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  1. The Urban Jungle Apparel Event is now live in The Division 2. Running until April 20, the latest event gives you a chance to earn new apparel for your agents via time-limited Apparel Caches. There are 35 new apparel items included as part of the Urban Jungle event. Earning cache keys is done by leveling up your SHD levels (one key is awarded for every four levels), or by purchasing them outright using Premium Credits. Anyone who logs in will receive one key to get started, and you can gift keys to other players as well. The event contains a collection of four full cosmetic outfits: Reconnaissance, Hazard, Gorilla, and Chrome. It also includes additional clothing items, four weapon skins, and one mask. If you manage to collect every item from the event, you'll be awarded the unique Purifier Face Mask. Fortunately, Event Caches don't contain duplicates, so there's no RNG preventing you from getting your hands on everything. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  2. Respawn may be teasing the next town takeover for Apex Legends. If you head to Sniper's Ridge--an apt name for the location given it provides a nice perch over Skyhook and usually hides sniper weapons, attachments, and ammo--on World's Edge, you'll find new map changes that seem to hint that Bloodhound is getting a town takeover next. About partway up the ridge, you'll see a corpse covered in a murder of crows--the same type that Bloodhound sees with their passive ability, Tracker, as a warning sign that enemies are close. Approach the crows and they'll fly away, revealing the corpse to be what looks like a prowler. No, not a Prowler, like Apex Legends' heavy ammo submachine gun, but a prowler, like the ferocious creature first mentioned in Titanfall and first seen in Titanfall 2. Who else remembers getting hunted by these things in Titanfall 2's Effect and Cause level?Above the prowler, you can spot that a small flag has been posted on top of the cliffs. It's the same type of flag that appeared in Kings Canyon prior to Wraith's town takeover--it marked the future location of the Singh Labs, which was added to the Apex Legends map in the final weeks of Season 2: Battle Charge during the limited-time Voidwalker event. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  3. Being an Easter-inspired event, it's no surprise that eggs feature prominently into Bunny Day, Animal Crossing: New Horizons' first-ever seasonal event. It's live from now through April 12, and while the basics are all outlined for you, there are some details you might need to discover on your own. Below, we've detailed all six types of eggs and how to obtain each one. The majority of the eggs require some type of tool, so you'll want to have some materials on hand. In particular, from my experience, there are a ton of balloons out, so you'll want to craft at least one slingshot on hand at all times so you don't miss out on any. (If you've unlocked Nook's Cranny, you can buy one from the cabinet in the back-left corner for 900 bells.) Speaking with Zipper T. Bunny reveals there are six types of eggs, but he only mentions five ways of obtaining them. Here's the full list of all six and how to get them: Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  4. Many songs from video games enter our minds and stay with us forever. Whenever someone mentions the Lost Woods in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, I don't think about the puzzling labyrinth inside; I think about the melodic jingle that loops over and over again as I explore the forest. Video game soundtracks can be as powerful and sometimes even more memorable than the gameplay experience itself. There's a seemingly endless supply of wonderful video game soundtracks, and many of them are available to stream on services like Spotify, Amazon Music Unlimited, and Apple Music. If you're looking for some fun tunes to help pass the time inside, we've rounded up more than 35 of the best video game soundtracks you can stream right now. We chose to only include original music, so no licensed soundtracks appear on this list--sorry Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, but we still love the old you. Also, only one game from a single franchise was chosen, so The Legend of Zelda doesn't appear a handful of times. Lastly, our picks are in no particular order. Popular music-streaming services Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  5. Alongside a brand-new game mode, developer PUBG Corporation has dropped a quick hotfix update for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We've compiled the patch notes below. The hotfix update is pretty small, addressing a few minor issues with the game to make the console experience a little smoother. Notably, Xbox players should now be able to search for PS4 players so that they can play together and people should be able to invite their friends to custom matches. The patch also makes some adjustments to Team Deathmatch, particularly re-introducing the maps Sanhok and Vikendi, fixing issues the user interface and player damage, and more. Elsewhere in the update, PUBG's shotguns shells should display correctly on the UI, players should climb stairs appropriately in TDM, weapons should no longer move after pulling the pin out of a throwable explosive, and more. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  6. Nihon Falcom's Trails of Cold Steel series has made waves among hardcore RPG fans for years now. Today, the company announced that the fourth entry in the series will come to North America this autumn on PS4, with a PC and Nintendo Switch release coming in 2021. If you haven't heard of The Legend of Heroes, it's a series of loosely-connected RPGs that run back to the late '80s. Though all of the games in the series have found fans on Western shores, the fanbase for the series exploded after the release of Trails in the Sky on PSP back in 2011. The Trails of Cold Steel series takes place after the events of Trails in the Sky, and differentiates itself through its high-school setting. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  7. Patch 2.08 is now available to download for Dreams on PlayStation 4. The latest update for Media Molecule's creating and sharing platform adds some new characters and a couple of edit mode changes. The full patch notes detail the Welcome Garden Character Pack, which introduces two new playable characters, an NPC, and a few enemies. You can use each of these characters in your creations, and their aesthetic goes well with the previously released Welcome Garden Art Pack. The rest of the newly implemented changes are centred around Dreams' edit mode. There's a new Blank Puppet designed for platforming gameplay, and you can now navigate the Dreamiverse using the directional buttons on your controller, as well as a few other improvements. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  8. With April Fools' Day finally here, many companies are participating in pranking their fanbases. Developer Ubisoft Montreal is doing the same with For Honor on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One--and the results are tiny but come with some pretty big laughs. All player-controlled characters on For Honor's battlefield have been shrunk to near-microscopic levels. The appearance change recalls Joe Johnston's 1989 comedy science fiction film Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, in which a dad reduces two families to a quarter of an inch in height and must get back to the lab to undo the experiment while fending off hazards, insects, and more. Check out For Honor: Mini Edition below, which is only available for April Fools' Day. In other For Honor news, Ubisoft introduced a crossover event with The Prince from the studio's long-dormant action-adventure series Prince of Persia. The limited-time event, The Blades of Persia, is available on all platforms until April 2. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  9. It's April 1, and as foretold on the ancient tablets that can mean only one thing: The internet is even more full of lies than usual, except today we call them "pranks." The video game industry isn't quite as active in the holiday merriment this year due to, you know, everything, but some studios are still getting in on the goofs. Check out some of the best pranks this year, and leave a comment if you spot any that we haven't. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Makes Shipment Even More Cramped The notoriously tiny map Shipment is now playable in 10v10 teams, making for a wildly frantic match. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  10. April has arrived, and Niantic is kicking off the month with a new event in Pokemon Go. The Tricky Pokemon event is underway for a limited time, and it introduces a new Gen 5 Pokemon to the game, as well as a couple of new Shiny forms. Until 10 PM local time on April 7, Pokemon that specialize in mimicry--such as Voltorb, Ditto, Sudowoodo, and Foongus--will appear in the wild more often than normal. You'll also have a chance of finding Shiny versions of Sudowoodo and Croagunk during the event. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  11. The first seasonal event in Switch's just-released Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Bunny Day, is now live. The game's take on Easter involves acquiring eggs hidden all around your island, acquiring new recipes, and crafting new furniture and decorations. Bunny Day is available as part of a free update released just prior to launch; simply make sure your game is up-to-date and you'll be able to dive in when you open the game. Zipper T. Bunny has appeared on the island and will be sticking around through April 12, which marks Bunny Day itself. Speaking with him will reward you with a DIY recipe and get you the basic details of what's going on during the event. You can acquire eggs in a variety of ways, including: Leaf egg -- trees Stone eggs -- rocks Water eggs -- fishing Sky eggs -- popping Bunny Day-colored balloons Earth eggs -- digging up fossil-style cracks Wood eggs -- hitting trees with an axe Recipes you obtain--which include the Bunny Day fence, stool, bed, and glowy garland--are crafted using eggs you catch. Zipper teases that if you're able to acquire every recipe and craft its corresponding item, he'll have a special gift for you. More recipes will be hidden during the event, so it sounds as if you won't be able to necessarily complete your collection on the first day. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  12. Family-friendly games filled with lots of laughs are ideal right about now as we practice social distancing. A new multiplayer physics game published by the prolific TinyBuild Games looks to provide just that. Totally Reliable Delivery Service released today on PS4, Xbox One Switch, PC, and mobile, and you can pick it up free of charge until April 8 at the Epic Games Store. Developed by We're Five Games, Totally Reliable Delivery Service drops you and three friends--either locally or online--on a sandbox island. Your job is to deliver packages across the open world by any means necessary. Cartoonish visuals and a ragdoll physics engine ensure that Totally Reliable Delivery Service doesn't take itself too seriously--or seriously at all, really. Essentially, you're terrible at your job by design. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  13. In the last update for Season 2 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, developer Infinity Ward is bringing back an intense spin on Gunfight, introducing a new variant to Cyber Attack, and having a little fun with April Fools' Day. Gunfight will see the return of a Snipers-Only 3v3 playlist, which is pretty self-explanatory. The regular 2v2 mode will add another play to each team and cycle through snipers only, making the cramped and quick matches a real test of precision. Cyber Attack is also getting a new spin with a Pro variant, which removes the need to revive teammates and automatically respawns them back into the game. This should give the mode a much more chaotic feel, as players can return to the action a lot faster than before. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  14. With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing much of the world into self-isolation, being able to find affordable respite has rarely been a more pressing concern. Today we take a look at three recent indie games that deliver us relief, letting us escape to a better place and refocus on finding a connection with others. This is our second indie roundup for 2020. If you’re still on the lookout for more Neat Indie Games, go back and check out our takes on Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard, Kine and Superliminal. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  15. WWE 2K20 and some of the brand's most iconic wrestlers are coming together to entertain you during your coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine. The WWE Dream Match Mania event will simulate matches between some of the biggest wrestlers in history, and it will have commentary from real WWE superstars to back it up. Airing April 2 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET on WWE's platforms as well as YouTube, Twitter, Twitch, and Facebook, WWE Dream Match Mania will consist of six simulated matches. Roman Reigns vs. The Rock with commentary from Jimmy and Jey Uso Sasha Banks vs. Trish Stratus with commentary from Sasha Banks and Bayley John Cena vs. Hulk Hogan with commentary from R-Truth and Drake Maverick Seth Rollins vs. Rick Flair with commentary from Johnny Gargano and Adam Cole Charlotte Flair vs. Beth Phoenix with commentary from both wrestlers Goldberg vs. Big E with commentary from Big E and Kofi Kingston Alongside WWE Network and its own platforms, you'll be able to watch the event on UpUpDownDown's social media platforms. UpUpDownDown is the gaming channel run by Xavier Woods, otherwise known as WWE superstar Xavier Woods. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
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