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Fortnite Enters Season 7; Creative Mode Available to Battle Pass Owners

Fortnite finished its sixth season and we could safely say that each of them was more successful than the previous. With Season 7 now available to all players (and there is 200 million of them), let’s see what Epic has in store for us. Let’s start lightly and present biplanes equipped with a machine gun. These were named Stormwings and they will give you the opportunity to fly. The Island of Fortn...[Read More]

There Will Be No Unreal Tournament, Epic Reveals

There will be no Unreal Tournament anytime soon. This sad news was confirmed by Tim Sweeney, the founder of Epic Games. According to him, the game has been abandoned for now.  Although the development had lasted for a long time, we expected some positive news, especially since the studio confirmed that the game is still a part of their plans only two months ago. At the time, Epic did admit that th...[Read More]

Epic Promises Free Games upon Launch of Their Gaming Distribution Platform

Steam raised a lot of controversies with its recent decision to motivate AAA developers by decreasing the revenue split for games that earn more than $10 million to 80/20. The reason why most of the developers reacted negatively is that the split will stay 70/30 for all other releases that remain below the set mark. Indie and other devs with tight budgets believe they are unfairly treated by Valve...[Read More]

Cal Will Be the Main Character of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Creating hype about the game you are developing is important. Sometimes the job is done by the community itself, such as in cases when leaks are revealed. This now happened to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. At this point, we asked ourselves – how much do we actually know about the new SW Game? We know that it will be created by Respawn, a studio now owned by Electronic Arts. The same guys used to d...[Read More]

Carmageddon Franchise Will Continue to Live Under THQ Nordic

Without any intention to ask about your age (just don’t ask us either), how many of you remember Carmageddon? When it was released in 1997, it was a spectacular game where you had the chance to smash vehicles while racing other opponents. Although it had the smash-‘em-up component, it was fun for the entire family. Here is some footage in case you want to remember or see how it looked like: Accord...[Read More]

Will the Next Splinter Cell Release Be Announced at the Game Awards?

As the ceremony of the Game Awards is getting near, we are hearing more rumours about potential titles being revealed at the event. This probably has a lot to do with the show’s host Geoff Keighley who announced that more than 10 releases should be presented to the public during the ceremony. The latest on that list might be the next instalment in the Splinter Cell franchise. If you are a fan of t...[Read More]

Resident Evil 2 Coming to PUBG Mobile, A Totally Unexpected Crossover

The Battle Royale genre is unarguably the latest trend among gamers. This popularity has now been lasting for over a year and it all started with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Ever since Bluehole released their game, many major titles have decided to include BR modes in their games, including Call of Duty and Battlefield, although the latter is still in development. Epic also had huge success wit...[Read More]

MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries Gets New Release Date in 2019

MechWarrior 5 seems like it is having issues with development progress. That is what you could have concluded when the game was postponed even though it was supposed to release in December. Fortunately, Piranha Games confirmed that they are still working on the project and they even provided a new official release date. Although it is still far away, the fans will be glad to know that the date is ...[Read More]

Valve Stirs Controversy with New Split Revenue Plan

Everything is about money these days which is why the latest decision made by Valve was expected. The creator of the Steam distribution platform decided to adjust the method of sharing profits with developers. The new policy is inclined towards “big game” and, therefore, big developers. This is how things will work in the future – Valve will decrease their revenue percentage to 25% for all games t...[Read More]

Ride 3 Officially Launches; Promises the Most Exciting Bike Racing Ever

The end of November brought some fantastic news for the fans of bike racing simulations. The third sequel to a popular franchise – Ride 3 – has officially been released for PC, PlayStation 4., and Xbox One. The first two instalments were extremely successful and Milestone decided to follow the formula and offer more of the same, just better. Ride 3 features over 230 bikes from seven categories and...[Read More]

Project Nova, EVE Online Multiplayer Shooter, Officially Cancelled

Project Nova, the multiplayer shooter based on EVE that we were expecting to release soon, has undoubtedly been postponed after CCP Games, the developer of the game, decided to get back to the drawing board. Although the progress was visible and they even revealed some cool information on the game, CCP wasn’t satisfied with how everything worked. The story of Project Nova had started in 2016 when ...[Read More]

BioWare Plans Anthem Closed Alpha for Next Weekend

BioWare is developing Anthem, a multiplayer action RPG that is scheduled to be released on 22nd February 2019. Plenty of hype is surrounding the release and things are taken to the next level now that Electronic Arts has announced that closed alpha will be starting very soon. December 8th is the date when players across all platforms, including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, may get the chance t...[Read More]