While many of us are cutting back on our journey through the United States, there are some who are playing Microsoft Flight Simulator should enjoy a better view. The game’s latest update has added high-res versions of many American landmarks, including the White House, the Statue of Liberty and Hoover Dam.
Oddly enough, for a game that loves unexpected towering monoliths, the newly discovered real structure in Utah failed to cut (this time). If you do not have a PC ready to run the game or time to almost pilot yourself across the country, there is a 4K trailer showing some of the new sights.
The SIE CEO also said there is “news to come” in response to Microsoft’s Game Pass.
Trust is a wonderful thing. Sony came to this generation’s console game in prime position: PS4 overshadowed the Xbox One family in sales and set itself up well for PlayStation 5. If you needed proof of the company’s position, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) CEO Jim Ryan confirmed in an interview with Russia’s Tass that PlayStation 5 is sold out, despite his best efforts to have enough stock. He believes that supply shortages would have happened even without COVID-19.
And Ryan said Sony is taking a wait-and-see stance over Microsoft’s recent studio purchases, which include Bethesda and ID software. However, it sounds like the company is planning to take some action in response to Microsoft’s Game Pass. “There’s actually some news coming, but just not today,” he told Tass.
After researchers found a database online filled with login information that was validated against Spotify, the music service began resetting passwords for the small portion of the listed accounts. It is unclear where the information came from, but vpnMentor researchers speculated that it was retrieved from other leaks and used in credentials attacks on Spotify, where attackers hope to find people using the same password and email combination on multiple accounts. But you would not be one of these people, right?
It includes Battle Passes, V-Bucks and exclusive cosmetics.
Hello to Fortnite Crew, a monthly subscription that includes each seasonal Battle Pass, 1,000 V bucks to use in the game’s Item Shop and a special package that includes Crew – exclusive clothing and accessories. The scheme launches on December 2 – the same day as the fifth season of Chapter Two is expected to launch – giving you $ 11.99 (€ 11.99 / £ 9.99) back per. Month.
Is it worth it? It depends on. A Battle Pass currently costs 950 V-Bucks – a little less than $ 7.99. A Fortnite Crew subscription makes sense when a Battle Pass is released because you also get a bonus of 1,000 V-Bucks to use in-store (which is worth an additional $ 7.99) in addition to the exclusive Crew cosmetics. This monthly service aims to keep real money flowing in a more predictable way for Epic that is targeted Fortnite faithful.
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