Escape From Tarkov (EFT) update for today will go live soon after approximately two hours of server maintenance, but if you need to know about all the changes and fixes coming with the new update, take a look at the official notes.As the update 0.12.12.31 patch notes reveal, Battlestate Games have added a brand new sound to the game when a player walks over a plastic surface. Also, the sound of movement for walking over wooden surfaces has been readjusted.CHECK THIS OUT: How Xbox and Microsoft Become The'Gamer-Friendly' CompanyYou can expect reduced Network Latency after installing the EFT update for today, thanks to a bunch of network optimizations.
Microsoft has reiterated its claim that it doesn't have plans to make Call of Duty an Xbox exclusive should it successfully acquire Activision Blizzard.In a document sent to Brazil's Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) discussing the proposed acquisition, Microsoft claims that any concerns that Call of Duty would no longer appear on PlayStation are unfounded because it 'would simply not be profitable' for Microsoft.'Regardless of how unsurprising Sony‘s criticism of content exclusivity is – given that PlayStation's entire strategy has been centred on exclusivity over the years – the reality is that the strategy of retaining Activision Blizzard's games by not distributing them in rival console shops would simply not be profitable for Microsoft,' the company claims in the docs.
Stategically placed by Alana Hagues 49 mins ago Image: Square EnixIf we haven't had enough strategy RPG news from Square Enix this year, then the upcoming The DioField Chronicle brings a bit of a twist to the genre. And you can find out just what that twist is as a demo has launched on the Switch eShop today! Calling itself a "Real Time Tactical Battle" game, this is Square Enix and Lancarse's attempt at trying their hands at some real-time strategy action. On a slightly smaller scale to those other veterans, of course.
Welcome to the latest edition of RPGamer's round-up column, where we look back at some of the articles that we have posted over the previous week. This article is designed to give reminders of some interesting content and stories that our readers might have missed. Editorial Content Soul Hackers 2 Impression 25 years after the debut of the first Soul Hackers game, a follow-up is nearly upon us. After only a few hours, Luis Mauricio reports it's clear that Soul Hackers 2 is a strong game with an excellent battle system.
Sega has released its financial results for the three months ended June 30, 2022, and the publisher's fiscal year appears to be off to a good start. The numbers Net sales: ¥66.1 billion ($496 million), up 11.2% year-on-year Profit: ¥3.16 billion ($23.5 million), up 7.5% year-on-year Entertainment Contents division sales: ¥52.8 million ($396 million), up 11% year-on-year Entertainment Contents segment income: ¥8.14 billion ($60.3 million), down 5% year-over-year The highlights Sega's first quarter release slate was somewhat muted, led by the retro compilation Sonic Origins, a PC revamp of the 2020 Switch release Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix, and a Switch port of PS4 title 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, which debuted in Japan in 2019.
Xbox Series S developers now have access to additional memory and games are now able to take better advantage of recent memory enhancements. As spotted by Xbox-focused outlet XboxEra, a new Microsoft Game Dev video was released, detailing improvements to the Microsoft Game Development Kit. From the looks of it, the changes are pretty great, especially when it comes to Microsoft's entry-level next-gen console, the Xbox Series S. In addition to specific PC-development experiences, including auto-synchronized cloud saves, hundreds of additional MBs of memory have been unlocked for Xbox Series S developers, allowing developers to get more control over memory.
Nintendo Switch consoles are well known for introducing unconventional yet entertaining ways to play the games. One such feature they've created is the use of motion sensors in its joy-cons and use them to track the player's movements. For whatever purpose they've created this method, it does make pretty good technology to incorporate them in fitness games. It not only takes away your worries of having to visit the gym, but it also gives you the perfect opportunity to stay fit while gaming. It is truly an impressive innovation that will help many players who are too introverted to interact with people.
Of all the comic book characters, Spider-Man takes a top spot when it comes to video games, especially ones that are direct movie tie-ins. The web-slinger has been appearing in video games since the 1980s. It makes sense, as he is one of the most beloved superheroes of all time, and his games probably had a hand in shaping that status. With such a storied history, though, it's inevitable to have some great and not-so-great games. By far, the best of the best Spider-Man games are the most recently released ones: Marvel's Spider-Man and Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
QuakeCon is returning as a digital event later this month, and will be kicking off in a couple weeks' time on August 18. Viewers can expect a number of livestreams throughout the day starting at 1 PM ET until 11:30 PM ET, with the 2022 Quake Pro League World Championship kicking off on the same day and running until August 20. Bethesda has also unveiled the full stream schedule for the event's first day, which includes a number of streams dedicated to a number of titles, including Ghostwire: Tokyo, Fallout 4, and The Elder Scrolls Online.
Get ready to Rumble Fish by Robert Ramsey 2 hours ago Subscribe to Push Square on YouTube Chances are that if you're not a fighting game afficionado, you've probably never heard of The Rumble Fish 2. It's a strangely named Japanese fighter that first released in 2005, and it became something of a cult hit with arcade enthusiasts. For years, fans have claimed that the property deserves a real chance on consoles — and it's finally happening. Scheduled for this winter, The Rumble Fish 2 is being ported to PS5 and PS4.