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With Game Informer’s latest cover story on Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, we’ve been rolling out features highlighting what’s new in the gameplay and how the team at Capcom is creating Monster Hunter: World’s only expansion. With the video above, we’re highlighting the game’s audio by speaking with sound designer Wakana Kuroiwa and composer Akihiko Narita about their process for bringing the icy monsters and locations to life. Check out the video and let us know what you think of the process in the comments below!

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Julian Gerighty, creative director for The Division 2 by Ubisoft, appears open to the idea of a story-driven spin-off to the squad-based online shooter. 

The idea started when TT Games level director Tim Spencer tagged Gerighty on Spencer’s Twitter thoughts how he’d love a story-driven offshoot for the series.

Gerighty was intrigued enough by the idea that he asked his own followers what they thought of the idea – one that Gerighty has concluded they aren’t “violently against.”

Of course, Gerighty’s comments shouldn’t be taken as the final word. Not only is he just one person on the team and in the company, but in the not-so-distant-past Gerighty has proven he runs his Twitter account with a sense of humor, joking that a new Splinter Cell was in the works.

How about you? Do you want a narrative-driven spin-off for The Division?

[Source: PC Gamer]

A frontrunner for one of 2019’s strangest (and saddest) stories is the saga of Devotion. A first-person psychological horror game from Taiwan, Devotion gained a lot of anticipation and praise for its quality approach to creating an immersive, scary experience. However, shortly after its release, players discovered a Winnie The Pooh meme within the game that poked fun at Chinese president Xi Jinping. Shortly after, the game was delisted from Steam, and to make matters worse, developer Red Candle Games lost its business license in China.

Since the delisting, Red Candle Games has remained silent on whether the game would be coming back to Steam and what the future of the company looked like. Today, the company released a statement about Devotion’s future. For those who were hoping for a speedy return for this scarefest, the news is not rosy. After a few passages offering an apology for the meme incident, Red Candle explicitly says that the company’s co-founders have “reached a unanimous decision to not re-release Devotion in the near term.”

The door isn’t shut completely though. Red Candle goes on to say, “If in the future, the public is willing to view the game rationally and allow us an opportunity to rebuild trust with our players, Red Candle would consider re-releasing Devotion.” 

You can read the statement in full right here:

 It’s unfortunate that such a promising game has basically been made nonexistent in any marketable way because of political tensions and censorship over a dig.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

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For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

Click here to watch embedded media

For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

Click here to watch embedded media

For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

Click here to watch embedded media

For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

Click here to watch embedded media

For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

Click here to watch embedded media

For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.

 Like many high-profile multiplayer games, cheating can become problematic and rampant. Recently, PUBG’s developers released a video that gives a behind-the-scenes look at what the team does to discourage and decrease cheating.

Some of these efforts including aggressive approaches, like pursuing the help of law enforcement to track down and arrest those who make hacking tools themselves. The video, however, mostly touches upon internal tools that PUBG’s Anti-Cheat Unit puts to use.

Watch the video below to find out how this is done.

Click here to watch embedded media

For more on cheating in video games, you can read about how Respawn has banned over 770,000 cheaters to date in Apex Legends.