World of Warcraft Classic gained immediate popularity. Perhaps it was the novelty of going all the way back to the beginning or maybe it gave some a reason to start over. Either way, it’s insanely popular, and if you aren’t part of a guild yet, you probably should be. Today, we’ll talk about how to create a guild, how to join a guild, and how to leave a guild in WoW Classic.
What is a Guild in Wow Classic? Think of a guild in Wow Classic as something similar to a part on Xbox or PlayStation 4. You'll join up with a number of like-minded players to form an alliance and play together. Wow Classic Guilds can be a lot of fun, and it definitely adds to the overall experience. If you don't have a lot of online friends, being part of a guild can also help you find more friends. How to Make a Guild in Wow Classic? Making a guild in Wow Classic is fairly simple, but right away, you'll need...
Microsoft Flight Simulator might be all about civilian planes, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a place for the cooler stuff – like fighter jets. Now, there’s a new military aircraft available for MFS. I’m talking about the Aermacchi MB-399 jet trainer, which you might recognize as it’s used by the Frecce Tricolori military aerobatic team.
The plane you see above can be purchased from the SimMarket for €24.40 including VAT in Europe. For that price, you’ll get the plane itself, along with plenty of liveries, including those that represent the UAE, Argentina, Malaysia, and – naturally – Italy. We also have a couple of videos showing it in action embedded below, but for those of you in the U.S., it’s probably not the most important news that I’m bring you today.
IndiaFoxtEcho – the folks behind the Aermacchi MB-399 – aren’t the only ones designing military aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. DC Designs is working on something you might recognize: The F-15 Fighter Jet. As of now, there’s no official release date for the F-15,...
StarCraft 2 has been around for a long time – 10 years, as a matter of fact. And, while the game is quite competitive, even now, it’s time for Blizzard to move on to bigger and better things. As such, the company will no longer develop or release major updates for StarCraft 2, although it will continue to release balancing fixes as needed. Going forward, Blizzard will set its sights on “what’s next.”
This news comes via. a new dev update, in which Blizzard VP, Rob Bridenbecker, broke the news. The game will continue to be supported to some extent, but there will be no new for-purchase content and there won’t be a Q4 balance update due to the recently released update.
“We’re going to continue supporting StarCraft II in the same manner as we have with our previous longstanding games, such as Brood War, focusing primarily on what our core and competitive communities care about most. What this means is that we’re not going to be producing additional for-purchase content, such as Commanders and War...
First of all, it looks like Diablo 4 will be the best one of its series. In Diablo 3 we got to see a celestial battle between angels and demons, but nothing all that scary. Now looking at the new trailers (embedded below,) from the first seconds we can feel the lack of hope; the fear crawling down our spines. From the trailer, we already get symbols like 3 men required, only 3 survive. The game also presents to us, at the gate, a symbol of the main demon of Diablo 4, the boss, the biggest and the dangerous creature we can find in the game - Lilith. So when will Diablo 4 be released and what you can you expect? This guide covers everything we know so far.
(9-13-2020 - we've updated this guide to cover everything that's happened over the last 8 months in Diablo 4's developement, so be sure to check out what's changed below!)
Diablo 4 Release Date
As of now, there’s no official word on when Blizzard is planning to...
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?
We know that the Shadowlands expansion will bring five new zones for us to explore, along with new dungeons and new raids. The Tower of the Damned will also be...
Uther the Lightbringer, Paladin of the Silver Hand, met an untimely demise ... but his service is not done. When he passes into the afterlife, Devos – a Paragon of Bastion – takes Uther under her wing, only to learn that some mortal wounds run deeper than she could imagine.
Beyond Azeroth’s shattered sky, a realm of infinite afterlives awaits: the Shadowlands, where mortal souls go to reckon with their pasts, discover new purpose . . . or suffer an eternity of torment. Seize your destiny beginning October 27.
In June, at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed MacOS 11, aka Mac OS Big Sur. As the biggest update to MacOS since OS X was released nearly two decades ago, major improves are coming to Safari, Maps, and Messages, among other things. We will also see updates to the way windows look (tweaked curves), new dock icons, and new colors for the user interface.
Even as a major design update, a lot of Mac OS will remain familiar, but there’s a twist. The Photos app design from iPadOS will make the transition to MacOS, as do a number of app updates that will come with iOS 14 and iPadIS 14 – including a more sophisticated menu bar, widgets, and notification center. Even more interesting is that if you buy a new Mac – one that’s powered by Apple’s new silicon chips, your computer will be able to natively run iPhone and iPad apps.
Can My Computer Run Mac OS 11 (Big Sur)?
Can your Macbook, Macbook Air, or iMac handle running MacOS Big Sur? Well,...
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 the remastered version. This tech trailer shows off “high-quality textures upt o...
Remember back in the late 2000s when the PlayStation 2 had a plethora of horror games? We didn’t realize it then, but we were very lucky. Sure, there are a few good horror games these days, and Capcom has done right by remastering the old Resident Evil games, but we’re still waiting for a new Silent Hill game. In all honesty, things will probably never be the same. The good news is that you will soon get some old-school thrills, thanks to a game call Tormented Souls.
Tormented Souls is being developed by Dual Effect and Abstract Digital, and will be published by PQube Limited. It looks like a weird blend between the first Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Clock Tower. In fact, these games are what developers look to for inspiration. The game is set in an old mansion turned hospital (hello Resident Evil) and you’ll play as Caroline Walker, a woman that is investigating the disappearance of twin girls in a town known as Winterlake (hello Silent Hill.) The games official description on...