The previously announced free weekend is now underway for Overwatch
Blizzard's multiplayer first-person shooter. Here's a reminder of all this
Attention, recruits! If you haven't already had the opportunity
to suit up and save the world as one of the heroes of Overwatch, now's your
From September 22–25, we're calling on all prospective agents: assemble your
team and dive in during the Overwatch Free Weekend on PC, PlayStation 4, or Xbox
For this free weekend, we're making Overwatch's full roster of 25 heroes and 16
maps available for play in a variety of modes, including Quick Play, Custom
Games, and the Arcade. Players will also have the ability to level up, earn Loot
Boxes, and unlock a variety of different customization options.
Plus, if you decide to purchase Overwatch after test driving the game, you'll
get to keep any progress that you made during the weekend—just be sure to use
the same Blizzard, Sony Entertainment, or Xbox Live account that you played on.
For more details and to learn how you can participate, read on below!
A new trailer
shows off boss bounties from this cyberpunk shooter that's due for
release on Tuesday. The clip shows off four bosses like a boss (the bit about
"adamantium claws" seems oddly familiar). Here's word:
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Still in production. One of NagaShiwa Corps’ first and most successful designs.
Different models are fashioned after different animals, armed with all kinds of
killing tools, from adamantium claws to grenades; the mythical Minotaur being
the favorite. Slow and crude but strong as hell, heavy cyborgs can rip you a new
Like most of the brainwashed Triad troops, not much is known about his origin.
He goes by many aliases, but is listed as Shadow on INTERPOL’s latest terrorist
watch list. No one younger has been accused of committing more murders.
Currently, he is wanted for genocide and crimes against humanity.
War criminal wanted for civilian mass executions during the 2054 Balkan
Uprising. His augments are antiques, but still frighteningly effective. Also
wanted for armed robbery, aggravated assault, and extortion.
An enormous, sentient machine, Mother powers Heaven’s sprawling security
network. She can assume control of almost any device or machine in any
environment she’s connected to. She’s developed a particularly ruthless, even
sadistic personality that makes her frighteningly effective. She likes
subjecting her adversaries to sick games before their final execution. Her power
Publisher gamigo announces plans for an English-language version of Ironsight
saying they are bringing this Windows multiplayer first-person shooter to the west from South
Korea early next year. The Ironsight
is online, and you should head over if you are interested in signing
up for closed beta testing in November. Here's
an announcement trailer
showing off high-tech gameplay in the near future. Here are some
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Global publisher gamigo AG is thrilled to announce today the upcoming
English-language release of the multiplayer online Windows PC shooter Ironsight,
developed by South Korea’s Wiple Games. Publisher gamigo AG has proudly acquired
the publishing rights for the South Korean fan-favorite Ironsight and aims to
deliver the game’s intense and realistic next-gen first-person-shooter
experience to western audiences in early 2018 for Windows PC. Ahead of its
official launch, gamers can sign-up for the November Ironsight closed beta at
www.ironsightgame.com, the game’s
Ironsight is set in 2025, as war rages over Earth’s last remaining natural
resources between armed forces and private military companies (PMCs) equipped
with cutting-edge weapons and drone systems. As the democratization of the
Middle East progressed, western governments joined forces to establish the North
Atlantic Forces (NAF) to secure the territory’s resources and rebuild North
America and Western Europe. In direct response, eastern nations formed the
Energy Development Enterprise Network (EDEN), enlisting PMCs to protect Middle
Eastern resource-gathering facilities. This bitter struggle for power ignites a
worldwide conflict the likes mankind has never seen.
“Ironsight immediately won us over with its compelling, high-quality core
shooter gameplay, delivering tremendous polish and refinement, and we are
delighted to work with Wiple Games to bring this enticing free-to-play title to
western audiences,” said Jens Knauber, COO of gamigo AG. “The addition of
Ironsight to our portfolio demonstrates our deep commitment to core gaming and
further broadens the gamigo group’s global publishing lineup.”
Well you wouldn't know it is now autumn by the weather around here. Yesterday
was warm, but today is going to be hot, and the forecast calls for it to
approach 90ºF tomorrow. I'm not complaining, though, as it will be cold soon
enough, so I'll just schvitz and bear it.