The biggest gaming news for June 5, 2022

The biggest gaming news for June 5, 2022

There could be a remake of GoldenEye 007 on the way, EA comes under fire for gambling and gamers find out that Anderson can step up in Mass Effect 3.

Here we are at the end of another week. work again tomorrow. I’m assuming you’ve been gaming since at least this morning, so it’s probably time to update you on the biggest news of the day. That’s what these summaries are about. Today we heard more news that a GoldenEye 007 remake is on the way, EA is even more embroiled in its gambling scandals, and players have found out that Anderson can be leveled up in Mass Effect 3. Where else is this came from, so read on for the rest.

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GoldenEye 007 developers unlock another achievement while we wait for the remake

Rumors of a possible remake of GoldenEye 007 have been circulating for months. Fans of the franchise found a list of achievements for the game earlier this year, but in the six or seven months in between we’ve heard absolutely not a word from the developer behind the game, Rare. Now things have turned around once again, and even more achievements are popping up for GoldenEye 007. The total number is currently well over 50. What all of this actually means may not be entirely clear for quite a while.

Fans are just now realizing that you can level Anderson in Mass Effect 3

Anderson only joins your party for a few chapters in Mass Effect 3, but apparently you can still get him to level up and turn the character into a real killing machine. This fact really flew under the radar when the game was released on March 6th, 2012, because fans of the franchise are just starting to take notice of this little phenomenon. Social media is of course full of funny stories.

EA stops disclosing FIFA Ultimate Team earnings after gambling complaints

EA has made about $1.6 billion from FIFA Ultimate Team, but the company has come under fire from consumer groups who argue it’s a form of gambling. EA obviously claims otherwise, but instead of taking this criticism to heart, the publisher has decided to stop disclosing its revenue numbers. Consumer groups have now penned an open letter saying: “EA has made the search for FIFA packs endless. It releases a new version of FIFA annually and when a player moves from FIFA 22 Ultimate Team to the next iteration of the game, their pack rewards from previous versions will not advance with them.”

Fortnite Season 3 Chapter 3 introduces Darth Vader, Indiana Jones, Rideable Wolves and more

Fortnite’s latest update just added some of the most iconic characters ever designed. I’m talking, of course, about Darth Vader and Indiana Jones. You can also ride wolves, wild boars and that weird hamster vehicle called Baller. “Don’t let the high-speed fun end with Ballers: jump on a wolf or a boar to ride it! You don’t have to dismount to fight. Shoot and throw weapons while mounted on your horse.” In any case, you might want to take this opportunity to get back in the game now that we’ve all finally defeated the Elden Ring.


Nintendo 64 Modder brings ray tracing, widescreen and high frame rate support to Zelda, Mario and Kirby Classics

Some of the most iconic video games of all time just got a facelift thanks to a modder who created a plugin for Nintendo 64 emulators running on PC. Enhancements include ray tracing, widescreen, and high frame rate support. “I started this project a month ago to optimize the PC port backend as much as possible, and I quickly realized that it could evolve into a generic emulation solution that would allow me to extend these improvements to far.” apply more games,” the modder explained. The downside is that you’re likely to run into a ton of errors if you try to run any of these at the moment. “Don’t expect this to be out anytime soon as there are hundreds of issues I still need to fix and features to add,” the modder pointed out. “The compatible game library is extremely limited.” Still good news for game preservation.


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