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2018-05-09
The Avengers have assembled once again--this time at a tattoo parlor. To celebrate the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's original heroes got together one more time to get matching tattoos--and this time, they even let Hawkeye tag along. Chances are they won't regret these nearly as much as the Suicide Squad cast regrets their group tattoo. In fact, the only regret may come from Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), who didn't join the gang.Iron Man actor Robert Downey Jr. shared the cool news on Instagram, revealing that he, Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), and Chris Evans (Captain America) got matching ink designed by tattoo artist Joshua Lord. "Five of the original six Avengers got a tattoo," Downey tells Entertainment Weekly. "And the sixth was the tattoo artist, who gave it to five of us, the one who opted out being Mark Ruffalo."After Johansson and Evans got theirs done in New York, Downey, Renner, And Hemsworth followed suit in Los Angeles. Then, the Avengers worked together to ink the same design on the artist himself. "Each one of us drew a line on the artist with his own tattoo gun and it was a total massacre," Downey admits.The actor doesn't explain what kept Ruffalo from getting inked. That said, given how quick to rage Bruce Banner is--and the giant green mess that follows his anger--maybe it's for the best. You can take a look at more photos and videos from the tattoo party below. @avengers part 1... They say it’s better to give than to receive ... @joshualord 🎥 and #dj credit @jimmy_richA post shared by Robert Downey Jr. (@robertdowneyjr) on May 7, 2018 at 8:57am PDT And last but certainly not least to the #firstavenger my brother #ChrisEvans “Now we are one...” @renner4real @chrishemsworth #scarlettjohansson #chrisevans 🎥 @jimmy_rich and tattoos @joshualordA post shared by Robert Downey Jr. (@robertdowneyjr) on May 7, 2018 at 2:31pm PDT Brave man to allow all the @avengers the opportunity to ink @joshualord what a killer day @robertdowneyjr @chrishemsworth #scarjo #chrisevans #avengersunited #eastsideink #hidethenervesA post shared by Jeremy Renner (@renner4real) on May 3, 2018 at 1:26pm PDT Well team, we did it...? Thank you @joshualord for sharing ink with us all @avengers much love #eastsideink #bondedforlife @robertdowneyjr @chrishemsworth #chrisevans #scarjo #loveUallA post shared by Jeremy Renner (@renner4real) on May 3, 2018 at 1:36pm PDT Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Nintendo has finally unveiled its plans for the Switch online service, complete with cloud saves and some retro games. But what if you own two or three Switches? Nintendo says it will also be offering a family membership, which will allow up to eight accounts on a single membership.As opposed to a basic membership that's limited to one account, all of the accounts under a family membership can enjoy the benefits, even if they're on different systems. The family plan will cost $35 / £31.49 / AU $55, which is less than the cost of two regular memberships together. You can start creating a family group on May 15 to prepare.The benefits of the online service include cloud saves, a selection of 20 NES games, and access to online play for all Switch games. Online play for Switch games has been available for free, but that will change in September when the service launches. The single account membership is available for one month (US $4 / £3.49 / AU $6), three months (US $8 / £7 / AU $12), and 12 months (US $20 / £18 / AU $30).Nintendo has announced 10 retro NES games so far, with the other ten to be announced at a future date. They've undergone some tweaks to make them online-enabled as well. The initial ten are:SoccerTennisDonkey KongMario Bros.Super Mario Bros.Balloon FightIce ClimberDr. MarioThe Legend of ZeldaSuper Mario Bros. 3Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Nintendo has confirmed that Virtual Console will not return on Switch. In a statement to GameSpot, the company said, "There are currently no plans to bring classic games together under the Virtual Console banner as has been done on other Nintendo systems."In lieu of the Virtual Console, Nintendo will offer a program called "NES - Nintendo Switch Online." As one of the benefits for subscribing to Switch's upcoming paid online service, players will have access to a library of classic NES games, all of which will feature enhancements such as online play. At launch, the service will feature 20 games, including classics like Super Mario Bros. 3 and The Legend of Zelda. Nintendo says that additional titles will be added to the library regularly.The Virtual Console line debuted back in 2006 on Wii and has been available on each of Nintendo's subsequent consoles. The line encompassed titles from Nintendo legacy systems such as the Super NES and N64, although each platform has a different Virtual Console catalog; for instance, Game Boy Advance Virtual Console games could only be purchased on Wii U, while Genesis and TurboGrafx-16 games were released on Wii.Despite the apparent end of the Virtual Console brand, that doesn't necessarily mean that Nintendo's other legacy games won't appear on Switch in some form. "There are a variety of ways in which classic games from Nintendo and other publishers are made available on Nintendo Switch, such as through Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online, Nintendo eShop, or as packaged collections," Nintendo told GameSpot.One such example is Sega Ages, a line of classic Sega games coming to the Switch Eshop this summer. Hamster has also released an extensive selection of Arcade Archives games, including a handful of Nintendo's own arcade titles, such as VS. Super Mario Bros. and the original arcade version of Punch-Out.The Switch online service launches in September. Along with access to the NES - Nintendo Switch Online collection, it lets subscribers back up their game data via cloud saves and will be required to play many games like Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Tennis Aces, and Sushi Striker online. Players will not need a subscription to continue playing 3DS and Wii U games online.Subscriptions for the online service will be available for one month (US $4 / £3.49 / AU $6), three months (US $8 / £7 / AU $12), and one year (US $20 / £18 / AU $30). Nintendo will also offer a Family Plan for US $35 / £31.49 / AU $55, which allows subscribers to invite up to seven other Nintendo Account holders into their family group, even across multiple Switch systems.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
This week sees just a few new titles arriving on Netflix--and they are almost entirely originals. Among those additions are a new comedy special, TV show seasons, and even an original movie.The biggest arrival of the week is Season 3 of Bill Nye Saves the World. The series follows Bill Nye, the self-proclaimed "Science Guy," as he explored the issues the planet is currently facing--from global warming to GMO foods. Among the topics discussed in Season 3 are genetic mutations and the possibility of using insects as a source of food.Other new arrivals include new seasons of The Spirit Riding Free and The Who Was? Show, as well as the debut of The Kissing Booth, an original film starring Joey King and Joel Courtney. Finally, a new comedy special from Hari Kondabolu--the man behind the documentary that takes aim at The Simpsons character Apu--will premiere.You can take a look at the full list of new arrivals below. Then make sure to check out everything coming and going on Netflix in May, as well as the offerings from Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.May 8DesolationHari Kondabolu: Warn Your Relatives (Netflix Original)May 9Dirty GirlMay 11Bill Nye Saves the World: Season 3 (Netflix Original)Evil Genius: The True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist (Netflix Original)Spirit Riding Free: Season 5 (Netflix Original)The Kissing Booth (Netflix Original)The Who Was? Show: Season 1 (Netflix Original)Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
GameFly, the subscription service that sends you video games through the mail, ends up with a lot of used games on its hands. To make room for new titles, the company is running a sale on used PS4 and Xbox One games. It's worth noting that the games are guaranteed to work, shipping is free, and they come with new cases and manuals. You can find all the deals here, but we'll highlight some of the standouts below.PS4 and Xbox One owners can grab all kinds of online shooters for cheap. Star Wars Battlefront II is on sale for $18. Battlefield 1 will only run you $13, while Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is on sale for $20. For something a little different, both Injustice 2 and South Park: The Fractured But Whole are on sale for $20.In terms of exclusives, GameFly has a number of PS4- and Xbox One-only games on the list. On the PS4 side, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy can be yours for $18, while the PS2 remake Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is on sale for $15. Over on Xbox One, you can get the strategy game Halo Wars 2 or the cover shooter Gears of War 4 for $15 each.Those are just a few of our picks for the best deals on pre-owned games at GameFly. We have more picks below, but you can check out the full list of sale items right here.Battlefield 1 -- PS4/Xbox One -- $13Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered -- PS4 -- $20Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package -- PS4/Xbox One -- $15Destiny 2 -- PS4/Xbox One -- $13Dishonored: Death of the Outsider -- PS4/Xbox One -- $13The Evil Within 2 -- PS4 -- $20Fallout 4 -- PS4 -- $20Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age -- PS4 -- $15Final Fantasy XV -- PS4/Xbox One -- $20Gears of War 4 -- Xbox One -- $15Halo Wars 2 -- Xbox One -- $15Hitman: The Complete First Season -- PS4 -- $20Injustice 2 -- PS4/Xbox One -- $20Knack 2 -- PS4 -- $15Madden NFL 18 -- PS4/Xbox One -- $18Mafia III -- PS4/Xbox One -- $10Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite -- PS4/Xbox One -- $15Mass Effect Andromeda -- Xbox One -- $13Middle-Earth: Shadow of War -- PS4 -- $20Prey -- PS4/Xbox One -- $15South Park: The Fractured But Whole -- PS4/Xbox One -- $15Star Wars Battlefront II -- PS4/Xbox One -- $18Uncharted 4: A Thief's End -- PS4 -- $18Uncharted: The Lost Legacy -- PS4 -- $18Watch Dogs 2 -- Xbox One -- $16Some links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Fortnite's v4.1 update has arrived, and along with an assortment of bug fixes, it marks the start of a new limited-time mode in Battle Royale. The Avengers-themed Infinity Gauntlet Mashup event is now underway on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile, giving players a chance to play as the Mad Titan Thanos.Infinity Gauntlet Mashup is a solo-only mode that plays much like a typical game of Battle Royale. 100 players are dropped onto the island and must vie to be the last one standing. However, early on in the match, a meteor will crash within the storm safe zone and leave behind the Infinity Gauntlet, and the first player to find and equip it will transform into Thanos. Here's the best way to get your hands on the Infinity Gauntlet.As Thanos, players will no longer be able to build or use weapons, but they'll receive some significant powers from the Infinity Gauntlet that can completely devastate opponents, including the ability to leap high into the air, fire a powerful energy blast, and deliver an earth-shaking punch that can destroy structures. Thanos is also immune to fall damage and has both health and shields; the latter will regenerate each time Thanos eliminates another player. He's so strong that Epic has already nerfed him. You can see all of Thanos's special abilities below:Ability 1 -- A mighty punch that knocks enemies back and destroys structures.Ability 2 -- Thanos flies towards the ground, hitting an area for knockback and damage.Ability 3 -- Harness the energy of the Power stone to fire a blast that deals damage over time.Ability 4 -- A super-jump that can vault Thanos over all but the largest obstructions.Thanos's location is displayed on the compass at all times, and to counteract his power, only Rare, Epic and Legendary weapons will spawn during an Infinity Gauntlet Mashup match. The drop rates for the Chug Jug, Port-A-Fort, Boogie Bomb, Slurp Juice, Bush, and Remote Explosives have also been increased. If players manage to topple Thanos, the Infinity Gauntlet will drop, giving other players a chance to pick it up."This collaboration started as a simple phone conversation between Epic and Marvel over a mutual appreciation for Fortnite and Avengers," Epic said. "We worked closely over the following weeks to bring these two worlds together and landed on the Limited Time Mashup, Infinity Gauntlet. This is a collaborative experiment between friends from start to finish."The maximum match time in the Infinity Gauntlet Mashup mode is about 15 minutes. Additionally, each match starts with the storm circle already closing in on the map, and the storm inflicts more damage than it normally does. You can find more details about the Infinity Gauntlet Mashup mode in the full patch notes for update 4.1. Epic hasn't announced how long the crossover event will remain in rotation, but previous limited-time modes have typically run for about a week.In addition to the Infinity Gauntlet Mashup mode, update 4.1 introduces a new set of weekly challenges for Battle Pass owners. Seven new objectives are now available to complete, ranging from dancing in front of film cameras to searching chests in Greasy Grove. For more, be sure to check out our guide on how to complete the Week 2 challenges.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
The week may be young, but we're already knee-deep in sales on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games. You can even find decent discounts on hardware like the Xbox One X and Nintendo 2DS XL. So if you're in the market for a new game or a new system, check out the sales below, because there's a fairly good chance you can find a deal on what you're after.MultiplatformFortnite players with Twitch Prime accounts can now pick up their free Fortnite skin and items in Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #2. PS4 and Xbox One owners who want to explore the open world of Hope County and shoot cult members in Far Cry 5 can do so for $40 thanks to a promotion going on now at Newegg. If you're looking for a different big game at a steeply discounted price, check out GameFly's used game sale. It has titles like Battlefield 1 and Injustice 2 on sale for a fraction of their normal prices.Free Fortnite itemsFar Cry 5 (PS4/Xbox One) for $40GameFly's pre-owned game saleBest Buy salePS4Sony has refreshed its weekly PlayStation Store sale with a whole bunch of new discounts on big games like Ghost Recon Wildlands and indie games like The Witness.PlayStation Store saleXbox OneThis week, Amazon is running a massive sale on digital Xbox One games and expansions. It features big savings on tons of newer games, some of which don't often go on sale. Over at Best Buy, you can save money on Xbox One X-enhanced games with the purchase of an Xbox One X. Or, with this deal at Newegg, you can effectively save $60 when you buy an Xbox One X.Digital Xbox game sale at AmazonBuy Xbox One X, save on games at Best BuySave $60 on Xbox One X at NeweggNintendoIf you have a Nintendo Switch and you've had your eye on a Pro controller, you can get one at Best Buy this week at a discount. Nintendo 3DS owners can save money this week at Target. Most of the best 3DS games currently in stock are part of a buy one, get one half off promotion, including recent Pokemon games and lots of Mario titles.Nintendo 3DS games: buy one, get one half offNintendo Switch Pro controller on sale at Best BuyPCSteam has an appealing selection of games for up to 80% off during this week-long sale. Of particular note are the Far Cry games, on sale for 60% off, and the Mass Effect series.Steam saleThat's it for now, but we'll keep updating this article with the latest and best deals on video games throughout the week.Some links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
To celebrate Golden Week, Square Enix has dropped prices on a number of PC games, notably on many entries in the Final Fantasy series. Below are the standouts from Square Enix's sale, but you can find the full list here.To start with, you can get Mini Ninjas for free. To take advantage of this offer, just add it to your cart and use promo code MINININJAS at checkout. From GameSpot's Mini Ninjas review: "This action adventure is low on gruesome assassinations and high on lighthearted fun, but that doesn't mean fans of stealth-kill simulators, or anyone else for that matter, should skip over it."Just about every Final Fantasy game available on PC right now is currently available for half off. Core installments III - VI are $8, while the later games range from $6 to $10 each. Those are great prices on some of the best RPGs in history--even if you don't prefer the art style changes Square Enix made to some of the games.In non-Final Fantasy news, Dragon Quest Heroes and its sequel are also on sale for between $20 and $30, and a handful of other more niche titles are on sale as well.Final Fantasy III -- $8 (was $16)Final Fantasy IV: The After Years -- $8 (was $16)Final Fantasy V -- $8 (was $16)Final Fantasy VI -- $8 (was $16)Final Fantasy VII -- $6 (was $12)Final Fantasy VIII -- $6 (was $12)Final Fantasy IX -- $10 (was $21)Final Fantasy X/X2 HD Remaster -- $15 (was $30)Final Fantasy XIII -- $10 (was $20)Final Fantasy XIII-2 -- $10 (was $20)Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII -- $10 (was $20)World of Final Fantasy -- $28 (was $40)Dragon Quest Heroes -- $20 (was $40)Dragon Quest Heroes II -- $30 (was $60)Some links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
The US video game retailer GameStop has refreshed its weekly deals and released a new ad with info on all the sales going on between May 2-8. Let's dig in and see what the best deals available this week are. [Update: It's now Monday, and GameStop's deals for the week will be wrapping up soon. Act now if you're interested.]Oddly enough for the brick-and-mortar store, the top deals are on digital games and content for PS4 and Xbox One. If the new Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer got you hyped (see above), you can grab the original on Xbox One for $10 right now (it's backwards compatible).You can also get Bioshock: The Collection, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, and XCOM 2 for $20 each. The Sims 4 and most of its expansions are on sale for half off on Xbox One. There are also plenty of savings on add-ons like virtual currency for NBA 2K18 and the Call of Duty: WWII season pass.Whether you're planning to head to your local GameStop to pick up a Legendary Pokemon code, you can get Pokemon collectibles for 25% off. These include all kinds of items, from plushes to fleeces to coffee mugs. You have--no joke--27 pages of Pokemon gear to choose from.And if you have some games you're ready to trade in, you can get 40% extra credit for trading toward the purchase of God of War, Nintendo Labo, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, and State of Decay 2.Digital games on sale at GameStopBattleborn -- $7Bioshock: The Collection -- $20Borderlands: The Handsome Collection -- $20Mafia III -- $16Red Dead Redemption (BC on Xbox One) -- $10The Sims 4 -- $25WWE 2K18 -- $30WWE 2K18 Deluxe Edition -- $40XCOM 2 -- $20Some links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Pokemon Go players can now encounter another Legendary originally from the Hoenn region. A month after they first began appearing in the game, the Eon Pokemon Latios and Latias have moved to different locations of the world, where they'll remain for a limited time.Beginning today, May 8, players in Europe and Asia will be able to catch Latios, while Latias will appear throughout North America, South America, and Africa. The Pokemon will remain in those regions until June 5, when they're slated to leave the game.As before, Latios and Latias can only be found in their respective regions as a Raid Battle, so players will need to team up at Gyms to battle the Pokemon before earning a chance to capture them. Both Legendaries are dual Dragon/Psychic-types, making them vulnerable to Dark and Fairy Pokemon, such as Tyranitar and Mawile.Latios and Latias aren't the only Legendaries that Pokemon Go players can catch right now. The Legendary bird Zapdos is also available again, this time as the reward for the latest batch of Field Research quests. The new set of quests revolve primarily around Electric- and Flying-types, and if players can complete enough of them to collect seven stamps, they'll earn a chance to encounter Zapdos outside of a Raid.Beyond the current crop of Legendary Pokemon, players have a number of events to look forward to in Pokemon Go. Developer Niantic recently announced the Pokemon Go Summer Tour 2018, a series of real-world events that will be held across the globe this summer, starting with a Safari Zone event in Germany and the second annual Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago.In the meantime, players still have a few more days to participate in the ongoing Battle Showdown event, which runs until May 14 and makes Fighting-type Pokemon more common. The next Community Day event takes place shortly after, on May 19, and features the Red and Blue starter Charmander.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Following the promotional poster and synopsis that were revealed last month, the much-anticipated action sequel John Wick: Chapter 3 has now started production. The news was confirmed by cinematographer Dan Laustsen, who has posted the first images from the movie's set.Inevitably, they doesn't give much away--one is simply the movie's clapperboard, while the other features a silhouette of what is presumably star Keanu Reeves standing in a neon-drenched street. But it's enough to start getting excited about the next part of what has so far proved to be one of the best action series in years. Check one image out below, and the other over at Laustsen's Instagram page. #johnwick3 #day2#chadstahelski #keanureeves #newyork #cinematography #filmA post shared by Dan Laustsen ASC. DFF. (@dan.laustsen) on May 8, 2018 at 2:48am PDT John Wick: Chapter 3 is directed by Chad Stahelski, who helmed last year's Chapter 2 and co-directed the first movie in 2014. While no additional cast members have been announced yet, it's likely that Ian McShane, Lance Reddick, John Leguizamo, and Laurence Fishburne will all reprise their roles from the previous films. It hits theaters on May 17, 2019.Last year, Stahelski spoke about his plans for John Wick: Chapter 3. "We want, not so much to go bigger on the third one, but to show you more of the intricacies of the world," he said. "I feel like there are all these different subtleties that I skipped over in part 2, that I'd like to go back to [with part 3] and show you the inner workings of different parts of New York."Development of the long-rumored John Wick TV spin-off The Continental was also confirmed by Starz in January. The channel's president Chris Albrecht said that the show will "include the thunderous fight sequences and intensely staged shootouts between professional assassins and their targets that fans have come to expect in the John Wick movie franchise as well as introducing some new, darkly compelling characters who inhabit this underground world." The Continental does not yet have a premiere date.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Fortnite has introduced a new limited-time mode, Infinity Gauntlet, where you can play as Thanos. He's as powerful as you'd expect, but in a move that could have made Avengers: Infinity War a much shorter film, Epic Games has nerfed him already. Just hours after Infinity Gauntlet went live, Epic has decided that Thanos was just too strong.Epic confirmed in a post on Reddit that it's released a hotfix update that dials back the strength of Thanos. Before, a Thanos player had 800 health (which can't be regenerated) and 300 shields (which refill after securing a kill, which is easy with his supremely powerful abilities). That makes him extremely difficult to kill. And that's as it should be, given this is just a limited-time mode where balance is not the utmost concern, but it seemed he was just too dominant. As such, Epic has made the following tweaks:Shield cap decreased from 300 to 200Max Health decreased from 800 to 700Laser damage vs. players decreased from 15 to 12Epic also says it'll "continue monitoring feedback" in case further changes are needed, but this should give more players the opportunity to get a shot at playing as Thanos. The Infinity Gauntlet mode sees a comet crash down early in the match, leaving behind the gauntlet. Whomever picks it up becomes Thanos, but if that player is killed, the gauntlet is dropped and someone else gets their chance to role-play as the Mad Titan.Still, actually getting your hands on the Infinity Gauntlet can be challenging, which makes sense. Luckily, we have some tips on how to become Thanos. If you're not lucky enough to get your hands on the gauntlet, you can also see what it's like to play as him in the video above.The Infinity Gauntlet mode does not yet have an end date, but these typically run for about a week. Unfortunately, it won't be accompanied by any Marvel or Avengers skins. The mode debuted alongside the new 4.1 update, which increases the likelihood of standard matches ending toward the outside of the map. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Avenger: Infinity War is an unusually dark movie for something with Marvel's name on it. Thanos is bringing the war to the MCU's heroes in a way we haven't seen before, leading to some emotional moments. Among the many characters in the movie is the now-teenaged Groot, who seemingly cares more about playing video games than anything else. Avengers: Infinity War spoilers follow.As always, we're limited to hearing his dialogue through his signature "I am Groot" line with different inflections, but the character is actually communicating. Now, thanks to Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, who was involved with Infinity War's production, we know just what one of those lines meant.Groot is among the many characters in Infinity War who dies. Given his generally cute appearance, his was one of the tougher deaths to watch, and that's only more true now. Asked on Twitter what his last utterance of "Groot" means, Gunn provided a one-word answer: "Dad."Gunn added that this isn't something he decided after being asked online; according to him, it was actually in the screenplay. Regardless, this makes Rocket's survival all the more tragic; not only is he the only member of the Guardians left alive, but he had to helplessly watch as his son-like figure faded away while referring to Rocket as his father. The eventual Blu-ray release of the movie had better come with a box of tissues.Indeed, many have responded to Gunn's tweet to share how saddened they are by it. He apologized for upsetting fans but did seem touched that people care as much as they do. "I knew my answer to the spoiler question last night was touching and sad, but I really did not expect to wake up to so many tweets of people telling me they're crying," he said. "Sorry for that if you're at work or whatever. But it means a lot to me you love the characters as much as I do."If you're still coming to grips with Infinity War, you can help process it with our favorite and least favorite moments. Or, if you'd rather get upset, check out our recap of every character who died. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
While not nearly as significant as Fortnite's big 4.0 update that kicked off Season 4, Epic Games has released a new update, v4.1. It introduces some new content for both Battle Royale and Save the World modes, but undoubtedly its biggest addition is that of a new limited-time mode. Infinity Gauntlet is the recently announced Avengers: Infinity War crossover mode where you can play as Thanos himself.The new mode is solo-only and plays much like a normal match. However, a meteor eventually crashes, leaving behind the Infinity Gauntlet for one play to wield. This transforms them into Thanos and prevents them from building or using weapons, but it provides them with significant powers to lay waste to the competition.Otherwise, many of the changes on the Battle Royale side are bug fixes, although there are some other notable additions in the full patch notes. Most significantly, the likelihood of the final circle being located toward the outer edges of the map has been increased by 25%. Previously, matches were very likely to end toward the inner areas of the island, but Epic says this should "improve the variety of ending scenarios to outside the central region of the map."Players can also now join the party of players who are currently in a match. While they'll still have to wait for the match to end to begin playing with those party members, it will let them get updates on things like how many players are still alive.One other thing to be aware of is specific to Fortnite Mobile players. The auto-run feature added in the 4.0 update has been disabled "due to some unintentional actions occurring when using it." So if you're wondering why you aren't being prompted to enable auto-run after moving for several seconds, it's because Epic has removed that prompt for now.Fortnite's Save the World mode typically doesn't get the same level of attention as the much more popular Battle Royale, but it does get a nice piece of new content with this update. A new light machine gun called the Hacksaw has been added, which Epic says is "best used when stationary, aiming down the sights, and firing in short bursts."Update 4.1 releases alongside not only the aforementioned Infinity Gauntlet mode, but also Week 2 challenges for Battle Pass owners. These leaked ahead of time and involve using Hop Rocks and dancing in front of film cameras. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-09
Twitch Prime is like the gift that keeps on giving. Each month, Twitch users with Amazon Prime get numerous freebies, ranging from free games to free in-game items--including free Fortnite gear. Epic Games has just announced Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #2, which includes exclusive free cosmetics and other items for Fortnite players with Twitch/Amazon Prime subscriptions. Here's what you'll get and how to get it.Starting May 9, Twitch Prime subscribers will be able to grab Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #2. To claim your pack, link your Epic and Twitch accounts, then click on the crown next to the search bar on Twitch. Here's what you'll receive:Exclusive Battle Royale Trailblazer OutfitExclusive Battle Royale True North Back BlingExclusive Battle Royale Tenderizer PickaxeExclusive Battle Royale Freestylin' EmoteNote that, according to Epic's announcement, "While you can only claim your Twitch Prime loot on a single platform (PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One), your content is shared and available to use across PC/console and mobile, as long as you use the same Epic account. Content is not shared between Xbox One and PS4, even if you use the same Epic account."Now is a good time to hop into Fortnite, thanks to the arrival of Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War. If you'd like some help completing this week's challenges, be sure to check out our guide to Fortnite's challenges for Week 2 of Season 4.And if you haven't claimed Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #1, you still can. Plus you can still grab free Twitch Prime PC games for May--which include games like Gone Home and Psychonauts. While you're at it, you can pick up some free Heroes of the Storm loot as well. Info from Gamespot.com
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