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Monday, December 10, 2018

Monster Hunter: World X Witcher 3 Collaboration Event

A Monster Hunter: World crossover event with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is announced for next year!

2018 has been a great year so far for action role-playing game Monster Hunter: World from developer/publisher Capcom. Within a few months, the title became one of the best-selling games ever of the company and by then it was only released on consoles.

On August 9, it saw PC launch and then a collaboration event with Final Fantasy XIV was announced. Following the success of that crossover, developer CD Projekt Red's fan-favorite character Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series is coming to MHW.

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Monster Hunter: World X Witcher 3 Collaboration Event

RELATED: Monster Hunter: World Becomes Capcom’s Best-Selling Game Ever

Watch out the official trailer released for the upcoming world colliding adventure of two action PRG franchises.




RELATED: Monster Hunter: World X Final Fantasy XIV Collaboration Event

Similarly to the Hunters of the titular game, Geralt also specializes in slaying dangerous monsters and rather than just letting people wear his costume, he will be added as a playable character tasked with completing Witcher-themed quests.

Also, it offers a unique gameplay experience that is a blend of RPG mechanics from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt into the world of Monster Hunter. To see Geralt implementing his combat prowess of swordplay and magic powers against the giant beasts will be really interesting.

RELATED: Monster Hunter Movie First Look Revealed

A live-action Monster Hunter movie starring Milla Jovovich (The Fifth Element, Ultraviolet) is currently in development and we have seen her in action in first-look exclusive photo from the set alongside actor Tony Jaa (Ong-Bak, Tom-Yum-Goong).

The Witcher 3 came out on 2015 as the latest game of the series and a TV Series titled Netflix’s The Witcher is in works starring Henry Cavill (Justice League, Man of Steel). The protagonist, Geralt of Rivia has appeared as a guest character in Bandai Namco's popular fighting game Soulcalibur VI.

RELATED: Netflix’s The Witcher TV Series Casts Revealed

Monster Hunter: World X Witcher 3 crossover event will arrive on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in early 2019. Players on PC will also be able to take part in the celebration at a later date that is yet to be announced officially.

Moreover, the game will receive a major expansion pack titiled, Iceborne for all available platforms in autumn 2019. Capcom has already laid out great plans for MHW and the road-map towards next year looks pretty great to keep the fans engaged.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Expansion Announced

A massive new expansion Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is announced and it is coming in autumn 2019.

The latest release in the line of action role-playing game series Monster Hunter from developer/publisher Capcom is Monster Hunter: World that came out in January 2018, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, then on August 2018, for PC.

The game has become one of their best-selling games ever and even kick-started developments for a live-action Monster Hunter movie as well. To celebrate all that accomplishment within a short period, a massive expansion tilted "Iceborne" is coming on 2019.

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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Expansion Announced

RELATED: Monster Hunter Movie First Look Revealed

Capcom released a spectacular new trailer to showcase what Iceborne expansion would be like in advance for the fans of MHW.




RELATED: Monster Hunter: World Becomes Capcom’s Best-Selling Game Ever

Iceborne will take players into a new adventure that is a continuation of the MHW campaign in a winter world. New weapons will be introduced to send them on newer quests to engage and kill more menacing monsters in a cold weather environment.

Developers didn't reveal much more about the upcoming DLC and we have to make it past this winter season to get additional look into the content. However, they confirmed that even though it is not a sequel, the update will be larger than any other expansions they released before.

RELATED: Monster Hunter: World X Final Fantasy XIV Collaboration Event

Currently, players are celebrating the Winter Star Fest, which will come to an end very soon and then the hunters can look up to a special collaboration with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for a crossover event that will have the worlds of these action PRG franchises collide together.




RELATED: Monster Hunter: World X Witcher 3 Collaboration Event

Monster Hunter: World is now 50% discounted at PlayStation Store for only $29.99 and for $25.00 only at Microsoft Store if you have membership to Xbox Live Gold with a Trial Version for players on both consoles to try out the game first. There are also a bunch of free add-ons as well.

Iceborne expansion pack is scheduled to launch on autumn 2019 for PS4 and Xbox One consoles, followed by a PC release on a later date that has not been revealed yet. So, prepare your weapons and armor in anticipation for the legion of fearsome monsters you are about to face next year.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Anthem Game Awards 2018 Trailer

Brand-new footage from BioWare's online multiplayer game Anthem is released at Game Awards 2018.

At The Game Awards 2018 stage, BioWare has released a new trailer their upcoming third-person shooter Anthem and it offers an extended look into the futuristic world.

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Anthem Game Awards 2018 Trailer

RELATED: Anthem Won't Have Cross-Play or DLC at Launch




RELATED: Anthem Gameplay Details

On February 22, 2019, Anthem will be released worldwide for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The closed alpha will be available later this weekend for select players.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

PlayStation Now Adds For Honor and 50 More Games

Ubisoft's medieval fighting game For Honor and 50 more PS4 games are added to Sony's game-streaming service PlayStation Now library.

We are going through a series of holiday season on this time of the year and Santa Claus will be arriving at the end of the month. Before he does, the PlayStation Now library is unleashing 50 more PlayStation 4 games and some amazing discount deals for the subscribers.

This month, medieval action fighting game For Honor from developer/publisher Ubisoft is added to the PS Now catalogue along with many other fan-favorite games and making the overall collection number more than 700 for streaming PS2, PS3 and PS4 games.

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PlayStation Now Adds For Honor and 50 More Games

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For Honor is Ubisoft's epic combat game that takes place in a post-apocalypse fantasy setting where players picks a fighter from different factions and they have several classes based on their weapons, skills and fighting styles.

Choose and customize your heroes to enter a solo or a co-op story campaign or just simply brawl your enemy into PvP mode. Multiplayer modes are there to challenge your skill set in battle and you don't even need a PS Plus membership to play online.

RELATED: PlayStation Now Adds Mafia 3 and Battle Chasers: Nightwar

The path of a warrior is not an easy one and therefore we urge you to take a brief look at the challenge the game holds for you.




RELATED: PlayStation Now Adds Elder Scrolls Online and Sniper Elite 4

Open-world Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, 2D platformer Dandara, JRPG title Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, classic Super Star Wars and many other games have joined the fray of a huge lineup that took place this month.

In November, the most popular PlayStation Now games were Fallout: New Vegas, Mafia III, NBA 2K16, Payday 2 Crimewave Edition, Red Dead Redemption, Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution, Sniper Elite 4, Steep, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and WWE 2K16.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in November 2018

RELATED: PlayStation Now Adds Bloodborne and More

Starting from today, PlayStation Now is bringing three of their subscription offers that will last until January 8, 8 AM PT. You can start your first month with PS Now for only $9.99 but this offer is only applicable to new subscribers.

You can also sign up for a 3-month offer that will cost you only $29.99 and considering the regular price, you will be saving $15 on the deal. Of course you can save $20 if you just take the 12 months subscription offer for only $79.99 or just head to the 7-day free trial for now.

Monday, December 3, 2018

Bethesda to Replace Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition's Nylon Bags

Bethesda decides to send West Tek canvas bags for Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition customers following fan backlash.

The news regarding the disastrous reviews of online action role-playing game Fallout 76 by developer/publisher Bethesda Softworks is probably not something new to you if you are in touch with recent affairs lately but have you heard of the nylon bag backlash as well?

Apparently, players who would purchase a Power Armor Edition of the game worth $199.99 will receive a canvas made West Tek duffel bag along with a few other collectible items as they originally advertised but ended up sending cheap nylon bags to them instead.

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Bethesda to Replace Fallout 76 West Tek Bags

RELATED: Fallout 76 Backlash Could Face Lawsuit

The quality of the final product that came with the Collector's Edition was too bad and not anything that was promised to the consumers in the product listing. Consumers were definitely pissed at what they received and took social media to address it.



RELATED: Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle Announced

Their support team responded saying that the switch was made due to unavailability of materials and never bothered to inform the paying customers about it. People were still reluctant about buying into their excuse and started raging

So, Bethesda then decided to offer the players to give compensation for this through in-game currency of 500 Atoms which is equivalent of $5 and that doesn't even buy you a postman skin that has a canvas bag, because it is worth 700 Atoms.

RELATED: Fallout 76 Anti-Bullying System

Things have gotten worse when players eventually discovered that many of the social media influencers and YouTube creators got those Special Edition box for free along with the canvas bag that they even paid huge buck for and it surely calls for an outrage.

Players were skeptical about an entirely online based Fallout game when it was released back in May 2018 and fans became angry when the game turn out to be full of bugs and glitches. When people learned about their strict no-refunds policy, the developer came close to face a class action lawsuit.

RELATED: Fallout 76 May Have Single Player Mode Later

Finally, Bethesda stepped up to make things right by have those canvas bags manufactured for all the customers who purchased the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition and offer them a replacement by filling out a form to get a support ticket for it.



RELATED: Fallout 76 Was Teased in Fallout 4

Of course it took some encouragement from paying customers for the company to get their priorities straight and do right things but it also doesn't change the fact that Fallout 76 is a broken piece of puzzle right now that needs fixing.

Bethesda already released an update that is even bigger than the game and doesn't matter whenever it gets better but the trust they have broken with fans will never be the same. These days, not evaluating your loyal fan-base properly is the most fatal mistake developers can make that they cannot afford in long run.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Fallout 76 Backlash Could Face Lawsuit

With issues regarding transparency and refund policy for Fallout 76, Bethesda Studios could be facing a class action lawsuit very soon.

Developer/publisher Bethesda Softworks has been struggling with their online action role-playing game Fallout 76 ever since it came out. If players were not already skeptical enough about the title from the initial announcement, it launched with a load of bugs.

When they sorted that out with a patch, turns out many sections of the game was found unplayable and players were disappointed. When they asked for refunds, Bethesda simply denied them stating their refund policy.

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Fallout 76 Backlash Could Face Lawsuit

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Players never really got quite comfortable with their idea of making the next Fallout game strictly online and things started to get real bad once it came out. The insane amount of hilarious bugs and glitches within the game required to have an immediate patch on its opening day.

The developers released a patch to fix things up that was actually larger than the main game and didn't solve anything permanently. Their policy on refund says, once you downloaded the game, you are not eligible for receiving refunds anymore.

RELATED: Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle Announced

Turns out, some people still got their money back despite the policy upon contacting to the support team but then they went back to their strict policy of no refund and thus, confusing many any angering them with their stand on the issue.

Although they addressed the issue and publicly apologized to fans, seems like it was a bit later for that as a law firm Migliaccio and Rathod LLC., has taken interest after noticing a surge of complain towards the developer and decided to investigate the matter from within.

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Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition

RELATED: Fallout 76 Anti-Bullying System

They have arranged a confidential questionnaire for those who asked for a refund to determine whether or not Bethesda has been practicing deceptive marketing and therefore, will it be worth filing a class-action lawsuit against the company.

There is another issue regarding the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition priced $199.99, which was supposed to include a West Tek canvas bag as per advertisement but what people end up receiving is a cheap nylon bag instead.

RELATED: Fallout 76 May Have Single Player Mode Later

When contacted to them about it, Bethesda admitted about the fact stating there was a lack in materials but never for a moment, had they bothered to alert the paying customers about the switch. No heads up or absolutely nothing.

However, they later issued an official statement in response to the subject and offered 500 Atoms, in-game currency which is equivalent of $5 to everyone who ordered the special Power Armor Edition. We are only wondering if they are seriously joking.

RELATED: Fallout 76 Was Teased in Fallout 4

PC Gamer staff writer, Chris Livingston pointed out on Twitter that 500 Atoms can't even buy players a postman skin that has a canvas bag with it and costs 700 Atoms.



RELATED: Fallout 76 C.A.M.P. Gameplay

Bethesda Softworks is already in pretty deep water regarding the downward going review for Fallout 76, which has become the worst reviewed game they made in years and now their shady trade practice tendency is adding more fire to it.

Not only did they rushed too much with the game but were not sincere enough with their promises and now are maybe heading towards a potential lawsuit that could probably impact the future projects at hand. It is time for them to wise up and keep the promises the company made with players to straighten things out.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades Delayed to 2019

Upcoming free-to-play mobile title The Elder Scrolls: Blades from Bethesda is now delayed to early 2019.

Revealed back at E3 2018, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is the upcoming latest entry in The Elder Scrolls series from Bethesda Softworks. Though initial release date for the game was set to be in 2018, it currently is pushed back to early 2019.

The initial showing was quite impressive and the audience loved it but after the recent backlash with the release of Fallout 76, Bethesda probably decided to take time with their next free-to-play mobile title for Android and iOS devices.

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades Delayed to 2019

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Until the studio come up with The Elder Scrolls VI, TES: Blades would be the closest fans can get to get the vibe of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. However, that has now been delayed to 2019 with a recent Tweet from the game's official account.



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People were genuinely surprised when Bethesda's director and executive producer Todd Howard initially dated the game for fall 2018 with plans to release the title on other available platforms including consoles and VR.

This is the company's second venture into mobile games after Fallout Shelter simulation game in 2015, which was ported into other platforms later. This massive first-person RPG features console quality graphics and you can sign up for Early Access at PlayBlades.com.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Dark Souls 3 Secret Bonfire System Revealed

Early builds of Dark Souls 3 to include secret bonfire system and PvP invasion mechanics by developer From Software.

The third entry in the Dark Souls series from developer From Software and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment, Dark Souls III came out in early 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One but still houses many unraveled mysteries for players to discover today.

Recently, a YouTuber named Lance McDonald has discovered a hidden multiplayer content that has been left within the game without completing and never revealing to the masses. Some of these were part of the original leak from the game before it was released. Sounds interesting, right?

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Dark Souls 3 Secret Bonfire Revealed

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Following is a video that McDonald has uploaded lately where he shows his findings step by step in playthrough.




RELATED: Dark Souls: Remastered New Gameplay

An early leak before the launch of the game suggested that From Software was about to introduce a new mechanic where players could sacrifice enemies in a form of ritual, which will let them invade other players' game and even attack them.

The game's first downloadable content, Ashes of Ariandel had a dedicated PvP arena for players to duke it out but looks like, the developers originally intended to mix things up a little bit for player invasions with the new sacrifice mechanic.

RELATED: Dark Souls Trilogy Announced for PS4 and Xbox One

Somehow, that gameplay system didn't end up getting included in the final version of Dark Souls III but McDonald has managed to dig up details on how it would have been. There is an unfinished Cult Death system for letting players drag down few Hollow NPCs to turn on cult bonfires.

While these portable bonfires would have allowed players to level up or reverse hollowing, there is another type of bonfire that can be created using Ceremony Swords and upon plunging it into an enemy corpse, it would lead to a cut-scene animation.

RELATED: Dark Souls 3 Mod Forces of Annihilation Out Now

This ceremony was meant to trigger an eclipse that would let them to invade other players in darkened worlds to engage in PvP battles. Since they opted out from this at the last moment, the function doesn't work properly and player character is stuck there.

Whatever reasons From Software had for not including this into the final version of Dark Souls III, it could've been such a great fun. Who knows what else content have they scrapped ahead of launch like this alpha multiplayer system and hidden ceremonies?