Gears 5 is a third-person shooter from The Coalition. While there's a lot to love about Gears 5, the in-game economy isn't one of them. Despite the fact that it features cosmetic-only items, the grinding to earn them is unreal. A lot of players are complaining about this, and Studio Head Rod Fergusson said that the team will continue to tweak it.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is the sequel to the extremely popular role-playing game that gives players unprecedented choices. While the original is available on Xbox One, it looks like the latest entry should hit the system quite soon. Today, an Amazon listing for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Ultimate Collector’s Edition appeared online. It costs $130 and comes with a number...
Today, Undead Labs revealed that character customization was coming to State of Decay 2. You can take a look at the in-depth features in the livestream. This has been a long-requested feature that's finally making its way to the game in October. Hopefully, it'll live up to expectations.
Over the past few years, Microsoft has added many highly-requested features to Minecraft. However, customizing your character — instead of simply buying skins — was only available to PC users beforehand. Luckily, that's about to change very soon.
Gears 5 is a third-person shooter from The Coalition, the Xbox Game Studios team responsible for the acclaimed Gears of War franchise. It launched in early access a few weeks ago as an Ultimate Edition, and last week, the Standard Edition became available to everyone else. As has become tradition, Microsoft just revealed the launch players for the game.
While Gears 5 is getting great reviews, there are some missing features like a photo mode. Luckily, it seems like it's on the way because The Coalition's Rod Fergusson teased it on Twitter today. When IGN's Destin Legarie commented that the game needs a photo mode, Fergusson replied with a popular meme, urging patience.
Minecraft has been in the news for a number of reasons lately. Microsoft is teaming up with NVIDIA for ray tracing support and another augmented reality game called Minecraft Earth is being tested out around the world. However, the original's numbers keep on climbing, too.
For many months, Fortnite has been the most-played game on Xbox One by miles. Titles like NBA 2K20 have come close, but none have been able to surpass the free-to-play juggernaut. However, that changed a few days ago. If you go to the "Most played games" section of the Microsoft Store, you'll see that Gears 5: Ultimate Edition is at the top. This is quite a feat and is thanks to Xbox...
Today, developer Rare released the Smuggler's Fortune update for Sea of Thieves which not only adds a new event, but also the Pirate Emporium. The Pirate Emporium is a direct purchases shop that features pets and other ship cosmetics. However, many of these items are quite expensive. For example, you'll have to spend $30 to get the entire Banjo-Kazooie ship set.
The launch period hasn't been without its problems, but a new update is out which brings balance changes and a lot more. In a post, the Gears Pop! team said, "We want to mention that the Xbox Live Login issue continues to be a top priority. The cause has been identified and the team is working on a solution. We’ll be sharing updates on our social channels and we appreciate your patience...
Gears 5 is the latest game from Xbox Game Studios and is garnering great reviews since its early-access launch last week. However, even on Xbox One X, The Coalition wanted to focus on 60 frames per second (FPS) from the start. In an interview between GameSpot and Gears 5's Colin Penty, even more information was revealed.
Sea of Thieves is an open-world pirate adventure where you can find treasure on your own or with friends. The Pirate Emporium will open for business on September 11, when the new Sea of Thieves event starts. You can learn more about it by watching the videos. You can purchase the pets and other cosmetics through a paid and found currency called Ancient Coins.
Last night, The Coalition issued another server-side update to Gears 5 which fixed the infamous progression problems. Hopefully, you should see the correct experience, rank, character level, and other details now. The team added, "Over the next few hours... should slowly return to their correct state."
According to an interview between The Coalition's Rod Fergusson and The Hollywood Reporter, the team wants to make Gears "flourish" after it was "put it on the shelf to essentially die" by Epic Games, the original creators. He said the following in an interview.
Gears 5 is an upcoming third-person shooter from The Coalition. Not only does the game feature a larger campaign, but it also provided plenty of multiplayer modes. One of the more underrated features of the game has to be its accessibility support. It features a lot of options to help those with disabilities enjoy the experience.
Sea of Thieves is an open-world pirate adventure where you can find treasure on your own or with friends. There's a lot to do, and the title's popularity continues to grow due to its excellent post-launch support. Luckily, there's a lot more content coming in September.
If you preordered Gears 5 or are an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, you can preload the game starting today. Just head over to the Microsoft Store in your browser and open Gears 5. You should see the option to "Install/play." While it's impossible to play it as of now, you can pre-load it by clicking on the "..." next to the button and installing it to your console of choice.
This generation, a lot of games are moving towards an open-world format. We saw God of War and Metro Exodus follow that route, but it seems like Gears 5 is doing the same. Today, Studio Head of The Coalition, Rod Fergusson, tweeted that you can handle the skiff freely and don't follow linear paths. This opens up tremendous possibilities for exploration and other mechanics.
It seems like there's a bee craze sweeping the world of video games. Aside from the lovable Bee Simulator, Minecraft is getting the little insects who are responsible for life on Earth in many ways. Today, Xbox Game Studios announced that the Java version of the popular game was getting bees and other related additions.