With the release of Fall of Oriath, Path of Exile will also have another new challenge league. This time, its called Harbinger and involves a new and unknown invading force called the Harbingers.
The Harbingers will randomly appear and continuously summon their monsters after you, the only way to damage the Harbinger is to defeat their invading force. Defeating a Harbinger can yield new currency items and new unique item parts.
As always there will be a total of 40 new challenges that can be completed throughout the whole league. Completing each interval of 12 will reward a specific reward. After the 19th challenge, every consecutive 3rd challenge after that will reward a hideout totem piece.
Harbinger league will launch simultaneously with the Fall of Oriath expansion on August 4th.
The EA Conference at E3 2017 happened earlier today at 12 PM PST. Here are all the games and DLC announced.
Battleborn has finally went F2P even though it doesn’t publicly want to announce it by calling it a “free trial”. It’s live now except for Sony Europe & Sony Japan which will become live on June 13th.
Essentially players will have access to play the multiplayer of the game with a rotating number of heroes at first. But Battleborn’s gotta make money somehow, there a paywall or grindwall behind the content of the game. Everything can be unlocked through playing the game including all the heroes and story missions through in-game credits or you can just buy it.
The multiplayer isn’t too appealing because balancing is such an issue when you have 30 characters, each having multiple skills and on top of that an equipment system that has randomized stats and tiers.
Personally, I don’t think Battleborn going F2P at this point will save it from it’s eventual demise even though it’s not half bad but unfortunately it might just end up like Evolve.
There’s just too much multiplayer fps on the market currently. Paladins is in Xbox’s most played games list whilst Battleborn isn’t and Battleborn on steam’s stats don’t bold well at all. The only glimmering of hope seems to be on PS4.
Gears of War 4: Launch Trailer revealing old man Marcus and Cole Train (WHOO) and also their… pre-order bonus and the 4 days early access that comes with purchasing the ultimate edition, pretty much a season pass.
Today, Xbox released the
A new saga begins for one of the most acclaimed video game franchises in history. After narrowly escaping an attack on their village, JD Fenix and his friends, Kait and Del, must rescue the ones they love and discover the source of a monstrous new enemy.
E3 2016 revealed a decent chunk of information for Titanfall 2. A few hours before the EA press conference, the Singleplayer for Titanfall 2 was leaked. Titanfall 2 will be releasing on October 28th for Xbox One, PS4 & PC.
Day 2 of E3 is over, today consisted of the Microsoft, Ubisoft and Sony Press Conferences. Here are all the titles, sequels and updates revealed and their intended release date if available. Titles that consist of sufficient information will have a more detailed post later.
Day 1 of E3 2016 is over, the two conferences EA & Betheseda revealed a lot of information for upcoming titles,brand new IP’s & sequels. Here is the overview of what the two press conferences revealed along with their trailer & initial intended release date if announced. Stay tuned for a more detailed post for each title that reveals sufficient or new information.
- Dishonored 2: November 11th, 2016. [Trailer] [Gameplay]
- Quake Champions: Unknown. [Trailer]
- Elder Scrolls: Legends: 2017. [Trailer]
- Fallout 4, Fallout Shelter & Skyrim: Special Edition [Trailer]
- Contraptions Workshop DLC: June 19th, 2016.
- Vault-Tec Workshop DLC: July 2016.
- Nuk-a-world DLC: August 2016.
- Fallout Shelter: Quest & PC Version: July 2016
- Skyrim: Special Edition: October 28th, 2016.
- Prey: 2017. [Trailer]
- Doom: Unto the Evil DLC: July 2016.
- Doom VR: Unknown.
- Fallout 4 VR: 2017.