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Destiny 2 Update 1.1.2.1 Fixes Lost Sector Exploits, Crimson Days Now Live

The latest Destiny 2 update brings just a couple of small changes, along with decorating the Tower in red for the Crimson Days event. Hotfix 1.1.2.1 removes the Lost Sector throttle that was a quick fix for a previous exploit, now making it so that players can only open one Lost Sector chest per boss …

Report: Spyro the Dragon Trilogy Remaster Coming to PlayStation 4 Later This Year

With the success of the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy possibly spurring them on, rumors are pointing to Activision reviving another beloved franchise. According to multiple sources, (via Kotaku UK) a Spyro the Dragon Trilogy Remaster will be announced in March 2018 and will release sometime in Q3 2018. According to the report from Kotaku UK, …

PSA: Destiny 2 Crimson Days is Live, Adds New Crucible Map

The Destiny 2 Crimson Days event is now live, and it brings with it a new Crucible map. Burnout is Destiny 2’s take on Burning Shrine, a Mercury map from the first game. The new map takes place in the dark Vex future found inside the Infinite Forest. The dark future setting of this map …

Crimson Days Makes its Way to Destiny 2 Starting Tomorrow

Crimson Days, the annual event that occurs near Valentine’s Day, will make its debut in Destiny 2 beginning tomorrow. If you aren’t familiar with what Crimson Days, it’s essentially a weeklong event that is centered around intimate co-op skirmishes. Throughout the week, a 2v2 scenario of Clash will be available in the Crucible playlist allowing you and …

Despite Recent Microtransactions Controversy: Activision’s Call of Duty WWII Best Selling Game of 2017.

Although we have nothing bad to say about the visuals of Call of Duty: WWII, as you can see for yourself in the GamePlay Trailer above, we were less pleased with the microtransactions that infiltrated the game. However, the video game industry was booming last month as holiday spending kicked in. Spending was up across …

Activision Blizzard Earned $4 Billion From In-Game Transactions In 2017

If you were hoping that in-game transactions are a trend that will eventually pass, prepare to be disappointed because it looks like it is an extremely lucrative model. In fact according to Activision Blizzard’s latest financials, the company has revealed that in 2017 they have managed to pull in $4 billion in in-game transactions. This …