Issue 630
August 11, 2018
During today's QuakeCon keynote address, Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls Online will be receiving its next DLC, Wolfhunter, on August 13th. To celebrate the announcement, the launch trailer was released.
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Monster Hunter World just came out for PC yesterday and it's smashing records according to SteamCharts. The concurrent number of players is an amazing 240k, the highest in 2018 and the seventh highest of all time. Players have put in 3.6M hours too. Lastly, it will come as no surprise that MHW is Japan's biggest hit in the west, far eclipsing Dark Souls 3 that came in at about 130k concurrent users.
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It's been a long eight months waiting for the PC release of Monster Hunter World following its console debut in January of this year. We got our hands on a copy to see how the franchises "most accessible title" plays with the old mouse and keyboard and if there much graphics improvement to be had.
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Over the years, most of you have enjoyed the work of our good friends Som Pourfarzaneh and Rob Lashley. While we don't have the pleasure of hearing from them as much as we'd like to these days, it's for good reason: The two of them have embarked on creating and developing a new tabletop game called Entromancy: A Cyberpunk Fantasy Roleplaying Game.
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Perfect World Entertainment and Echtra Games have great news for ARPG fans: A NEW Torchlight game is in the works! Called Torchlight Frontiers, the game is being developed by Max Shaefer, one of the co-founders of Runic Games, the original developers of the Torchlight series. Torchlight Frontiers is a "shared-world action- RPG" that brings back signature features and mechanics from the beloved series. Pop through the jump to read the full press announcement and to see the new trailer!.
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Path of Exile is a free-to-play persistent online action MMO from Grinding Gear Games that puts players in the role of an exile from your homeland, stranded on the treacherous continent of Wraeclast. With gameplay similar to Diablo and Drakensang, players must survive this post-apocolyptic fantasy world either solo or by teaming up with other exiles. The realistic, visceral combat and gritty artstyle will help immerse players in this cutthroat survivalist game world.

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