Earlier this week, Gamespot reported that a third patch for the hit open-world game "Assassin's Creed Unity" will roll out in a day or so and that it will be a huge one as it contains over 300 fixes.
Citing Ubisoft's Live Updates Page, the third patch will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to be followed next week for PC owners. The pack is set to address the game crashes, animation bugs and networking glitches found ever since the title has been launched.
Gamespot enumerated the complete details of the fixes including that of Stability & Performance, Gameplay (Navigation, Fight, Stealth), AI & Crowd, Matchmaking, Connectivity & Replication, Menus and HUD, Mission Tweaks (Campaign, Coop & Side Content), World & 3D, Progression & Difficulty, as well as the PC-Specific fixes like file save corruptions, temporal blurs, and other minor UI improvements. more >>
Tuesday, Nov. 25, Electronic Arts posted in their official forum site announcing the third title update for FIFA 15 which as reported, is now deployed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
"This new update feature new FIFA 15 content and also addresses certain issues brought to our attention by the FIFA community," the website stated.
These issues, as mentioned, include improvements for camera views, audio overlays, co-op matches, overall stability, and many more others. more >>
LG's latest flagship phablet, the LG G3, receives the Google's latest OS iteration, the Android 5.0 Lollipop, this week. However, the update was only (at the moment) available for users in Korea, according to reports.
LG already announced that the Korean versions of the G3 will be getting first the Google Android update later this week. It will be made available through an over-the-air (OTA) download, which will be provided by the three major mobile companies in the region, or directly from LG's website, TechRadar reported.
"Don't despair, though, as that means the international version of the Lollipop update is probably coming soon as well," the tech website meanwhile explained. more >>
James McAvoy might probably be widely known by film audiences as the young Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men films, which started with "X-Men: First Class" in 2011. Others, however, might better know him as Wesley in the 2008 action-thriller film "Wanted" which also starred Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman.
It's already been six years since the film premiered and there are continuous rumors about the film's sequel in the making.
Producer Marc Platt had revealed about the possibility of "Wanted 2," saying that the script is already "getting pretty good." more >>
Limbo, a 2D side-scroller game, has been discovered to be making its way to Xbox One early adopters on Dec. 1 next month. It was then confirmed by Microsoft that the game was indeed coming to Xbox One early adopters for free. Game keys have already been given out in celebration of the console's first anniversary.
Early adopters had received a message which reads "Thanks for being an Xbox One early adopter. To celebrate Year One, we're giving you Limbo when it's released. Stay tuned, your free code will arrive here."
Users who are qualified for the free game must have bought the console before Nov. 11, 2014 at any of the Xbox One's 13 launch markets and have already played more than 10 hours. Limbo for the Xbox One will be coming with 1000 achievement points but it seems that the game is already downloadable and playable. more >>
Steam is making ready for its Fall sale as its set to begin on Nov. 26. PC gamers would want to ready themselves as a plethora of massively discounted games are making its way. Although Valve has not made any official announcements, an email from PayPal had encouraged customers to stock up on Steam Wallet Codes from the PayPal Digital Gift store.
The start of the Steam Fall sale comes to no surprise as the previous Fall sale started at around the same time in 2013, from Black Friday and then ending on Cyber Monday. Sales for this Fall will be including general sales, Daily Deals which last 48 hours, and Flash Sales which change every eight hours.
Steam sales are both feared and looked forward to by gamers as games – even newly released ones – are set up with hugely steep discounts of up to 90 percent off. Even off sale weeks, games can come with 30 percent discounts. This can tempt gamers to purchase a huge number of games, resulting in empty wallets. more >>