In a developer update, Crucible developers Relentless Studios have announced that they are removing two of the three game modes from the free-to-play shooter. The developer says they want to focus on their most popular mode while working to improve the game and add features like voice chat.
It looks like the giant spaceship currently hurtling toward Earth in Destiny 2 will get blown up tomorrow. Saturday, June 6 at 1:00 p.m. ET “we take aim at the Almighty,” Bungie tweeted today. It’s not clear what that means exactly, but it sounds similar to a Fortnite-style live event.
It looks like Bungie is moving ahead with its Destiny 2 reveal after all. Originally leaked on Instagram, Bungie today confirmed it’ll show details of what’s to come in the game on June 9 at 12:00 p.m. ET. Other gaming events have recently been delayed following the ongoing protests.
Frostpunk’s final season pass expansion, previously confusingly titled “TVADGYCGJR,” will be called “On The Edge” and is coming out on Steam this summer. A press release says it’s “set after the vicious Great Storm as the expedition is sent from New London with a special assignment” and will have “new unique mechanics…
CD Projekt Red has delayed its Night City Wire livestream for Cyberpunk 2077 until June 25 following the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests. The event was originally planned for June 11, but the company said it’s pushed it back because “more important discussions are happening right now.”