I was planning on tying up some loose ends in the armory today, but it looks like I'm just going to have to wait. The same is true for anyone here to play Destiny 2, because the servers are going through some extended downtime to make backend changes that look towards the future.
I'm not sure that we're quite going to call these things secrets, but they do not seem to be particularly discoverable in-game. If you've started brewing potions in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, you may have noticed some question marks at the top of your screen.
It's a curious Fortbyte today, and not perhaps most conducive to a guide. For all of Fortnite's Fortybtes so far here in Season 9 we've had to go to a particular location or do a particular thing, but this is the first of what we could consider mobile Fortbytes, which are easy to find so long as you're going after them.
Ice T is a big gamer, and has frequently posted about his time playing The Division 2. He was a day one raider on console, but it is now clear that he never ended up beating it (like most console players), and now at 500 Gearscore he's "beat the breaks off this game" which I assume means he's done pretty much all he feels like he can do with it.
With E3 2019 behind us, it's time to reflect on the various games shown off in Los Angeles last week. One of the game's I've been looking forward to most this year has been Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
One of the main themes this E3, besides surprise celebrity cameos on stage, has been the advent of game streaming. Google held their own Stadia
Google Stadia is coming, and it's either going to totally rewrite the gaming industry or, you know, not. Google revealed its ambitious new game streaming project
Naughty Dog is beginning its bittersweet goodbyes to the PS3. On Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 at 5 PM PT, the multiplayer servers for Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, The Last of Us, and The Last of Us: Left Behind are going offline for good on the console.
Remember how Pokémon Go encouraged us all to walk more? The latest endeavor from the company behind the popular brand might push players to go to bed early.
Harington's representative, Marianna Shafran, confirmed to USA TODAY that the British actor, 32, is taking time away from the spotlight to work on "some personal issues