report this adThe Division 2 is set to launch next month, but in the meantime, fans have already had a chance to try the game thanks to its private beta. During their time with the private beta, players were able to experience a side mission that actually tasks them with stealing none other than Declaration of Independence itself. The Declaration of Independence, one of the most important documents in United States history, can be found at the National Archive building in The Division 2. Players have to infiltrate the National Archive, kill some baddies, and then grab the important document before it can be destroyed or stolen by enemies. It’s worth pointing out that this is a side mission that players will encounter fairly early in the game, and could be a strong indication of other creative side missions later on in the experience.Of course, not everyone had a chance to play The Division 2 private beta, as it required them to sign up for a code or pre-order the game … [Read more...] about The Division 2 Lets Players Steal the Declaration of Independence
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The Division 2 private beta is in full swing, throwing players into a mid-apocalyptic world of Washington D.C. Early on, the beta asks players to reach the lawn of the White House and take it over as the new Base of Operations for Division agents, where players can craft weapons and get sent on missions — just so we all know what we’re dealing with here. A few hours into the beta’s content, you come across a side quest inside D.C.’s National Archives building. Here, the Division agents are sent on a deeply important mission to ... steal the Declaration of Independence. Players enter the Archive, shoot a bunch of guys who are basically part of a prepper group, shove the entire document into their backpacks (filled with grenades, useless guns, purple knee-pads, etc.), and haul it back to the nearby settlement. This seemingly serious mission evokes something familiar — something that happens as friends are chatting about the changes from Division 1 to … [Read more...] about You can steal the Declaration of Independence in The Division 2
Conflict is the lifeblood of EVE Online, but how players initiate a war is a serious problem. Right now, 50 percent of all wars in EVE Online are instigated by just five corporations (EVE's version of guilds) who are exploiting the system to sow pain and chaos across the virtual galaxy of New Eden. It's become such a problem that, during the annual fan gathering at Las Vegas, CCP Games announced a series of changes to how war is declared and fought in EVE.To understand the issue, you have to understand how wars work in EVE Online. When you read about the enormous, server-shattering battles of EVE Online, those are happening between alliances in player-owned territories within Nullsec space where there is no law. Players are free to kill one another as they please. In the region of Highsec, however, a police force calls CONCORD patrols the skies and punishes players who open fire on others wantonly—unless you bribe CONCORD to look the other way, that is.Players in EVE can purchase … [Read more...] about 50 percent of all wars in EVE Online are started by just 5 groups
EVERY year, families across the US get together to celebrate both Independence Day and the nation's most delicious dishes. Google marked today's holiday in a novel way, by compiling each state's special Fourth of July recipes. How is Google celebrating Independence Day food? Google created an interactive map exploring some of the best food America has to offer. The "Foodle" features highly searched recipes over the last 12 months for each state. It includes a gooey goulash from Michigan and spaghetti squash from Colorado. There are also instructions on how to make a Louisiana-style gumbo and Maine apple pie. What is Independence Day? Independence Day celebrates America’s independence from the British Empire. In 1775, the 13 colonies that made up America declared a war of independence against Britain. The British had inhabited America since 1587 and exploited their resources such as tobacco and tea. Tensions began to rise between the British and Americans as the British Government … [Read more...] about 4th of July 2018 Google Doodle – here’s how the search engine is celebrating Independence Day food
Submissions are now officially open for the 2018 Independent Games Festival, the signature competition for indie games, to be held for its 20th year during GDC 2018 in San Francisco next March. The deadline for all submissions to the IGF this year will be October 2nd, with finalists announced in early January 2018. Finalists' games will once again be playable at the packed IGF Pavilion on the Game Developers Conference 2018 Expo Floor, and will compete for over $50,000 in prizes. As per normal, these awards include the Excellence in Visual Art, Audio, Design and Narrative Awards, which will have six finalists each, with the winner getting $3,000 in each category. There will also be six finalists for the $30,000 Seumas McNally Grand Prize. This year also sees the return of the Best Student Game award ($3,000 prize), and the special Nuovo Award ($3,000, eight finalists) will be offered again to honor the game title that 'makes the jurors think differently about games as a medium'. … [Read more...] about The 2018 Independent Games Festival submissions are now open!