Bungie needs to keep its pool of Guardians active and interested. After a few weeks of being incommunicado, Bungie and Destiny 2 game director Christopher Barrett broke their silence with a new look at the months ahead of Guardians.
If you haven’t had a chance yet to try it out, then Hitman is utterly magnificent. Six episodes of intrigue, espionage and death that gives players so many tools with which to accomplish their objectives. Besides the aforementioned episodes and a few bonus adventures, Hitman’s primary content is pretty much done and dusted. Or is it? Because IO Interactive is teasing something new for October 24.
If you never jumped into it, DOOM on the multiplayer front was actually pretty fun I reckon. A spiritual successor to the style and flow of Quake 3 Arena, it also relied on speed and custom maps to draw fans in. Different strokes then I guess, but I can understand why people weren’t rushing to Satan’s servers. Bethesda and id Software have a solution for that: They’re making all of the premium DOOM multiplayer content free.
It’s that very drought of content that defined Destiny 2 that developer Bungie and its parent company Activision want to avoid for Destiny 2, a promise that’ll have them chucking plenty of their considerable resources at the sequel in an attempt to keep that franchise populated between the months of expansions that are on the horizon.
Wednesday marks the latest content patch for World of Warcraft, one of many frequent updates throughout the Legion expansion. Here, you'll learn the fate of Gul'Dan and get a glimpse as to what the future holds for your quest of defeating the Burning Legion.
Perhaps the very tip of that crapburg however, belongs to the actual button layout of PUBG on Xbox One. It’s overly-convoluted, with buttons often having multiple functions mapped to them that results in bloated gameplay. It seems some of that fat is being trimmed off in the latest PUBG update however, as a Type-B preset seeks to evolve the game further.
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