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Konami’s Metal Gear Survive quickly hits players with a reason to pay extra money on top of the game’s $39.99 asking price by restricting the number of character save slots. Players have access to just one slot, while three additional character slots are locked behind an in-game currency purchase. Naturally, that in-game purchase isn’t sitting well with some Metal Gear fans. And it’s not the only questionable Metal Gear Survive microtransaction either. The game is replete with ways to spend small amounts of money. Purchasing additional character save slots in Metal Gear Survive requires spending SV Coins, the game’s unique currency. Konami is selling those coins in batches as small as 100 (for $0.99) up to 6,000 (for $49.99). Unlocking an additional save slot requires dropping 1,000 SV Coins, which means you’ll have to pay roughly $10. (And if you do pay $9.99, you’ll get 1,150 SV Coins. There’s no option to just buy a nice, round 1,000 … [Read more...] about Metal Gear Survive’s extra character save slots cost $10
Bioware is offering a free premium trial in Star Wars The Old Republic to anyone who receives a referral link from their friends. This is part of "The Friends of Star Wars The Old Republic" program. Active Premium players or Subscribers will have a personal referral link to send to their friends. To qualify, their friends must never have had a Star Wars The Old Republic account. If they have been Premium players before, they still qualify if they have not subscribed within 90 days of the referral. If their friends become a Premium player within 14 days of signing up using the referral link, they will receive 500 Bonus Cartel Coins plus 100 Cartel Coins for every month that your referred friend remains a Premium player, as well as special in-game rewards including the Kurtob Alliance Speeder and adventurous Battle Droid. As for referred friends, newcomers to Star Wars The Old Republic can play up to Level 50 with no time limit as a Free-to-Play player. They will also … [Read more...] about Star Wars The Old Republic Free Premium Trial Now Available
Nintendo has announced full details of its massive, free new update for Xenoblade Chronicles 2, due to arrive on Switch next week. Update Ver. 1.3.0, as it's called, is primarily focussed on delivering a New Game Plus mode. However, according to Monolith Soft's Tetsuya Takahashi in the latest production notes, New Game Plus is "more than just a way for people who have cleared the game to play through it a second time" - it introduces a number of key new features too. For instance (the lightest of spoilers ahead, incidentally), when you play Xenoblade Chronicles 2 in New Game Plus, the Blades encountered in the kingdom of Torna - namely, Obrona, Sever, Perdido, and Cressidus - will be to able to join your party as Blades. The same is true for their Drivers, Akhos, Patroka, and Mikhail. They can join your party in two ways while playing New Game Plus - either automatically once you meet them or by resonating Core Crystals. "As you might expect", says Takahashi, "you could potentially get … [Read more...] about Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s massive New Game Plus mode update is due next week
1080p isn't enough for you. 60 fps? Eh, that's a baseline. High settings? Hell no. Ultra all the way. If those are your demands for PC gaming, you need a high-end gaming PC: a system built for 1440p at ultra settings. A system that can hit 144 fps in competitive games. A system that doesn't break the bank, but still completely dwarfs the performance of the PS4 or the Xbox One. PC build guidesThe best cheap gaming PC (<$500/£500) - Our alternative to buying a console.The best budget gaming PC (~$750/£750) - A good entry-level system.The best gaming PC (~$1,250/£1,250) - Our recommended midrange build for most gamers.The best high-end gaming PC (~$2,000/£2,000) - Everything a gamer could want.The best extreme gaming PC (>$3,000/£3,000) - You won the lotto and are going all-in on gaming.PC Gamer’s high-end PC build guide is aimed at a price tier of around $2,000 / £2,000, but we're not afraid to go a bit higher if we feel it's justified. … [Read more...] about Build guide: The best high-end gaming PC