So, if you pre-ordered Fallout 76 at a participating retailer, then you’re very, highly likely that you’ll get a shot to try the beta once it rolls out this October. The beta — cleverly referred to as the “Break-it Early Test Application,” or “B.E.T.A. — will clearly provide an eyeful of its testers, since Bethesda announced that the beta “will be the full game and all your progress is saved for launch.” That. Is. AWESOMESAUCE!!
Over at the Sea of Thieves subreddit, where Rare — the game’s developer — have been taking feedback and suggestions from the game’s community, someone asked Rare for a day one patch. While games receiving day one patches is a (sometimes unfortunate) normal thing nowadays to iron out some issues and add features upon a game’s release, this was something VERY different. Reddit user Jefabell wasn’t requesting an update to fix the game, but an actual patch with the number one on it for people’s game avatars to wear. So, Rare took the suggestion and made it a reality. Oh dear God; what have we done? Continue reading “‘Sea of Thieves’ Gets a LITERAL Day One Patch; We See You, Rare…”
I played a bit of Brink back in the day, and I found it mixture of multiplayer gun-play with a single-player narrative very interesting and intriguing (mainly as I was selective and hesitant of what games I played online back then), along with its addition of parkour and its levels set on floating cities. If that sounds like something you’d want to try out, then I have great news for you: the Bethesda-published, Splash-Damage-developed game—originally released in 2011—is now free-to-play on Steam. The thing is, no one (outside of Bethesda and possibly Valve) knows why. Continue reading “Bethesda’s Brink, Released in 2011, Is Now Free-To-Play”
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls; BEHOLD, the mighty power of the Titan’s bubbles, brought to you from the good people of Reddit. Anyway, check out this incredible video of Destiny player fimi_sheikh take down an entire Trials team without firing a round from his gun. Explanation after the break: Continue reading “Watch this ‘Destiny’ Player Win a 1-vs-3 Match Without Firing A Single Shot”
This week on WIRed, there’s a disappearing shack at Joshua Tree National Park, we’ve come from stitching circuits board in fabric to DRAWING circuit boards with a pen, a move in Battlefield 4 that would baffle you — it was probably a bug, ‘cause it’s Battlefield 4 — and the history of the WWF in a cubist poster! Continue reading “Invisible Shacks Ink Circuitry as Battlefield Jets Cubist WWF- WIRed #77”
The Future is SO BRIGHT……
This week on WIRed #23 (JORDAN!), Palladio’s architectural style found in AFRICA, WiFi moochers better beware, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 memes, and the brief story behind NWA Starrcade! Continue reading “African Palladio, WiFi Moochers, BLOPS2 Memes & Starrcade – WIRed #23”
For the past few weeks, I have enjoyed the crap out of the newest entry in the popular Call of Duty video game series, Call of Duty: Black Ops II. This is the first time I ever purchased a Call of Duty game on its initial date of release and played consistently online (PSN: KINGof210), as I typically buy some of the games used 1-2 years after its launch and concentrate on the single-player campaign, as I do not buy the newest version of CoD year-after-year (I only do that with the WWE games; I R Hyp-Oh-Crit, sorta). Technically, this is the ninth game in the Call of Duty series, leaving the video game open to the wonderful and amazing world of internet memes. Here are some of my favorites related to the series! Continue reading “It’s Time for My Favorite “Call of Duty” Memes!”