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Resident Evil 2 Remake Surpasses 5 Million Units in Worldwide Sales

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 09:25

Following the Resident Evil 3 remake reveal, Capocom announced that Resident Evil 2's remake surpassed 5 million in worldwide sales.

The post Resident Evil 2 Remake Surpasses 5 Million Units in Worldwide Sales appeared first on Siliconera.


The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Releases for Switch in Japan on March 19, 2020

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 09:25

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III for Switch comes West this Spring but Japan will get it on March 19, 2020.

The post The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Releases for Switch in Japan on March 19, 2020 appeared first on Siliconera.


Release: Transport Fever 2

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 09:17

The classic transport simulation genre has a new gold standard. Transport Fever 2 is now available DRM-free on GOG.COM. The game lets you discover a whole new world by navigating transport routes through land, water and air.

Until 18th December 2019, 6 PM UTC you can buy the game 10% off or with a 25% discount if you are an owner of the first Transport Fever.


Batman: The Complete Animated Series Blu-Ray Set Dropped To Under $42

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 09:07

Amazon has heavily discounted Batman: The Complete Animated Series Blu-Ray Set as part of its Deals of the Day. The bundle is currently on sale at around 53 percent off. If you are interested, you can check out the discount with the following link:

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Local Co-op for Halo on PC: answers at last

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 09:02

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Ever since the Master Chief Collection was announced for PC back in March, fans have been clamouring for the Xbox version’s classic split screen local co-op to be included in the PC port. But so far, it seems they’ve had no luck. In a Reddit AMA at the time, 343 Industries’ community director Brian “ske7ch” Jarrard said it was a “tricky” issue, and that 343 was still “looking at what can be supported”. Eight months later, the collection’s roll-out on PC has started with Halo: Reach – but there’s no split screen to be seen.

Luckily, however, I can reveal that Rock Paper Shotgun has secured answers to the local co-op question at last. Or at least, the answers to a local Co-op question. By which I mean, I can tell you how all the main characters in the Halo series would handle a trip to the local branch of Co-op, the UK’s beloved budget supermarket. I’ve got no idea about the split-screen thing. Here’s the information you were almost definitely looking for:

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Destiny 2: Season of Dawn – Ritual weapons guide

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:49

The Season of Dawn is finally here and there are three new Ritual Weapons to get your hands on in Destiny 2.

Ritual Weapons replaced Pinnacle Weapons in Shadowkeep’s first season and there are three shiny new toys up for grabs over the next few months. As usual, there’s a Crucible, Vanguard and Gambit Ritual Weapon to earn by completing various objectives. Ritual Weapons are slightly easier to earn than their Pinnacle counterparts but it still requires a lot of grafting to earn one.

You can check out our guide on how to start the A Matter of Time quest and unlock the Sundial here. Otherwise, let’s crack on and get you some shiny new weapons.

Destiny 2: Season of Dawn Ritual Weapons

To get started on a Ritual Weapon quest, you’ll need to speak to the appropriate vendor, namely, Zavala, Lord Shaxx and The Drifter. Once you’ve picked up the quest from each one, you can start ticking off boxes by defeating enemies in Gambit and Crucible matches, as well as taking part in Strikes. PvP wins and Nightfall Strikes will fill your progress bar faster, though it’ll be a much tougher challenge.

These weapons can also roll with several different perks, so we’ll list the most common ones below.

Crucible:

The Crucible Ritual Weapon is the Komodo-4FR Linear Fusion Rifle. It comes with the No Distractions perk, where flinching is reduced. I can also roll with Moving Target, where you’ll move faster and aim better when aiming down sights.

There’s also Eye of the Storm, which improves handling when your health gets low and Box Breathing, where you’ll get bonus range and precision damage if you aim without firing.

To earn the Komodo-4FR, visit Shaxx to get the Heart of the Dragon quest and:

  • Get 15 final blows with a Linear Fusion Rifle
  • Get 15 precision final blows with a Linear Fusion Rifle
  • Reach Heroic Glory Rank

Gambit:

This season, the Gambit Ritual Weapon is the Python Shotgun. It can come with the Overflow and Feeding Frenzy perks, where picking up Special or Heavy ammo reloads this weapon beyond its regular capacity and increase reload speed respectively.

It also comes with Shield Disorient, where energy matched shield explosions disorient enemies and One-Two Punch, where hitting an enemy with every projectile in a shotgun blast increases your melee damage.

To earn the Python, pick up the Get Closer quest from The Drifter, then:

  • Get 500 final blows using a shotgun
  • get 150 close-range final blows using a shotgun
  • Achieve Heroic Gambit Infamy rank

Vanguard:

Finally, the Vanguard Ritual Weapon is the Buzzard Sidearm. It also rolls with various perks, including Outlaw, where landing precision kills reduces your reload time and Fourth Time’s the Charm, where rapidly landing precision hits will return two rounds to the magazine.

There’s also a chance you’ll get Osmosis, where using your grenade ability changes this weapon’s damage type to match your subclass until you holster it and Swashbuckler, which increases its damage after melee kills and kills with the Buzzard.

To earn the Buzzard, get the Anything that Moves quest from Zavala and:

  • Fill the progress bar up to 100% by getting final blows with sidearms in Strikes
  • Get 50 airborne final blows using a sidearm
  • Score points in Strikes to fill the progress bar to 100%

The higher the Strike difficulty, the quicker you’ll get your hands on Buzzard.

For more Destiny 2: Shadowkeep guides, check out our pages on how to find the Pit of Heresy Dungeon, Nightmare Essence Cleansing and how to get Phantasmal Fragments, Cores, and access Nightmare Hunts.

You can also check out where to find the hidden Jade Rabbits and all the dead Ghosts and how to complete the Lunar Spelunker Bounty.

If you’re new to Destiny 2, you can check out our Forsaken guide here as well as how to find Lost Sectors and cache codes.

You can also check out our guides on how to get the Leviathan’s Breath Bow, the Xenophage Exotic Machine Gun, the Divinity Exotic Trace Rifle and Deathbringer Rocker Launcher.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gets new Ground War map, Infected party mode

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:49

Infinity Ward rolled out a small playlist update that brought new content to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Last night, a new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare server update was made available to players. The patch introduces Aniyah Palace to the Ground War playlist.

Aniyah Palace was actually the very first large-scale map Infinity Ward showed off prior to the game’s launch, but it never made it into the game. A smaller version of the same map was briefly available in 10v10, which was clearly a small player count for its size. It was removed shortly after.

Infected, the party mode where one player attempts to turn enemy players to their team by infecting (killing) them , is also live, replacing Reinforce. The Gunfight variant dubbed OSP where all players have to pick up weapons rather than start with a set loadout, is also back, replacing regular Gunfight.

Finally, the Hardcore section saw a lot of love, with a new Shoot House 24/7 playlist, and another NVG Moshpit. All of these updates will be available the next time you log into the game.

The post Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gets new Ground War map, Infected party mode appeared first on VG247.


‘Superliminal’ Coming to PS4

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:42

  • A puzzle game with faint hints of horror.
  • No date revealed yet.
  • An alternative for those who want to play it, but not on Epic Games Store.

Last month while hunting high and low for new, interesting indie games to put on your radar I stumbled across Superliminal on the Epic Games Store. A game where perspective takes the role of a key gameplay mechanic, your distance and point of view on different objects and rooms literally changes the world around you. It was a unique premise, but being on Epic Games Store as a distribution platform for the PC version was offputting for some. For those who want to play, but aren’t keen on using Epic Games Store, there’s good news; if you own a PlayStation 4 that is.

 

Revealed today as part of Sony’s final State of Play for 2019, Superliminal was revealed to be coming to the PlayStation 4 sometime in the future. The PlayStation 4 reveal trailer divulges more about the story of the game and puts more emphasis on the faint horror aspects contained in the game. It looks like the title’s scariest moments will be self-inflicted, as a giant soda can presumably crushes the player at the end.

In my previous coverage, I said the game reminds me of a blend of the Stanley Parable, The Witness, and just enough of The Backrooms style horror to make it a tense experience. The previous trailer showed tastes of pitfalls and oversized alarms, and this new trailer shows the dangers of perspective. It looks like sometimes bigger isn’t always better, according to the staircase that crushes through the floor and sends the player into a downward spiral.  Maybe there is just a bit more horror than we were initially lead to believe.

Now that it’s coming to the PlayStation 4 my temptation to give in and get it on Epic Games Store has been put off, now it’s just a matter of waiting for the console release. What do you think of the move to bring Superliminal to console? Is it something you’re looking forward to, or indifferent about? Let us know down below.

 

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Remake of ‘Resident Evil 3’ Launching Next Year

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:42

  • Includes Project: Resistance
  • Interestingly, Nemesis has been dropped from the name of the game.
  • Redesigns were real afterall.

 

Have you ever had a moment where you’re wrong, but you’re happy about it, but you’re also annoyed by it? That’s me right now. I was wrong, those leaked images turned out to be as true as the sky is blue. I guess I really was living an “Ok Boomer” moment when I was disappointed with some of the new design choices of the cast of Resident Evil 3’s remake when the leaks first hit, but today’s trailer that hit during the final State of Play today from Sony has me singing a drastically different tune. When the trailer was getting ready to begin, it was introduced as the campaign portion of Project: Resistance. I groaned, rolled my eyes, and sat there. I watched the trailer begin in a similar way to one of Resident Evil 2’s trailers. Then it all kicked in at once as Jill Valentine is running from the Nemesis in a first-person perspective. 

The trailer shows several clips of cutscenes with a few gameplay moments littered throughout, and we get glimpses of many more returning characters as well as some new faces. Brad “Chickenheart” Vickers has put on some pounds since the last time we saw him in the original version of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, that’s for sure.

Mikhail, one of two grizzly Russians from Umbrella’s UBCS is now rocking a look that makes him look like he could be brothers with Bill from Left 4 Dead, while Nikolai Ginovaef looks largely unchanged. Really the two redesigns that are hard to come to terms with are still Carlos and Nemesis, although after seeing Carlos in the trailer the new haggard look is starting to win me over. The teeth on Nemesis aren’t nearly as bad as they seemed at first, but I still can’t get passed the unnecessary nose addition.

 

The announcement also reveals that Project: Resistance will be included with Resident Evil 3 implying two things; that it will definitely be considered at least loosely part of the canon, and that the playtesting went about as well as expected based on that footage they showed us of Resistance in the past that it would not be viable as a stand-alone release.

All things considered, it was an epic trailer and it looks like Resident Evil 3 is going to live up to the high standards of the Resident Evil 2 remake judging by this first footage. I still take issue with some of the redesigns, but giving it time I’m hoping they grow on me. I’d like my terror of Nemesis to be a full experience and not one that falls apart if I get a close up of his face. Resident Evil 3 will be launching on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms on April 3rd, 2020. What do you think now that it’s official? Let us know down below. 

 

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‘Predator: Hunting Grounds’ Coming in April

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:42

  • Players can pick it up on April 24th.
  • PC version announced, exclusive to the Epic Games Store.
  • Digital Deluxe Edition available for pre-order.

 

Developer Illfonic and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment have announced that Predator: Hunting Grounds will release on PlayStation 4 on the 24th of April 2020. Developer Illfonic also unveiled the newly announced PC version, and that it’ll be exclusive to the Epic Games Store on the same date. Players can find tons of information on the PlayStation Blog here.

One of the more surprising elements I found when watching the Predator: Hunting Grounds trailer, was the inclusion of a female Predator. Not because I care either way, I simply can’t remember ever seeing one in any of the films. Weird, right? Anyways, this is one of the secrets the developers have been excited to keep, and unveiled at this event. Does the female Predator interest you? Do you care either way?

The developers claim that when they first came up with the concept for their title, they felt a need to create a world where the ultimate female warrior could exist as well. Players will see that it is more than just a gender swap, the female Predator has an entire backstory created to ensure all players will enjoy playing as the fierce female warrior. Developer IllFonic describes her as a huntress without fear that thrives during the hunt. Female Predator is agile, fast, and relentless. The trailer also showcases the Yautja Bow weapon she wields, an all original weapon designed by the developers.

The Yautja Bow is no ordinary bow. Players will find that it deals massive damage to enemies, and it will pin them to walls and other structures should it kill them. Female Predator will have access to the entire arsenal of weapons and abilities that Predator has. The trailer showcases a lot of the abilities the Predator has at their disposal. Fans of the films will see that the developers have respected the source material, and they’ve managed to capture the fact that the Predator is the universe’s deadliest adversary.

The trailer also shows that players will have the ability to customize their Predator. From gender, to armor pieces, and helmet designs, there are tons of unlockables. There are also three Predator classes with different play styles to choose from. Each class will have its own strengths and weaknesses, and players will need to choose the one that best suits their play style. Those who Pre-order will get bonus in-game items at launch that have been inspired by the original film. You’ll get Predator from the original film with the ‘87 Predator Skin, and for the Fireteam players, they’ll get early access to the powerful Ole Painless minigun.

There will be a Digital Deluxe Edition on the PlayStation Store that’ll give players access to a PlayStation themed Predator, Fireteam skins, and a digital copy of the 120 page comic Predator: Hunters by Dark Horse Comics. Has Predator: Hunting Grounds won you over? Are you excited to give it a shot? To stay up to date on Predator: Hunting Grounds, make sure to follow the developers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and their official website.

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‘Liberated’ Brings a Dose of Darkness to Nintendo Indie World Event

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:42

  • Cyberpunk noir.
  • Gunplay and investigative work.
  • Comic presentation.

There were a lot of bright and vibrantly colored games on display at the Nintendo Indie World Showcase event today, almost all of them were incredibly pleasant surprises from things like Sports Story and Axiom Verge 2 to Odd World: Stranger’s Wrath. But among it all, one title, in particular, stood out to me. A game with a dark color palette and bleak narrative overtones, Liberated caught my attention in just under one minute on screen.

 

So you’ve seen the trailer, but what is Liberated? Well according to a press release:

Liberated asks difficult questions about modern issues. Government surveillance, state-driven misinformation, fake news, and weaponized personal data paint the world in shades of gray. Knowing which battles are worth fighting, and where to draw the line between revolution and terrorism, has never been more paramount.

So if you’re getting a vibe that feels like it’s a blend of Deus Ex, Watch Dogs, and even aspects of Shadowrun Returns I wouldn’t say you’re alone in that. Different elements of the trailer reminded me of those games while still keeping its own distinct flavor. I’m excited to see more gameplay though, because while the trailer for Liberated is awesome itself to really get an idea of the game we’re going to need to see more than a few snippets at a time.

Liberated is set up in a way that it comes across as an interactive comic book, with scenes and settings playing out over pages rather than traditional cutscenes and levels. The trailer gives an example of this in the way it’s presented, as it gives us examples of several different “panels”. The actual gameplay segments take up most of the screen while still keeping that comic book feel by having the borders between panels clearly visible so it doesn’t lose the aspect they’re going for.

Liberated is expected to launch later in 2020, so we’ll keep an eye out until then for more information. Watching the trailer again, it actually reminds me of two other games based purely on the bleak appearance alone. The use of greys and blacks of varying tone give a feel that reminds me a lot of This War of Mine and Deadlight. While those two games weren’t black and white, their color choices were bleak enough and that I can definitely feel some of that spirit in here. What do you think of Liberated? Is it one you’re going to anticipate heading forward?

 

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‘Dreams’ Releasing in February 2020

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:42

  • Players can pick it up on February 14th.
  • Will cost players $39.99.
  • Tons of revamped mechanics to make creating a smooth experience.

 

Dreams is an experience that has multiple games within it, and a complete creation system for players to craft their own. It’s been in development by British studio Media Molecule, and will be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. During Sony’s PlayStation State of Play event on the 10th of December, it was announced that Dreams will release on the 14th of February 2020 for $39.99.

Media Molecule has always stated that the focus of Dreams was to allow players to play, create, and share. Some of the footage from the private beta is astonishing with content coming in the form of fully functioning video games, video game logic and mechanics, assets, 3D sculptures, music, art, and a ton more. Once players have created something, it can be shared or remixed to be used in other creator’s creations. One a video game has been created, it’s completely playable within Dreams.

Players first began to create when the title entered Early Access back on the 16th of April. On the PlayStation Blog, which you can read here, Media Molecule communications manager Abbie Heppe commented on how many skilled projects she had seen created within the title. Players have created their own all original characters, built their own fan bases, have created vital content, made new genre of games, and have collaborated with one another across the world. These players have also helped cultivate Dreams, as feedback from them has helped the title to evolve.

With launch approaching, and with the help of these creators, the developers have been hard at work with making sure there is content at launch to inspire new potential creators. This includes a completely revamped introduction system to the title, a new host of tutorials, tool improvements, new content, and a full length game titled Art’s Dream. Art’s Dream has been created to demonstrate the endless possibles within Dreams. Media Molecule claims it’ll cross genres, and feature an amazing cast of characters.

The end of the blog promises players will have plenty of content to look forward to after launch, as Media Molecule plan to support Dreams for a long time. As to what this post-launch content could be, she didn’t say. Players will simply have to wait, probably for another blog. For those who have been apart of the Dreams early access, how has creating been for you? What are some of the more interesting creations you’ve seen? Awhile back I saw someone had recreated Dead Space, and it looked fantastic.

Are you excited for Dreams? Will you be picking the title up? If I do, it’ll be to play the creations people have made. I’m not the most creative person out there. To stay up to date on Dreams, make sure to follow the developers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and their official website.

 

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‘Babylon’s Fall’ Resurfaces at Sony’s PlayStation State of Play

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:42

  • More information coming in summer 2020.
  • Combat looks fantastic.
  • Fight in castle ruins with a new art style.

 

PlatinumGames has seemed to have begun a trend where they announce a title, and then go radio silent over it. Bayonetta 3 was revealed as a Nintendo Switch exclusive back at The Game Awards 2017, and we’ve yet to see or hear anything about the title. Back at E3 2018, Square Enix announced it would be continuing its partnership with PlatinumGames, and announced Babylon’s Fall for PlayStation 4 and PC. Since that announcement, nothing has been heard or said.

At Sony’s PlayStation State of Play event, Babylon’s Fall has resurfaced. Not much was said, as they only demonstrated a teaser trailer. The combat shown is typical fluid PlatinumGames action combat. Those who’ve played any game from Platinum, especially the more recent Astral Chain, will see many elements found in those title’s combat system. Animations look fantastic, effects are plentiful, and I liked the enemy designs. The title also uses an original art style that is being referred to as Brushwork Filter. More information about Babylon’s Fall will come in summer 2020, which happens to be the same time as E3.

PlatinumGames has been busy as of late. Last year saw the release of Nintendo Switch exclusive Astral Chain, and earlier this month we learned about the company celebrating the 10th year anniversary of Vanquish and Bayonetta with a bundle of the two coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at 4K resolution and 60 FPS. There is also a belief online, one that I share, that Bayonetta 3 will resurface at The Game Awards 2019.

The first title that resulted from this partnership between PlatinumGames and Square Enix was the phenomenal Nier: Automata. Nier: Automata released back in 2017 on PlayStation 4 and PC, with an Xbox One version following in 2018. It’s a sequel to Square Enix’s 2010 title Nier. The title follows the proxy war between machines created by invaders from another world, and the remnants of humanity. The main protagonist 2B has risen to popularity amongst gamers everywhere. Do you think, given everyone involved, that Babylon’s Fall will connect to Nier: Automata in some way?

Are you excited for Babylon’s Fall? Was the teaser enough to get you excited? To me, PlatinumGames has never released a bad title, so I’m more than excited for anything, and everything, they create. To stay up to date on Babylon’s Fall, make sure to follow the developers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and their official website.

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Hearthstone’s Descent of Dragons Expansion Is Now Live and Blizzard Just Revealed Some Details for the Finale to This Year’s Solo Adventure Story Arc

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:35

Hearthstone (Free) version 16.0 started rolling out last week across PC and mobile platforms. This major update added support for the new expansion and the updated in-game shop. The update also brought updates to Battlegrounds. With the update and content on people’s devices already, the brand new Descent of Dragons expansion just went live in game bringing new card mechanics, loads of new cards, and Galakrond. Watch the trailer below:

Since the new in-game shop is live, make sure you login to get a Priest Hero and card back for free. Sylvanas Windrunner is a new hunter hero avaiable with a card back for $9.99 in the shop. The updates for Battlegrounds includes new heroes and minions with the ability to view advanced in game stats after you earn 10 or more card packs from today’s expansion. During the launch period, all players who login will be rewarded the five Galakrond cards and two Shield of Galakrond cards. A new legendary quest line begins today letting you earn card packs from the Descent of Dragons, Rise of Shadows, and Saviours of Uldum expansions.

The Year of the Dragon’s solo adventure arc will come to a conclusion in January with Galakrond’s Awakening. This will add 35 new cards as the you take on E.V.I.L. in January. Details for this story portion will be revealed in the near future. Have you been playing Hearthstone regularly or did the Battlegrounds mode get you back to trying it again?


Death end re;Quest 2 gameplay – dialogue, battle

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:24

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Compile Heart has released a trio of Death end re;Quest 2 gameplay videos. The first video is of dialogue scene featuring Rot, Mai, and Liliana. According to Compile Heart, Death end re;Quest 2 will have many heartwarming scenes where the game’s cast of girls get along with each other, flirt, and so on. The second […]

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Top 100 Indies of 2019 Announced

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:23

Top 100 Indies of 2019 Announced
The 2019 Indie of the Year Awards moves into its next phase: voting for the Top 100!


Comic: Reef Madness

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:15

New Comic: Reef Madness


Nitro Games' Maria Maunula on working with influencers

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:02

Nitro Games' Maria Maunula on working with influencers Maria Maunula is a jack-of-all-trades. She is focusing on community management at Nitro Games by building the bridge between players and developers, ensuring quality content for the community by bringing in the most engaging Influencers and collaborating with content creators around the globe. Maria has taken the role to improve and boost our player experience from support funnel to the localizat...


Someone should make a game about: clouds

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 08:01

Hello, and welcome to our new series which picks out interesting things that we'd love someone to make a game about.

This isn't a chance for us to pretend we're game designers, more an opportunity to celebrate the range of subjects games can tackle and the sorts of things that seem filled with glorious gamey promise.

Check out our 'Someone should make a game about' archive for all our pieces so far.

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GAME's Belong esports division opens 100-seat venue in London

Permalink - Posted on 2019-12-11 07:52

Oxford Street location will be the home of the London Lionhearts esports team