Techland and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's "Dying Light" has just released its 1.5 Patch featuring free content and other features.
Patch 1.5 has just been made available for "Dying Light," the horror survival game for Windows, Linus, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 launched last January. The Techland and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment video game update was released March 10 in the U.S. and yesterday in Europe, with the promise of more features to come.
The DLC provides players with free content, Hard Mode for PC versions of the game, Time Trial Mode, dune buggies, and 50 new weapons. Players who finish the story campaign will be rewarded with four new outfits as well. more >>
Ubisoft's upcoming open third-person shooter role playing video game "Tom Clancy's The Division" for the Xbox One is rumored to be released this October 2015, according to reports. The rumors were also accompanied with leaked photos and footage of the game.
According to Master Herald, the footage and photos were said to be below expectations of what they were expecting to see of the game.
When Ubisoft showed off a preview of the game during the E3 2013, it was "a very beautiful, expansive title with a vast world." What fans saw in the leaked footage and photos showed low quality of graphics which are leading some fans to conclude that the final game may have been downgraded. more >>
There is good news for those who still cling to their Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus smartphones. The latest tech news indicates that the 2014 device will now be getting Android's newest Lollipop OS.
Sam Mobile reported that the South Korean tech giant has started rolling out the official Android Lollipop update for those users of the Galaxy S5 Plus with model number SM-G901F "in Nordic countries."
Instead of version 5.0.1 like in most Samsung handheld devices, the S5 Plus will get the more recent 5.0.2 version. more >>
After years of waiting, the new Macbook laptop has finally been announced. So far, it has exceeded all expectations when it comes to design, and build factor. However, it looks like the new Apple laptop will not be the only surprise the Cupertino manufacturer will have this year.
According to a recent report by Know Your Mobile, the company could be looking to release a brand new iPhone for the market this year. The good thing about the rumor is that Apple may not release just a single iPhone, but two.
In the report, while Apple has had some huge success with its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in spite getting only 1GB of RAM, it will allegedly include more RAM in its future phones. more >>
Is the iPod Touch gone for good? For years, there have been rumors of a sixth-generation iPod Touch, but the device was a no-show last September when the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were announced, and it wasn't mentioned at last Monday's Apple Spring Forward Event.
It has been a while since Apple has released a new iPod Touch. The fifth generation device was released back in September 2012, with shipments beginning the following month. The launch marked a significant improvement as the iPod Touch 5 came with a 4-inch Retina display found in the iPhone 5, a faster dual core A5 chip, a 5MP camera and a looped wrist strap.
Though the iPod Touch fifth generation sported major upgrades which sets it apart from its predecessors, the product line saw declining sales in recent years as customers have shifted to smartphones for their media player, camera, and app needs. Given that news about the 6th generation iPod has been scarce as of the recent months, it remains unclear when the device might see its next upgrade. However, there are rumors that the gadget could be released this year, specifically by September, when Apple traditionally launches its latest flagship devices. more >>
Apple has been so busy lately. Earlier this week, the company has officially launched the iOS 8.2 which is now available for public consumption. However, recent reports indicated that the Cupertino-based tech giant may be already working for yet another update of the mobile OS.
For those who missed it, Apple has been rolling out two test versions of the iOS 8.3 exclusively for licensed developers. Now, a report from GSM Arena indicated that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus maker is also releasing the said iOS beta version to the general public.
Providing more details for the said mobile operating system release, the tech review site posted a guide for those non-developers who want to take part in the testing. more >>