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  • New Plane Added to GTA Online

    new mammoth mogul gta onlineA brand new plane has been added to GTA Online as part of an expansion of the Smuggler's Run update. Changes have been made to in-game discounts and a new adversary mode is now available.

    First, let's start with the new aircraft. The latest GTA Online patch adds the Mammoth Mogul plane to the game. This is a heavily armed plane equipped with a .50 caliber machine gun and a smaller machine gun at the front. The .50 caliber must be controlled by a second player and can swivel in place.

    Extra upgrades allow you to add a bay for explosives and takeoff via thruster jets. You can pick up the new Mammoth Mogul from the Warstock Cache & Carry website.

    A number of new discounts have been applied to this week's GTA Online update. A 25% discount has been applied to the following items:

    • Hangar Workshop
    • Engine Upgrades
    • Armor Upgrades
    • Aircraft Handling Upgrades
    • Aircraft Weapons Upgrades
    • Flight and Air Racing Suits
    • Mobile Operation Center Cabs
    • APC
    • Progen T20 (Super)

    Finally, the new adversary mode in GTA Online is called Stockpile. It's a capture the flag game mode that puts a focus on aerial combat. Players must team up and man an aircraft together. For the first week, Stockpile will give players double GTA $ and RP.

    Are you going to be jumping into GTA Online to try out the new content? This latest update is a small addition to the existing Smuggler's Run expansion, which added a huge range of new aerial vehicles and aircraft.

  • Star Wars Battlefront 2 Beta This Week

    star wars battlefront 2 betaStar Wars Battlefront 2 is having an open beta event in anticipation of the game launch next month. The beta is taking place later this week and will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

    If you pre-ordered Battlefront 2, you'll be able to jump in on October 4. If you haven't pre-ordered, you'll be able to play the beta starting from October 6. The beta will be live until October 9.

    As well as revealing the beta start dates, EA has explained which maps and modes will be in the multiplayer beta for Star Wars Battlefront 2.

    There will be four game modes available in the beta. This includes Galactic Assault, Starfighter Assault, Strike, and Arcade.

    In Starfighter Assault, players will be able to play in a 24 player two-sided affair in space. In Galactic Assault, players will play a 10v10 battle mode on Naboo. Players will be able to play as both the separatist droids and the clone troopers from the prequel movies.

    Strike is a smaller class-based mode that focuses on infantry instead of vehicles and heroes. The Strike map for the beta is Takodana.

    Finally, Arcade mode is an offline option that supports split-screen play.

    Are you interested in the new Star Wars Battlefront 2? The game is set to launch on November 17. In other news, the original Star Wars Battlefront II, the one that launched in 2005, recently had its servers restored for PC players.

  • 343 Industries Working On Backwards Compatibility for Halo Games

    343 industries backwards compatibilityWhile 343 Industries have been very quiet about their progress on Halo 6, we do now have some information on upcoming support for older Halo games.

    It's now been confirmed that a total of four previous Halo titles will be added to the Xbox One's ever-growing backward compatibility list. All of the four titles were originally launched on Xbox 360.

    The four titles include Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4, and Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary. It's essentially the same list of games that were originally bundled in the Master Chief Collection. All four games will have a campaign and multiplayer support. Players will even be able to set up LAN games between the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

    To make the news even sweeter, 343 Industries will be releasing all four games with all of their DLC. All previous downloadable content for the four titles will be made available for free, so long as players own the game, either in the digital or physical copy.

    This will be a great opportunity for those haven't yet purchased the Master Chief Collection but still, have their older Halo titles gathering dust somewhere in their home.

    In the future, 343 Industries plans to add backward compatibility support for some of the original Xbox Halo titles, including Halo 2. Players will even be able to setup a local LAN game on Halo 2 across all of the Xbox platforms, starting from the Xbox original, and leading all the way up to the Xbox One X.

  • Rockstar Energy Teamed Up With Bungie To Offer Destiny 2 Loot

    rockstar energy destiny 2Rockstar Energy Drink and Bungie have teamed up together to offer Destiny 2 players exclusive loot for purchasing and drinking Rockstar Energy drinks.

    The limited edition run of Rockstar Energy Drink cans will offer unique Destiny 2 themed designs across a total of three different flavors. Each can will have a unique code printed on it that can be used to access special loot in Destiny 2.

    Currently, the three flavors that feature the Destiny 2 branding are the original flavor, Blueberry Pomegranate Acai, and Tropical Guava. Each of the three flavors represents three Destiny 2 characters from the game's story.

    Unique items are available for all three classes; Titan, Warlock or Hunter. In total, there are 24 unique rewards for players to unlock via the Rockstar Energy drink campaign, and a total of three can be unlocked per week, per account.

    Players that enter a code will also be given an entry into various competitions hosted by Rockstar Energy. Each code will offer an entry to a daily competition, 1 weekly competition and 1 entry to the grand prize competition. Unlike the limit on Destiny 2 rewards, there are no limits to a number of entries players can get for the competitions.

    The daily prize is a copy of Destiny 2 Limited Edition. The weekly prize is a copy of Destiny 2 Limited Edition and a PS4 Pro console.

    The grand prize is a Destiny 2 themed Husqvarna 701 Enduro motorcycle.

  • First Destiny 2 Raid Goes Live

    destiny 2 raid leviathanThe first raid for Destiny 2 has finally gone live and we've got some unique details to share about it.

    Bungie's game director, Luke Smith, has revealed that the first raid will require a power level between 260 and 280. For those that haven't had a chance to play much Destiny 2 yet, you've got some catching up to do before the raid will be accessible to you.

    Raids have always been the most challenging aspect of the Destiny game world, so it makes sense that a minimum power level cap has been set to make sure inexperienced players don't accidentally walk into a world filled with pain.

    The first raid for Destiny 2 is called Leviathan. So far, we're not sure how the raid will work, or what enemies it will consist of. We do know, however, that players that do not yet have a team of friends to join them can now use matchmaking to find existing teams to play alongside.

    Leviathan originally launched on September 13 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. We're expecting to see more raids released over the next couple of years, but for now, this first Leviathan raid will certainly keep players busy for the next few weeks.

    Destiny 2 originally launched on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 6, 2017. The game has already broken some massive records, including a 1.2 million concurrent player count. These numbers are only expected to increase when Destiny 2 gets a launch on PC on October 24.

  • NBA 2K18 Prelude Demo Available for Free

    nba 2k18 prelude demoIf you're not getting excited for NBA 2K18 yet, the new Prelude demo might get you interested.

    The Prelude demo is available for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners and will give players a chance to try out NBA 2K18 for free in anticipation of the game's impending release.

    With Prelude, players get to dip their feet in the new MyCareer mode. Players will also be given the opportunity to test out the Neighborhoods mode.

    In Neighborhoods, players are given access to an online social space where they can interact with other players, challenge others to games, and play various activities, some of which can improve their player's stats.

    Interestingly, the developers are letting players keep hold of the progress they make during the Prelude demo. If you improve your character's stats, change your character's appearance, or make any other progress, it'll stay with your account when you purchase and play the full game.

    NBA 2K18 is set to launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PS3, Xbox 360, and PC on September 19. However, those who have preordered the game are given the opportunity to play the game four days earlier on September 15.

    Are you interested in NBA 2K18 and the new MyCareer and MyPark changes? If you're on the fence, we'd suggest giving the Prelude demo a download. It's free to download and play and will be available up until NBA 2K18 launches later this month.

  • New LawBreakers 1.3 Patch Released

    lawbreakers patch 1.3A brand new patch for LawBreakers has recently gone live on both the PS4 and the PC version of the game. For the most part, the patch has gone ahead smoothly, although there has been a temporary issue with weapon stickers that the developers are currently working to get solved.

    In the new patch, a nighttime version of the Promenade map has been added. Role limits have now been set to 2, and Kick decals can now be sprayed by players across the game environment.

    A number of balancing changes have been made to different game modes, too. For example, the Blitzball mode has been made more challenging. The Blitzball shield radius has been increased from 850 to 1000.

    The Overcharge mode has had similar changes - the radius for reducing the Battery's shield has increased from 750 to 850, and the contest radius for the Battery has increased to 1000. The contest area has also changed to a sphere as opposed to a cylinder, which should make it easier for players to hold the spot while moving.

    Uplink has had the same changes as Overcharge. Finally, the Trench map has had some adjustments. A collision area has been added to the top of the central zone above capture point B. This allows Harrier players to throw Supercharger Stations at that area.

    A large number of bug fixes have also been applied to this latest patch, as well as some overall UI fixes and small tweaks.

  • New NBA 2K18 Social Space To Change Up Multiplayer

    NBA 2K18 neighborhoodsThis year, the NBA 2K18 multiplayer mode is getting a huge overhaul. In NBA 2K18, a new social space called Neighborhoods is being added.

    In the new Neighborhoods mode, players will be able to customize their own player, interact with others, and take part in a variety of different activities, some of which are related to basketball, while some aren't.

    The Neighborhood mode will take place in a separate map that'll feature a set of American city blocks. Basketball courts, shops for customizing your character, and other recreational areas will be included.

    The new Neighborhood mode will essentially work as a lobby for players to hang out in while waiting for games in either of the MyPark, Pro-Am, and MyCareer modes.

    Players will also be able to take part in different activities to improve their player's skills to help them be better players on the basketball court. Players will share the Neighborhood with other players that are online.

    At any time, a player can interact with another player and invite them to a MyPark game. Alternatively, they can drop out and progress through the MyCareer or Pro-Am modes.

    NBA 2K18 is set to launch for the majority of platforms on September 19. The consoles that will support NBA 2K18 includes PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

    The new MyCareer mode will have more of a focus on developing your own personal storyline, as opposed to progressing through a season as an existing basketball team.

  • Halo 5 To Get a Weapon Balancing Overhaul

    halo 5 weapon overhaulWhile content updates for Halo 5 stopped some time ago, new balancing changes will be making their way to Halo 5 soon.

    The new balancing changes will bring a huge overhaul to the different weapons players can use in Halo 5. Many players are speculating that the balance changes are a method for 343 Industries to test the waters with changes that they may bring to Halo 6 when it finally launches.

    After 2 years of data to go through, those at 343 Industries that are still working on Halo 5 have decided on a new plan of action for the weapon mechanics in Halo 5: Guardians.

    The 343 team warned that not everybody will like the changes, but they think the balancing is for the best.

    "With a game and community as varied and nuanced as Halo 5, it's just not going to be possible to make everyone totally happy all of the time. Some folks may not like certain changes, while others may think some of these changes are great."

    A total of twelve weapons will be getting balancing changes, including the Assault Rifle and Battle Rifle.

    The Assault Rifle, for example, will be changed to make it more rewarding for skilled players.

    The Battle Rifle will also be toned down at close ranges to make it more effective at midranges and easier to counter in close quarters.

    To begin with, the changes will only be applied to a separate arena playlist called Weapon Tuning Playlist. If the changes work well, they'll be applied to all arena modes, all Warzone modes, and campaign.

  • Keyboard/Mouse Is Coming to Xbox One

    keyboard mouse xbox oneFor those that forget or were unaware, Microsoft is still working on bringing mouse and keyboard support to the Xbox One. In fact, they're so close that they're almost ready to announce the first title to support mouse and keyboard support.

    Director for Xbox, Mike Ybarra, recently spoke at a PAX West panel and answered some questions about the progress of keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One.

    They mentioned that the feature is still coming, but they need to be careful about how they implement it. They made it clear that they understand players are concerned about the unfairness of going up against somebody with a keyboard and mouse, so they'll make it a mission to ensure developers have guidelines in place.

    With these guidelines, it will be down to the developer to decide whether they add keyboard and mouse support for their games. Developers are also encouraged to give those with a controller the option to only play with other people with a controller. It'll be the same for those that have a keyboard and mouse so that players can be given an equal playing field.

    For games that don't have competitive multiplayer, for example, a single player or a co-op game, keyboard and mouse support can be added without the need for a system such as the one mentioned above.

    The Xbox team will give developers the opportunity to be coached on how to implement a fair system if a developer does decide to add keyboard and mouse support for their Xbox One title.

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