Rockstar gets search and seizure warrant for homes of alleged GTA 5 cheaters

about X hours ago from
Rockstar gets search and seizure warrant for homes of alleged GTA 5 cheaters

Rockstar Games and its parent company Take-Two Interactive have successfully sought search and seizure orders from the Australian Federal Court in relation to alleged Grand Theft Auto 5 cheaters, Torrent Freak (via the BBC) reports. Two properties in Melbourne, Australia are said to have been entered, with five players said to have been involved with the now offline cheat software 'Infamous'.

Diablo 4 won't be at BlizzCon, according to new Blizzard blog

about X hours ago from
Diablo 4 won't be at BlizzCon, according to new Blizzard blog

For the last two years, the lead up to BlizzCon has ushered in a new round of Diablo 4 announcement rumors. And the rumors are back in earnest this year, of course, but this time they've been prompted by some pretty compelling evidence: the release of the BlizzCon showroom floor map. 

The next Rainbow Six Siege update will fix some annoying exploits

about X hours ago from
The next Rainbow Six Siege update will fix some annoying exploits

A new Rainbow Six Siege patch deploying sometime this week fixes two abnormal bugs that have vexed players since the release of Operation Grim Sky last month: a bug that would make a player completely invisible and an exploit on the Oregon map. What’s missing from the Y3S3 1.2 patch, however, are any balancing changes to operators.

Loot Crate launches an indie game subscription service

about X hours ago from
Loot Crate launches an indie game subscription service

Loot Crate and Chrono.gg have announced the launch of a new subscription service called Loot Play that brings subscribers five "high quality, highly curated" indie games each month. Each "crate" will be delivered on the 17th of every month in the form of Steam codes, which means the games are yours to keep even if you cancel your subscription. 

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 price, deals, and where to buy

about X hours ago from
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 price, deals, and where to buy

Nvidia's embargo on performance numbers for the GeForce RTX 2070 is now in the rear view mirror, and there are plenty of reviews to help you decide if this is the right graphics card for you. If you decide it is—which also means betting on real-time ray tracing and DLSS performance being acceptable with supported games arrive—then the next step is figuring out which specific SKU to buy, and where you can find the best deal. Well, we're here to help.

Skin Deep is a stealth shooter that simulates sneezing and the dangers of bare feet

about X hours ago from
Skin Deep is a stealth shooter that simulates sneezing and the dangers of bare feet

Blendo Games, the indie studio nom de guerre of Brendon Chung that's given us games including Atom Zombie Smasher, Thirty Flights of Loving, Quadrilateral Cowboy, and Flotilla 2, is working on a new project called Skin Deep. It's an "immersive first person shooter," but perhaps not in the way you might expect: Highlights, as seen in the announcement trailer, including sneezing at inopportune times and picking broken glass out of your feet. 

Obsidian says it's 'very doubtful' that it will make another Fallout game

about X hours ago from
Obsidian says it's 'very doubtful' that it will make another Fallout game

Fallout: New Vegas, developed by Obsidian, is generally held to be the best of the Bethesda-era Fallout games. Some people even believe (erroneously) that it's the best of them all. And Obsidian has previously expressed enthusiasm for the property: Designer Eric Fenstermaker tweeted in 2016 that "most of [Obsidian] generally are" up for taking on a new Fallout because it's a "really fun property to work on," and CEO Feargus Urquhart said last year that he'd "love to do another Fallout."