Did you know that one of the Easter Eggs for Google’s Chrome browser is an endless runner game that can be activated when the browser detects that you’re offline? It turns out that Microsoft loves that idea and has since announced that its Edge browser, now built using Chromium, will be gaining a similar feature as well.
With the amount of success Rockstar had with GTA 5, it makes sense that they would want to eventually follow it up with GTA 6. However, there is the question of when exactly will GTA 6 be released? The good news is that we might now have a possible date to look forward to, and that is in 2023 (which lines up with what we had previously heard).
Blizzard typically hosts an event every year around November known as BlizzCon. It is one of the biggest gaming events in the year as this is when Blizzard usually announces updates to their games as well as new titles. Unfortunately, it looks like BlizzCon 2020 will not be taking place this year.
Now that quite a number of major sporting events have been cancelled, what we’re seeing is how some sporting organizations and event organizers have come up with some creative solutions, such as getting professional athletes to compete in the eSports version of the game that they play.
Earlier this month, Razer announced a new pair of headphones in the form of the Razer Opus. However, the problem was that during the announcement, it was revealed that the headphones would only be available in China. The good news is that that has changed as Razer has since announced the Opus’ available in the US.
With the world more or less on lockdown, we’re seeing more people work from home and rely on communication tools like Zoom to have face-to-face virtual meetings. While there is nothing wrong with using these video calling apps, writer and illustrator Viviane Schwarz and her team decided to shake things up a bit by hosting their team meetings inside of a video game.
One of the upsides to buying a product from a physical store is that if you wanted to return, exchange, or refund it, you can just go back to the shop and assuming you meet all the requirements, it can be done in a matter of minutes. Refunding a digital purchase, however, can result in waiting times.
In the previous years, we’ve seen how Nintendo has hosted several Direct events. The company has typically shied away from major conferences and events and usually chooses to host its own online Direct events instead. However, according to a report from VentureBeat, it seems that Nintendo could be taking a break from that.
Looking for a way to pass some time during the lockdown? If you are, then the folks at Rockstar and Epic Games have a treat for you. This is because Epic has announced that Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V will now be available as a free download from the Epic Games Store, so you’ll want to move quickly if you want to get your hands on it.
According to Bethesda, it could be years before we hear about more details about The Elder Scrolls VI. For those who’d rather not replay Skyrim or have no interest in subscribing to The Elder Scrolls Online, The Elder Scrolls: Blades could be a good alternative, and the good news is that the game is now available on the Nintendo Switch.
These days, our video games are starting to look more realistic than ever, thanks to the advancements made in technology that has allowed game developers to push the envelope further. Now in a demo video shared on YouTube by the folks at Epic Games, they have shown off what Unreal Engine 5 looks like while running on Sony’s PS5.
Last week, it was reported that SteelSeries could have a new MFi gaming controller in the works called the Nimbus+. Sure enough, the rumors were true as the company has since officially announced the new gaming accessory. While it is maintaining the Nimbus branding, clearly there are some improvements made over its predecessor.
Despite Bethesda downplaying the existence of The Elder Scrolls VI, the company made a surprise announcement in 2018 and revealed that the game was in its pre-production stages, although the company did warn that it could be a long time before it will be officially announced.
Back in 2017, we heard rumors that a Diablo 2 and Warcraft 3 remaster could be in the works. Half of the rumor was true as Warcraft 3: Reforged was eventually released, and now it seems that a Diablo 2 remaster could very well be on its way. Interestingly enough, this remaster will not be developed by Blizzard, but by Vicarious Visions, a subsidiary of Activision.