WoW: Battle For Azeroth Expansion Drops This Summer

WoW: Battle For Azeroth Expansion Drops This Summer

Blizzard has finally confirmed a release window for World of Warcraft’s next expansion, Battle for Azeroth, which is expected to drop this summer. That’s still a bit vague, what with the last Friday of the season falling on September 21, but the good news is pre-orders are now live. Players who pre-order  receive an immediate level 110 character boost, and can “begin the journey to unlock the expansion’s new playable Allied Races,” Blizzard confirmed in an update. Continue reading…
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UK Daily Deals: Xbox One X 1TB With Extra Controller, PUBG and Tom Clancy's The Division for £450

UK Daily Deals: Xbox One X 1TB With Extra Controller, PUBG and Tom Clancy's The Division for £450

  Want IGN UK Deals in your social feeds? Like us on Facebook and follow me on Twitter for the most up-to-date bargains. Xbox One X With Two Games and a Controller for £450 Snag the hottest Xbox One X deal at Argos and save £104.97. Not only will you get an Xbox One X 1TB console, but also Tom Clancy’s The Division, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and an extra controller in orange or pink. You need to add everything to your basket separately via the below links. Continue reading…
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Vermintide 2 Overhauls Loot System From First Game

Vermintide 2 Overhauls Loot System From First Game

Fatshark’s sequel to Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide was announced last year and some big gameplay changes are planned for the sequel, including some much-needed improvements to the loot system. In an interview with PC Gamer, game designer and producer Victor Magnuson said a lot of players felt the loot system in the first game was “too harsh or hard to get good loot.” Despite addressing as many of the concerns as they could, ultimately their hands were tied because some elements “were inherent to how the system was built from the start.” Continue reading…
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