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World of Warcraft may be one of the most popular and iconic video games of all time, and with the latest expansion that just released, Activision Blizzard released a statement announced that World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is now the fastest selling PC game of all time, shattering their own record previously held by Diablo 3.
World of Warcraft’s latest expansion was recently delayed due to technical issues, and was pushed back to an unknown date to address them and work on polishing the entire experience. Now Blizzard has revealed the new official release date for Shadowlands, which will now be launching on November 23rd.
Ever since its launch around 10 years ago, StarCraft 2 has blazed the eSports and RTS scene, becoming the number 1 RTS that professionals and the like will want to play. Since then StarCraft 2 has grown and seen lots of additional content, but Blizzard has announced that no new content will be added anymore.
Blizzard has announced that the new expansion for World of Warcraft has unfortunately been delayed and won’t be launching on October 27th due to additional time needed for some polish as well as some challenges that resulted in working from home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Currently there is no new date planned for the launch of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
Last week we reported on the official PC system requirements for the recently announced World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, which ended up requiring an SSD for the minimum specs. This obviously confused a lot of people as SSDs are generally listed only under recommended specs, and threw off quite a few players.
The ever-popular fantasy MMO World of Warcraft will be getting it's latest expansion in October with World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. Shown off at the recent Gamescom 2020 Opening Night Live event, the newest expansion brings a whole new region, and certainly looks very pretty.
Obsidian’s latest survival game Grounded has seen a lot of success since launching in Early Access and on the Xbox Game Pass, the developers recently revealed that they hit 1 million players within 48 hours after launch and promised a new update soon. Well, that new update is here, and it brings a lot of new additions to the backyard.
There’s this really weird trend going on right now where people are trying to create the weirdest and craziest and most disgusting games out there. Ones that portray really graphic or lewd designs. These can certainly appeal to a… certain demographic should I say, but they also bring out our morbid curiosity of such imagery, and definitely challenge our senses of taboo.
It’s been a while since we saw anything related to Biomutant, the furry kung-fu action game that sees players transform and mutate their characters in order to adapt to their surroundings. Last time we saw anything was back at the end of December in 2018 with a gamplay sizzle reel, and only recently heard again from the developers providing an update on the game’s release date. But no we have some actual gameplay, 10 minutes of it to be precise, which shows a bit more about the world and it’s characters.
Good news for all you blocky dungeoneers, if you found the base game a bit short then don’t fret because more content for Minecraft: Dungeons is coming soon! The first DLC, called Jungle Awakens, has been confirmed for release sometime in July, and will feature new missions, enemy types, gear and artifacts.
Good evening, adventurers. What's that? You want to battle hordes of mobs and venture into the deep crypts to thwart the plans of the illagers in a fight for our blocky survival? Well hop on in! It's time to see how well Minecraft? Or is it somehow a bit more demanding? Let's take a look...