The Tricentennary is nearly upon us, so in order to prepare for the special day, it’s once again time to gather up everything that we know about Fallout 76 since it was revealed at E3 2018. There are a bunch of trailers, some explanations about how it’ll play, and the release dates for both the beta and the game itself. You can find all of this, along with everything else we know about the game so far, including any hidden details that could hint at what is to come. What is Fallout 76’s release date? Fallout 76’s release date is November 14th, and there will also be a public beta (or “Break-it Early Test Application” as they dubbed it). The beta will take place on October 30th for PC and is guaranteed for those who have pre-ordered the game at participating retailers, but access will be drip-fed all the way up to the game’s release date. Two special editions of the game were also announced as well. The Tricentennial … [Read more...] about Fallout 76: release date, beta details, trailers
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GAMERS across the globe are eagerly awaiting the release of addictive video game Fortnite for Android. While it has been available on PC and home consoles for some time, it's only recently hit iOS - and Epic Games have now confirmed it's coming to Android this summer. When is Fortnite available on Android? Fortnite is available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and came out on iOS devices after an invite-only beta in March 2018. Epic Games are yet to confirm an exact date for Fortnite on Android phones but have now confirmed they are targeting August 2018. Epic Games have promised a Battery Saver mode, advanced stat tracking for mobile users, and a reduction in the size of the download needed to play. On iOS, the game takes up approximately 2GB -- compared to 10.3GB for Windows PCs. It is not known at this stage how much space the Fornite Android apk download will take up. According to xna-developers.com, Fortnite Android will be revealed for Samsung Galaxy … [Read more...] about When is Fortnite Android going to be released, will it be on Google Play and does it have crossplay with PS4, Switch or Xbox One?
By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 29 March 2018 09:35 GMT Today’s Fortnite’s “extended downtime” has already kicked off to prepare for the release of patch 3.4. Epic Games previously said that Fortnite’s patch 3.4 is dropping today following extended maintenance. This is now underway, which should give you some time to mull over the changes in the patch. Epic did not say how long this downtime will last, but seeing as it called it extended, it’ll probably take longer than usual. 3.4 is a big update for Fortnite, so it’s understandable. It not only adds the guided missile as a new weapon, it also brings a new version of Sniper Shootout, a new quest for the game’s Save the World PvE portion, and much more. Sniper Shootout v2 now features the recently added hunting rifle, and the crossbow – but the magnum has been removed. There is also no downed state in this mode, so it’s over if you get killed. To celebrate Easter, the grenade … [Read more...] about Fortnite patch 3.4 is big: Sniper Shootout v2, the egg launcher, new Save the World quest added
ASRock hinted a couple of weeks ago that it would soon be muscling in on the graphics card business, and today it made the move official, unveiling a new lineup of Phantom Gaming display adapters based on AMD's Radeon RX 500 series GPUs. "ASRock finally expands into the graphics card field," CEO LL Shiu said. "We are happy and proud to team up with AMD, our strong and reliable partner, and of course we look forward to bringing out more interesting and competitive products in future." Phantom Gaming cards will be available in four flavors to start: The 2GB/4GB Radeon RX 550 and RX 560, and the 8GB Radeon RX 570 and RX 580 models. All four cards will offer DisplayPort (3x on the 570 and 580 models), HDMI, and DVI outputs, and promise "excellent overclocking capabilities," with dual ball-bearing fans and an "extra-large copper-base aluminum alloy composite heat pipe-equipped heatsink design." "The new ASRock Phantom Gaming Series, based on the powerful Radeon RX 500 Series … [Read more...] about ASRock unveils AMD-based Phantom Gaming graphics cards
After a slow start for the original Fortnite, Epic made some changes and added a free battle royale mode, turning a struggling game into an overnight sensation. There's clearly a fine line between homage and copying, but while there are many similarities to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Fortnite takes a decidedly sillier approach to the battle royale genre. Key to this is a willingness to experiment, with limited time game modes, holiday events, and more—not to mention plenty of aesthetic customizations that can be earned/purchased. Battle Royale mode is technically still in Early Access, but with a player base of over 20 million—and as already noted, it's free to try—we felt it was worth checking out how performance is shaping up. Given the somewhat cartoony graphics, you might expect performance to be a non-issue, but that's not entirely true. At the lowest settings, Fortnite can run on just about any PC built in the past five years. Officially, the minimum … [Read more...] about Fortnite Battle Royale performance and settings guide