- A book about Cyberpunk 2077 will be released next year called ” the World of Cyberpunk 2077.”
The world of Cyberpunk 2077 makes its leap to the paper edition, in a book about the lore in the hardcover edition. This is a color book with illustrations based on the RPG — a collaboration of Dark Horse Books and CD Project Red to create a work that honors Cyberpunk 2077.
As announced, the book allows you to immerse yourself in profound lore that reflects the decline of the United States economy due to large corporations. A reflection of the story shown by Cyberpunk 2077, showing the “city of the night” with its bands, districts, and history. But it’s not the only thing he teaches us, plus there’s information on technology, cybernetics, weapons and vehicles that can be found in the neo-futuristic city.
A book that brings us closer to the world of Cyberpunk 2077
By analyzing its content, a little more, one can see that already on the cover it is worth it, an illustration that draws attention. This is an art book that will take us to that futuristic world. He reminds a little of other books like the famous Book of Hyrule’s history, among others.
- Vodafone Giants scores an R6 team: a world-famous Siege
Vodafone Giants scores an R6 team: a top-level Siege. The Giants have struck a blow on the Rainbow Six: Siege table. The team has hired one of the top quintets of the Ubisoft shooter. This training will compete internationally, so the national team of the Giants will not be affected by these transfers.
Vodafone Giants scores an R6 team: Siege, who are they?
The team consists of former members of LeStream Esports. After a year of competing together, the players left the team and sought a new one to host them, which will eventually be Vodafone Giants.
Valentin “risze” Liradelfo leads the formation. The other four players that complete the quintet is Maurice “AceeZ” Erkelenz, Lukas, “Korey” Zwingmann, Theophile “Hicks” Dupont and Leo “Alphama” Robine. The team’s supervisor will be Laurent “Crapelle” Patriarch.
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare could have its own Battle Royale
Games as a service have become the current trend in the video game industry, with the Battle Royale genre being the most consumed and demanded by much of the community. From its beginnings with titles such as Day Z, PUBG and the explosive arrival of Fortnite, the games in which the only one can remain are the entertainment of many nowadays. And it looks like Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare might have its own Battle Royale.
In a recent interview with Joel Emslie, art director of Infinity Ward, he has commented on some details about the next Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Although the distributor, Activision, has not announced anything about this mode of play, Emslie’s words make it possible for the study to include a Battle Royale mode, as Treyarch and Beenox included in The Last Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Another Battle Royale in Call of Duty?
Following this talk, the interviewer asked several questions about the title, including whether Call of Duty: Modern Warfare would have a Battle Royale mode. Although Emslie does not confirm anything about it, in the transcript of the interview, they state that Emslie himself sketched a smile when asked about the Battle Royale. Here are the lines of the relevant meeting.:
- Hanson (Game Informer): will there be a Battle Royale mode in this game?
- Emslie: [pause] we’ll have to wait and see.
- Hanson: would you like there to be a Battle Royale mode in the title?
- Emslie: I like that way of playing