Month: September 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 Studio Head Responds to Mandatory Crunch Reports

CD Projekt Red Head of Studio Adam Badowski has responded to a Bloomberg report about mandatory crunch at the studio, saying the move was “one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to make”, but noting that Cyberpunk 2077’s developers will be “well compensated for every extra hour they put in.”

This follows a report yesterday, which contained an email from Badowski sent to CD Projekt Red staff. The reported email says that the studio will be enacting mandatory six-day workweeks in the run-up to Cyberpunk 2077’s November release after “extending all other possible means of navigating the situation.” CD Projekt

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Call of Duty: Warzone – Activision Reportedly Bans 20,000 More Cheaters

Activision reportedly banned around 20,000 Call of Duty Warzone cheaters as the game’s Season 6 update began.

A report from Vice citing an Activision spokesperson and “people familiar with the matter” says that the publisher issued a ban wave on Monday, with some terminations related to the use of a popular cheating program called EngineOwning.

The EngineOwning website now lists its Modern Warfare 2019 cheat as “detected” suggesting that Activision has successfully halted its use in-game, wiping the accounts of thousands of cheaters in the process.

The Vice report specifically mentions the case of streamer Nick ‘Wagnificent’ Wagner, whose account

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Open World RPG 9th Dawn III: Shadow Of Erthil Launches On Switch Next Week

“Huge” 2D open-world RPG 9th Dawn III: Shadow of Erthil is gearing up for a release on Switch and other platforms next week. It’ll launch on 6th October.

The game is described as a collect-a-thon dungeon crawler “packed full of adventure”, with more than 270 unique monsters to discover as you explore. You’ll also find treasure, loot, more than 300 weapons, and a whopping 550 armour types and accessories. Here’s some PR:

“In 9th Dawn III: Shadow of Erthil, you can improve your character to become the ultimate warrior: Unlock spells and abilities, fine-tune your attributes and skills –

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1TB SSD Offers 802GB of Usable Storage Space

Xbox Series X has 802GB of usable storage space in its in-built 1TB SSD, reserving almost 200GB for the operating system and essential system files.

In IGN’s hands-on preview of Xbox Series X, we showed off the storage space of a base Xbox Series X unit with no apps or games installed, showing the 802GB limit. This is actually an improvement on Xbox One X, which allowed for 780.9GB from its 1TB hard drive. You can check out the storage management screen in the video below:

Game sizes are likely to be a major talking point in the coming

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare & Warzone: Full Season 6 Details

Season 6 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has arrived, bringing with it a new fast-travel system for Warzone as well as new operators, cosmetics, multiplayer maps and modes and so much more.

You can check out the full Season 6 patch notes over on the Call of Duty blog, but we’ve also pinned down all of the key changes below. The update is 19.3 GB on PS4, 22.66 GB on Xbox One and 57 GB / 25.5 GB on PC depending on whether you own Modern Warfare or just Warzone.

Warzone Season 6 – Map Changes

  • Subway Fast Travel: 
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14 Years Ago, Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Gave Us Some of the Best Designed Pocket Monsters of All Time Pokemon Diamond Version

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl debuted on the Nintendo DS fourteen years ago, introducing all-new gameplay changes like the split between physical and special moves, updates to the game’s UI, and a plethora of other quality-of-life features.

Of course, with every new generation of Pokémon, it is the addition to the Pokédex as a whole is the most exciting part. Generation IV introduced 107 new pocket monsters for players to catch, and some of these were really exceptional in terms of their designs and their individual battle prowess.

Here are the top ten best Pokémon from Generation IV in no particular

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