A newly leaked trailer reveals Battlefield Hardline’s release date to be October 21.
Presumably the official trailer for this year’s Battlefield title, the video shows a sizzle reel of explosions and violence. This is followed by a title screen that directs you to watch a five-minute multiplayer demo on Battlefield’s official site, which is not yet available. The release date then flashes on-screen.
This makes three Battlefields in a row to be released in late October, which–if patterns repeat–put them a week or two ahead of Call of Duty’s annual November release.
Michael Thommason has a Guinness World Record for owning the planet’s largest video game collection. He’s now selling the entire stash at auction, and you can place your bid starting at $50,000. You know, if you really want to.
The lot boasts over 11,000 games, all of which are unique and not duplicates, and whoever successfully wins the auction will also claim the Guinness record and be crowned new owner of the world’s biggest game collection. The current bid is $50,000.
The collection boasts complete sets for many retro and newer formats, and many of the games are still shrink-wrapped and unplayed.
Riot have unveiled the first work-in-progress look at the visual overhaul for the game’s iconic Summoner’s Rift map, which will be arriving in the Public Beta Environment “shortly”.
“Given the importance of Summoner’s Rift to League of Legends, the fundamental structure of the map remains untouched,” reassure Riot on their blog. “Flashable walls, turret ranges, lane sizes, brush interaction and ward placements are exactly as they are on the current map. The intention is to keep moment-to-moment League of Legends the same while improving gameplay through additional clarity.”