Hawken Technician Update Goes Live for Mech-Pilots
The Technician Update has just gone live for Hawken. The update introduces the first support class mech to the battlefield, allowing players to “heal” other mechs in-match. Alongside the new mech, the update features a brand new map called Front Line.
“The Technician is different from the other mechs we have available, and it’s sure to be the center of attention for many weeks to come. You’ll quickly find that it’s played differently than other mechs and takes more of a supportive role, something we’ve wanted for the game. It gives those who aren’t as motivated to be on the front lines of battle a way to play an important role in a different way,” explains the Hawken devs over on the developer blog.
The latest patch also introduces a number of balance tweaks and cosmetic changes to better the Hawken experience.
Devil May Cry Coming To Monster Hunter: World
Capcom is celebrating the release of Devil May Cry HD Collection by announcing a special crossover event with Monster Hunter: World, which will let hunters wield the iconic weapons of Dante.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Adds Vayne from FFXII
Vayne Solidor from Final Fantasy XII is the latest addition to the roster of fighters of Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT, acting as a Vanguard warrior who throws strong short-range attacks.
PUBG Creator Explains the Origin of the Game’s Most Notorious Item: the Pan
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a game that has built itself off of its community. Starting as a little known indie title,…
The New Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth Is a Mobile Port
Square Enix has confirmed that Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth will be coming to iOS and Android devices this year, and released a trailer with the first gameplay footage of this new version.
Everything Announced in Today’s Nintendo Direct
Nintendo announced a lot of information in today's Nintendo Direct. Here's all the major points that were hit.