After a shadowy figure brought down the Repulsor Tower, the Apex Games were forced to shut down for a brief period. During that time, the lack of the Repulsor Tower allowed beasts once again to take their natural place in Kings Canyon, and brought with them a level of destruction that left certain areas of the map unrecognisable. Crews set up base camps and worked around the clock to repair the map, also taking this time to add new features to the arena, while the lack of Legends have allowed certain areas of Kings Canyon to stabilise and grow.
Battle Charge also sees the debut of the Apex Games newest Legend, Natalie “Wattson” Paquette. Daughter of the Games’ lead electrical engineer, Wattson fights in the arena she helped build, destroying incoming missiles, recharging shields, creating fences, and using her pylon to silence fights that get too loud. Nobody knows the arena better than Wattson, and anyone who underestimates her is in for a shock.
Season 2 also introduces Apex Legends Ranked Leagues, where competitive players can test their skills while gaining recognition and rewards along the way. During Season 2, players have the ability to climb six competitive tiers: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, and Apex Predator. As players ascend the ranks, they unlock exclusive cosmetics and rewards while also being able to see how they stack up against other Apex Legends players from around the world.
With the introduction of fun Daily and Weekly Challenges designed to accelerate Battle Pass XP gains, three new content types include exclusive Legend emotes, more Legendary skins, and the ability to earn enough crafting metals to unlock an additional Legendary item. With more than 100 levels of content to unlock, players can now purchase the Season 2 Battle Pass for 950 Apex Coins. Those looking to get a jump on their Battle Pass progression can instantly unlock 25 levels by purchasing the Battle Pass bundle for 2800 Apex Coins.
Also, new this season is the L Star (Lastimosa Armory Assault Rifle), a rare and powerful LMG that fires large, high-damage plasma projectiles at shockingly fast rate, new hop-up’s, weapon attachments, and more ways for players to build the ultimate load out.
DemonsAreCrazy hits PC
The action-packed, atmospheric MOBA for PC has left Early Access and is now available as a full Steam release.
DemonsAreCrazy boasts a stunning rendition of Hell, with top-notch character designs, elaborate environments, and multiple gameplay styles to choose. It has players kill mobs and defeat demonic bosses in the “Seven Sins” Player Versus Player (PvP) arenas, specialty Player Versus Everyone (PvE) events, and several boss-hunt campaigns.
In DemonsAreCrazy, the underworld has been ruled by Satan for eons, but Lord Satan goes AWOL and is immediately presumed dead by his demonic cadre. Lord Judge (his second in command) then decides that the underworld must hold its first-ever free elections to choose a new leader – a new Satan. In this election, whoever commits the most outrageous, destructive offences wins, because in Hell, the biggest, baddest demon will rise through the ranks and claim the throne.
To celebrate the launch, both Early Access veterans and newcomers can get their hands on special armour: “BetaCoats” for beta testers with a ranking of 6 or higher and exclusive “Outlaw Coats” for new players – available for a very limited time in the event shop.
Additionally, extremely rare “animas” (equipment) will be awarded to the top 100 players each week as a PvP ranking reward. This special event will end in two weeks, so hurry up!
- Explore a stunningly detailed rendition of Hell.
- Experience an intense, action-packed MOBA with FPS, hack-and-slash, and MMO gameplay choices.
- Build up your political party with 18 playable “Starter Demons” who have customisable skills and equipment.
- Try your hand at different game modes – including the “Seven Sins” PvP arenas, specialty PvE events, and boss hunt campaigns.
DemonsAreCrazy is now available on Steam. The game is free to download and play – and it includes in-game purchases and downloadable content.
Citadel: Forged With Fire shows its creatures
A new trailer for the game has been released, showing off direwolves and dragons, both of which can be tamed by players.
Citadel: Forged With Fire, a magical massive online sandbox RPG, features creatures big and small, real and mythical. Some are friendly, while others are ferocious and formidable in the enchanting world of Ignus.
Game developer Blue Isle Studios has released a new Citadel trailer filled with all sorts of creatures from direwolves to dragons. Players can even enchant these creatures for use as transportation or tame the mighty beasts making them trusted allies, lending their strength and power, protecting against the ravenous enemy creatures that lurk in the deepest of dungeons.
As a newly graduated Wizard apprentice, players find themselves fledgling powers lacking against the magical creatures, both good and evil, that traverse through the unexplored world of Ignus. Players must gather resources, establish bases, practice spellcrafting capabilities and grow their arcane abilities in preparation for the dark dangers that lie ahead.
Citadel is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam on retail and digital later this year.