A teaser for the new Call of Duty has finally arrived, promising a world-wide reveal next week. The video focuses on a speech given by real-life KGB defector, Yuri Bezmenov, about the military and political destabilization tactics used by the USSR. The video originally came out on a site Pawn Takes Pawn, which has served to discreetly leak information fans could uncover if they participated in the events.
As the European equivalent to E3, Gamescon is one of the industries’ most prominent events. Though current world affairs have caused the event to shift to an entirely digital platform, Gamescon will run this year from August 27th to August 30th. There is a dedicated Youtube channel for Gamescon, and everybody can watch events live from their stream.
Automated turrets are always one of the most controversial parts of multiplayer shooters; whether they are too strong or too weak, they are usually a point of contention among players. The developer had expected players to think the turret will forever change the flow of Valorant, as some said that more healers would be needed to counteract the massive DPS potential of the turret. Riot, however, thought heavily on what a turret could do to the game, conducting extensive testing until they were satisfied with the turret’s effects in gameplay.
Ardenweald, one of the new zones for the Shadowlands and home to the Night Fae, one of the covenants players can join. The zone is home to a vast and mystical forest inhabited by the souls of the dead and appears the closest thing to a paradise in Shadowlands. The Night Fae seem to be a much more relaxed group than other covenants as it consists mostly of forest critters and saplings. Players must aid the Night Fae in defending their home to bring life back to the forest and push the Drust out of the Shadowlands.