Far Cry 5 is now available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC. Far Cry 5 is set in Hope County, Montana and features the same freedom as previous titles. In this installment of Far Cry, the player will be fighting against a cult that is threatening their home.
Far Cry 5 is the first ever installment in the Far Cry series that will allows players to play the entire game in Co-op and customize their characters. Players also have the ability to hire companions either human or animal such as Boomer, the dog companion.
Far Cry comes to America in the latest installment of the award-winning franchise. Welcome to Hope County, Montana. When your arrival incites the cult to violently seize control of the region, you must rise up and spark the fires of resistance to liberate a besieged community. Freely explore Hope County’s rivers, lands, and skies with the largest customizable weapon and vehicle roster ever in a Far Cry game. You are the hero of the story in a thrilling world that hits back with every punch, and where the places you discover and the locals you ally with will shape your story in ways you’ll never see coming.
Black Desert Online‘s March 14th Patch introduces Rabam’s Enlightenment which is an Skill Enchantment available for players that have awakened their characters.
Rabam’s Enlightenment allows players to combine two main weapon skills into a new and improved skill. Each Class has a total of 2 Rabam’s Enlightenment skills and only one of the two can be chosen, the skill can be reset anytime using Armstrong’s Skill Guide. Rabam’s Enlightenment has both a Lvl. 56 Skill and a Lvl. 57 skill, each of which has two selections and only one can be used at a time (You can have a Lvl. 56 and Lvl. 57 Rabam’s Enlightenment).
Hearthstone‘s Year of the Mammoth is coming to a close, this year will be the Year of the Raven. The Year of the Raven will have multiple new additions to change up Hearthstone such as with a new stand format.
In the Year of the Raven, Standard Decks will be made using these sets:
- Journey to Un’Goro
- Knights of the Frozen Throne
- Kobolds & Catacombs
- Upcoming 2018 Expansion
While the Wild format will contain every other previous set with these exclusive sets:
- Whispers of the Old Gods
- One Night in Karazhan
- Mean Streets of Gadgetzan
Also some cards from previous sets will become only exclusive in the Wild format by being put into the Hall of Fame. These cards will no longer be avalivable in Standard and exclusively only in Wild:
- Ice Block
- Coldlight Oracle
- Molten Giant
Just like last year, you can keep your copies of these card once they move to the Hall of Fame, and you’ll also be granted the full Arcane Dust value for each card (up to the maximum number that can be used in a deck).
The dust will be automatically awarded once you log-in after the Year of the Raven begins.
Quest requirements will be toned down allowing player to complete them faster. All the 40 gold reward quest now reward 50 gold. Every quest that rewards 50+ gold will reward the same amount but have their requirement reduced.
In-Game Tournaments will be added during the Year of the Raven, players will also have the ability to create their own tournaments and invite players to compete.
Lunara will be the next Hero, she will replace Maiev Shadowsong after the first expansion of 2018 has launched. You can obtain her by winning 10 games in either Standard Ranked or Casual after the first expansion of 2018 has debuted. So if you haven’t gotten Maiev yet, this is your last chance.
The original Dead Space game by Visceral Games is currently free through Origin‘s On The House program where occasionally older games are given out for free on the Origin Platform. You can claim your free copy here with a Origin account.
If you haven’t already, you should experience this classical Survival Horror game.
The Hydrolyst Eidolon is an enormous and tall Eidolon that has the ability to alter the climate causing green lightning strikes to occasionally strike around him. Similar to the Gantulyst Eidolon, the Hydrolyst Eidolon has a total of 6 Synovia parts and will take a minimum of 3 Charged lures to capture.
Summoning Gantulyst Eidolon
To summon the Hydrolyst Eidolon, you must have first captured the Gantulyst Eidolon and offer the Radiant Eidolon Shard from it to the shrine in the middle of the lake. Depending on the amount of players you have, each player will have to contribute a Radiant Eidolon Shard.
Occasionally, the Hydrolyst Eidolon will summon purple Vomvalyst Blooms which tethers nearby Vomvalyst and makes them invulnerable until the Bloom has been dealt with. Occasionally, the Hydrolyst will emit a beam that will drain player’s energy if they come in contact with it and the frequency of these beam increases as the battle goes on. The Hydrolyst also has continuously homing beams like the Teralyst but are much more accurate.
The Hydrolyst will continuously summon green lightning bolts and those can easily be dodged by avoiding the green bubbles on the floor which indicate where the lightning bolt is going to go and same thing goes for the mines that it occasionally drops which are also green circles on the floor.
Watch out for when the Hydrolyst shoots his gun into the air as it will rain down a bunch of explosive homing projectiles. Also with like every other Eidolon, when you take down one of it’s limbs, it will leave a residue which deals a lot of damage to players that stay on it.
Capturing the Hydrolyst Eidolon will reward 2 Brilliant Eidolon Shards, 2 Radiant Eidolon Shards, 2 Riven Transmuters and a mod from it’s loot table which has a chance to be from Operation Gate Crush alongside a bunch of Sentinel cores.
The Gantulyst Eidolon is an enormous and tall Eidolon that utilizes radiant beams of Sentient energy and an enormous boulder arm. Unlike the original Eidolon, the Gantulyst Eidolon has a total of 6 Synovia parts whilst the Teralyst only has 4. The minimum required amount of lures to capture the Gantulyst Eidolon is 3 charged lures. The Gantulyst Eidolon is the only way for players to obtain Radiant Eidolon Shards which is required to summon the Hydrolyst Eidolon.
Summoning Gantulyst Eidolon
To summon the Gantulyst Eidolon, you must have first captured the Teralyst Eidolon and offer the Brilliant Eidolon Shard from it to the shrine in the middle of the lake. Depending on the amount of players you have, each player will have to contribute a Brilliant Eidolon Shard.
Throughout the fight, the Gantulyst Eidolon will consistently spawn out homing balls of sentient energy from it’s back that can be easily dodged due to how slow it is. Occasionally the Gantulyst Eidolon will smash the ground with either a stomp or with it’s boulder arm causing at long distance knockback.
This Eidolon’s main feature is it’s two radiant beam moves and it’s ability to shield. The Gantulyst Eidolon either causes multiple beams from the sky to come down and create a continuous pillar of light (think hammer of dawn) after stomping the ground or it will shoot something into the sky causing a prism of light beams to continuously rotate (disco laser). The Gantulyst Eidolon will occasionally shield itself with a bubble that block incoming damage from outside it, forcing the player to get more in range of the Eidolon. Both of these do a bunch of damage and can easily one-shot players that aren’t ready for it.
The Gantulyst Eidolon being captured rewards 1 Brilliant Eidolon Shard, 1 Radiant Eidolon Shard and a drop from it loot tables which contains mods from Operation: Mutalist Incursions but those drop rates are super rare alongside a bunch of Sentient Cores.
Blanka is the second character of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition‘s Season 3 Character Pack. He will be rolling out on February 20th to all platforms.
In SFV: AE, Blanka is living peacefully with his mother, and has adapted well to being introduced back into society. One day, a suspicious salesman approaches him and offers a way to make Blanka famous by mass producing a doll made in Blanka’s likeness. Will it work? Find out in his character story mode!
Blanka is available individually for MSRP $5.99 or 100,000 Fight Money OR as part of the Season 3 Character Pass for MSRP $29.99, which unlocks Sakura, Falke, Cody, G, and Sagat as they become available. If you purchase Blanka as part of the Season 3 Character Pass or with real money, you will also get his Battle Costume with colors 3-10 and default costume colors 3-10.
V-Skill: Coward Crouch
Blanka immediately ducks for cover for a short time before rising back up. His V-Skill can avoid many attacks, including fireballs. After performing Coward Crouch, Blanka can follow up with either Wild Lift (Punch Button) or Raid Jump (Kick Button). Wild Lift sees Blanka move forward while swinging his arms up to launch the opponent in the air and can be followed up by a normal, special move, or even a Critical Art. Using Raid Jump, Blanka swiftly jumps in the air where he can use any mid-air attack to advance.
V-Trigger I: Jungle Dynamo
Blanka’s V-Trigger I gives his special roll attacks more damage and can then be followed up by certain attacks, including his Critical Art. It also powers up his Electric Thunder and changes the animation so Blanka steps forward while unleashing the electric current. On hit, the opponent is launched slightly in the air and can be followed up with a rolling attack.
Finally, Jungle Dynamo unlocks Ground Shave Rolling (HP+HK), which can be used as a combo extender or a way to charge in. This move was a super move in previous games, but is now a special move in SFV: AE.
V-Trigger II: Lightning Beast
Lightning Beast unlocks a special move, Rolling Cannon (Direction + HP+HK), which can be performed after using Rolling Attack, Back Step Rolling, and Vertical Rolling. Rolling Cannon can be used in multiple ways, such as extending a combo for more damage or changing positions to surprise the opponent.
Critical Art: Dynamic Rolling
In this Critical Art, Blanka slams his opponent into the ground in a series of electrifying rolls that ends in a move reminiscent of Lightning Cannonball from Street Fighter IV.