Someone decided to mod a gun into Fallout: New Vegas that fires extremely deadly baseballs

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Someone decided to mod a gun into Fallout: New Vegas that fires extremely deadly baseballs

Guns shoot bullets. This is a well-established standard feature of guns since the invention of guns. Except in some videogames, when guns shoot different things instead of bullets. Maybe sawblades or lasers or, if you wanna get really weird, skunks. This gun, which someone has modded into Fallout: New Vegas nine years after its release, also does not shoot bullets. It shoots baseballs.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood players have already figured out how to get unlimited coins

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood players have already figured out how to get unlimited coins

Wolfenstein: Youngblood has a collectible in-game currency that can be used to purchase items like character skins, weapon upgrades, pep boosts, and consumables. Some of the skins can also be purchased with gold bars, a premium currency available for separate purchase if you don't feel like waiting for the coins to build up. Or, as redditor Calibrono discovered, you can use a cheat to give yourself an unlimited coins and buy every damn thing in the game before you kill your first Nazi.

Don't expect to see a Corsair branded motherboard or GPU anytime soon

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Don't expect to see a Corsair branded motherboard or GPU anytime soon

Corsair may have started off as a memory company, but these days it competes in a much broader set of categories, including storage drives, power supplies, gaming headsets, keyboards, custom coolers, chairs, and more. More recently, Corsair announced the acquisition of Origin PC, an established builder of high-end gaming PCs. The purchase presents a prime opportunity to expand even deeper into the hardware category, but don't hold your breath waiting for any Corsair branded motherboards or graphics cards in the near future.

Squad gets new modding tools and will soon be invaded by Canadians

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Squad gets new modding tools and will soon be invaded by Canadians

Squad, the Early Access tactical FPS, has launched a new set of modding tools and, for those who don't want to tinker, it will soon get its first new faction since the Early Access launch. It's the lovely Canadians, or more specifically the Canadian Armed Forces, which actually started out as a mod.