Still on track for a late 2018 release, today we've got a new MechWarrior 5 Mercenaries trailer - one that showcases the destruction players can expect. Alongside the new look we've got confirmation that destruction in the game is split into three categories: mech damage, environment damage, and enemy damage.
But it will still allegedly feature zombies. At least that's what a report over at Polygon suggests, where they also go on to explain that an anonymous source told them the campaign was shaping up as not being ready for the game's release date and so development shifted to "expanding multiplayer".
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The Elder Scrolls Online's next expansion is set to take players to the new location of Summerset. The Summerset Isles, which as per the latest location trailer looks to be the most fairy-tale like setting in the Elder Scrolls saga yet. We're talking massive Disney-like castles, lush green forests, and plenty of flowers. So many flowers.
With four wins and zero losses in Stage 3 of the Overwatch League. Scott Kennedy, or Custa, was a new addition to the team where he was brought on as a support main for LA Valiant. A definite rising star, he joins fellow Australian and assistant coach, Jordan 'Gunba' Graham, on the revamped and new look LA Valiant.
Khora, who arrives as part of the new Beasts of Sanctuary update. In addition to the new frame a new game mode called Sanctuary Onslaught is coming, which will offer players a team-based, survival-style experience. Which sounds like a pretty cool twist to the existing Survival mode. In Sanctuary Onslaught players will need to fend of endless waves of enemies, racing against the clock and escaping through a portal. Where, they'll need to do it all over again.
Right, so the name Immortal Redneck may not inspire a whole lot of confidence. But underneath the southern-tinged wisecracks lies a fun, deep, and rewarding roguelite where progression and improving your skills result in a memorable experience. Immortal Redneck is coming to Nintendo Switch on May 10.
From UK-based charity SpecialEffect comes a special release that allows people with physical disabilities experience the joys of Minecraft. Using special eye-tracking software that is compatible with all Windows versions of Minecraft it covers everything from building, exploring, attacking, and even chat.