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While Far Cry 5 took place entirely in the rural but dangerous Hope County, the DLC has been eager to stretch its legs by taking place in far off places. The newest DLC, Lost on Mars, takes players into space onto the red planet.

Lost on Mars is the second piece of DLC for Far Cry 5, following the Hours of Darkness Vietnam DLC, and takes Far Cry 5's Nick Rye and series veteran Hurk to Mars via a blue levitating light to stop an alien invasion at its origin. You can check out the teaser trailer below.

The DLC is part of the season pass and will be available on July 17. If you want to hear what we thought about the last DLC for Far Cry 5, Hours of Darkness, you can check out our conversation about it here.

about X hours ago from

While Far Cry 5 took place entirely in the rural but dangerous Hope County, the DLC has been eager to stretch its legs by taking place in far off places. The newest DLC, Lost on Mars, takes players into space onto the red planet.

Lost on Mars is the second piece of DLC for Far Cry 5, following the Hours of Darkness Vietnam DLC, and takes Far Cry 5's Nick Rye and series veteran Hurk to Mars via a blue levitating light to stop an alien invasion at its origin. You can check out the teaser trailer below.

The DLC is part of the season pass and will be available on July 17. If you want to hear what we thought about the last DLC for Far Cry 5, Hours of Darkness, you can check out our conversation about it here.

Playtonic Shows First Look At Yooka-Laylee's Demastered Mode

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Playtonic Shows First Look At Yooka-Laylee's Demastered Mode

When Yooka-Laylee, the Banjo & Kazooie spiritual successor developed by Playtonic Games, was originally crowdfunded, one of the stretch goals included a "64-Bit Tonic." This would transform the game into a N64 world of low-res textures and low polygon counts to better evoke the nostalgia of the era.

Today, Playtonic provided an update on this feature with a screenshot of the demaster in progress.

The new mode seemingly looks a bit blurrier and lowers the polygon count by a lot. Playtonic didn't expand on it much beyond the screenshot, but did say they're continuing to work on it.

Playtonic Shows First Look At Yooka-Laylee's Demastered Mode

about X hours ago from
Playtonic Shows First Look At Yooka-Laylee's Demastered Mode

When Yooka-Laylee, the Banjo & Kazooie spiritual successor developed by Playtonic Games, was originally crowdfunded, one of the stretch goals included a "64-Bit Tonic." This would transform the game into a N64 world of low-res textures and low polygon counts to better evoke the nostalgia of the era.

Today, Playtonic provided an update on this feature with a screenshot of the demaster in progress.

The new mode seemingly looks a bit blurrier and lowers the polygon count by a lot. Playtonic didn't expand on it much beyond the screenshot, but did say they're continuing to work on it.

Rinoa Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy As The Newest DLC Fighter

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Rinoa Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy As The Newest DLC Fighter

As part of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT's season pass, Final Fantasy VIII's Rinoa Heartilly is joining the fight in the PlayStation 4 game.

Rinoa fights alongside her dog Angelo and is primarily a zoning character who shoots at enemies using her Blaster Edge. Her ultimate involves growing angel wings and transforming the arena into a flower field that she flies around and shoots the enemy in.

Rinoa is the third of five DLC characters for the season pass, coming after Final Fantasy XII's Caradus Solidor and Final Fantasy VI's Locke Cole.

Rinoa Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy As The Newest DLC Fighter

about X hours ago from
Rinoa Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy As The Newest DLC Fighter

As part of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT's season pass, Final Fantasy VIII's Rinoa Heartilly is joining the fight in the PlayStation 4 game.

Rinoa fights alongside her dog Angelo and is primarily a zoning character who shoots at enemies using her Blaster Edge. Her ultimate involves growing angel wings and transforming the arena into a flower field that she flies around and shoots the enemy in.

Rinoa is the third of five DLC characters for the season pass, coming after Final Fantasy XII's Caradus Solidor and Final Fantasy VI's Locke Cole.

The Llamas And Burgers From Fortnite Are Invading Our World

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The Llamas And Burgers From Fortnite Are Invading Our World

It seems that the Fortnite weirdness never ends, as photographer Sela Shiloni found our missing Durr Burger in the middle of the California desert. What originally seemed like it could only be the product of photoshop turned out to be very real, and very strange.

What.... is this... I’m in the middle of the desert why is this here??? pic.twitter.com/oTMiGc0Wno

Shiloni posted more images and video on twitter, showing more hints as to the possible future of the game in season five. Nothing screams safe like walking up to a giant burger only to see signs that say "This site is unstable. Beware of possible effects." Despite this, Shiloni risked life and limb and possible burger tumors to get closer and share his discovery on Twitter. 

The Llamas And Burgers From Fortnite Are Invading Our World

about X hours ago from
The Llamas And Burgers From Fortnite Are Invading Our World

It seems that the Fortnite weirdness never ends, as photographer Sela Shiloni found our missing Durr Burger in the middle of the California desert. What originally seemed like it could only be the product of photoshop turned out to be very real, and very strange. 

Shiloni posted more images and video on twitter, showing more hints as to the possible future of the game in season five. Nothing screams safe like walking up to a giant burger only to see signs that say "This site is unstable. Beware of possible effects." Despite this, Shiloni risked life and limb and possible burger tumors to get closer and share his discovery on Twitter. 

What.... is this... I’m in the middle of the desert why is this here??? pic.twitter.com/oTMiGc0Wno

A Flying Joyride Ends In A Ban For Popular PUBG Streamer

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A Flying Joyride Ends In A Ban For Popular PUBG Streamer

Although Fortnite may dominate the headlines, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds still enjoys a more than healthy streaming population. However, one of the game's most popular players was banned from his account last night after hopping in a flying car and soaring across the map.

Shroud, the second-most-followed streamer on Twitch, decided to ride shotgun in a hacker's flying car while playing PUBG last night. Despite being high-profile enough to have weapon skins with his own logo in the game, Shroud was hit with a one-month ban for his activity. 

"I was trying to have a good time," Shroud says. "Obviously I knew what the f--- I was doing. Which wasn’t a great idea. It seemed like a great idea, but it wasn’t a great idea."

A Flying Joyride Ends In A Ban For Popular PUBG Streamer

about X hours ago from
A Flying Joyride Ends In A Ban For Popular PUBG Streamer

Although Fortnite may dominate the headlines, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds still enjoys a more than healthy streaming population. However, one of the game's most popular players was banned from his account last night after hopping in a flying car and soaring across the map.

Shroud, the second-most-followed streamer on Twitch, decided to ride shotgun in a hacker's flying car while playing PUBG last night. Despite being high-profile enough to have weapon skins with his own logo in the game, Shroud was hit with a one-month ban for his activity. 

"I was trying to have a good time," Shroud says. "Obviously I knew what the f--- I was doing. Which wasn’t a great idea. It seemed like a great idea, but it wasn’t a great idea."