Diablo IV was announced two weeks ago at Blizzcon 19.
A contender to the throne of the gender is the now revealed Path of Exile 2. You can view the trailer above and for an in-dept first-look at the gameplay, the video below. Fourteen minutes that explain loads of things and answers your burning questions.
It seems that the sequel won’t be a stand-alone but will add to the original and its extra content. There will, however, be seven new acts to a new campaign.
Nineteen new playable classes are added and the game engine is upgraded, leading to better and crispier visuals. The dark atmosphere will be kept.
Beta tests will be involved as a part of development BUT that won’t happen until the end of 2020. No official release date revealed yet.
I’ll keep you updated when more info emerge.
YouTube user Nemsk is putting different Modern Warfare myths to test in his series titled ‘Modern Warfare Mythbusters’.
Five episodes are released summing millions of views. Each is between three and four and a half minute long. The channel has over 70 thousands subscribers.
Testing air support, bouncing bettys, and more.
Testing riot shields, equipment, and Cruise Missile vs Gunship.
Testing executions, shields, and more.
Testing trophy systems, killstreaks, and more.
The greatest revelation of the year, without doubt, is Joker.
Being a DC and low-budget movie, few expected it to became the phenomenon it did. Top that with an R-Rating and things would’ve seemed logic.
But… surprise, surprise! It’s the first R-Rated movie in the history to cross the $1 Billion mark and also with the lowest budget in the highly exclusive $1B club. China is also a big market, yet Joker was banned over there, making these figures even more impressive.
I’ve seen it at the theaters and enjoyed it. Already in one of the first scenes (the one on the buss) it was revealed to me that Jaquin Phoenix IS a GREAT ACTOR. He has through this movie a great impact.
I think they did the things the way they did for the fans to speculate and to leave all doors open for, what I hope will become, more stories about the great DC villain. The ball is in your half, Warner, WE WANT MORE!!
Code 8 is an ambitious project about a desperate young man possessing special powers clashes with a militarized police force after committing a petty crime.
I like where this is heading.
Stephen Amell (Arrow) and Sung Kang (Fast and Furious) are starring.
US Release Date: October 3, 2019.
CODE 8 in its original version – as a short film, produced to serve a proof of concept. From 2016 and 10 minutes long:
The Master of Kung-Fu is back.
It is the fourth and final film in the Ip Man film series based on the life of the Wing Chun grandmaster of the same name and features Donnie Yen reprising the role.
The Kung Fu master travels to the U.S. where his student has upset the local martial arts community by opening a Wing Chun school.
In US theaters December 25.
Officially announced back in 2017, we’ve finally got a first glimpse of the game.
The ongoing Microsoft event – XO19 has just kicked-off and the footage emerged with this occasion.
No release date set yet, but I’m happy the project is taking steps forward. Not very impressed but there’s not much revealed here so I won’t comment more this time.
Either way, enjoy!
Google Stadia is an ambition project from Google aiming to make us rethink the future of gaming.
The library will be streamed directly from Google’s servers with no need of any hardware. Usualy gamers agree that PCs has the best graphics and that could be a game changer as this “Netflix” of gaming may equal them and not requiring expensive upgrades. This concept has existed before but I strongly believe that Google will manage to take it to the next level.
You’ll be able to game straight from the browser and works well with Chromecast so you can play from TV, laptop, phone and tablet.
A subscribe will cost ~$10 per month.
Launching November 19.