Forza 7 Will Feature A Bunch Of Awesome Old-School Race Cars

Forza Motorsport 7 will have an enormous number of drivable cars–over 700, Microsoft states. Today, a handful of those were revealed, and they’re all really cool vintage race cars.

In a blog post today, developer Turn 10 announced that a whole bunch of classic cars are coming to the game. They’re not just 1960s and ’70s muscle cars, either: they go way back to the years before World War II, when car racing was just getting started. According to the studio, they include cars with wooden frames; the first attempts at race cars from well-known manufacturers; and cars that significantly influenced automobile design.

Forza 7 Will Feature A Bunch Of Awesome Old-School Race Cars
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You can see the whole list here. Turn 10 highlights the 1950 Alfa Romeo 158, the 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, and the 1953 Chevrolet Corvette. The Volkswagen is particularly notable, considering that the manufacturer was conspicuously absent from Turn 10’s most recent release, Forza Horizon 3. Due to a licensing disagreement, the studio wasn’t able to get VW cars in the game. They’ll return, however, to Forza Motorsport 7.

Forza 7 launches on September 29 for Xbox One and Windows 10. Turn 10 previously announced 167 of the game’s cars, which you can read about here. At E3 2017, Microsoft showed the game running on an Xbox One X at native 4K resolution and 60 frames per second. You can watch the gameplay video in the embed at the top of this article.

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Civilization 6 DLC Introduces Its Next Civ

2K and Firaxis have unveiled the next playable civilization and leader on its way to Civilization VI. The new DLC will introduce Nubia to the mix.

Led by the queen Amanitore, Nubia features the unique Ta-Seti ability. This offer bonus production when creating ranged units, and those units gain experience more quickly in combat. Additionally, mines provide more production than usual when built on strategic resources and more gold when built on luxury resources. Amanitore’s unique ability is Kandake of Meroe, providing bonus production when constructing districts, which themselves are improved if a Nubian Pyramid (more on those in a second) is located next to the city center.

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Ta-Seti combines nicely with Nubia’s unique unit, the Pitati. These are both stronger and faster than the Archer unit that they replace and can be upgraded into the Crossbowman. The civ also has access to a unique tile improvement called the Nubian Pyramid. Masonry is a requirement, and they can only be built on desert, desert hill, and flood plain tiles, but they provide faith and additional bonuses based on the adjacent tiles.

A release date for Nubia was not announced; we only know it’s coming “soon” along with a Gifts of the Nile scenario, where you play as Nubia or Egypt and attempt to the control the Nile River. If you own the Digital Deluxe edition of Civ VI, you’ll automatically receive the Nubia DLC for free. A price also was not announced, but other civ/scenario packs sell for $5.

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Titanfall 2's New DLC Out Now, Here Are The Patch Notes

The latest DLC for Titanfall 2 is now available. Players can download the Operation Frontier Shield pack on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for free, while an array of new cosmetic DLC items are also up for purchase.

The biggest addition from the Operation Frontier Shield pack is Frontier Defense, a four-player cooperative horde mode that tasks players with defending their Harvester against increasingly difficult waves of enemies. The reward for completing matches is mode-exclusive Aegis Ranks, which can unlock additional upgrades for players’ Titans. Frontier Defense currently supports five maps, though Respawn says that additional ones will be added to the mode in future updates.

Along with Frontier Defense, today’s update introduces two new maps to the game. The first, Rise, is a remaster from the original Titanfall and is one of the five stages supported in the aforementioned mode. Rise is a close-quarters map that emphasizes long sight lines. The second map, Township, is for the game’s Live Fire mode and is a residential area with sparse coverage.

Finally, players will be able to purchase various Warpaints for their Titans and weapons. Aside from their cosmetic differences, the Titan Warpaints give players and their teammates a chance to earn bonus Aegis XP after completing Frontier Defense matches. These skins are only available until August 28 and can be purchased individually for $5 or as a bundle for $25. Additionally, players can buy Elite Weapon Warpaints that grant merit boosts for the team as well as a 10% chance to earn a double XP token at the end of a match. These are likewise available until August 28 and retail for $5 individually or $25 as a bundle. You can learn more about the Warpaints on Respawn’s website.

Respawn has also made an assortment of fixes and refinements to the game. You can read about all of the changes from today’s update here, while a portion of the patch notes can be found below.

Game Improvements

  • Added more out of bounds triggers to Complex.
  • New stats page for maps, including tracking of Frontier Defense difficulty levels.
  • Visual improvements for Weapon and Titan stats pages.

Titan Balance

General

  • Ogre class Titans now have a baseline of 1 dash with a 10 second cooldown.
  • Turbo Engine will now reduce cool down of Scorch and Legion’s dashes to 5 seconds. It will still behave the same as before for other Titan classes.
  • Overcore now gives 20% core meter.
  • Electric Smoke unlocks at 20% instead of 25%.

Ronin

  • Sword Block damage reduction reduced by 5%.

Scorch

  • Scorch will now have 1 dash charge with a 10 second cooldown.
  • Increased Firewall’s width.
  • Scorch Kits
  • Wildfire Launcher now increases the direct-hit damage of the Thermite Launcher. It still increases the amount of fire spread.
  • Scorched Earth’s lingering fire lasts longer.
  • Tempered Plating now makes Scorch immune to crits and his own thermite damage.
  • Fixed a bug with Flame Core not igniting Incendiary Traps.

Legion

  • Legion will now have 1 dash charge with a 10 second cooldown.
  • Hidden Compartment: Power Shot has two charges and Power Shot damage is reduced by 15%.

Monarch

  • XO-16 base magazine size increased to 40 rounds.
  • Reduced the strength of the slow effect of Energy Siphon.
  • Slightly reduced effectiveness of Arc Rounds against Vortex Shield and Heat Shield.
  • Multi-Target Missile System no longer locks onto cloaked targets.

Pilot Balance

General

  • Aim Assist settings have been modified for Assault Rifles and SMGs.
  • ARs and SMGs require you to be aiming closer to your target before any ADS assist takes effect.
  • Reduced the overall effectiveness of ADS assist for Assault Rifles.
  • Titan Hunter kit modified to be 10% extra Titan meter from damage instead of 10% Titan Meter on Titan Kill.

Phase Shift

  • Now has just 1 charge, but recharges faster.

SMGs

  • Medium and long damage significantly reduced.
  • One of the positive changes we saw in the High TTK playlist was the increase of weapon diversity. It is our hope that between the Aim Assist nerf and this SMG nerf, we’ll see weapon diversity increased across all three platforms.

G2

  • Reduced fire rate.

DMR

  • Reduced fire rate: In this particular instance, we felt that the reduced fire rate simply made the gun feel better since the gun stabilizes better between shots.

Flatline

  • Slightly reduced damage at medium range. It still has the best medium range damage of any Assault Rifle.

Archer

  • No longer locks onto cloaked targets.

Smart Pistol

  • No longer locks onto cloaked targets.

Sidearms

  • High TTK playlist changes for the P2016, Wingman, Wingman Elite, and Mozambique have been brought over to bring their power level down now that all Pilots can carry a secondary weapon.

Melee

  • Lunge time and melee hit frames changed to .3 seconds from .2 seconds. This will help people firing weapons, particularly automatic weapons, get extra shots in before the lunge completes.
  • Melee lunge range reduced.
  • Non-lunge melee attack range increased. This will help with the cases where melee looks like it should hit but doesn’t connect with the target.

Game Mode Adjustments

  • Various improvements to the UI for Private Match, including increased visibility of text chat on PC.

Misc. Bug Fixes

  • Fixed issues with purchasable Nose Arts not showing up correctly on Titans.
  • Spectators in Marked for Death can no longer be marked for death.
  • (Xbox One) Buttons and pod doors in War Games intro sequence now play at the correct volume.
  • Titan Nose Arts flagged as Advocate Gift unlocks may now actually be awarded when opening Advocate Gifts.

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GTA 5 Update Introduces New Online Mode, Car, And More

Rockstar’s impressive continued support of Grand Theft Auto V continues today with the release of yet another update. As always, this one focuses on GTA Online and introduces a new mode and vehicle.

The new Adversary mode is one called Power Mad, which centers around teams of two to four players attempting to secure the Juggernaut suit. Teams compete to pick up the power-up, which grants them control over an armored juggernaut with a minigun. The team who picks up the power-up attempts to keep their juggernaut alive long enough to fill a meter, which scores them a point. If the juggernaut dies, the power-up is dropped and both teams again have to fight to get their hands on it. From now through the end of July, players will receive double GTA$ and RP when playing Power Mad.

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That money has an additional use as of today, thanks to a new car being added. The Pegassi Torero strongly resembles a real-life Lamborghini and features scissor doors. A 25% discount on engine upgrades for all cars through the end of the month also provides the opportunity to make it even more impressive without breaking the virtual bank.

Rockstar has also announced the newest round of bonuses and discounts, which run through July 31. Research speeds are increased by 25%, the Weapon and Vehicle Workshop modules for the Mobile Operations Center are 25% off, and a wide variety of weapons (all handguns, machine guns, SMGs, assault rifles, and sniper rifles) are 25% off.

This week’s Premium Race is Trench III (with a restriction to bikes only), while the Time Trial is Cypress Flats. Per the usual, the Premium Race only pays out its big GTA$ reward to finishers in the top three, but everyone gets Triple RP. The Time Trial offers significant GTA$ and RP rewards for anyone who beats the target time.

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Fortnite Finally Available In Early Access on PC, PS4, And Xbox One

After years in development, Fortnite–the tower defense/survival game hybrid from Gears of War and Unreal Tournament creator Epic Games–is finally ready to launch, albeit in Early Access. It’s available now on PC/Mac, PS4, and Xbox One.

Although not scheduled to release in full as a free-to-play game until sometime in 2018, this is a paid version of Early Access. It follows a long series of beta and alpha tests, but if you’re interested in playing now, you’ll have to purchase at least the $40 standard version of Fortnite. This includes access to the game and various bonuses, such as loot packs and additional customization options. More expensive versions of the game–including the Deluxe ($60), Super Deluxe ($80), and Limited ($150) editions–come with additional bonuses, like weapon packs, additional hero characters, and even bonus copies of the base game to share with friends.

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Not unlike Orcs Must Die, Fortnite puts you in a third-person action take on tower defense. However, Fortnite also features an expansive building system, letting you create elaborate series of traps and structures to help defend and fight off waves of enemies. You can get a glimpse of what it’s like in the launch trailer above.

Fortnite was first revealed way back in December 2011, when Cliff Bleszinski was still working at Epic. It was shown to be a cartoony survival game where you’d explore and scavenge, elements which remain a part of Fortnite all these years later.

The Early Access version of Fortnite actually launched recently for some players who pre-ordered, but there have been technical issues affecting its servers. This has resulted in some downtime as Epic works to resolve the situation.

Below you’ll find Fortnite’s system requirements and recommended specs for those looking to play on PC or Mac.

Fortnite Recommended System Requirements

  • GPU: Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 equivalent DX11 GPU
  • VRAM: 2 GB
  • CPU: Core i5 2.8 Ghz
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit

Minimum System Requirements:

  • GPU: Intel HD 4000
  • CPU: Core i3 2.4 Ghz
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit + Mac OSX Sierra

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The Sims 4 For Xbox One Leaked, Release Date Revealed

The Sims 4 came to PC back in 2014, and it now seems the game is finally coming to Xbox One. A product page on the Microsoft Store has listed the game for Xbox One with a release date scheduled for November 17.

No official announcement from publisher EA has yet been made regarding The Sims 4 coming to console, so it’s possible this is simply a listing error. It’s also unclear whether the PC title will come to other platforms, and how much it will cost. GameSpot has contacted EA for comment.

The Sims 4 recently came to Origin Access, the PC equivalent of EA Access–the Xbox One-exclusive subscription service that includes a number of free games. The libraries of free games available to EA and Origin Access members are typically very similar; that The Sims 4 has come to Origin Access, then, may hint that it will be added to Xbox One’s EA Access Vault in the future.

EA has continued to support The Sims 4 since its release three years ago. Earlier in 2017 the game received a free update that added toddlers.

“I’m not exaggerating when I say we’ve been talking about this particular update for years,” executive producer Lyndsay Pearson said at the time. “We just had to find the right time, resources, and design to allow us to start the heavy process of actually building and bringing toddlers to life. And believe me when I say it has been really really difficult to not talk about this as we worked to get it right.”

In our original PC review, critic Kevin VanOrd called The Sims 4 “a lovely and lively game that elicits constant smirks,” but he said a “a decked-out version of The Sims 3 is far more inviting.” Read more in our full The Sims 4 review.

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World Of Warcraft's Fan-Made Legacy Server Shut Down Hours After Launch

Felmyst, a private World of Warcraft server developed by fans and designed to emulate Blizzard’s MMO as it was in 2007, when its Burning Crusade expansion launched, has been shut down. The server launched on July 21, but was shut down just a few hours later.

Gummy52, a developer on the project, posted an image of a cease-and-desist letter from Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP, a legal firm representing World of Warcraft developer Blizzard. The letter stated that the server constitutes an infringement of Blizzard’s intellectual property.

World Of Warcraft's Fan-Made Legacy Server Shut Down Hours After Launch

“We understand that through your involvement with Felmyst, you are engaged in the development, distribution, and hosting of so-called ’emulated server’ software (hereafter, the ‘Infringing Services),'” the letter reads. “Among other things, [these] Infringing Services allow users to play altered and/or illegitimate copies of WoW online [without] the need for a legitimately-purchased copy or subscription.”

ArsTechnica has further details on the letter, which goes on to state that “Blizzard has never authorized and, in fact, expressly prohibits the forgoing activity.”

It continues: “Our client’s copyrights are extremely valuable and Blizzard takes this matter very seriously. As you can appreciate, your activity causes serious and irreparable injury to the value and integrity of our client’s products and intellectual property.”

In an accompanying post, which now replaces the Felmyst website and forums, Gummy52 said the server was the culmination of four years of work. He added that a muscular dystrophy condition prevents him from moving to another country as “an alternative means to host the server.”

Part of the issue seems to be the amount of people that have suddenly taken an interest in the legacy server. The intention was to have a small community of players enjoying a classic version of the game, but this hasn’t been possible. Gummy52 said he is unwilling to hand off the project to someone else as, given the increased attention the server has received, “the market to wrongfully profit from this stuff is much too lucrative to hand it out on a whim.”

“I am sad that things didn’t turn out the way I’d hoped but I don’t think I’d change any of the decisions I made,” he continued. “I gambled that we could cap the servers at 3k and enjoy a close community. Sadly, I did not win that gamble, though on some level it was nice to see so many people eager to enjoy something I worked on. This project gave the last four years of my life a sense of purpose that I thoroughly enjoyed.”

Last year, Blizzard shut down a popular legacy server called Nostralrius that rolled the game back to its vanilla version. Following that, Blizzard met with the developers of Nostralrius. The server’s project manager said, at the meeting, the Blizzard team appeared to be in favor of having legacy servers in the game.

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Bioware's Anthem Now Has A Corn Maze Tie-In

If there was a competition for strangest video game marketing material, Anthem would win it. Developer Bioware announced today that there’s now an Anthem-themed corn maze.

People can now go wander through a maze shaped like one of the mechs from Anthem, thanks to a partnership between Bioware and Edmonton Corn Maze. It’s in Edmonton, Canada, and features a massive Bioware logo carved into the corn field, as well. Check it out:

At least Bioware seems to be aware of the inherent ridiculousness of making a video game-themed corn maze. “In a world saturated with banners and billboards, getting the message out about our new game, Anthem, is more important than ever,” the video’s description states. “Rather than taking a conventional approach, we’ve chosen a field as our medium. What better way to celebrate the growth of a new game than through corn, which also grows?”

Oh, and if the corn maze isn’t silly enough, Bioware also filled its announcement post with a bunch of maze and corn puns. The company’s not saying, however, if a corn field will somehow make its way into the game. “We cannot confirm nor deny whether Anthem will feature corn in any shape or form,” the post reads.

Anthem is a third-person cooperative action game set in a science-fiction universe. Bioware is positioning it as a “science fantasy” game like Star Wars. It’s scheduled for release sometime in 2018 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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Square Enix Switch/PS4/PC RPG Lost Sphear's New Screenshots Show Mechs

Square Enix has shared some new screenshots of Lost Sphear, the sophomore effort from I Am Setsuna developer Tokyo RPG Factory. The new images show off more of the title’s world and battle system, as well as give fans a glimpse at a potentially new element of the game.

Like the studio’s previous title, Lost Sphear is a traditional RPG heavily inspired by classic 16-bit adventures like Chrono Trigger. The new batch of screenshots provide a closer look at many of its classical elements, but what’s most notable about the images is that they seemingly reveal a new mechanic that Square Enix hadn’t previously detailed: mech suits. Some of the screenshots show protagonist Kanata and his party donning what appears to be robotic combat armor, which weren’t shown off when the game was unveiled last month. You can see them in the screenshots below.

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Lost Sphear is a melancholy adventure set in a world created by memories. When memories fade, so too does a part of the world, leaving a white mist in its wake. After Kanata witnesses this phenomenon firsthand when his mother disappears, he sets out with his friends Lumina and Locke on a quest to prevent his village from vanishing and restore the world. Along the way, the trio team up with an enigmatic ally named Van, who uses magic to control a mysterious weapon called Bits.

As in I Am Setsuna, Lost Sphear employs an active-time battle system, which has been enhanced to give players a “much greater sense of freedom” in combat. While Square Enix hasn’t shared any details on the mech suits the party can wear, the above images make it clear they’ll play a vital role both in and out of battle; in one of the screenshots, the party can be seen using the suits to destroy a giant boulder that’s blocking their path.

Lost Sphear is releasing for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC in early 2018. Square Enix is offering a limited quantity of physical copies for the PS4 and Switch versions through its online store. The physical copy retails for $50 and includes two additional music tracks.

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Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Fan-Made Multiplayer Mod Is In The Works

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a great game as it stands right now, garnering critical acclaim and commercial success. But, as with any single-player game, there are those that wish it was a bit more cooperative. Some fans have decided to make that wish a reality and started work on a multiplayer mod for the game.

Using the Cemu Wii U emulator on PC, a member of the mod community, Fooni, discussed the cooperative mod that they are working on with a couple of others. It’s extremely early in development, and there’s a long way to go before it’s truly playable, but it’s still cool to see a proof-of-concept. Check out one of the split-screen images from the mod in action below:

Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Fan-Made Multiplayer Mod Is In The Works

Currently, the mod only works on a single PC with local controls. It requires Cemu to be open in two clients at once, which is very unstable, according to Reddit user S1ash. In addition, S1ash points out that there are a lot of user interface and gameplay issues to work out, such as how inventories will work and how two players will change the process of completing shrines.

Fooni explained that the mod works by teleporting an NPC to the main player, swapping its model to Link, and then having the second player control it. Fooni says that it’ll take a long time–perhaps a few years–to finish the mod. There’s a chance it never sees the light of day, though, as Nintendo could intervene to shut it down as it has done to other fan-made Zelda projects in the past.

In other Breath of the Wild news, its first DLC pack recently launched. We posted a lot of guides and walkthroughs to help you get the most of the new content, and you can check out all of them here.

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