As we’re sure most of you guys know, Heroes of the Storm is Blizzard’s upcoming MOBA that we’re sure they’re hoping will be able to stand up against the likes of Valve’s DotA 2 and Riot’s League of Legends. That being said, the game is currently in its technical alpha, although gamers will be pleased to learn that it is now one step further to a release.
In a blog post on their Battle.net website, Blizzard announced that they are ready to move on to their final phase of the technical alpha. They will begin this by first taking the Heroes of the Store online store offline, and after that they will be wiping everyone’s accounts. The good news is that the money you spent on cosmetics and heroes will not be wasted as they will be refunded. Read full post →Heroes Of The Storm To Enter Final Phase Of Technical Alpha
Destiny is Bungie’s latest game and given the success they had with the Halo franchise and with Activision pumping a whopping $500 million into the game, we can only imagine that many gamers have eagerly anticipated it. So far it seems to have worked as Destiny has managed to top the charts and in turn helped to drive PlayStation 4 sales as well.
Well according to the reports, it looks like Destiny’s success is still continuing as the game has managed to rank number one again for the second week in the row, at least as far as the Top 20 UK charts are concerned. However it has also been noted that sales of the game have since dropped by 78%. Read full post →Destiny Sales Drop By 78%, But Maintains Its No. 1 Spot In The UK