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Blizzard is taking Overwatch to the moon with teases for a new map and hero

Added: 30.05.2017 10:30 | 1 views | 0 comments


Blizzard have started teasing a new map which could ship Overwatch to the moon. As well as a less friendly companion for Winston.

From: www.criticalhit.net

Overwatch’s next map is set on the moon (probably)

Added: 30.05.2017 9:03 | 1 views | 0 comments


As the comes off its first week, it seems like Blizzard still have more to show. An update on the official website a few hours ago provided an in-universe news story about the lunar base, Horizon, where Winston was genetically experimented upon. It’s overrun by super-gorillas, obviously.
In more meta news, continue to cause drama in the community. Overwatch horizon lunar colony
The full story, already having been fully mined for information by the community, gives some run up to the disaster that caused the base to lose contact with Earth, without explaining what that disaster actually was. Various characters are introduced, including human scientists and their many test subjects - the primates that were getting a bit out of control.

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New Overwatch content seems imminent, following cryptic new Blizzard post

Added: 30.05.2017 3:21 | 2 views | 0 comments

It could be a map based on the moon.

From: www.pcgamer.com

Blizzard is listening to your Overwatch anniversary loot box reward complaints

Added: 29.05.2017 14:44 | 0 views | 0 comments

If you've been trying to unlock those promised Overwatch Anniversary legendary skins, and you've been wondering why all you get are emotes and voice lines, then here's a consolation - Blizzard is listening to complaints.

From: n4g.com

Hob sees the makers of Torchlight trading Diablo for Zelda

Added: 29.05.2017 11:00 | 2 views | 0 comments


Metal in games is almost always the same kinds of metal: iron or steel, a flash of dented silver with a speckle of rust and a scattering of rivets. In , however, the metal of choice is copper, and copper turns out to be transformative. Hob takes place in an ancient, long dormant machine world. A world in which nature - weird, prickly nature - has staged a comeback, in which grass has grown around vast diodes and escapements and plug sockets that litter the landscape. Copper pokes out of the ground everywhere, and gives a weird alien shape to the spine of each outcropping, each mini-mountain. Beautiful copper, somehow warm and somehow, well, ancient.
Hob is the latest from Runic Games, the developer behind Torchlight and Torchlight 2. Those were both beloved action RPGs, in the style of Diablo, and - due to Runic's founding members, who worked on those games at Blizzard - from the same lineage as Diablo too. Hob is a bit of a departure. It's still sort of a top-downish affair, even if the camera is tilted a bit to give a wider view of the landscape, but it takes its main cues from a different kind of action RPG tradition. Hob feels a lot like Zelda, from the brisk sword-swipe combat to the grass you can hack through to regain health orbs, and even the secondary meter that powers what amount to magic attacks and special abilities. Combat itself seems pleasantly sparse, however. Instead, beneath that thin coating of whacking things around is a distinctly Hyrulian emphasis on exploration of the old and numinous. And beneath that you hit the bedrock of an intricate world that doesn't so much house puzzles as feel like one giant puzzle in its own right.
I played through a short demo late last week, and I'm still thinking about it. We're a little way into the game, and exploring a stretch of grassland, stone and copper erupting out of the ground to form gently curving mountains and towers. The protagonist in this world is a lithe robo-person in a red cloak, and their job, it seems, is to bring ancient things back online. This means manipulating the environment in some extremely satisfying ways, moving the entire face of a cliff around so you can scale it, for example, removing the vast chains that hold a huge wall in place, or leaving the overworld behind entirely and descending deep into various subterranean dungeons in order to bring hidden lands back to the surface.

From: www.eurogamer.net

Blizzard is listening to your Overwatch anniversary loot box reward complaints

Added: 29.05.2017 6:46 | 2 views | 0 comments

If you've been trying to unlock those promised Overwatch Anniversary legendary skins, and you've been wondering why all you get are emotes and voice lines, then here's a consolation - Blizzard is listening to complaints.

From: n4g.com

Overwatch Anniversary update accidentally broke Reinhardt, Blizzard investigating

Added: 29.05.2017 6:30 | 2 views | 0 comments


The latest Overwatch event update has brought with it many cool and exciting additions to the game. Unfortunately, it's also brought along one major bug for everybody's favourite hammer-swinging, David Hasselhoff-loving knight.

From: www.criticalhit.net

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