circulating the web that Fallout 76 may be going free to play in the near future. It’s no news that Fallout 76 has had a rough life so far. Whether it’s the poor state of the game at launch or the disaster of its Power Armor edition, this has not been a good starting point for Bethesda’s new online Fallout.
Tanks and supports, dps and flexes, it is that time of the year again. The Overwatch Lunar New Year is almost upon us, and you know what that means. On the 24th, Overwatch is about to gift us with arguably some of the best skins of every year, and boy oh boy, “The Year of The Pig” does not disappoint so far.
For those who don’t know, the Nintendo Switch has several classic NES games on its online store. These include Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros. and others. Every month Nintendo releases additional games to the store, and it appears the SNES games may also be coming very soon.