New Call Of Duty Appears To Be Black Ops: Cold War

New Call Of Duty Appears To Be Black Ops: Cold War

Like usual for the Call of Duty series, this year’s game has apparently leaked ahead of its official announcement. While Activision has already confirmed a new Call of Duty is coming this year, it hasn’t shared any details whatsoever, and we’d usually know by this point in the year when the next game would be releasing and what it would be called. However, according to a tweet that has since been corroborated by Eurogamer, this year’s game will be called Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This would be the fifth main game in the sub-series, and it will apparently be going back to the time period that made the games famous. What we don’t know, however, is how closely it will follow the original game, or if it will be a completely new beast.The Black Ops Cold War name first appeared on Twitter by leaker Okami13, and Eurogamer has since reported it’s heard the same news from its sources. This means that much like 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, developer Treyarch is going back to where Call of Duty: Black Ops started–a stark change from the future-based warfare the Black Ops series traded in with its third and fourth installments.The Cold War setting has already been teased in Call of Duty: Warzone, with reported plans for the battle royale to eventually reveal the game in its entirety. Players have found a Cold War spyplane by glitching through walls. The reveal might have tied into the ongoing mystery behind the many vault doors in Warzone currently.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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Animal Crossing 1.2.1 Update Out Now, Here Are The Changes

Animal Crossing 1.2.1 Update Out Now, Here Are The Changes

A new update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available, but it doesn’t make any major changes to the game. According to the patch notes on Nintendo’s support website, the 1.2.1 update “addressed issues to further ensure an enjoyable gaming experience.” The notes don’t delve into any specific changes, but one of the issues that appears to have been resolved is the item duplication glitch.You’ll need to install the latest update to continue playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons online. If the update isn’t installed automatically, you can do so manually by highlighting the game’s icon on the Switch dashboard, pressing the Plus button, and then selecting Software Update.New Horizons is in the midst of its Stamp Rally event to celebrate International Museum Day. The event runs through May 31 and has you collecting stamps from different stations that are hidden around the museum’s fish, fossil, and insect exhibits.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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Apple TV's Central Park: Series Premiere Review

Apple TV's Central Park: Series Premiere Review

The following is a spoiler-free review for the first two episodes of Central Park Season 1, which is now streaming on Apple TV+. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] For all of the money Apple has been pumping into its still-infant delivery service, we’ve yet to see many shows that radiate with enough creativity to pull our attention from Apple TV+’s more established competitors. Central Park, though, is one of those shows. It’s an animated comedy, which is nothing new in itself, but get this: It’s also a full-blown musical with all only a handful of spoken lines dropped before its cast bursts into songs about everything from superheroes to scooping poop. Its art style is an instant tip-off that it’s from some of the same folks who gave us Bob’s Burgers, but Apple’s massive cash piles allow it to be animated with a fluidity we never saw in co-producer Loren Bouchard’s previous show. For one of the first times on Apple TV, here’s an example of Apple putting all that money to excellent use. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/03/10/central-park-trailer-first-look-at-apple-tvs-animated-musical-comedy”] As in Bob’s Burgers, a lot of the action centers on a quirky family, in this case the family of Central Park manager Owen (Leslie Odom, Jr.), who lives in a sweet “castle” in the park’s heart. We also meet Paige, his journalist wife (Kathryn Hahn)—who works for “the number one most left-on-the-subway paper in the city,” his two kids (Kristen Bell and Tituss Burgess), and a lovable busker (Josh Gad) who creeps on them by peeping through their house’s windows. (It’s totally cool, he tells us; after all, he’s the narrator!) Considering how many songs drop in each episode, I’m impressed by how catchy they are. It’s hard enough to come up with a single good musical episode — as The Magicians did so memorably in 2018 — but the two episodes I saw included everything from the showboating numbers expected from musicals to lightweight raps. Much of Central Park’s humor, in fact, comes from silly couplets like this: “Papa, I believe this puppy’s heaven-sent / I promise to pick up his every excrement.” Yes, in true Bob’s Burgers fashion, the poop jokes are as plentiful as gritty gum on Manhattan sidewalks. Beyond that, the musical approach works so well because the actual singing is delightful, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as Kristen Bell famously voiced Frozen’s Anna, while Odom and Daveed Diggs…
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Animal Crossing Turnips Guide: How To Master New Horizons' Stalk Market

Animal Crossing Turnips Guide: How To Master New Horizons' Stalk Market

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has an interesting economy, to say the least. If you’ve been playing the game for at least a few days, you’ve likely sold fruit, bugs, fish, and various random items to make a quick bell. This will get you by for a bit, but you’ll need to get better income sources as your house payments start to balloon and you have to make larger infrastructure improvements around town. That’s where the “stalk market”– the game’s take on the stock market–comes into play. Animal Crossing: New Horizons lets you trade in a high-risk and high-reward speculation system, and with interest rates recently reduced for savings, you’ll need to make the most of it. Named for the turnips you’re buying and selling, the stalk market is a finicky thing. But you can stand to make major profits if you keep an eye on Timmy and Tommy’s prices and know when to sell. We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about Animal Crossing’s turnip trade, from how to buy turnips to the types of stalk market patterns you should look out for and our best tips.For more financial tips, check out our guide to making money in New Horizons.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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