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  1. Russ Bullock is the top dog at Piranha Games and in a podcast talk with No Guts No Galaxy told a little about the future of Mechwarriors. As you know, a DLC called Rise of Rasalhague is on its way to Mechwarrior 5 and will be released on January 26, but they are also looking a little further ahead. Bullock says he's a little surprised they got to work on Mechwarrior as long as they did, but he really appreciates it. Furthermore, he reveals another standalone game in the series is now in development with them, and it is not a sequel to Mechwarrior Online and does not revolve around online PVP. Instead, it's more in line with Mechwarrior 5, with singleplayer and co-op. It is supposed to be released for PC and "consoles", but he does not want to say more, apart from the fact that it will be announced for real sometime during the year, possibly as late as this fall.
  2. Vampire Survivors not only became one of the most popular games on Steam in 2022, it was also released for Xbox and mobile formats before the end of the year. Something striking is that the mobile version is really free. No, not free-to-play, but free through and through. The end. Or yes, maybe a little comma is in order. Namely, there are advertisements for purchases in the game (but "no pop-ups"), which you can ignore and avoid interacting with. The reason is that the developer wants to make money somehow "but in the way that least affected the players" (via Mobilegamer). However, the road there turned out to be more complicated than developer Luca Galante, Poncle, could have imagined. It appears in a New Year summary on Steam. The plan wasn't to develop the mobile version on our own but after spending months without finding a team that wanted to make the game without greedy monetization in the back of their minds, they felt compelled to take development into their own hands. "Unfortunately, nobody I spoke with was on board with the monetization I had in mind for the platform: non-predatory. Another reason for developing the mobile version ourselves was the fact that similar games started to line up, where some were pure "copies with stolen code, data and stolen assets". However, it is acknowledged that the version has some unpolished elements, and as there is a lack of manpower, this may take longer. However, there was never any talk of not making Vampire Survivors "free-for-real". "If you're like me, then if you wanted Vampire Survivors on mobile you'd have been happy to just pay a couple of bucks for it and call it a day. But the mobile market doesn't work like that and by making Vampire Survivors a paid app I'd have cut out completely a lot of new players from even trying the game. This is why we ended up with a free-for-real approach, where monetization is minimal and is designed to never interrupt your game, always be optional and in your control through a couple of 'watch ads' buttons, and doesn't have any of that real money sinks that mobile cashgrabs are usually designed around. It's just the full game, playable offline, in landscape or portrait, with touch controls or with a gamepad.
  3. We haven't exactly been spoiled with cool dinosaur games in recent years, but The Lost Wild looks like it could be an interesting title. Now we've got a new trailer for the game, but unfortunately it's not a pure gameplay trailer. Instead, it's more of a cinematic showcase, but it looks to be in-engine and we'll hope it's representative of the actual game, because it looks really good. The dinosaurs in this survival/horror game will use advanced AI that allows them to adapt to what is happening, so maybe something along the lines of Alien Isolation? The developers also say that we will be faced with dinosaurs that behave like wild animals, not monsters. It's entirely single-player, and the focus is on stealth and survival, not action. We still don't have a release date, but they're teasing us that it's coming to Steam "soon", according to the video description - on the other hand, it says "2024" on Steam, so it's a bit unclear. There are also plans for versions for the current gen consoles, but they don't specify a specific time frame for when that might happen.
  4. "Was it always this chaotic?" wonders a seagull in the opening moments of the trailer for Cities: Skylines' upcoming expansion. It goes by the name Plazas & Promenades (that is, the expansion, not the seagull), and just as the name suggests, it revolves around places where you can use your legs to get around, rather than a car. There are walking paths, market squares and regular zones as well as streets where cars are simply prohibited. Other news includes street music to increase the happiness in the pedestrian zone (on the other hand, it also counts as noise). If you instead want to reduce the residents' happiness, you can introduce a sugar ban, which increases their lifespan. There are also three new district specializations: office buildings, high-density residential and high-density commercial zones, with 24 new associated buildings. The price lands at €14.99 and the expansion should be released "soon". Otherwise, the game is going like a train, and celebrated twelve million copies sold a couple of months ago.
  5. Microsoft Flight Simulator turns 40, and it's to be celebrated. On November 11th, a content update will be released, and the now two-year-old game (sorry, simulator) will finally get official support for helicopters. The update will include twelve new aircraft, such as the Airbus A310, two helicopters (according to unconfirmed information), and six historical planes. There will also be twelve airports each for helicopters and gliders and 20 historical missions. The update will be free to take home, and it's also included if you run the game via Game Pass.
  6. EA has pulled the wraps off the next content update for Battlefield 2042 . The name will be Season Two - Master of Arms and already on August 30 it will be released. On Tuesday next week, that is. In terms of content, a new map, Stranded, is offered. There is an oil tanker stranded on the dried-up seabed, and there malevolent forces have established a weapons depot. A short film shows a stranded freighter on a dried-up lake bed in Panama. Tight battles indoors, waiting behind boxes and cartons. In addition, three new weapons, a stun grenade, two vehicles and a new specialist named Charlie Crawford are included. He acts as support for the team, with the ability to revive teammates and conjure up a minigun with a shield when needed. This can be used by anyone - friend or foe. Finally, there will be some weapons and other things to unlock in BF Portal. The first season update was released in June and was a bit of a vitamin injection for the then struggling game. The number of players grew significantly, and while these are not dream numbers (6,000 Steam players at the time of writing, according to Steam Charts), the increase is still there two months later. Hopefully, Season Two will have the same effect on both the number of players and their mood.
  7. You probably haven't missed that Minecraft is going to get a spinoff in the likes of action strategy, right? Well, Minecraft Legends was announced in June, and from what little we got to see, it looked like an interesting concept. Now a new trailer has arrived that is as fiery as it is grisly. Pigs invade the overworld and devour everything in their path, and it falls to the player to lead golems and other classic Minecraft creatures in the battle against them. This is not done with the help of classic real-time strategy, but instead in the form of an action and strategy hybrid where we, as the main character, ride around and lead our troops. This means that we can attack the enemies ourselves while giving orders - a bit like in Overlord and similar games. Minecraft Legends is being developed by Mojang and Blackbird Interactive – who are also working on Homeworld 3 – and will be released in 2023 for PC, Playstation 4/5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, as well as being included in Game Pass.
  8. Mutated dinosaurs are the main antagonists in Second Extinction , the fps game where three people fight together in the best Left 4 Dead style for their survival. And the release is approaching - on October 20, the game will be released. This is the second title from Systemic Reaction, one of three developers under the Swedish Avalanche Studios. They debuted in 2019 with the heavily 80s-smelling Generation Zero. Hopefully Second Extinction gets a warmer reception. It's coming to PC and Xbox.
  9. Dual Universe from Novaquark is approaching release-worthy condition. After eight years of development, it is announced that the game will be released on September 27, and those of you who haven’t caught the beta that has been running for two years will get a chance to feel this sandbox MMO in space. The game emphasizes that freedom is important, and the players themselves create the content. They can build ships, houses, space stations, and everything in the world can be modified. On September 22, the servers will be taken down to prepare for the release five days later. Then a trial version is also released so that you can test what it is all about free of charge. Dual Universe is subscription based. Not very common in today’s MMO context, but it is needed to fund the common server that all players play on. A month costs 10 euros, and if you run a year in one go, the price drops to 7 euros a month. And a trial version is underway.
  10. There are a lot of ambitious mods out there, and Fallout has attracted quite a few such projects. One of those is Fallout: London, but if you want to go to warmer places, maybe Fallout: Miami would be something. The team has been working on this Fallout 4 project in their spare time for several years now, and a few days ago a new trailer was released. It doesn't show gameplay (although most people probably know what Fallout 4 looks like), but offers a glimpse of the different places we'll get to visit at Miami Beach. The mod will have a storyline to follow as well as side quests, voiced characters, new items and two factions: Nuclear Patriots and Enclave. The developers themselves say that the mod has the same scope as an official expansion. However, there is no release date, as projects like this completely rely on how much free time the developers can devote to it. However, they say they have internal goals, but they don't want to share them yet. The mod will only be released for pc, due to its size. More info on the official website.
  11. Michael Madsen, Chuck Norris, Danny Trejo, Kim Basinger, Danny Glover, Michael Rooker, Damion Poiter, Vanilla Ice… The Vice City vibes are clear. Payday too, right? That’s the feeling we get from the Crime Boss: Rockay City trailer, an fps for shooters. It’s honestly hard to draw any major conclusions. Ingame has previously contributed to titles such as Mafia, Arma and Silent Hill , but will now stand on its own action legs. What stands out most in the trailer is the star-studded cast; Michael Madsen, Chuck Norris, Danny Trejo, Kim Basinger, Danny Glover, Michael Rooker, Damion Poiter, Vanilla Ice. It’s easy to imagine how much money was pumped into Crime Boss: Rockay City . If it goes well? No clue! Fairly soon, however, we should get results. The game will be released for Playstation, Xbox and PC (via the Epic Store) on March 28. The game revolves around Michael Madsen’s cop Travis Baker. "Carefully pick Baker’s crew based on their skills and expertise and claw your way to the top in a single player campaign or jump into the PVE co-op multiplayer and execute thrilling hits and heists with up to four players.
  12. The sequel was “damn expensive”, says director James Cameron. “It has to be one of the highest grossing films of all time”. The first cinema tickets have released and a final trailer for this winter’s (no, this year’s) blockbuster, “Avatar: The Way of Water” have released. James Cameron’s sequel to the mega-hit ‘Avatar’ looks set to once again stun audiences with stunning visual effects and push the boundaries of the wonders of modern film technology. But the question is whether the audience success is as given as last time? Do we even remember what happened in the first “Avatar”? Despite the high ticket cost (up to $30) and the long running time (3 hours 12 minutes), both Disney and James Cameron hope that the audience will make a pilgrimage to the nearest cinema, as they did 13 years ago. The film was “damn expensive” to shoot, says the director to GQ: "It’s a really lousy business model. Because we have to become one of the 3-4 highest grossing films in history. That is the goal, then we reach break-even. - James Cameron
  13. We have to wait longer for some sequels than others. In a press release, Paradox reveals that Victoria 3 will be released on October 25, which means twelve years after the second and nineteen years after Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun. There is time to build up reasonably high requirements during that time. Up to the proof! The grand strategy game takes us from 1836 all the way to 1936. The Victorian era is considered strict, ornate and rule-heavy. Proven breeding ground for successful strategy twice before. The nice thing, of course, is that it's up to you to write about the historical century - over and over again.
  14. The beloved books about Winnie the Pooh and his friends recently became public domain, which means that anyone can use them freely. Filmmaker Rhys Waterfield (who produced C-movies such as "Dinosaur Hotel", "Wrath of Van Helsing" and "Crocodile Vengeance") makes his directorial debut with the film, which is said to be a mixture of absurdity and real terror. In the trailer, it is revealed that Christopher Robin abandoned Winnie the Pooh and Piglet to go to college, only to find themselves turned into bloodthirsty killers when their human besties return. Despite the silly premise, it looks like there will be a lot of blood and violence in "Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey" when the beasts attack the young people partying according to the genre's standards. This can be both a festively entertaining slasher for fans, a blood-drenching slaughter for those who like such things, or a useless turkey that only milks a poor popular brand. It remains to be seen when the film will be released later this year.
  15. Stray Fawn Studio scored Kickstarter success when they raised money to create the game The Wandering Village . That was in 2020, and now it's finally time for it to be released in early access on Steam. It's a city-building game, but with the significant difference that you don't build on solid ground, but on the back of a gigantic, six-legged creature that wanders through the world. The people in the game have been driven from their village by plants that spread poisonous spores. However, they encounter the creature Onbu, and thereafter it is up to the player to create a functioning society in the limited space, either in symbiosis with the Onbu or as a selfish parasite. At the same time, the creature wanders through several different types of environments with varying opportunities and challenges. On September 14, it will be released in early access on Steam , while Xbox players will be able to test it sometime in 2023 via the Xbox Game Preview.
  16. A few months ago, CD Projekt Red announced that a new Witcher game is indeed on the way. They then wrote that "a new saga begins", which suggested that the plan might be to release not just one game, but several. And now they have confirmed that this is actually the case. In connection with their half-yearly report, they arranged a presentation for their investors and then also answered questions from them. When asked "what do they mean by a new 'Witcher saga'", CEO Adam Kiciński replied that they are now working on the first game, but that they have several games in mind. He subsequently refers to the existing trilogy as the first saga and the upcoming games as the second. He also confirmed that the game is still in the pre-production phase, which means it will be a while before we see it. So far, we haven't gotten much information about what the first game in the next series will be about, but based on the image they used to announce it, it seems to revolve around the "School of the Lynx", or the Witcher school of the lynx. We also know that the game is being developed in Unreal Engine 5, and if you want to know why, you can read about it here.
  17. Ubisoft has released a first gameplay trailer for The Division: Heartland , the free-to-play game announced for spring 2021. In the film, we get a glimpse of Silver Creek, a small town in rural America where you fight against pandemics as well as human opponents in this team-based shooter. "This standalone free-to-play The Division game introduces new playable characters in a rural setting, far from the events in New York and Washington D.C. Silver Creek was once a pleasant town in the American Midwest, but it was left in ruins following the spread of the Dollar Flu. Players will take on the role of loyal Division agents from across the nation responding to a call for help. Fighting alongside and against other trained agents, players will explore the secrets of Silver Creek and provide hope to what remains of small-town America. Heartland will be released for PC, consoles and in the cloud in 2022 or 2023, says the press release. Some form of early testing will be conducted, and if you are interested in participating, you can register your interest at thedivisiongame.com.
  18. Lego Bricktales has been looking really impressive since it was announced at the beginning of the year. So far we've had to settle for "2022" as a release date, but now they've finally announced that the game will be released on October 12 for PC, Playstation 4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch. The announcement also comes with a new trailer that gives us a quick look at some of the dioramas we'll be visiting, building, solving puzzles and searching for secrets in. They include a jungle castle ruin, a commercial port, what looks like an ancient burial chambers, a pirate ship in a cave, a pyramid, a … you get the idea, there are many different environments. For some time now, there has also been a demo of the game that you can download from Steam. It should include the game's first two courses, which we previously got to see in gameplay walkthroughs.
  19. As you know, it was not only Rockstar that suffered a troublesome leak in the past few days, but also Blizzard. But the exciting news for Diablo IV isn't just of the unofficial kind, as they also gave us more information about upcoming beta tests. First of all, testing a very important part of the game, namely the end game - i.e. what you do after you've run through the plot and reached max level. In order to make the game's end game as good as possible, they will invite players to a closed beta test (from which they are not allowed to share anything), which will include Helltide, Nightmare Dungeons, Whispers of the Dead, Fields of Hatred and Paragon Boards. More info about these activities here . Which then gets to participate in this closed beta test? Blizzard will go by game data and select players who have recently spent a lot of time with the end game in Diablo II: Resurrected , Diablo III , and Diablo Immortal . In order to be invited, you also seem to have to log into your Battle.net account and click that you want to receive "News and Special Offers from Battle.net" in the communication settings. The closed beta will own on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Playstation 4/5 this year. If you are not selected, however, you do not need to despair, because open beta tests will also be held at the beginning of next year.
  20. The Polish studio has gone out of its way to patch up its action RPG, and it seems to have paid off. Earlier today we wrote about the number of players rushing on Steam. Paweł Sasko does not take this lightly, saying that it is "a second chance" . In short, but sometimes a sobbing emoji is worth a thousand words. Although there will be an expansion in 2023 – Phantom Liberty – many had expected a second one later. No such plans exist, but CD Projekt promises "full commitment" to the brand beyond Phantom Liberty.
  21. July 1st this year, the Polish company CD Project Red celebrated 20 years as a company. A few days ago, the company released an 18-minute video on the history behind everything. In the video, Adam Badoski, Piotr Nielubowicz and Marcin Ivinski talk about the company's journey from the first Witcher to today. There is also a website dedicated to the celebration where you can read about the games and the company's history. They also encourage readers to share screenshots, selfies and more to participate in the celebration. I am looking forward to another (at least) 20 years of CDPR games. And I personally want to thank the developers behind Cyberpunk 2077 for their dedication to the game, making it what it deserves to be. It's my all time favorite game! What are your best memories from CDPR games?
  22. So, this is nothing new by now, that cheaters are a problem in Dead by Daylight. What is sad though is that it's nothing new that Behaviour ignores the problem effectively ruining the game for its player base, streamers and content creators. In fact the problem is so bad right now that big name streamers are coming out of their silence and recognizing the problem. Streamers like Otzdarva and Spookyloopz, who by the way are in the Fog Whisperer program are now opening up. In the video below (spoiler) you will see Dowsey speaking about the problem and reacting to the mentioned streamers and, he says something that I truly also believe is a step in the right direction... "Get out of the Fog Whisperer program". I believe this is something they need to do to show to BHVR that their behavior (no pun intended) is not accepted! It's no secret that BHVR are extremely bad at communicating with their community, it's no secret that BHVR lies about what they are doing to prevent cheaters etc., it's no secret that BHVR don't hold back on punishing anyone criticizing the company and the game. The problem is so bad now that cheaters can openly use cheats because if they get banned they can have another account up and running in minutes. Cheaters hold players hostage in the game by making it so that you cannot end the game, the only way to do it is by disconnecting and getting a DC strike. There are ways to force you to join any players game, effectively meaning that cheaters can through the cheat software force them selves into all of your games. IP leaks, speed hacks, instant generator completion etc. etc. It goes on and on. BHVR is not a good company, the developers are not good people, and big name content creators Should Not support them. Play the game for all you want, it is your job, but, get out of any supportive groups/programs being sponsored by BHVR! To quote Dowsey, "Put your money where your mouths are!" What are your experiences of cheaters in DbD? And what are your thoughts about BHVR?
  23. Long before "Avengers" he made one of the film's first portraits of the infamous serial killer. The currently streaming miniseries "Dahmer - Monster: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer" has made the whole world re-discover and horrify one of America's worst serial killers. Eva Peters is well deserved for his role, but he was not the first to take on the complex and unpleasant character. Already in 2002 came the first feature film about Jeff Dahmer. Then you could see a relatively unknown 30-year-old Jeremy Renner, who until then has had mostly guest roles in television series. The daring lead in David Jacobson's "Dahmer" became something of a breakthrough that made critics and the film industry aware of Renner, and has led him to greater roles - in both Oscar-nominated films and successful blockbusters. The trailer for "Dahmer" shows us several nasty scenes that are recognized by Netflix's own drama series - including how Jeff drugs his victims and how a young boy tries to escape from his apartment. The film received good reviews and has 73% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. The audience was a little less positive as the average rating at IMDb is 5.6. Unfortunately.
  24. "The Godfather" director Francis Ford Coppola pours in a billion kroner (!) in the film that will become his magnum opus. His "Godfather" trilogy changed the world of cinema, and he's not done yet. Francis Ford Coppola, 83 years old, is planning perhaps his most ambitious project to date when it is finally time to film "Megalopolis" - a giant project he has carried on for over 30 years. In order to realize the grand story, he will film on the state-of-the-art The Prysm Stage in Atlanta, Indiewire writes. Coppola plans to combine classic filmmaking with cutting-edge new technology — "one foot in the past and the other in the future," according to a press release. Among other things, the newly built studio allows the filmmaker to borrow a giant LED screen, not unlike what Disney used for its television series such as the Star Wars venture "The Mandalorian" to put actors in artificial environments. So-called Volume screens are increasingly used in cinema as well. However, reports of "never-before-seen technology" suggest that those aren't the only technological advances that Coppola will be using in his filming process - we haven't heard any further details yet. But it will be expensive. Coppola is said to be investing $120 million of his own money on the project. And he doesn't care if the film is a financial success, as long as the film turns out the way he wants. - I couldn't care less about the financial side. It means nothing to me, he has said in an interview. Adam Driver and Shia LaBeouf lead a star-studded ensemble that also features Forest Whitaker, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jon Voight and Laurence Fishburne. The film is said to take place in an alternate version of New York, where ancient Rome and its fate affects the modern world. In the center stands an architect who wants to rebuild the metropolis of New Rome after a disaster.
  25. Overwatch 2 was released a couple of days ago, and some really lucky players have actually been able to play it. The usual server problems that appear at most releases of online games have been present, and Blizzard says that the game has been subjected to DDoS attacks. Now Blizzard has come out and apologized for the release, which they say did not meet the expectations of the players or their own. Regarding actually getting into the game, they say they’ve updated a server to make the login itself more reliable, and they’re working on another update to reduce the risk of being disconnected once you get into the game. Unfortunately, they don’t mention anything about increasing server capacity, so expect continued queues during popular hours of the day. When it comes to missing in-game items, they say half of the cases are due to the players in question simply not completing the process to merge their Overwatch and Overwatch 2 accounts, which is partly caused by a missing prompt to do so on some consoles. For the other half, it’s because the transfer takes a bit of time, but they assure that no items or data are lost. In conclusion, they address the equally criticized as appreciated decision to require SMS verification for all accounts, and which in many cases requires having a phone plan rather than a prepaid card. Some believe this excludes people who can’t afford an ongoing subscription, some of whom have been playing the first Overwatch for years. In response, Blizzard has now decided to remove the phone requirement for anyone who has played Overwatch since June 9, 2021. Those players will be able to play Overwatch 2 (or at least queue up to try to get in) starting October 7, which is tomorrow , If everything goes as planned.
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