Welcome to another fantastic weekend filled with nothing but gaming. I can only assume that you’ve been staring at a screen all day playing some of your favorites and that you’ve probably caught up with everything that’s been going on in the gaming world. Well, don’t worry because I’ve got you covered. Today we heard that some Need for Speed Unbound gameplay has leaked, Rockstar is giving players a week to earn $2 trillion, and hackers have created flying boats in Warzone 2. These are just our top stories, so read on for the rest.
Warzone 2 now has flying boats thanks to hackers
Hackers have apparently created flying boats in Warzone 2. Videos have been popping up all over the place showing players coming across these rather unusual flying machines, clearly some sort of hack. Many of the videos involve a boat hurtling down from the sky and the driver asking people nearby to jump in. The boats themselves are almost always loaded with other players, everyone doing pretty well given the ridiculousness of it all.
Need For Speed Unbound Game Leaks Online
Some gameplay footage from the unreleased Need for Speed Unbound has been making the rounds online, and has actually given fans of the franchise a preview of the game, scheduled to launch on November 29, 2022. The producer behind the upcoming game, Electronic Arts, has naturally been working hard for to remove the videos, but as with all things, the internet will inevitably take over.
Rockstar is giving GTA online players a week to earn $2 trillion in heists for a special reward
Rockstar has given GTA Online players a week to earn at least $2 trillion from Heists to claim a special reward. “Put your criminal instincts to the ultimate test and score big in the GTA $2 Trillion Community Heists Challenge,” the company said on Twitter. “Participate in any Heist Final through November 30th to take part in the community’s goal and unlock a special reward coming later this year.” Interesting.
GameStop allegedly leaked customer data, including billing address, payment history
GameStop appears to have leaked a whole bunch of customer information due to a technical issue regarding its website. “Every time I refresh the website, I can see someone else’s name, phone number, address, order history. It’s like a cycle of four or five people,” noted Reddit user Commercial_Ease8053, for example. “This is very worrying, I can’t even change my password because of this error.” People have commented on the matter extensively on social media platforms such as Twitter and Reddit.
Polyphony Might Port Gran Turismo for PC
Gran Turismo could be coming to PC at some point in the near future, at least according to series creator Kazunori Yamauchi. The transition to PC, however, would involve a couple of complications. “Gran Turismo is a very fine-tuned title,” explained Yamauchi. “There aren’t many platforms that can run the game in 4K/60 FPS, so one way we make it possible is to limit the platform. It’s not a very easy topic, but we’re looking at it and considering it, of course.”
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