“Watch Dogs 2” hasn’t arrived yet, but a free in-game content will be given away by Amazon’s Twitch Prime. Twitch announced the free DLC that they will be pulling out this November and “Watch Dogs 2” is included.
Amazon’s next game is a four-on-four multiplayer battler called Breakaway and will be the first game in the world to use a new currency developed by popular streaming site Twitch. Both the game and the currency — called Stream+ — were revealed at Twitchcon in San Diego. Amazon Game Studios promised that Stream+ would integrate directly with Breakaway, while a video clip indicated that players would be able to earn the currency by watching matches online, and use those coins to bet on the outcome. Continue reading Amazon’s next game will be the first to use Twitch’s new currency→
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It’s official: Fallout 4 is coming. Bethesda just put up a countdown timer leading up to the announcement, which will apparently take place tomorrow.
It’s curious to see Bethesda announce the game before their E3 conference, which takes place on June 14, but it’s happening. Yesterday, a person familiar with goings-on at the company told me that a 24-hour countdown clock would be launching today and lead up to a Fallout 4announcement this week. Looks like that’s true, although of course it’s possible they’ll drag this out with an extended ARG or other teasers leading up to the 14th.
Fallout 4, a sequel to Bethesda’s 2008 post-apocalyptic RPG, is one of the most anticipated games in recent history, and it’s been driving everyone nuts for weeks now. Back in December of 2013, we posted leaked casting documents indicating the game would be in Boston, but we haven’t heard much since then.
That “please stand by” image, of course, is straight out of Fallout: