Month: June 2019

New PUBG PS4 And Xbox One Update Adds An Apex Legends Feature

For the first time since their launch, the console versions of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds received an update that the original PC version doesn’t. In the latest quality of life patch for the Xbox One and PS4 versions of PUBG, a new auto equip attachments feature–that works similarly to the one in Respawn’s Apex Legends–was added. “[We’re

Tetris 99-Like Battle Royale Game Announced For Mobile

The Nintendo Switch’s surprising battle royale-like Tetris 99 is getting some competition. A new Tetris battle royale game, Tetris Royale, is now in development for iOS and Android. The Verge reports that the game is a mobile version of Tetris 99. It will feature a Solo Marathon mode and daily reward challenges, alongside its 100-player

Super Mario Maker 2 Brings Back An Obscure Power-Up

Super Mario Maker 2 is now available on Nintendo Switch. Not only does the game feature nearly all of the tools available in its Wii U predecessor, it adds a ton of new features and items to tinker around with as well, such as some classic Mario enemies like the Angry Sun. But while the

Steam Summer Sale Wish List Promotion Was So Confusing Valve Apologized

Steam has apologized and clarified its Steam Grand Prix promotion as part of the Steam summer sale, after widespread confusion led to unintended consequences. The promotion promised free games for random members of the winning team each day. The freebies would be the top game from the user’s wish list, but some players believed that

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Holding Special Event This Weekend

You can earn some extra spell energy and XP in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite this weekend, thanks to a special event. An alert in the mobile game tells players about an upcoming Task Force Emergency, prompting all the wizards and witches to heed the call and lend a hand. “A Task Force Emergency approaches! On

Steam Apologizes For Confusion Around Summer Sale Wish List Promotion

Steam has apologized and clarified its Steam Grand Prix promotion as part of the Steam summer sale, after widespread confusion led to unintended consequences. The promotion promised free games for random members of the winning team each day. The freebies would be the top game from the user’s wish list, but some players believed that