World Of Warcraft Is Introducing 100% XP Boost To Encourage Players To Stay Home
With people around the world being advised to stay home to practice social distancing and to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many are no doubt taking this opportunity to play games that they might not have otherwise have the time for. If you are a World of Warcraft player who has retired, now might be a good time to get back into the game.

Next Call Of Duty Title Could Be A Reboot Of Black Ops
Back in 2019, Activision released a new Call of Duty title as they always do in the form of a reboot of the Modern Warfare series. It looks like Activision isn’t stopping in their reboot of their Call of Duty titles because according to a report from TheGamingRevolution, it seems that the next Call of Duty title will be a reboot of the Black Ops series.

Students In Japan Hold Graduation Ceremony In Minecraft
With social distancing measures being put into place, it means that more people are being sent home to work or to study. It also means that large gatherings have been cancelled or postponed, such as school graduation ceremonies. Graduations are a huge part of a student’s life, which is why over in Japan, students have come up with an interesting way around the issue.

Hearthstone ‘Ashes Of Outland’ Expansion Announced
For those of you who are stuck at home working or studying, you might be pleased to learn that Blizzard has announced the latest expansion for Hearthstone in the form of “Ashes of Outland”. This is the first expansion for Hearthstone for the year of 2020 where it is expected to go live on the 7th of April.

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Steam Records Record-Breaking 20 Million Concurrent Players
We all spend our time differently on the weekends. Some of us choose to spend it with friends and family at gatherings, some of us go to watch movies, some of us go for a run or a bike ride, and so on. However, with the coronavirus outbreak, it has been strongly recommended that we all practice social distancing and to stay at home where possible.

Super Mario Comes To Life In A Brand New LEGO Set
If you’re a fan of Nintendo’s Super Mario franchise, then you might want to check out this brand new LEGO set. In a partnership with Nintendo, LEGO has unveiled a brand new set that is themed around Mario where it will bring the iconic plumber to life in his own little LEGO set, that we can’t help but think is incredibly adorable.

Reporters Without Borders Has Launched A Virtual Library In Minecraft
In the past, we have seen how Minecraft can be used for all kinds of purposes, such as being used as an educational tool to teach children about technology, to being a hobbyist game where we’ve seen how some players have used Minecraft and its building tools to construct entire worlds.

Microsoft To Host Online Xbox Event In Wake Of E3 Cancellation
The ESA has recently announced that they will not be hosting E3 2020 this year. This is due to the coronavirus outbreak that has infected thousands around the world, with no signs that it is slowing down anytime soon. This means that any announcements you might have expected from developers and companies may no longer be taking place.

E3 2020 Has Been Cancelled Over Coronavirus Concerns
The coronavirus does not seem like it is slowing down, where there are more reported cases everyday. As a result, many are advising that people keep themselves at home and to stay away from crowded places where the virus could be easily spread from one person to another. As a result, several events have been cancelled.

Command & Conquer Remaster Arrives in June
These days, one of the popular things for developers and publishers to do is release remasters of older titles. In a way this is not a bad thing, especially since there are many of us who have played games from back in the day that we wouldn’t mind playing again, especially with updated visuals and improvements.

Epic Finally Kills Off Fortnite’s Controversial Aim Assist Controller Setting
Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale is a game that has managed to capture the world by storm, but it is not without its fair share of criticisms and controversies. One of those includes a controller settings in the game in which it basically allows users to have aim assist, thus making it easier for users to aim at their enemies without having to try too hard.

2K Games Has Been Removed From NVIDIA’s GeForce Now
When NVIDIA’s GeForce Now game streaming service first launched out of the beta, many had praised the service saying that this is what Google Stadia should have been. However, it seems that since the service’s release, it looks like GeForce Now is losing games rather quickly.

Xbox Series S Could Be Priced Starting At $300
When Microsoft launched the Xbox One, they later followed up with a more affordable model in the form of the Xbox One S. They then launched a more expensive model with the Xbox One X. We expect that this will be the same formula the company will adopt with the Xbox Series X. hence the name, where there will be a “series” of different consoles under the Xbox family.

Call of Duty Mobile Will Lose Its Zombie Mode On March 25
Despite being somewhat grounded in “reality”, one of the fun and unique aspects of the Call of Duty franchise is its Zombies mode. This mode was later brought over to the mobile version of the game, but it seems that following the 25th of March, the developers of Call of Duty Mobile will be removing it from the game.