Hello, People of the Fog. 

A new chapter is now available in Dead by Daylight and brings with it a unique killer and survivor. The theme of the chapter is family: what we do for family, what we sacrifice for family, how family builds and shapes who we are… And our new killer knows about family as it is a conjoined brother and sister, also known as The Twins! Let’s hear more from Dead by Daylight Creative Director Dave Richard.


Dead by Daylight Associate Brand Manager Thomas Carpentier: It’s the first time that a killer is composed of two different characters. How did the idea come to the development team? What was unique and interesting as the development progressed? 

Dead by Daylight Creative Director Dave Richard: The ability to separate and control multiple independent characters with different abilities has always been a fascinating concept to the team. Over the years, … Read the rest

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 ended with Galactus being defeated and Agent Jonesy waking up, and now? The world of Battle Royale is different once more. Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 5 kicks off bringing everyone’s cutest little guy back into the spotlight with The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda (or Grogu, if you want to abandon the cute nickname). 

Epic Games calls season 5 “zero point” and it means the few rules this universe has are officially out of the window. Across different realities, hunters are called to fight against a looming threat called “the loop.” From manga characters that look like they’ve literally just popped out of an anime, to a weird pancake lookin’ thing, take a look at a few of the screenshots in the slideshow below for a closer look at the new season: 

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The latest update also brings new hunting … Read the rest

Summary

  • The November 2020 Xbox Console Update is beginning to roll out for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One family of devices.
  • Xbox Series X|S owners get more dynamic background options and an Auto HDR indicator in the guide.
  • Optimized for X|S” badges make it easy to know which games are ready for Xbox Series X|S.
  • Xbox Game Pass members can browse and pre-load games with a new Coming Soon section.

This month marked the start of the next generation of console gaming on Xbox with the release of Xbox Series X|S, and Team Xbox is excited to continue bringing new ways to make your experience on Xbox even better. Just like we’ve done on Xbox One, we will continue to periodically release software updates designed to improve your Xbox gaming experience based on your feedback, including both delivering you new features and fixing bugs. This month’s release includes … Read the rest

Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
Release:

November 23, 2020

Reviewed on: PC

Compared to the lifespan of most games, World of Warcraft is ancient – but it’s hardly a relic. Even today, Blizzard’s MMORPG continues to keep the content flowing for players old and new. Shadowlands is the eighth expansion, and this journey through the afterlife comes with fresh features alongside systems that will be extremely familiar to veterans of the game. At the core, Shadowlands succeeds with powerful world-building fantasy, player identity, and bold gameplay elements.

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Shadowlands’ premise is simple and straightforward. You invade the many realms of the afterlife to foil the plans of a mysterious arch-enemy called the Jailer. He is exceptionally boring as a villain right now, and takes a backseat to the true all-stars of the afterlife: the four distinct factions that the player explores and eventually aligns … Read the rest

Summary

  • A new Totally Reliable Delivery Service content update with cool events and new cosmetics!
  • Come discover two completely new events to play solo or with your friends: Windy Wings and Laser Barrage.
  • Alongside which we have also added a completely new category of cosmetics: The Super-Powered Cosmetics and a range of awesome shiny vehicles skins.

A new Totally Reliable Delivery Service content update is bringing a load of additional cool stuff! Come discover two completely new events to play solo or with your friends: Windy Wings and Laser Barrage. Alongside which we have also added a completely new category of cosmetics: The Super-Powered Cosmetics and a range of awesome shiny vehicles skins.

Laser Barrage Event – Survive the Alien Invasion!

Survive the alien invasion by dodging the Laser Barrage as long as you can! If you can manage to survive the longest you will earn brand new cosmetics. You … Read the rest

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla offers a stunning open-world for players to live out those Viking fantasies in. It even houses some pretty stellar references, including a Dungeons & Dragons game. That being said, there is one aspect that is far from beauty and grace, and it’s these children that OH MY GOD WHAT IS WRONG WITH THEIR FACE?! 

Look, we’re not here to judge. All children are beautiful in the eyes of yada yada yada, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that these kids have officially out-uglied the boat people of Marvel’s Spider-Man when it first launched on the PS4. 

One Reddit user made a horrifying compilation showing off some of the best (?) of the best (again, ?) and really, this is not the content we should be sharing with you but we’re doing it anyway. Sorry: 

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Some of them aren’t that Read the rest

Summary

  • BFF or Die is a couch co-op game that you can enjoy with friends, family, and your significant other.
  • Sitting around the TV together you’ll have fun playing as time traveling aliens who help each other survive through ancient Egyptian mazes, puzzles, and dangers.
  • For our team of three, this is a big deal — our passion project is coming out on Xbox One!

I’m Shaz, the game designer of BFF or Die. As a lifelong gamer, I’ve grown up playing video games. My most memorable gaming moments come from when I used to meet up with a group of four friends and play local multiplayer games all weekend. I look back on those times fondly – they made me appreciate how gaming can be the social glue to build lasting friendships.

We’ve been developing BFF or Die for a long time. We started out with a demo … Read the rest

In a year defined by ample hardships, video games have been a routine escape for many of us. Luckily, we saw the release of several incredible games, including Hades, The Last of Us Part II, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and much more. However, with so many sizable game releases, some of the year’s most interesting experiences likely flew under your radar.

Without further ado, here are 5 hidden gem games you missed in 2020. 

Risk of Rain 2

Risk of Rain 2 is a roguelike third-person shooter wherein teams of up to 4 travel from dimension to dimension to explore space and time. Players slowly build up their stats and abilities each run by obliterating waves of alien enemies and subsequently collecting randomized loot.

Thanks to the abundant offerings of its item system, Risk of Rain 2 facilitates a power fantasy that would be considered broken in other games. Read the rest

We are excited to reveal that the award-winning horror puzzle platformer Darq is coming to Xbox One on December 4 in the all-new shape of Darq: Complete Edition, which includes the base game plus DLCs The Tower and the yet-to-be released The Crypt!

For the first time ever, player on Xbox One will be able to experience the adventure of Lloyd, a boy who becomes aware of the fact that he is dreaming. To Lloyd’s misfortune, the dream quickly turns into a nightmare and all attempts to wake up end in failure. While exploring the darkest corners of his subconscious, Lloyd learns how to survive the nightmare by bending the laws of physics and manipulating the fluid fabric of the dream world.

Darq

Players who will buy Darq: Complete Edition on Xbox One will be able to upgrade for free to the Xbox Series X|S version via Smart Delivery … Read the rest

On the PlayStation 5, you can swing around a lovingly recreated New York City as Spider-Man, zipping around at 60 frames-per-second or in 4K resolution. You can listen to the explosions in Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War surround you in 3D audio. You can marvel at the way giant AAA games load in a matter of two or three seconds, wondering how you ever dealt with load times in the past, disgusted by the mere thought. 

Also, you can put this cute little robot named Astro in a spaceship, and when you do that, you have to zip him in there. Here’s the best part, though: When you zip him up, the DualSense controller that comes with the PS5 rumbles, and it feels like a real zipper! That’s next-gen gaming, baby. That’s the reason I spent $500 on this big ugly box in the middle of a pandemic … Read the rest