Sunday, 14 April 2019

PUBG Update #27

Update #27 brings the new MP5K, multiple weapon balance changes, the new Survivor Pass 3: Wild Card and more!

Hi everyone,
Update #27 is now available on live servers!
First off, this update brings the brand new Survivor Pass 3: Wild Card! With up to 60 rewards available. In celebration of the PUBG 2 year anniversary, we’ve added a free 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CAP to the store. Lots of changes included in this update, many of which were thanks in huge part to great player feedback.
Major changes have been made to the Flare Gun, including quality of life improvements. We’ve added the new MP5K SMG to Vikendi, bumped up the loot on Erangel, made lots of changes to weapon balance, including making the M16A4 stronger, and also reduced aim punch. We haven’t forgotten bug fixes and we’ve got plenty listed below!
Read on for more detail and to see all the changes.

New Weapon MP5K

The MP5K is a brand new sub-machine gun chambered for 9mm ammunition. MP5K is exclusive to Vikendi and replaces the Vector on that map. 
While the firing mechanics of the MP5K are similar to those of the Vector, it boasts a higher per bullet damage, but with a lower overall firing rate and DPS. This SMG also has a higher magazine capacity than the Vector, starting at 30 rounds by default with 40 rounds in an extended magazine.
Key characteristics of the MP5K:

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Jim Ryan on Xbox One X:

Specs Are Interesting, But The Proof Is In How Games Look

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By  for N4G, Edited & Reproduced by Chitz Prophecy Editor's Hub
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With the Xbox One X launching next week, Sony pulled out a strong Media Showcase at Paris Games Week 2017 to try and counter Microsoft’s new console.
The Xbox One X is much more powerful than Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro, though, with an estimated 6 TFLOPS of FP32 performance against PS4 Pro’s 4.2 TFLOPS. But in an interview published today by The Telegraph, PlayStation’s Global Sales Head Jim Ryan downplayed the importance of hardware specs in favor of how the games actually look.

Friday, 8 September 2017

Call of Duty: WWII reviews

Call of Duty WW2 release date

Original review by Trusted Reviews. Edited by Chitz Prophecy Editor's Hub

Call of Duty WW2 beta date

Activision and Sledgehammer Games will be holding a multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: WW2 later this year ahead of its launch on November 3. The beta begins for pre-order customers on August 25. Other platforms will follow on unconfirmed dates.
Pre-order Call of Duty WW2 now from Amazon UK |
We’ve now also got a trailer for the beta alongside some bombastic gameplay:

Friday, 1 September 2017

Hands-on: Assassin's Creed: Origins still feels like Assassin's Creed

Assassin's Creed: Origins may not be the true rebirth the series badly needs.

By  Hayden Dingman for PCWorld , Edited by Chitz Prophecy Editor's Hub 01-08-2017 12;15 GMT

Assassin's Creed: Origins

When Ubisoft announced last year that the Assassin’s Creed series would take a year off, retool, and return in 2017, I anticipated huge sweeping differences. The series needs huge sweeping differences—with a grueling yearly release schedule, Assassin’s Creed has suffered from consumer and critical malaise more than perhaps any Ubisoft property.

Sunday, 6 November 2016

DooM Review

Doom is a fiendishly moreish, impeccably refined shooter 

By Sam White for, Edited by Chitz Prophecy Editors Hub on 06-11-2016 10:30 PST

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In Doom’s first moments you break free from metal restraints with your bare hands before smashing a demon’s head in against the edge of a stone table. As primary mission statements go, few games are so startlingly direct, but Doom revels in the simplicity of its ultra violence. This latest game from revered studio id Software takes much from the timeless 1993 original - its frantic bloodshed being the most immediately noticeable - but the Doom of 2016 also goes the distance to achieve surprise greatness of its own.
Its exemplary gunplay is distilled into a gloriously short feedback loop that gets exponentially more satisfying. New Doom feels much faster than its iconic forebear, and after a brief introduction it continues to dial up the action without giving pause. By midway through its lengthy campaign, those first few fights feel like child’s play. By the game’s final quarter, you’ll be frequently amazed by the devastating onslaught that Doom delivers so consistently. It’s a wonderful progression of madness that never stops for breath.

Friday, 29 January 2016

Battlefield Hardline

Battlefield Hardline gets Getaway DLC, if anyone's playing
By Steven Hansen for Destructoid, Edited by Chitz Prophecy Editors Hub on 30-01-2016 10:30 PST

Sure, everyone's busying themselves on Battlefield: Star Wars, who wants to mess with a year-old, Visceral-developed Battlefield Hardline? Some people, maybe, as EA's Night at the Roxbury is still getting support. The Getaway expansion is out next week for Premium members, January 26 for the rest of us.

Thursday, 5 November 2015

NUK3TOWN Returns in Black Ops 3

Black Ops 3 features a ‘Nuk3town’ only playlist for Launch Weekend


Players interested in playing only on Nuk3town can do so with the Nuk3town playlist under the bonus category. In order for Nuk3town to show up, you must have the Nuk3town bonus map downloaded and installed. Once the map is installed, check under Bonus category.
The description for the playlist says that the playlist is only available for Launch Weekend.

*NOTE: Nuk3town bonus map only available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.