Bethesda has posted a new blog to provide the first details about a number of updates coming to the game between now and the end of the year. The first patch is expected to roll out on November 19th and will feature mainly game performance improvements designed to provide more stability across all platforms. In addition, a number of quests will be fixed, the UI will be tweaked and changes are incoming to the C.A.M.P. system. The patch is said to be "large" and notes will be posted soon.
Last June something I never expected happened. I found myself speaking before a crowded room of European Union members, think tanks, NGOs, industry representatives, policymakers and their kids about my books and the incredibly influential game Minecraft. Why were they interested? I was talking about how my Minecrafter books and the game that inspired them can be useful in teaching kids about such far-flung topics as literacy, fact-checking and friendships.
Hi-Rez Studios has announced that SMITE is coming to Nintendo Switch in January 2019. The game will feature 60 FPS gameplay and full cross-play between Switch, XBox One, PC, Mac and the Steam version. It remains unknown whether or not there will be PS4 cross-play. Players will also have access to their account across all platforms to keep progression unified.
This year's G-Star was dominated by mobile gaming news, but that doesn't mean there there isn't something of note out there for both MMO fans and PC users. Dragon Hound is an upcoming Nexon title that is centered around hunting. Judging by their trailer last week, it obviously involves some big ass dragons. Some new details have emerged via an interview with Korean media that features some new details.
ESPN has received a copy of a letter sent out from Jace Hall to the participating teams in the H1Z1 Pro League to let them know that "the 2nd Split has been suspended indefinitely, and that a second league season will not be renewed or scheduled at this time". The notice comes just over half a year since the inaugural professional season began but also after reports that teams were not receiving promised funds.
Deloria Online has a long history that goes all the way back to the early 2000s. After several years in hibernation, the game's developer, Jeffrey O'Blenis, restarted development a couple of years ago. Thanks to his efforts, Deloria Online is finally ready for open beta testing. From now through November 26th players can take part in a special launch event to celebrate open beta.
Bless Online is getting a new update next week that will see the addition of a new Level 50 dungeon called the Ruber Ossuary. Each faction has its own entrance and a five player party is definitely recommended to tackle the bosses inside and to grab some new gear and other rewards.