Through its first five seasons, Call of Duty: Warzone has grown quite a bit. Most recently we got access to the interior of the stadium and the bunkers have opened. So what’s coming next? Well, a recent drop from The Call of Duty League suggests that the transition to Season 6 could include the introduction of subway stations and an entire underground rail network. It’s unclear of the new loot train will also be traveling underground, but it wouldn’t be surprising.
As shown off by Twitter User Geeky Pastimes, The Call of Duty League recently released an image of the map with one of these subway stations in view. Like everyone else, we too have looked and it’s certainly not there now, so we’re pretty sure that it is coming with the next major update.
Well that's not there in game #Warzone #CallofDuty (credit to Mindscrambler on the Geeky Pastimes Discord https://t.co/lLoEU4Esm6) looks like we have some new subway stations coming. pic.twitter.com/2la7aJ6u2Z— Geeky Pastimes (@geekypastimes) August...
Following the release of the new Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War trailer, Activision has announced that the game would be privy to plenty of free DLC, something that has worked well The Witcher 3 and was met with excitement for the soon-to-launch Cyberpunk 2077.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Free DLC and Battle Pass
Following Activision’s announcement that COD Black Ops Cold War would get free DLC post launch, we’ve learned that the first DLC pack will be a set of new multiplayer maps. This will mark the first time that we haven’t had to pay for DLC in the Black Ops series and it should help keep the game more balanced as all players will have access to the same maps. Future DLC packs will include more maps and additions to the now-confirmed zombies mode – yes; there’ will be a zombies mode.
On that note, COD Black Ops Cold War will also have a Battle Pass...
Back in April 2020, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands entered the Alpha testing phase and now, four months later, we’ve learned that it will officially launch on October 27, 2020. The news comes courtesy of an official release date trailer and a trailer for the first short of the expansion, Shadowlands Afterlives: Bastion.
The release date trailer that you see above doesn’t give us a whole lot of context, but Blizzard has given us something to work with:
“Upon entering the Shadowlands, Azeroth’s champions will encounter an otherworld in disarray. Virtuous souls are being wrongfully cast into the eternal darkness of the Maw, while the Covenants—powerful factions who hold dominion over the afterlife’s disparate realms—face ruin and strife as the flow of the Shadowlands’ essential anima mysteriously dwindles.”
As you can see, World of Warcraft is about to get a lot bigger.
What is World of Warcraft Shadowlands All About?
The internet has opened our eyes and set us free, but the truth is that not everything on the internet is accurate. Fortunately, that’s the case when it comes to all the recent leaks and rumors surrounding Halo Infinite. Much like the drama surrounding Halo Infinite’s subpar graphics and rumors that multiplayer wouldn’t be available at launch, the news rumors about an extended delay or and lack of support for the Xbox One are completely unfounded and totally inaccurate.
This confirmation comes from 343 Industries Community Manage, John Junyszek via Twitter. In a reply to on fan’s tweet regarding the delay into 2020, Junyszek said “there are no plans to change our 2021 release day or the devices and platforms that we’ll be supporting.”
Hey Eric - we're seeing lots of fake "leaks" out there, so please don't believe everything you read. There are no plans to change our 2021 release or the devices and platforms we'll be supporting. We're building Halo Infinite to be the...
Despite on-going rumors that the Sony PS5 was experiencing performance issues and may be delayed, Sony has recently confirmed that the PS5 wouldn’t be delayed into 2021. However, another rumor claims that the PS5 may be in short supply, so much so that Sony will have to limit day-one stock to avoid such a delay. Now, Sony has opened registrations for pre-orders which will give you the chance to be selected as one of the lucky folks that will get to pre-ordered a PlayStation 5. If you needed more evidence that the console would be in short supply, this news ranks right up there.
If you want to register to pre-order, you’ll need to head over to Sony’s newly launched registration webpage. From there, you can input your PlayStation Network member id into the system. From there, your number will be put into a pool with everyone else. There is no guarantee that you’ll be able to pre-order a new PS5- only the chance that you’ll be selected. You...
Remember back in April 2020 when we told you that Cyberpunk 2077 would see plenty of DLC after launch? Well, back then CD Projekt Red confirmed that the game would receive a bunch of DLC, including at least two major paid expansions – hinting that Cyberpunk would get the same attention as The Witcher 3. Now, we have confirmation that all the DLC, outside of the paid major expansions, will also be free – because that’s how CDPR rolls.
The news comes straight from Cyberpunk 2077’s official Twitter account in response to a fan question that asked whether or not the game would follow the footsteps of The Witcher 3. Technically, the account didn’t respond with a definite yes in terms of an official reply, but a gif of the Kool-Aid man says everything we need to know what’s up: “OH Yeah.”
pic.twitter.com/y5PNLf3nIR— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) August 22, 2020
So what does this mean we can expect from Cyberpunk 2077?...
A newspaper out of Taipei, Taiwan called the Economic Daily News has published a report saying that a new Nintendo Switch would enter production in late 2020 and launch in the first-quarter of 2021. The report claims that the new Switch model will feature “upgraded interactivity” and improved display quality. The report cites various manufacturers responsible for Switch hardware, including those that build Flash storage and Joy-Con controllers.
This sounds fairly credible, but back in February 2020, Nintendo was very clear that it didn’t care about the Xbox Series X or PS5, saying:
“We believe that the position of Nintendo Switch in its lifecycle is different from that of hardware from other companies and that the consumers of our products are also different. Therefore, we do not believe that the business activities of other companies will be especially influential on Nintendo’s business”
That quote from Nintendo pretty much told us that the current Nintendo Switch was going to stick around for a little...
Back when the first Crysis Remastered Trailed launched, we all got excited. Of course, we all know that Saber and Crytek likely rushed the trailer out the door after the leak that popped up just days before. Then, another leak of a second trailer in July had everyone up in arms over graphics and a number of other things. When the game was delayed, the studio confirmed that they had “seen all the reactions - the good and the bad - and we're listening. We're still working on a number of things in game, as well as the storefront.” Now, a new trailer has arrived, and boy does it look like it is going to be worth the wait.
First and foremost, the trailer above confirms that Crysis Remastered is, in fact, launching on September 18 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Outside of that, we also get to see a rather convincing comparison between the graphics of the original Crysis and...
Indie game developer LKA has launched its first trailer for the next-gen survivalhorror game Martha is Dead, and it looks like it’s going to make every horror game that ever came before it – including games like Silent Hill and the soon-to-launch Resident Evil Village – look like children’s games. We’re talking about near-photorealistic graphics, disturbing images, ghosts, and an unsolved murder all set back in the WWII era. Does it get any better than this? Check out the trailer for yourself:
Believe it or not, Martha is Dead was first announced two years ago in 2018 and comes from French game studio LKA – the same studio that brough us the horror game The Town of Light. Oddly enough, the last we heard, LKA planned on released Martha is Dead on PlayStation 5 and PC, but as you can see from the trailer above, it’s now slated to land on PC and Xbox Series X sometime in 2021. Apparently, something didn’t work...
The COVID pandemic has been devastating to just about every industry out there from automotive to healthcare to gaming. We’ve definitely seen more than a few game delays, but now Sony has come right out said that the PS5 will launch on time, and you can still expect to see it in time for the holiday season.
Of course, this comes following recent news that Sony is having issues with the PS5 and true 4k, and older rumors that Sony would be forced to limit day-one PS5 stock to avoid delays and that the PS5 has performance and overheating issues. This, however, is a breath of fresh air, especially when you consider that most gave developers are working from home with deadlines and release dates for games almost constantly changing. Just recently, Halo Infinite was delayed beyond the launch of the Xbox Series X and Cyberpunk 2077 has now been pushed back to November instead of September.
That latest confirmation that the PS5 will be...