Blades can be grindy, so it's no surprise Elder Scrolls Blades hacks and cheats exist for people looking for… less legitimate ways to progress. These are hacks that modify your game to speed up progress or make quests much easier. In this Elder Scrolls Blades hacks guide we’ll go through the kind of cheats that exist and why you should probably avoid downloading them onto your phone.Elder Scrolls Blades tips | How to earn Elder Scrolls Blades Gems | Elder Scrolls Blades ArmorWhat are Elder Scrolls: Blades hacks?Elder Scrolls Blades has only been in Early Access for a matter of months, but there’s already a boatload of hacks touching nearly every aspect of the free-to-play game. You can find hacks for unlimited gems, unlimited chests, unlimited gold, God Mode, damage boosts and more advertised online, mostly through player forums and YouTube videos. Some players have also reported being approached by hack creators on both Reddit and Discord via private messages, … [Read more...] about Elder Scrolls Blades hacks explained: what do cheats and mods do and what are the risks?
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The Elder Scrolls: Blades is now playable for everyone: no need to register for early access or even to log in with a Bethesda.net account. Bethesda's mobile take on the Elder Scrolls formula first went into early access in March, and though it's still technically in a pre-release state, anybody with a supported iOS or Android device is now free to download the app and start playing.You can download The Elder Scrolls: Blades on the iOS App Store here or on Android's Google Play here. Most of the game's files will download via an in-game update rather than through the download store, so make sure you open it up and get it going while you're on good wifi.Early Access for all! #Blades is now open to all players—no Bethesda net account required.Play now via @AppStoreGames or @GooglePlay: https://t.co/9eIZWnRF3E pic.twitter.com/gAH1epmqDDMay 2, 2019Bethesda said when it first announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades that the game would also likely come to PC and consoles, but it hasn't … [Read more...] about The Elder Scrolls: Blades is now playable for everybody on iOS and Android
The biggest Elder Scrolls: Blades patch notes just got rid of the worst feature ever: chest timers. The microtransaction-pushing mechanic was excised from The Elder Scrolls: Blades in version 1.5 which dropped today, and the same update added other player-friendly changes to the way Blades awards loot as well as new social features. If you liked Blades but bounced off of it as soon as the timers started stacking up, you may want to give it another shot.By far the most important change in The Elder Scrolls: Blades version 1.5 is the death of chest timers. The way they worked before, you would either need to wait hours between unlocking the most lucrative loot-filled chests or pay up with microtransactions to skip the timer. Worse still, you could only hold on to a certain number of chests at a time, so either you had to pay to skip the timers, pay to increase your chest storage, or resign yourself to missing out on rewards you earned. Or you could just stop playing.On top of letting … [Read more...] about The Elder Scrolls: Blades nixes chest timers and adds PvP in one big update
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was a major success in 2017 when it scored well with critics and went on to make a gargantuan $962 million at the global box office. The sequel, The Next Level, opens in theatres on December 13 behind a lot of anticipation and hype.Reviews for the big-budget action film, which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and Karen Gillan, have begun to appear online. To help you decide if it's worth your time, we're collecting excerpts from reviews into a roundup so you can get a glimpse at the critical reception quickly.Like the 2017 film, The Next Level sees a group of teens--and this time a pair of old men played by Danny DeVito and Danny Glover--get sucked into the video game Jumanji. In the jungle world of Jumanji they take on different avatars of younger people. An adventure full of action and silliness ensues.Crazy Rich Asians star Awkwafina and Game of Thrones actor Rory McCann also join the cast for The Next Level, while Nick Jonas … [Read more...] about Jumanji: The Next Level Review Roundup — Here’s What The Critics Are Saying
Gears of War: Judgment is a third-person shooter. That may seem like stating the obvious, but it's perhaps the game's most refreshing aspect. We've been bombarded with increasingly top-heavy blockbuster games as this elongated hardware generation wheezes along, but Judgment suffers from none of the feature creep that has weighed down the likes of Assassin's Creed, Dead Space and Tomb Raider.Our thick-necked COG soldiers simply pick weapons up off the ground. They don't build them, or craft accessories for them, or upgrade them with XP points. They're not distracted from the war against the Locusts to collect pages from notebooks or pick 10 mushrooms. Nor do they have a cosy domestic hub, and if they did you can bet they wouldn't give a s*** how it was decorated. The world they inhabit is one of relentless forward progression, in which only two things matter: shooting the enemy and not letting them shoot you back. Yes, Gears of War: Judgment is a third-person shooter, and is all the … [Read more...] about Gears of War: Judgment review