Hi-Rez Studios’ 2017 celebration of itself kicks off today in Atlanta, making it the perfect time to reveal one of Smite’s coolest gods yet, The Morrigan, and a third (that’s right, third) game in the mythology battles franchise, Smite Rivals.
Paladins, a video game that looks very much like Overwatch, has taken some heat for its similarities to Blizzard’s popular team shooter—to the point where last night one of Paladins’ top developers felt compelled to write a big ol’ Reddit post explaining how it isn’t a clone at all.
Hi-Rez Studios’ free-to-play hero shooter Paladins enters open beta today, and while its collectible card-based character customization system sets it apart from other games in the genre, Androxus here is pretty much Reaper with horns.
Launching into closed beta today, Hi-Rez Studios’ Paladins is a hero-based shooter like Overwatch, but its collectible card-based in-game leveling system is something else.
What comes with those extra experience levels in World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion? Blizzard will be releasing info on new spells, new skills, and talent tree changes this week for all classes - except the Paladin, because Paladins suck.