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Ghost of Tsushima is just a few days. In the Official Playstation Magazine preview, it is revealed that the game won’t have waypoints. The magazine says:-
“Again nodding to realism, you explore the island’s lush environments without the help of waypoints, choosing where to explore next using landmarks and your knowledge of the world. Sucker Punch is no stranger to creating open worlds, but the fairly minimalist nature of the environments is a bit of a departure for the developer. Time in the story will pass as you explore, with titles telling you how much time it’s been since the invasion began.”
The game will release on the 26th of June, which is actually good news considering the fact that a delay was expected due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, nothing can be said for sure since future events are still uncertain.
Imported sales of Animal Crossing: New Horizons have been banned in China, it has been reported.
The instruction filtered through Alibaba’s e-commerce platform Taobao to sellers yesterday (April 9th) and is expected to come into full effect today. According to screenshots posted online by Taobao sellers, the ban impacts not just the game but all merchandise and related hardware.
While no official word has been issued on why the ban has taken place, some have suspected that it’s related to the fact that the game can be used to share materials online – such as political slogans – that are generally frowned upon by the Chinese government. The game’s pattern editing mode permits players to create their own messages and slogans that can be viewed by other players all over the world.
Bloomberg is reporting that the game is one of many that is being used to highlight the political struggle in Hong Kong. One of Hong Kong’s most famous democracy campaigners, Joshua Wong, tweeted about using the game to share his message:
Animal Crossing: New Horizons isn’t officially available in China yet, but Nintendo is partnering with Tencent to bring a special Animal Crossing console to the region. In fact, you can only officially buy three games at the time of writing, which has forced many Chinese Nintendo fans to resort to importing both games and hardware into the country using services like Taobao and Pinduoduo.
PingWest reports that demand for titles like Animal Crossing in China has caused sales of Switch hardware to skyrocket. New Horizons, like many Switch games, has a Chinese language option despite not being officially released in that territory as yet.
It is not known if the game will actually come out in China following this ban, and if it does, it’s highly likely that some of its features will be disabled to avoid players using it for online protests.
Forza Street is a racing game developed by Electric Square that’s similar to that of Gran Turismo. It allows players to build and collect all kinds of iconic muscle and sports cars to keep in their garage as trophies or use to partake in fast, fluid, cinematic-style street races.
The game has been on Windows 10 for almost two years now, but Xbox recently announced that it’d finally release it on mobile devices in only a few months.
Fans of Forza Street, or even the Forza series in general, will be able to play the game on Android and iOS come May 5, 2020. And anyone that downloads the title between this release date and June 5 will unlock the 2017 Ford GT. They’ll also receive an undisclosed amount of in-game currency.
Microsoft didn’t say what, if any, versions of these software players will need to enjoy the game. So anyone interested will have to look out for that information when the game releases. There was also no mention of the rumors surrounding the game’s potential publication on the Nintendo Switch. If it is true, followers will probably find out when the game’s mobile release happens.
Forza Street raced onto Windows 10 as Miami Street on May 8, 2018.
When Riot Games originally announced multiple new projects, Legends of Runeterra and two other mobile games were among the games announced. The strategy card battler Legends of Runeterra is set in the League of Legends universe and it soft-launched last month on both iOS and Android. Over the weekend, Riot Games announced the release date for both mobile and PC platforms for Legends of Runeterra with a new trailer. Watch the new trailer below:
The wait is over—Legends of Runeterra is launching on PC and Mobile April 30! pic.twitter.com/Ez1tgIryJ8— Legends of Runeterra (@PlayRuneterra) April 4, 2020
Legends of Runeterra was planned for full release on both PC and mobile in the first half of 2020 and it is launching on April 30th. Check out the official website for the game here. Pre-registrations are live on Google Play (that URL will let you download it in Singapore) and the App Store page is also live for Singapore here. There likely will not be any pre-order page for the iOS version given it is life in Singapore so expect it to go live on that URL on April 30th. Have you tried Legends of Runeterra on PC yet?
Godfall is an upcoming action role-playing game officially confirmed to launch in PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Windows by Counterplay Games and Gearbox Publishing. This is a new ARPG coming to the PS5 and PC later this year.
The game is developed by Counterplay Games and published by Gearbox Publishing. Godfall provides a fantasy setting and a combat system that can be experienced both single-player and co-op.
Release date of Godfall – When is it coming out?
The game is officially announced its release date during The Game Award in 2019. The Gearbox and Counterplay decided to launch Godfall in December 2020. PS5 own definitely in line with the release in ‘Holiday 2020’.
Look at this leaked Godfall gameplay footage
Initially, a six-second loop of gameplay made it onto Twitter and Reddit, but this leak quickly gave way to something more in January, when an internal trailer from Counterplay started circling online. The short clip is from early 2019 and presents content that is not yet final, but importantly it gave us an extended look at how the game looks and plays. The environments shown depict ancient ruins, enchanted forests, and mountains in the sky. It looks like as well as sword-swinging you’ll be able to imbue attacks with elements like fire and electricity. Enemies also appear to drop particles that can be picked up by the player (perhaps a soul retrieval system?) and will flash red before a dangerous attack, a signposting tactic seen in other souls-like games.
Godfall gameplay trailer – What do we know so far?
Described as a “looter-slasher” on the official website, Godfall seeks to meld the gameplay of games like Dark Souls and God of War with the progression systems and loot mechanics of games like Borderlands and The Division. Combat is achieved via third-person melee battles and you can play with up to three other heroes in co-op – taking on gigantic armored beasts is always easier with as many words as possible.
It looks like you’ll be able to parry and riposte in battle according to the clips we’ve seen so far, with scripted enemy animations that can catch you off guard (a lot like Sekiro!) Combat scenarios will range from games of cat-and-mouse with particularly dangerous enemies to group encounters and more stoic boss fights.
In the aforementioned interview with PlayStation Lifestyle, Keith Lee talked about the existence of limited ranged attacks and the fact that players will have two melee weapons to swap between in battle. Classes are supposedly flexible too, meaning you can craft a versatile character out of the playable protagonists. It was also revealed that the game was inspired by Monster Hunter World, so expect similarly haptic combat.
Valorant: A new upcoming Competitive FPS Game, Full details, release date, trailer, beta gameplay, and everything to know
Valorant is an upcoming competitive first-person shooter game by Riot Games. The game is likely the dame as CS:GO or we can say an upgraded version of CS:GO but this game is quickly becoming one of the most anticipated releases of the year. The game is not yet launched but the betas are going on. This weekend Riot Games allowed some content creators to share footage of their hands-on time with Valorant.
Who developed this game?
The game is developed by Riot Games, One of the strongest gaming companies. League of Legends is a highly successful game by Riot Games and one of the most played games in the world. Also, LOL is watched by millions of players in the eSports arena. After years, Riot Games decided to expand its gaming variety. There are several projects coming out. However, maybe the most interesting one is Valorant. Valorant is a 5v5 Hero shooter and it combines Overwatch and CS: GO. The game is expected to fill a void in the current FPS market. Currently, Riot Games announced that the Beta of the game is coming soon. But will Valorant come to PS and Xbox?
When is Valorant’s release date?
Riot hasn’t officially confirmed a release date for Valorant, but it’s planning to release it in the summer of 2020. The exact release date will depend on feedback received during Valorant’s beta.
How do I get into the Valorant Closed Beta?
Riot has announced that the Valorant closed beta will begin on April 7, 2020 in the US, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Turkey. Unlike most betas that email accepted participants at random, you’ll have to get a random beta key by watching qualified Twitch streamers. Here’s how to sign up:
- Register for a Riot account (create a Riot account here)
- Link your Riot account to a Twitch account (create a Twitch account here)
- When closed beta activates in your region (EU and NA for now), watch specific Valorant streams highlighted on Twitch for the opportunity to be entitled to Closed Beta access
Watch gameplay trailer of Valorant right now
To the Main question, What is Valorant?
Valorant is a tactical 5v5 character-based shooter set in a near-future version of Earth. There’ll be around 10 characters at launch with more coming. All the characters have a set of four unique abilities, two of which you have to buy with money earned between rounds, at the same time you buy weapons and armor.
Once you’ve chosen your character, you’re locked into them for the entirety of a match, which consists of up to 24 rounds with sudden death in the event of a tie. Currently there is only one main mode: Bomb defusal. Just like in Counter-Strike, one team must plant a bomb at a bomb site while the other team defends.
Though the abilties seem inspired by Overwatch, Valorant has some key distinctions that make it a lot more like Counter-Strike. For one, each character’s “ultimate” ability has an extremely long cooldown that can last multiple rounds, so you won’t be constantly firing wall-piercing arrows, laying tripmines, or triggering poison-cloud ambushes.
Characters also aren’t bound to using one type of gun. At the beginning of each round, you can purchase a variety of different weapons in addition to some secondary abilities that have a limited number of charges. But Valorant’s combat emphasizes skilled gunplay more than high-powered abilities.
Speaking of gunplay, Valorant’s guns will be just about as deadly as CS:GO and Siege’s. Headshots will almost always be a one-hit kill, while most rifles will kill characters with three to four shots to the torso. Expect firefights in Valorant to be fast.
About Valorant’s characters?
Though the roster will likely expand in the future, Riot said it’s aiming to have at least 10 characters ready for Valorant’s launch. Though we haven’t seen or played all ten, here’s a quick overview of the nine we do know about.
- Sova – Fires magic arrows that penetrate walls and can travel clear across the map and deal big damage.
- Phoenix – Can curve flashbangs around corners.
- Cypher – A defensive powerhouse who can lay trip mines and stick a camera to a wall to watch for flanking attacks.
- Jett – Can leap into the air and throw knives for quick, surprise kills.
- Viper – Can unleash poison clouds that blind enemies or zone them into a deadly ambush.
- Brimstone – Calls in orbital bombardments that either help friends or obliterate enemies.
- Sage – Valorant’s resident medic can heal or revive allies.
- Omen – A shifty rogue who can get behind enemy lines or temporarily blind them.
- Breach – A seismic force that disorients enemies and ignores the boundaries of walls.
What about Valorant guns?
Like Counter-Strike, weapons in Valorant are purchased at the beginning of each round, meaning no character is stuck using one type of weapon. While we don’t know too much about Valorant’s arsenal, here’s a quick overview of each gun.
- Sidearms – Base pistol, slim (sawed-off), auto pistol, luger, revolver
- SMGs – Vector, MP4
- Shotguns – Pump, auto
- Rifles – Burst, DMR, AK, Carbine
- Snipers – Leversniper, Bolt Sniper
- Heavies – LMG, HMG
- Melee – Tactical knife
What’s the big deal with Valorant’s anti-cheat system and servers?
Riot has indicated that it’s investing a lot of time and energy into solving some of the biggest problems facing multiplayer shooters: Cheating and lag. On the cheating front, Riot has developed a new kernel-level anticheat system that it says should make most common forms of hacking impossible, making Valorant extra secure against aimhacks. What’s interesting, though, is that the development team also designed every feature with possible exploits in mind.
One example given in our hands-on preview is that the crosshair doesn’t change colors when it passes over an enemy, because dishonest players could easily write a script that checks those pixels and automatically fires a shot when they change colors.
Riot is also using server technology developed for League of Legends with the aim of providing a consistently lag-free experience. Dedicated servers for each region will run with a 128 tickrate, which should result in more responsive ballistics and character movement. For reference, CS:GO’s matchmaking uses 64 tick servers, while Apex Legends appears to be as low as 20.
Valorant will also use Riot Direct, a global networking infrastructure that Riot built for League of Legends to guarantee players always get the fastest and most stable connection to multiplayer servers. If you’ve never heard of Riot Direct this video explains how it works, but the gist is that even with the fastest internet and servers, lag can still occur thanks to how internet service providers route traffic through their hub.
Back in 2014, Riot started partnering with different ISPs around the world to physically add routers into their datacenters that would ensure League of Legends players had a more consistent, lower ping across the US and Europe. Valorant will use that same infrastructure and with Riot Direct, Riot predicts that 70 percent of players will access regional Valorant servers with a ping lower than 35 ms.
Valorant system requirements
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
- RAM: 4GB
- CPU: Intel i3-370M
- GPU: Intel HD 3000 (1GB VRAM)
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
- RAM: 4GB
- CPU: Intel i3-370M
- GPU: Intel HD 3000 (1GB VRAM)
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
- RAM: 4GB
- CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2Ghz
- GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti (1GB VRAM)
These specs are pretty darn low for most PC gamers out there. Even if you haven’t upgraded your rig in years, Valorant will probably run like a dream. Valiant’s painterly art style and flat lighting make a lot more sense when you consider its wide compatibility.
Gaming in Indian has increase so fast as India has established too many E-sports Team and Fully optimized Gaming Communities . As gaming increasing, the mobile gaming is also increase in vast area. Gaming Companies have been coming up with some fantastic new games, which runs only in mobiles to play.
From Mobile RPGs to console-level graphics racing games, there are a plethora of different options to choose from. To help you get started, we have created s list of TOP 15 ANDROID GAMES to keep you so entertained you will never want to put your phone down.
1. Pokémon GO
Haven’t you always dreamed of having Pikachu in your pocket? Pokémon Go is a free android augmented reality mobile game that requires you to go out into the real world to explore to catch them all! After creating your own custom avatar, you begin your gameplay by walking/jogging/running to find your nearest Pokémon.
Tasks will range from collecting and hatching eggs, collecting Poke Balls at designated stops, and going to the local ‘Gym’ for battles amongst other players. Poke stops can be found at local parks, monuments, landmarks, restaurants, and many more locations.
If you are looking for fun and a way to get those extra steps in, Pokémon Go is a great one to try!
2. PUBG Mobile
You can now have the entertainment PlayerUnknown’s battle royale madness right at your fingertips with the PUBG Mobile. The mobile version has an added building element to it, which you will not see in the regular version.
The game begins with you parachuting onto the game island, where you will have to scavenge the land to obtain everything that you will need to win.
With the high energy and suspense of PUBG Mobile, you will never have a boring lunch break again.
3. Harry Potter: Wizard’s Unite
If you love the magic of Harry Potter, and the game style Pokémon Go, then Wizard’s Unite is an absolute must play. Hop on your broomstick and fly to the nearest fortress to start collecting magical creatures and bringing the magic to your hometown.
Wizard’s Unite is a free play that includes inns, greenhouses, using port keys, and magical traces during your real-world exploration. Wizard’s Unite provides you with your own Ministry ID and profession of your choosing as you follow the mysterious story that will keep you curious all day long!
4. Stardew Valley
If a relaxing, task-based game is more your speed, then Stardew Valley will be a great choice! Stardew Valle focuses on owning your own digital farm that you must cultivate and grow.
The game is open-ended, allowing players to take on several activities such as growing crops, raising livestock, crafting goods, mining for ores, selling produce, and socializing with the townsfolk, including marriage and having children.
Also, players can go fishing, cook, crafting, explore caves, battle creatures, and take on quests. This not-so-mini RPG is readily available in your App Store, waiting for you to begin!
5. Boris and The Dark Survival
Both utilizing traditional cartoon artwork with what is considered an aspect of horror, Boris, and the Dark Survival will keep you abundantly entertained. The gameplay follows Boris from a top-down view as you explore the depths of Joey Drew Studios in search of supplies, all while trying to escape the Ink Demon.
You must do your best to hide, but Should the Inkblot Demon see you, the chase will be on. Boris will have to escape while avoiding dead ends and losing his stamina before getting caught. Although you can refill your stamina by eating from vending machines, try your best not to run through the studio unless you are being chased!
6. Riptide GP
Not only is this a racing game, but it is a hydro-powered one!
Riptide GP can be described as the first console-quality water racing game brought right to your mobile device. These game levels provide twisting canals, rivers, futuristic cityscapes, and mysterious research facilities.
Riptide has three different game modes and several hydro jets to choose from for you to do those stunts to earn boost and extra points. If you are looking for that adrenaline rush during your morning coffee break, Riptide will get you moving.
7. Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
With this game, you can use the force right from your Android phone.
Heroes is a free play game set in a cantina in a distant corner of the Star Wars galaxy, where people of diverse species compete in simulated holographic battles.
You get to collect multiple characters from both the light and the dark side of the fight, including Luke Skywalker, Boba Fett, and Ahsoka Tano. Game modes include various modes such as squad arena, dark and light side battles, cantina, galactic wars, raids, and various special events.
Whether you are trying to save the galaxy, or just get through a long lunch break, Heroes will provide bountiful entertainment.
8. Horizon Chase
Following the retro arcade theme, Horizon Chase brings the vibe of the late ’80s/early 90’s racing games. The graphics of this game will give you the nostalgia of the classic 16-bit graphics found on the original SEGA.
In the game, you’ll race around the world through 32 cities, 8 cups, and a total of 78 different tracks. The soundtrack for the game is also very similar to what you would find in SEGA’s Outrun or Daytona USA.
Take some time out of your day to experience this depiction of a class. You will not be disappointed!
9. The Elder Scrolls: Blades
The Elder Scrolls series has done us the honor of bringing the Fus Ro Dah right to our phones. Blades is an action RPG with console-level graphics played in the first-person perspective.
Unlike the usual Elder Scrolls open-world concept, the mobile installment features three main game modes: Abyss, Arena, and Town. Follow the storyline as you are one of the last remaining members of the Blades, an elite legendary group of spies and bodyguards who served and protected the Empire of Tamriel for many generations.
For that fully immersive experience on the go, grab your phone and give Blades a whirl.
If you love RPGs check out our picks for best free MMORPGs
10. Grid Autosport
In Grid Autosport, you are the professional racecar driver in this realistic racing game. For gameplay, you have the option of single-player career mode or enter competitions via the web with multiplayer online mode.
The cars in Autosport are customizable and fall into multiple categories such as 8 Supercars, GT, IndyCar, and many more. Most of the racecourses in the game are designed to mimic real-world permanent circuits and include some street and fictional tracks.
This is another excellent Android mobile game to fit your need for speed.
11. Call of Duty: Mobile
Designed after the viral Call of Duty series comes Call of Duty mobile, the thrill of Call of Duty on the go. Duty is a free-to-play first-person-shooter listed as one of the best android mobile games.
The mobile installment features many playable characters, maps, and game modes from previous games in the series. Different control settings were included in catering to player’s preferences, and a “zombies” game mode was even added.
As the winner of the 2019 best mobile game award, Call of Duty Mobile will keep you entertained for hours on end.
12. Bubble Witch Saga
A magical and straightforward bubble shooting puzzle game that is perfect for some quick fun entertainment. The base of this puzzle game is that the Witches need your help to fend off the dark spirits that are plaguing the country.
Bubble Witch is free to play with some in-game purchases available. The levels are colorful and engaging to keep your mind working to solve multiple levels of puzzles and obtain potions. This game is an enjoyable way to pass the time!
13. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
If you have joined the masses that love Animal Crossing, then Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be perfect for bringing your game on the go! Pocket Camp is a free play mobile game that has the option of in-app purchases. In the mobile version, you take control of the new campsite manager.
You’re in charge, so you can decorate your own campsite however you like! Invite your favorite new animal friends from neighboring islands to explore your custom-designed camp. Complete multiple different tasks to level up and obtain new items.
Providing Both relaxing and feel-good vibes, Pocket Camp will be an essential new game to add to your collection.
14. Shadowgun Legends
Shadowgun Legends is a first-person shooter with role-playing and MMO elements. At the beginning of the game, the player creates a Shadowgun hunter, an elite mercenary, and is then moved to the Hub. There the player can access various missions given by NPC’s, in-game bar, casino, shops, and multiplayer missions.
The world of Shadowgun is a consumer-driven society that is being threatened by an alien race from an unknown area of the Galaxy called the Torment. The game consists of over 200 single-player campaign missions and many multiplayer game modes such as Duel, Ascendancy, Elimination, and Dungeons.
With plenty of missions to explore, Shadowgun should be added to your download list.
14. Monument Valley
Monument Valley is described as a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry. This game will appear as if you are manipulating beautiful dream-like artwork as you guide the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments, uncovering hidden paths, and unfolding optical illusions.
Your goal is to outsmart the Crow People while navigating the artistic geometry of the setting. This game is relaxing, visually appealing, and provides puzzle-based entertainment to enhance your day.
Now that you have completed our list, which game will you try first? There are endless options of android games to choose from, but these top fifteen will help you to get a head start in your mobile gaming journey.
Sony identically announced on Tuesday that it has delayed The Last of Us Part II “until further notice”. The reason behind this is the COVID-19 pandemic. The game had been previously scheduled to launch on May 29th.
In the tweet, Sony said in a statement, “The global crisis is preventing us from proving the launch experience our players deserve”. Sony also delay Iron Man VR .
Update: SIE has made the difficult decision to delay the launch of The Last of Us Part II and Marvel’s Iron Man VR until further notice. Logistically, the global crisis is preventing us from providing the launch experience our players deserve.— PlayStation (@PlayStation) April 2, 2020
Naughty dogs said in the statement, “We were bummed about this decision but ultimately understood it’s what’s best and fair to all of our players,” the statement reads. “We’re hoping that this won’t be a long delay and we’ll update you as soon as we have new information to share.”
A message from us about the delay of The Last of Us Part II: pic.twitter.com/aGsSRfmJ8a— Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) April 2, 2020
This is not the first delay for The Last of Us Part II. In Oct, it was delayed from a Feb 21st release date to May 29th. Sony has also previously said that the Corona Virus pandemic shouldn’t impact the release of the PlayStation 5, which is also due this year. Presently, The Last of Us 2 is only slated for release on PS4.
The outer world is an action role-playing game by Obsidian Entertainment & Private Division. The games released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows(PC) in Oct 2019. Now, The game is finally going to release in Nintendo Switch on June 5th, 2020.
The Outer Worlds’ physical release will include a day one patch that could be up to 6GB in size, according to a blog post published by Obsidian Entertainment today. The day one patch will include additional high-resolution textures and other fixes to ensure the Switch port will be stable.
Last February, The Outer Worlds’ Nintendo Switch release date was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic; it was originally supposed to come out on March 6th. The game’s publisher also confirmed that the game would come out on a cartridge, following complaints that the game’s physical release would only contain a download code.
The Outer Worlds was one of the most popular games released in the latter half of 2019 and one of my personal favorites from last year. It feels like a spiritual successor to the Fallout series, and my colleague Adi Robertson pointed out in her review that The Outer Worlds features “a similar role-playing system, retro-futuristic aesthetic, and penchant for dark humor.”