Today, Epic Games has announced a brand new way to experience the world of Fortnite — Fortnite Creative! Available on December 6 with the launch of Season 7, Fortnite Creative lets players design games, battle friends in new ways, and build the Fortnite of their dreams. It all happens on their own private island where everything they make is saved. Season 7 Battle Pass owners will have access to their own private island for the first week of Season 7. During this early access week Battle Pass owners can invite their friends to play on their island. Starting December 13, … Continue reading Epic Games Announces Fortnite Creative, Private Player Islands
Fortnitemares 2018 is here, featuring all manner of haunting happenings across Fortnite. Skulk in the shadows to scare your way to a Victory Royale or brave hair-raising husks to complete the weekly new missions. Darkness has risen. BATTLE ROYALE During Fortnitemares, you’ll face off against Cube Monsters in a whole new way of playing Battle Royale. Cube Fragments have now appeared on the map and they’re spawning monsters! There are new weapons to fight back against these creepy creatures, like the Six Shooter and Fiend Hunter Crossbow. Take out the Cube Fiends and Fragments to pick up loot, and survive … Continue reading Fortnite’s Fortnightmares Halloween Event Begins
Fortnite is an online video game developed by epic games. It consists of separate packages with different game modes which include Fortnite: Save the World and Fortnite Battle Royale. Both games have been successful thus attracting many players and earning millions of dollars in a month. For you to win consistently in Fortnite, you have to secure a higher ground and score headshot. To get better you need to practice more even if it means losing many games in a row. Discussed below are strategies on how to win Fortnite without building. Play it safe as long as you can … Continue reading The Most Powerful Strategies to Win Fortnite
There have been a very few limited windows in the game industry when true platform crossplay almost happened. But you might have to go back to 56K modems to find them. Really, console crossplay’s time has come, so why is someone dragging it’s feet?
Michael’s back with one of the first games made for the iPhone for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s Infinity Blade!
Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today confirmed that Capcom Game Studio Vancouver, the development studio behind the acclaimed Dead Rising franchise, will begin working with Epic Games to utilize Unreal Engine 4 for its upcoming projects.
Epic will host one of the first titles to develop using their powerful new Unreal Engine 4 at this year’s Develop Conference in Brighton. SKARA—The Blade Remains, a third-person multiplayer versus title, will be showing off its alpha build inside the Epic booth space today and tomorrow. “Everyone who has seen Skara has been impressed by the quality of the graphics and the beautiful environments we have created”, explains Pablo Rodriguez – Skara’s Creative Director. “We are excited about what we are able to create with the new tools and how quickly we can create them.” “We’re a small team … Continue reading SKARA Shows Off New Unreal Engine
Gears of War 3 ends this excellent series not with a bang, but with a whole series of nuclear-sized holy cow moments, all while looking amazing and playing great. Gear heads unite!
Xbox 360 exclusive, Gears of War 3 hit shops with all guns blazing and now dominates the UK charts. After two weeks at number one in the UK, Dead Island has finally been usurped, making Gears 3 the biggest launch of 2011. Gears 3 has almost sold more in its first week than Gears 1 and 2 combined did at launch, making it the seventh largest 360 release of all time.With FIFA 12 out this week in the UK, the reign of Gears 3 could be short-lived, but a great feat nonetheless. Publishers: Microsoft Game Studios Developers: Epic Games, Epic … Continue reading Gears 3 Biggest Launch of 2011
I’ll admit to everyone right now, I wasn’t really a big fan of the original Unreal. Though I liked many of Epic Games’ previous shareware titles (Jazz Jackrabbit, One Must Fall 2097, and Zone 66 to name a few), the long awaited Unreal just didn’t cut it for me. It did feature a gorgeous 3-D engine, and some really impressive music, but I just couldn’t really get into the game mechanics. Even worse, the multiplayer over the Internet was unplayable. Patch after patch came out, but still there was no help, and the original claimed dust in my CD carrying … Continue reading Unreal Tournament blows away the competition