This just in my friends, the Rainway is now in open Beta. This application allows you to play your Steam collection of PC games anywhere on a number of different devices. The Rainway app looks pretty impressive and we can’t wait to test it out ourselves. I am really hoping that this comes to the Nintendo Switch in the very near future… IF we hear any more details, we will be sure to report it.
Here is the first look (in video form) of the Rainway app. The app allows users to play PC games on the go and is apparently on its way to Nintendo Switch amongst other devices. It sure does look pretty amazing and if it works as advertised in this video, this may become something special.
A number of all new Call of Duty: WWII trailers have hit, so be sure to watch them below. These quick trailers outline the squad members of the FPS and we cannot wait to get our hands on it later this year. Call of Duty: WWII brings the series back to its roots and I couldn’t be happier. I am beyond thrilled that there will be no “space battling” in this Call of Duty and will see you all online soon.
Check out the newest trailers below and let us know what you guys think:
Enter the Trials of the Nine to face your fellow Guardians in high intensity Crucible combat. Stand together and be judged. Succeed and be rewarded! Trials of the Nine goes live on Friday, September 15th at 10AM PT.
Bungie has tweeted out that Destiny 2 is currently enjoying 1.2 million concurrent players online. This is a HUGE number and will only continue to grow headed into the holiday season. I finally got a chance to fire mine up and I have to say, I am impressed. Congrats to Bungie and let us know if you are playing Destiny 2!
So you’re new to Destiny 2? Get a quick overview of the action shooter franchise coming September 6. Play solo or with friends as you fight back against your enemies and explore new worlds. Want to battle other players? Enter Destiny 2’s competitive multiplayer arena and put your skills to the ultimate test.
Here is the all new animated short for Overwatch. In “Rise and Shine”, Mei wakes up years after being cryogenically frozen to find that Overwatch has been disbanded, the world is very different than the one she knows, and that she is the last surviving scientist at Ecopoint: Antarctica. With limited resources and time, Mei must use science to figure out a way to get help.
These are so well done it’s not even funny. I absolutely LOVE these animated shorts from Overwatch. I can’t believe what Blizzard has made of this game and how they continue to surprise us.