Players are now able to purchase it through the game’s Item Shop for 1,500 V-Bucks which roughly equals to around RM 60 since 1,000 V-Bucks already costs RM 39.90*. However, do note that it will only be available in Fornite’s store until 17 November.
That being said though, the Imperial Stormtrooper outfit can also be obtained for free with each purchase of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at Epic Games Store. Since this particular offer is valid until 30 November 2020, this means that if you missed the outfit from Fortnite’s store this week, buying Fallen Order might be the only way for you to get your hands on it.
the most iconic Star Wars look you can have, a set of Imperial Stormtrooper armor. It’s the standard set, not the Clone Trooper era, nor the First Order era, just the original, and what our young Jedi is fighting in Fallen Order, I believe. The skins costs 1500 V-Bucks, and is part of the “Original Trilogy” set in the store.
The galaxy awaits as Cal Kestis embarks upon an epic journey in hopes of rebuilding the Jedi Order.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order also introduces a new Force ability, Force Slow: a bullet-time system that allows Cal to manipulate enemies and objects in extended time. We saw something similar in The Force Awakens, where Kylo Ren slows a blaster bolt in midair. But here it creates interesting new gameplay dynamics, locking down enemies for a few seconds and giving you time to thin out waves of stormtroopers before taking on their commander.
According to Respawn CEO Vince Zampella, the addition of a fresh Jedi ability required some negotiation. “We worked with the story group to hone what’s acceptable and what’s not, and to figure out how to play within the rules of the Star Wars universe,” he says. “There was back and forth on how that should work and how much is okay. Everyone thinks through all the implications of what anything new could be. It’s a gigantic universe and we’re playing in a small piece of it. They have to worry about what implications it has for everything.”
As your powers grow, so do your Force Slow options: an upgrade unlocked via the skill tree allows you to target entire groups of enemies at the same time, accentuating the crowd control possibilities.
Learning the classic Force Push ability, which shoves enemies around the landscape, allows for some interesting combos, too. A Force Slowed stormtrooper can be used as a barrier, which you can then hurl at other enemies with a quick Force Push. Force Slow can also help with some of the trickier platforming aspects, and it’s essential to progress past certain quick-moving obstacles. It’s here, however, that the ability starts to feel a little stale: stopping a fan so that you can move between its blades is a tiresomely familiar mechanic.
Interestingly, Fallen Order adds Tomb Raider-style puzzles, with a Star Wars twist. Throughout the game, there are environmental enigmas to solve, often blocking progression by way of a closed-off route. At times, it feels like Lara Croft with a lightsaber, but the addition of Force powers creates some unique challenges you won’t find in the Tomb Raider universe. Right now, progression can feel a little frustrating – the HUD is minimal, and it’s often not obvious where you have to go, especially when certain puzzles involve doubling back on yourself multiple times. The lack of a waypoint means you’ll have to pay extra attention to your map.
Epic Games officially launched Fortnite Chapter 2 at 6 a.m. EST, in which players can drop into this Season 11 world and explore a new island with 13 locations.
The new installment is water-centric, which means new swimming abilities, fishing objectives and boats. There are also new characters to support to your team, which includes new healing powers, the ability to carry teammates and celebration moves like high fives.
The new world also features new hideouts — this includes a dumpster — explosives and weapons to do combat with.
Fortnite is known for revamping with a new theme every few months, so what happened this week is no shock (though this is by far the most drastic stunt pulled by Fortnite).
The game is extremely popular worldwide. March 2019 was the last time Epic Games released a statistic about the number of registered accounts: 250 million players.
Pleasant Park is another popular spot in Fortnite, and it returns for Chapter 2. It’s nearly identical to the old Pleasant, so you shouldn’t have much difficulty finding your way around.
Pleasant is in its Chapter 2 mirror to where it was located within the old map. It’s in the Northwest part of the map, closer to the center island.
The most difficult part of finding a new landing spot is not knowing where any of the chests are located. There are some awesome landing spots full of materials or natural shields, but it can sometimes be hard to find a gun. If you’re looking for the “old Fortnite” feel, land at one of these returning locations.
NetherRealm Studios has released the Kombat Pack trailer for Mortal Kombat 11. We already have Shang Tsung and Nightwolf added to the mix, but now we know the complete roadmap of the raming four characters. They are Sindel, The Terminator, Spawn, and The Joker. A couple of surprises did come out of this trailer, however. First, all of the characters are being spread out across several months into March of 2020. Next, we’re getting The Terminator before Sindel, and it’s the version from the upcoming film Terminator: Dark Fate. Arnold will be popping up on October 8th while Sindel will join on November 26th.
Disintegration is a new sci-fi, first-person shooter from V1 Interactive, the independent development studio co-founded by Marcus Lehto, former creative director at Bungie and co-creator of the Halo universe.
Players take on the role of integrated protagonist Romer Shoal, who’s rebelling against the integrated forces, which are now known as the Royonne.
The campaign plays out across the Rocky Mountains, the Arizona desert, the west coast of the US and Iceland.
While Disintegration was originally pitched as a 4-6-hour experience, Lehto said it now spans 13 missions across a 10-12-hour playthrough for an average player.
Last E3, Microsoft announcedHalo Infinite, the next installment in the popularXboxandPCfranchise. Today, during Microsoft’s E3 2019 presser, Microsoft and 343 Industries returned with theXbox Oneand PC game, and this time had a lot more to show and say about it. For example, it revealed it’s releasing fall 2020 on Xbox One, PC, and Project Scarlett (the next Xbox). It also provided a meaty look at the game via a new trailer, which you check out above.
Halo Infiniteis the third chapter in the Reclaimer Saga, and follows the events ofHalo 5: Guardians. That said, while it’s a follow-up toHalo 5, as you can see, it doesn’t have the number six anywhere in its title. And that’s because 343 Industries considers it a “spiritual reboot.”