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15. 2. 2020 – GamingHub
New Mythical Pokémon Teased For Sword And Shield
Other / 15. 2. 2020

Pokémon’s anniversary is February 27, a day that will likely be filled with news and events for most of the active Pokémon games. For Sword and Shield, Game Freak has stated that it will reveal a new mythical Pokémon that will likely appear in the game at the same time. The official Pokémon Twitter account shared what is believed to be the silhouette of this new critter.

Stardew Valley’s Pelican Town Remade in Dreams
Other / 15. 2. 2020

Only released a few days ago on PlayStation 4, players are already hard at work designing their own creations in Media Molecule’s Dreams. One of the most impressive creations so far is a complete 3D recreation of Stardew Valley’s Pelican Town. Creator Tooshi, a YouTuber who produces a ton of Stardew Valley videos, shared the remake on Twitter, taking viewers on a quick tour of Pelican Town which features some of Stardew Valley’s most recognizable locations like Jojomart and Stardrop Saloon. Check out the trailer. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/02/15/stardew-valleys-pelican-town-remade-in-dreams”] The Dreams recreation is almost identical to that of Stardew Valley and even allows players to visit various NPC homes — although you can’t go inside. If you’d like to check out the creation for yourself, it can be downloaded for free on the Dreams website. Here’s a birds-eye view of Pelican Town. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=14-community-creations-made-in-dreams&captions=true”] Tooshi detailed the process of his Stardew Valley Dreams creation on YouTube for those interested. You can also find tons of other Stardew creations on his YouTube channel. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2019/05/16/we-played-the-most-nsfw-games-we-could-find-in-ps4s-dreams”] Dreams has been home to tons of different fan creations over the past few months, including Mario, Sonic, and Pokemon creations. Dreams’ early access came to an end…

First Look At New Rainbow Six Siege Operators Gameplay
Other / 15. 2. 2020

Ubisoft has announced Operation Void Edge, the first season of Rainbow Six Siege Year 5. As is tradition, the season adds DLC in the form of two new Operators – Iana and Oryx – a map rework, and a few tweaks to keep the game balanced. Unlike Siege’s previous operation, which introduced new Operators designed to be fresh alternatives to pre-existing roles, Operation Void Edge’s characters bring wholly new gameplay elements to Rainbow Six. In short: controllable decoy scout holograms and the ability to leap through walls and hatches. First up is Iana, who is perhaps Siege’s most sci-fi attacker yet. A Dutch operator who previously worked as part of the European space project, her gadget, the Gemini Replicator, creates a controllable holographic copy of herself. Essentially a walking version of Alibi’s Prisma, when activated you effectively (for lack of a better term) leap out of Iana’s body and into the hologram. Controlling the Gemini Replicator is identical to using a regular Operator, although the hologram cannot shoot, melee, deploy secondary gadgets, climb ladders, or use rappel ropes. It does produce footsteps and noise, though, and so can be used to convince an enemy that an attacker is moving towards…

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare patch fixes bug allowing players to use unearned attachments
Other / 15. 2. 2020

A small patch has been released for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare which fixes a couple of bugs and an exploit. Infinity Ward released a small update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare yesterday, and it fixes a bug that allowed players to use attachments they hadn’t yet earned. The update also patched an exploit on various maps and modes and squashed a bug that left a player’s CDL filter active after joining a party without CDL filters. Some backend fixes were also applied. Season Two for the game recently kicked off with the return of Rust from Modern Warfare 2, and the Zhokov Boneyard ground war map. Players that own the Season Two Battle Pass are also instantly rewarded with an unlock for Special Forces Operator Simon “Ghost” Riley, who is playable across all multiplayer and Special Ops modes. Also, just this week the game’s battle royale mode Warzone leaked. The leaks for the rumored battle royale didn’t stop with just the name: the full map, promo art but the information on Supply Station, Plunder, killstreaks, loadouts and respawn mechanic also leaked. The post Call of Duty: Modern Warfare patch fixes bug allowing players to use unearned attachments appeared first on VG247.

Siege’s Operation Void Edge – New Gameplay Today
Other / 15. 2. 2020

Click here to watch embedded media I’ve been incredibly lucky to be flown out by Ubisoft to some excellent Siege preview events over the last two years. I always have a good time, but I can say with complete confidence that they’ve never given me more exciting content to look forward to then they have here at the Six Invitational. Join me and some very special guests in the video above as I show off the two new operators, the Kool-Aid Man defender and the astral-projecting attacker. This incredibly strong duo are just a taste of what’s to come, so come back tomorrow for more big reveals about the next year of Siege!

Check out the official trailer for Castlevania Season 3
Other / 15. 2. 2020

Castlevania Season 3 airs on Netflix next month, and here’s a trailer to get you excited. If you haven’t seen the previous season, it’s said this Castlevania Season 3 trailer may contain spoilers. Just know that going in. In this season, according to the official blurb, Belmont and Sypha “settle into a village with sinister secrets,” Alucard will mentor a pair of admirers, and Isaac “embarks on a quest to locate Hector.” Netflix announced earlier this month Season 3 of its series will air on March 5. Season One of the series aired in 2017, followed by Season 2 in 2019. The post Check out the official trailer for Castlevania Season 3 appeared first on VG247.