Borderlands Dev Releases Another Teaser, And This One Really Looks Like Borderlands

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Gearbox Software is headed to PAX East later this month in Boston, and the developer will apparently have a lot to show and discuss. The studio has now released a third teaser image, and this one really looks like Borderlands.

A pixelated photo posted to Gearbox's Twitter account shows what appears to be a Borderlands character staring at ... something in the distance. Despite being fuzzy, the image seems to depict a Borderlands-like setting.

Time to tease another game for PAX! pic.twitter.com/nYXncBmlI9

Fortnite Secret Battle Star Location For Season 8 Week 3 (Discovery Challenge Guide)

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Fortnite Secret Battle Star Location For Season 8 Week 3 (Discovery Challenge Guide)

We're another week deeper into Season 8 of Fortnite, and Epic has rolled out a new set of challenges to complete on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile. Week 3's tasks run the gamut from destroying cacti to searching where the magnifying glass sits on the Treasure Map loading screen, with precious Battle Stars up for grabs for each challenge you complete.

The ostensible reason to clear as many challenges as you can is to level up your Battle Pass and unlock the new Season 8 rewards, but there's an added incentive. If you finish all of the challenges from a given week, you'll complete a related Discovery challenge, which will reward you with a special loading screen that contains a subtle clue pointing to a free Battle Star or Banner--depending on the week--hiding somewhere around the island.

Finish three full weekly sets of challenges in Season 8 and you'll unlock the loading screen below. This one depicts Sidewinder, one of the new skins introduced this season, fleeing a trap-infested temple with a golden serpent artifact under her arm. Look on the back wall just beneath her right elbow, however, and you'll spot the clue--an etching of a temple.

Destiny 2 Thorn Strike: Absolutely Do Not Do This In Savathun's Song

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The quest to unlock Destiny 1's loved and reviled Exotic hand cannon Thorn in Destiny 2 is now live, and some players have already worked their way through to unlock the powerful, legendary gun. The Thorn quest isn't too difficult in general, until you hit the last step: a tougher version of the Savathun's Song Strike that includes a bunch of tough-to-handle modifiers and additions.

The Strike is likely to put most players through their paces, thanks to the modifiers making all the Hive enemies found within it hit a lot harder. We've put together a guide for getting Thorn that can help--beginning with the information you need to actually find the Thorn quest's start--but it's going to come down to grit, gumption, and skill to actually defeat Savathun's Song and the Arbiters to get a Thorn of your very own.

Players have been working over Savathun's Song for quite a while now, and they've gotten pretty good at it. In fact, even in the Nightfall version of the Strike, it's usually possible to hit the boss so hard you kill it in one phase, rather than having to deal with it warping all over the arena and calling in tons of Hive reinforcements. It certainly makes the Strike a lot easier.

Good Boys Review: Basically The Live-Action South Park You Didn't Know You Needed

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Good Boys Review: Basically The Live-Action South Park You Didn't Know You Needed

It was approximately five minutes into the newest Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg-produced comedy Good Boys, where child actor Jacob Tremblay mutters "F*** yeah!" after creating a female avatar with big breasts on a World of Warcraft-like online game and prepares to masturbate, that I realized I was witnessing the world premiere of the live-action South Park movie I never knew I needed.

Your enjoyment of this movie depends heavily on your thoughts on South Park, 11-year-olds cursing, and mistaking anal beads for nunchucks. But like the best episodes of the 22-year-old Comedy Central series, Good Boys isn't only about how many swear words you can fit into a tight 95-minute movie (though it definitely gives South Park's infamous "It Hits the Fan" episode a run for its money). Indeed, the best moments of Good Boys are the little moments when the kids are just being kids, too innocent to realize that the doll they are kissing is not a CPR dummy, and naïve enough to treat an innocent kiss with the gravitas of marriage, while also being reckless enough to run across a busy freeway.

Avengers Endgame: 9 New Theories About The Movie And Future Of The MCU

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Avengers Endgame: 9 New Theories About The Movie And Future Of The MCU


Out of the blue, a second trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped on the morning of March 14, taking the world by surprise. It gave viewers a much better look at what is happening in the MCU after everyone was dusted off by Thanos in Infinity War. We also learned what other superheroes will show up in the movie who haven't appeared in previous videos.

That got us thinking about where Endgame could go. We put our sleuthing caps on, while trapped in our secret underground bunker, and found evidence--some convincing and some not--that suggests Endgame might go in a very different direction than we originally thought.

Some of these theories are as obvious as, "These people aren't around because they got dusted off screen" to as ridiculous as, "Everyone is a Skrull." However, because of these new speculations about Endgame, it undoes a few of our original theories from the first Endgame trailer.

We're kicking things off with the most plausible theories and going deeper down the rabbit hole of insanity from there. It's going to get a little weird, so be prepared. Additionally, there are a few Captain Marvel spoilers weaved into some of these theories.

Avengers: Endgame releases in theaters on April 26, and make sure to check out the latest poster for the upcoming movie.

Avengers Endgame: 9 More Theories About The Movie And Future Of The MCU

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Avengers Endgame: 9 More Theories About The Movie And Future Of The MCU


Out of nowhere, a second trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped on the morning of March 14, taking the world by surprise. It gave viewers a better look at what is happening in the MCU after everyone was dusted off by Thanos in Infinity War. We also learned what other superheroes will show up in the movie who haven't appeared in previous videos.

That got us thinking about where Endgame could go. We put our sleuthing caps on, while trapped in our secret underground bunker, and found evidence--some convincing and some not--that suggests Endgame might go in a very different direction than we originally thought.

Some of these theories are as obvious as, "These people aren't around because they got dusted off screen" to as ridiculous as, "Everyone is a Skrull." However, because of these new speculations about Endgame, it undoes a few of our original theories from the first Endgame trailer.

We're kicking things off with the most plausible theories and going deeper down the rabbit hole of insanity from there. It's going to get a little weird, so be prepared. Additionally, there are a few Captain Marvel spoilers weaved into some of these theories.

Avengers: Endgame releases in theaters on April 26, and make sure to check out the latest poster for the upcoming movie.

Avengers Endgame: Who Is Kate Bishop And Here's Why Everyone Thinks She's In The MCU?

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The latest Avengers: Endgame trailer has fans clamoring about a brief moment on the ol' Barton farm featuring Clint, apparently, teaching a young girl to shoot a bow and arrow in, what we can assume, is the post-Civil War peace before the Snap ruined everything. Comics fans immediately clocked a hidden potential in the otherwise innocuous slice-of-life bit: That girl could be the MCU's take on Kate Bishop, the other Hawkeye.

Or, more likely, it could be Clint's young daughter, Lila, last seen in Age of Ultron.

But let's indulge the possibility for a second and take a look at who, exactly, Kate Bishop is, where she would fit into the MCU, and why everyone is so excited that there's even a slight chance of her being brought into the fold.

Avengers Endgame: Who Is Kate Bishop, Why Do Fans Think She's Coming To The MCU?

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The latest Avengers: Endgame trailer has fans in a tizzy, thanks to a brief moment on the ol' Barton farm featuring Clint, apparently, teaching a young girl to shoot a bow and arrow in, what we can assume, is the post-Civil War peace before the Snap ruined everything. Comics fans immediately clocked a hidden potential in the otherwise innocuous slice-of-life bit: That girl could be the MCU's take on Kate Bishop, the other Hawkeye.

Or, more likely, it could be Clint's young daughter, Lila, last seen in Age of Ultron.

But let's indulge the possibility for a second and take a look at who, exactly, Kate Bishop is, where she would fit into the MCU, and why everyone is so excited that there's even a slight chance of her being brought into the fold.