Cyberpunk 2077 has received yet another round of fixes, in the RPG’s grim march from a mess everyone was excited about to a functional game everyone has forgotten about. This one addresses bugs across several quests, and a handful of
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Well, another Cyberpunk 2077 patch has arrived, and although this one doesn’t bring any spectacular gameplay additions it does promise further bug fixes and stability improvements.
Patch 1.23 is now live on all platforms, and
Chains of Domination, the first major content update for World of Warcraft’s Shadowlands expansion, is due out this month. The MMORPG game developer Blizzard has announced the Shadowlands patch will be released June 29, the day after the conclusion of
Season Four of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone will launch on June 17. Additionally, the roadmap shows that there will be plenty of new content for you to experience at the premiere of the season. Alongside
If you’re a League of Legends fan you’ll know that, approximately every couple of weeks, the multiplayer game receives a hefty update. Usually packed with shiny new Champion skins, a batch of Champion, item, and rune balance changes, fixes, and
Microsoft on Tuesday released another round of security updates for Windows operating systems and other supported software, squashing 50 vulnerabilities, including 6 zero-days that are said to be under active attack.
The flaws were identified and resolved in Microsoft Windows,
Mojang has rolled out part one of its Caves & Cliffs update for Minecraft. This covers all platforms including the Switch version and adds new blocks and mobs.
There’s now axolotl, goats, copper ore and even a spyglass. Mojang
Last night, the Mass Effect Legendary Edition got a new patch, nerfing Commander Shepard’s bank account and reducing the noise from those deafening Mass Relays. Sure, it got some performance tweaks here and there, but more importantly, you’ll now