Forza Street is a free-to-play Forza game that basically mixes Forza-style gameplay with a NFS-like theme. It landed on Windows 10 about a year ago, and now it has finally made it to mobile devices.
If you download and jump into Forza Street between today (May 5) and June 5, you’ll get the Founder’s Pack, which includes a 2017 Ford GT, some free credits, and gold that you can use to unlock more cars. If you’re rocking a Samsung Galaxy phone, and don’t mind downloading form the Galaxy Store as opposed to Google Play, you’ll get a 2015 Mustang GT, 2015 C7 Corvette Z06, and even more credit and gold, depending on your device.
As a little background on Forza Street, it was release don Windows 10 a while back but is actually the first Forza game designed specifically for mobile devices. As such, don’t expect Forza Horizon or Forza Motorsport-style gameplay. In Forza Street, car steering is automatic (much like it...
Meltdown was added to Call of Duty Mobile just last week, and now Activision has formally hinted that Rust is now coming to the game.
if you know, you know.😏Coming soon to #CODMobile... pic.twitter.com/7Gc0cgv9iF— Call of Duty: Mobile (@PlayCODMobile) April 11, 2020
Now, the image you see might look a little obscure compared to the Rust you know and either love or hate, but it’s undoubtedly a hint that Rust is coming. It has that primary tower reminiscent of the tower in Rust, and given the fact that it’s a very small map, this is the view from outside the play area. You’ve probably played the map already on the original Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and more recently in Modern Warfare as it came with the Season 2 update.
Activision didn’t say exactly when the map was coming, but Season 6 of COD Mobile kicks off on May 1, 2020, so we’re betting that the map will be launched...
Riot games mobile projects are a well-kept secret, and we haven’t heard anything in a while regarding Teamfight Tactics - a spiced up version of League of Legends for mobile devices - until today. And it has officially launched and is available via the Google Play and iOS for most Android and Apple mobile devices.
The good news keeps on coming, as you won’t have to start all over again. And, even beter yet, the mobile version will have a cross-play with PC, so you can simply transfer your account. Still, if you want a fresh start, you can do so, but you won’t be able to use the skins from the “ PC account.”
The game’s popularity has increased since it’s release, with many league players joining as well as other gamers. If you’re a league player, you will recognize a lot of characters and get an advantage, since you already know their abilities and potential. There’s been...
There are many action games, most of which are pretty great in their own right. Games like Stellaris, however, require calm, patience, and strategic decision making. That will be taken to teh next level with the launch of the Federations expansion on March 17th. The expansion focuses less on the action than ever before with the main idea of the game transitioning into diplomacy, discussion among empires, and good calls. The action takes place in the large universe, where the galactic government play a major role in everything that happens. Following this path, you will decide alone or with your alliance what is best for your people. Your position on matters will help decide if wars are worth battling or not. If war is not your way, you can go for a merchant empire, where good trades will prosper your world to greatness.
If more players have a similar playstyle as yours, you will be able to create federations. These won’t go unrewarded,...
Plague Inc is an epic game in which you get to develop a deadly virus from the ground up, controlling how it spreads, how it mutates, and - ultimately - how it affects the population of the world. The whole point is to wipe out human civilazation as you work against a clock or a cure, rather. With the so-called outbreak of the Coronavirus (it's not really an outbreak, folks) the China App Store has removed the game completely. This decision is based on the fact that some content that the game is illegal in China, according to rules put in place by the Cyberspace Administration.
There are no connections between the game and the coronavirus outbreak, even if the game is a simulation of fictional diseases and thousands of players have admitted to creating a new virus in the game with the same name. Plague INC developers announced that they’re working as much as they can to get the game back for its...
Even if Teamfight Tactics was first built on PC, the producer, Dax “Lunchboy” Andrus, and the designer, Stephen “Mortdog” Mortimer, made it clear that the purpose of the game was to be released on mobile. Now, it looks Teamfight Tactics will make it’s the first appearance on mobile sometime in the middle of March 2020.
“While we’ve been busy working on PC, we’ve also been pouring over how to bring TFT from PC to mobile in a way that feels intentionally built for the platform.”
Some of the changes to come with the mobile port will reward the best tactics and your ability to adapt to different situations. This change should help lower the randomness of the game. They also announce that “making your team” will be more satisfying, all of this by removing some of the old features that, ultimately, unbalanced the game. The chances for your team to get shut-down in seconds will decrease, as the countermeasures we’re “reworked” for a better, pleasant...
If Riot Games will ever go broke, we could only expect a music career or even their own movies as they have plenty of unique ideas and, of course, characters. With the occasion of its 10th season, League of Legends has released another music video where you will meet most of your favorite champions.
The famous Imagine Dragons’ Warriors, which we first heard in 2014, for the League of Legends Championship and they seem to like it, even after 6 whole years. This also marks new features coming to 2020’s rift.
There's a good chance that we'll see some new champions this year, let’s hope there will be good for something(Yuumi). Some champions will get reworked. New skins will also be added to the game. We’ll get to see some improvements over the other games, especially the mobile game. Most of them were shown in the Season 202 Teaser.
For one reason or another, Epic Games has extended the first
season of Fortnite Chapter 2 all the way until February 2020. Some are
suggesting that the developers are having a creative block, while others simply
think there’s something big in store and we need to prepare. Either way, the
big question that remains is: what the hell are we going to do for the next two
months in Fortnite now that we’re coming to the end of the current Chapter 2
Epic games has made the Autmn Queen’s Quest available so
that we can work together to unlock a new weapon wrap, but if we keep having to
do small quests like this for the rest of the season, Fortnite is going to get
quite boring. A Reddit user seems to have a solid solution, one that would give
us something to do, let Epic Games make a little more money on Season 1, and
essentially, keep everyone happy.
Stardew Valley's 1.4 update introduces a lot of new features, new events, and many new ways to improve your character’s looks.
Let’s start with the “farm”, you’re now able to raise and collect fish in the new fish ponds. Speaking of farms, there is a new map “Four Corners” which has four separate quadrants, so let the fun begin. There are also some changes in stacking different large items. Also, a new mystery can be found at the end of the game, an abandoned structure that awaits to be discovered.
If you considered the item pool small, well there are over 60 brand new items coming to the game. Other updated features inlcude:
Now you can also double your Sheds space.Junimo Kart was modified almost completely.In mines, you will encounter two new monsters in one of the two alternative mines’ levels.The Blacksmith has a new upgrade available alongside new farmer’s emoteUp to 14...
Hot on the announcement that there’s a new
FPS in development, Riot Games has announced that its fan favorite MOAB,
League of Legends will be coming to mobile devices and consoles sometime in
2020. It’s an all-new version of the game that will be called League of
Legends: Wilf Rift and it will feature a 5v5 player count along with revamped
controls. Riot Games says you’ll be able to fight ten enemy Nexus on an all-new
5v5 map designed specifically for the new platforms.
From what we can tell, there will be somewhere in the
neighborhood of 40 champions to choose from when the game launches, but there
will be more available as the game progresses and DLC packs are made available.
Just like the PC version of the game you’ve all grown to love (or hate?), Wild
Rift will be a free-to-play game and all champions will be unlockable through game
progression without the need to spend any real-world money.
According to Riot Games, Wild Rift has been rebuilt...