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Darkest Dungeon 2 early access set for 2021 with new teaser trailer

Darkest Dungeon 2 early access set for 2021 with new teaser trailer

As far as indie roguelike games go, few are as well known or beloved as Darkest Dungeon. The game was first released in early access in 2015 and has been continually updated with DLC in the time since then, and last year, developer Red Hook Studios announced that it's working on a sequel. That announcement happened in February 2019 - which seems like a lifetime ago given everything that's happened in 2020 - and ever since then, Red Hook has been silent about what's going on with Darkest Dungeon 2.

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Fortnite’s new Fortnitemares update lets you get even after being eliminated

Fortnite’s new Fortnitemares update lets you get even after being eliminated

A new Fortnite update has landed, and it's bringing a new event with it: Fortnitemares 2020. This Halloween-themed event serves up an interesting twist on standard Fortnite gameplay, allowing players a chance to get revenge after being eliminated. We'll also see a special in-game Halloween performance by J Balvin, so Fortnite fans staying in this Halloween because of the pandemic will still have a virtual party to attend.

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Fortnite 14.40 patch arrives tomorrow and it’ll be unusual on PC

Fortnite 14.40 patch arrives tomorrow and it’ll be unusual on PC

Epic has dropped the Fortnite version 14.40 update details on its status Twitter account, revealing when the next patch will drop and when the downtime will start. As expected, the company is keeping quiet about what it has planned, but it has shared one advisory to avoid catching players off guard: this update will be a bit unusual for those who are PC.

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Fortnitemares 2020 may bring back Husks, but with a twist

Fortnitemares 2020 may bring back Husks, but with a twist

It seems that Epic will bring the Husks (its term for the 'Rift monsters') back yet again for its annual Fortnitemares event, but with a twist. That assumption is based on a new leak from game data-miner Mang0e who recently shared an audio clip of these upcoming enemies. The audio reveals spawn sounds for the zombies, but it isn't quite the same as before.

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Fortnitemares 2020 Halloween leaks: skin set, scary audio, and candy

Fortnitemares 2020 Halloween leaks: skin set, scary audio, and candy

Epic Games is (likely) gearing up to release a full Halloween event for 2020, one that will probably be called 'Fortnitemares' based on the game's history. Players have been anticipating the arrival of this year's spooky content, some of which have already arrived in the Item Shop. What kind of game changes can you expect for Halloween? Candy and scary sounds, among other things, based on data miner leaks.

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Fortnite’s latest patch revealed a bunch of unreleased guns and explosives

Fortnite’s latest patch revealed a bunch of unreleased guns and explosives

Fortnite was on the receiving end of a big patch this week, the fruits of which were a number of leaks related to the upcoming Fortnitemares event players have come to expect every October. In addition, data-miners picked through the game code and found a bunch of unreleased firearms and explosions that appear to be in the works, none of which have been released in the game at this time. The weapons include everything from rocket launchers to sniper rifles.

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How to unlock Fortnite’s Daredevil skin for free in Marvel Knockout Super Series

How to unlock Fortnite’s Daredevil skin for free in Marvel Knockout Super Series

Epic is keeping the Marvel theme of Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 4 going strong by announcing the Marvel Knockout Super Series today, a new tournament that will play out over four different cups. Not only that, but once the cups are over, Epic says there will be a final tournament with a $1,000,000 prize pool.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 gets special Fortnite game boost

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 gets special Fortnite game boost

If you've been playing Fortnite on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 or Galaxy Tab S7+, you're in luck. Today Epic Games and Samsung revealed that they'd soon unlock the ability to ramp up gameplay for the latest Samsung tablets in the game Fortnite with the latest update for said game. This latest update for the game Fortnite unlocked 90fps (frames per second, image refresh rate) for the display of the tablet, allowing users to experience more smooth and eye-friendly gameplay than ever available on this hardware before.

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Fortnite isn’t coming back to Apple mobile devices any time soon

Fortnite isn’t coming back to Apple mobile devices any time soon

The latest update from the Epic Games lawsuit against Apple has confirmed what many mobile players had worried about: Fortnite will be absent from iPhones and iPads for many months, forcing these players to switch to Android, consoles, or PC to get back into the action. Epic recently asked the court to 'force Apple to reinstate Fortnite to the Apple App Store,' the court docket reads, with the judge noting that, 'Epic Games bears the burden in asking for such extraordinary relief.'

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Epic Games’ Unreal Engine used in GM HUMMER digital cockpit

Epic Games’ Unreal Engine used in GM HUMMER digital cockpit

Game engines are, as their name clearly points out, used for making and running games but their ability to display real-time interactive graphics also makes them useful for other things as well. Epic Games seems to have stumbled upon a new market for its Unreal Engine that goes beyond games. The company proudly announces that its game engine and development tools have been used to develop the user experience that will debut on General Motors' HUMMER EV later this month.

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Fortnitemares Halloween 2020 event may include a zombie Midas

Fortnitemares Halloween 2020 event may include a zombie Midas

Every year since the launch of its hit battle royale game, Epic Games has launched a "Fortnitemares" event in October to celebrate the spooky Halloween season. Previously Fortnitemares have included the arrival of rift monsters in the battle royale portion of the game, as well as rewards that included things like new creepy styles for previously released characters. This year's Fortnitemares event may include, among other things, the return of a popular character.

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Fortnite’s new Wolverine triggers bug that deletes players’ inventory

Fortnite’s new Wolverine triggers bug that deletes players’ inventory

Marvel's Wolverine was the latest superhero addition in Fortnite Battle Royale Chapter 2 - Season 4. The character's anticipated arrival is a welcome one, but not without any issues. Epic has confirmed the existence of a bug previously reported by players, one that involves the player's inventory and the Wolverine character's built-in emote. Put simply, using the emote will delete your inventory.

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