Blizzard has announced that the Diablo III auction house is going to remain offline for another day to audit accounts that are involve in the gold exploit bug.
The downtime of the auction house followed the recent 1.0.8 update of the game that triggered an exploit letting users duplicate golds of up to trillions.
The aim of the latest patch was to fix the bugs and apply some changes on the game but it accidentally triggered a duplication bug of game golds. Good thing the game publisher was notified after a few hours when . . . → Read More: Blizzard Extends Auction House Downtime Due to Gold Exploit
A new installment of the first-person classic shooting game Wolfenstein will roll out this year according to Bethesda Softworks. No exact date stated though.
The next part will be titled Wolfenstein: The New Order, is scheduled to roll out between October and December this year. As stated by the game publisher, It will be on PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and the next-gen consoles.
Wolfenstein: The New Order will be developed by MachineGames. Developers will be comprised of Starbreeze Studios founding members which are also known in the first-person shooter gaming platform. They developed . . . → Read More: Wolfenstein: The New Order Coming Out Later this Year
Don’t lie, admit it, you’ve been addicted to Plants vs. Zombies before, right? We are too and almost all of the people that we know. From the irritating zombies crawling in the lawn on each levels to the action-packed unlimited stage, that was pure fun right there.
Now, we have been longing for more action from this game. We noticed that many versions of Angry Birds and other successful games came out already, so why is Plants vs. Zombies stucked? Actually, PopCap has just been working on the sequel due to roll out soon.
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For the fans of Activisions’ Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the game maker will reportedly change the title of the sequel from “Modern Warfare” to “Ghost”.
Wednesday, the popular game publisher announced that the next part of the very successful “Call of Duty” sequel will be called the “Call of Duty: Ghost”. The publisher promised new characters, new story, and a lot more action. And we expect a much more stunning effects, graphics and movement improvements.
The game company, Activision Blizzard Inc., stated that the next part of the installment will be rolled out . . . → Read More: Activition Changes Modern Warfare with Ghost; New Story and Characters
As the Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag nears official release, Ubisoft offers a nice treat for the fans who pre-ordered the game through “The Watch” app.
The video is a trailer of the fourth installment of the Assassin’s Creed game series, the Black Flag. The trailer is said to make the fans get more excited about the release but this trailer video is only for those who pre-ordered the game through an app which is available in any platforms – desktops, smartphones and tablet PC’s.
In this app, users can read news updates, upcoming . . . → Read More: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Pre-Orders Come with Good Treats Through App
On of the biggest gaming company, Electronic Arts (EA), has announced and confirmed the layoffs in their company but no details yet on how many will be left jobless.
According to a statement they released in their website, they said “In recent weeks, EA has aligned all elements of its organizational structure behind priorities in new technologies and mobile,”. The gaming company will be reducing the workforce from different locations or offices. They also stated that, “We are extremely grateful for the contributions made by each of our employees – those that are leaving EA will . . . → Read More: Electronic Arts Reduces Workforce Again