Destiny 2: How To Get The Jotunn Exotic Fusion Rifle

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Destiny 2: How To Get The Jotunn Exotic Fusion Rifle

The final Forge of The Black Armory, Bergusia, is now available to Destiny 2 players. The opening of the Bergusia Forge has provided players with the final steps of the Mystery Box Exotic weapon quest, allowing them to finally unlock the powerful Izanagi's Burden sniper rifle. But the Izanagi sniper isn't the only awesome new gun to come with the final forge--it's also given players access to the Exotic weapon known as Jotunn.

Like all Exotics, Jotunn is a special weapon and there's nothing else quite like it in Destiny 2. The fusion rifle looks more like the arm-mounted blasters belonging to Mega Man or Metroid's Samus Aran than a Destiny gun. It also fires a powerful, tracking blast that makes it devastating in the Crucible, which is great news since this week sees the return of the Iron Banner competitive event.

The good news for Destiny 2 players is that getting Jotunn is nowhere near as complicated as tracking down guns like Whisper of the Worm or Izanagi's Burden. The bad news is that whether you wind up with Jotunn is also dependent on luck. But there are certain things you have to do to get the gun at all. Here's everything you need to know to earn Jotunn and start bringing some Nordic pain to other players.

Black Ops 4 Zombies Update And Event Now Live

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Black Ops 4 Zombies Update And Event Now Live

Treyarch has rolled out a new update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. As the developer previously detailed, all three of the game's modes have gotten some attention with this week's patch, but the most was saved for Zombies, which has received a new in-game event and other content.

Beginning January 15, Treyarch is holding a 115 Day Celebration in Zombies--a reference to the element used to create the undead monsters in Black Ops lore. During the event, players will receive twice the normal amount of XP, weapon XP, and Nebulium Plasma. The 115 Day Celebration is live on all platforms and is scheduled to end at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM GMT on January 18.

Additionally, PS4 players can now take on Gauntlets in Zombies mode. Treyarch describes these as "30-round challenges with unique rules governing gameplay in each round." Players will earn medals and rewards depending on how many rounds they're able to complete, as well as a "unique reward" for their Emblem if they manage to clear round 30 without failing.

Disney's Live-Action Pinocchio Movie Reportedly Loses Director, Status In Question

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Disney's new live-action Pinocchio movie has suffered what sounds like a major setback. Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey said in a new interview that director Paul King (Paddington 1 and 2), pulled out of the project over the holidays for family reasons.

McGarvey told Discussing Film that King personally chose him to be the cinematographer for the Pinocchio movie, so now that he's out, it means McGarvey is as well. He initially said the Pinocchio movie "has been canceled," but he went on to say that Disney is looking for a new director, and then production may start again. Or it might not, McGarvey said.

"I don't think it's a secret anymore, but the film has been canceled. Over the holidays, over Christmas, the director pulled out of the film for family reasons," he explained. "Disney are trying to find a new director. They're trying to get it going but I'm unlikely to be involved now because Paul King, who directed Paddington 1 and 2, wanted me to be his [director of photography] on the film.

2K And NBA Agree To Huge New Deal Estimated At More Than $1 Billion

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2K Sports and the NBA have announced a major extension on their licensing deal for the NBA 2K series in a move that's said to be worth north of $1 billion.

The official line is that this is a "significant, multiyear global partnership extension." Terms were not disclosed, but The Wall Street Journal reports that Take-Two, which owns 2K, is set to pay as much as $1.1 billion over seven years to the NBA and its players' union. That information is credited to a source who is said to have knowledge of the deal.

According to the report, the $1.1 billion over seven years is "more than double" what Take-Two paid the NBA for its previous licensing deal that was announced in 2011. The figure is said to be based on a percentage of sales of NBA 2K games.

Fortnite Season 8 Is Approaching, So Of Course A Mysterious Orb Has Shown Up

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Fortnite Season 8 Is Approaching, So Of Course A Mysterious Orb Has Shown Up

Something strange is once again afoot in Fortnite. With only a few weeks remaining in Season 7, it appears developer Epic has already begun laying the groundwork for Season 8 of Battle Royale mode, as players have discovered a couple of mysterious new objects around the map.

Perhaps the most notable is a strange, icy sphere that can be seen floating above the castle in Polar Peak, the new snowy mountain introduced at the start of Season 7. At the moment the sphere is simply floating in the air, but its sudden, inexplicable appearance is certainly reminiscent of the infamous purple cube that materialized last summer and ultimately led up to the start of Season 6.

The sphere isn't the only strange object to mysteriously appear in Fortnite. Players have managed to destroy the iceberg near Happy Hamlet, revealing a bunker underneath--although it's unclear where it leads or what purpose it serves. On top of that, players have spotted mysterious, giant eggs locked in prison cells beneath Polar Peak's castle.

After Fortnite Lawsuits, Forza Horizon 4 Removes Carlton And Floss Dance Emotes

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A new update for Microsoft's racing game Forza Horizon 4 removes the "Carlton" and "Floss" dance emotes, which are similar to the ones that led to lawsuits against Epic over their use in Fortnite. Microsoft quietly removed the dance emotes in the Xbox One and PC game's latest update. The patch notes posted on the Forza website only state that "The 'Carlton' and 'Floss' avatar emotes are no longer available."

Microsoft provided no explanation for why the dance emotes were removed, but it seems likely that the company saw what happened with Fortnite and wanted to avoid legal action being taken against its game. This is only guesswork, and we've contacted Microsoft in an attempt to get more details on why the emotes were removed.

Alfonso Ribeiro, the actor from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, sued Epic Games for using "The Carlton" in Fortnite, while Backpack Kid also sued Epic for using "Floss" in the game. Those cases, which seek to see the game stop using the emotes and pay damages, are ongoing. Epic has also been sued by rapper Terrence Ferguson, who claims Epic stole his Milly Rock dance for Fortnite's "Swipe It" emote.