Raft Developer Shares Plans for Chapter 3 Update

Developer Redbeet Entertainment, who is currently developing the early-access co-op survival crafting game Raft, shared more information in regards to the much-awaited chapter 3 for the game.

The update comes via a dev blog on the Steam page of the game, sharing information regarding what Raft chapter 3 will add in, among various other details. The devs started off the update by confirming that chapter 3 is not yet ready to be released, as most of the development time went into the renovation update for the game last year, and said that the chapter 3 update is pretty big in terms of content, which is why it is taking a while to complete.

However, the developers did share a few tidbits of information that show what is coming along with the upcoming chapter 3 update for Raft. For starters, two new destinations are being added to the game, and one of them is going to be a snowy region. Given the setting of the game, there is a high chance of both the locations being separate islands.

New characters are also being added to the game for players to discover and unlock. The characters will be playable and will have a connection to the place where they are discovered. Apart from that, the story is being overhauled, where almost every note in the game is being re-written, and the devs are ensuring that there is a more consistent and engaging story for players to enjoy.

To decrease unnecessary clutter of items in the inventory, the game is also introducing trading outposts, where players can trade in scrap cubes. Scrap cubes can be created by processing items found in the world, and trading outposts will provide unique items.

The developers wrapped up the dev blog by saying that they will share more information in the near future this year. No time frame or release date for chapter 3 was mentioned in the dev blog. Regardless, it seems like the upcoming update will surely give players more things to do to keep themselves occupied.

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Digital board game Pandemic has been removed from sale “for a multitude of reasons” Asmosdee “cannot disclose”

Asmosdee’s digital board game, Pandemic, has been quietly withdrawn from sale “for a multitude of reasons that [the publisher] cannot disclose”.

Without formal announcement, Pandemic was delisted from Steam on 6th January, and it looks as though players can’t pick it up on mobile devices now, either (although if you already own the game, you should be able to re-download it again from your library if you’re quick). All signs of the game have been scrubbed from the company’s website, too.

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Blox Fruits codes for XP boost and stats reset (January 2022)

Updated on January 16th, 2022 – Added one new code

PocketGamer’s Roblox Blox Fruits codes are always up to date, and you can always pick up some extra goodies. We are making sure all of the latest ones are here, which means you should bookmark this page and revisit it every week to collect your rewards! … [MORE]

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PS3 games are now on the PS store, fuelling rumours backwards compatibility is on its way to PS5

PS3 games have started popping up on the PlayStation 5’s store.

Up until now, PS3 games on the PS Store would typically redirect you to Sony’s on-demand streaming service, PlayStation Now – which is, in fact, what happened when I checked the store myself this morning when preparing this story.

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Wonderboy 1200 – A classic Arcade game from 1986 is being developed for the Amiga with an alpha download available

A long time ago at the Arcades, I used to love playing the fantastic platformer ‘ Wonder Boy ‘ designed by Ryuichi Nishizawa. It started its life as a skateboard rock jumping and axe bashing platformer, that later became the great adventure platformer with RPG elements known as ‘ Wonderboy in Monster Land ‘. Both of these games have lived on in the hearts of many, and as such, one fan is

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Here’s why a new Armored Core is exciting

Over the past couple of weeks, details have begun to emerge about a new Armored Core game from From Software. As Vikki reported, videos and screenshots were apparently shown as part of a consumer survey, and leakers have talked online about what they were shown. Since the original news appeared, screenshots have been shared, albeit heavily edited to remove any identifying watermarks.

First things first, you’re welcome! I am the person responsible for this wonderful news! I don’t mean that I’m behind the leaks, I actually spurred From Software to make a new Armored Core. Y’see way back in September, I contacted Eurogamer, with a pitch for a feature on a largely-forgotten From Software mech game called Frame Gride. While Eurogamer had run out of the magic beans us freelance types get paid in, they did direct me to the folks at venerable gaming organ Edge, who showered me with beans in exchange for my words about From Software mech games. Within a week of the issue hitting the shelves, From Software had prepared a whole new Armored Core to show off to a select few.

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How to know if someone deleted WhatsApp

WhatsApp is a messaging app that was launched in 2009. This app helps to connect people throughout the world. You can send messages, images, and videos to your friends, relatives, or anyone whom you want to send. You can have a fun time by using this app. But, sometimes you may feel the need to …

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God of War hits a concurrent peak of almost 60,000 players on Steam in just 24 hours

In just 24 hours, Sony Santa Monica’s God of War reboot has topped over 50,000 concurrent players on Steam.

According to SteamDB, the concurrent player count continues to climb since the game was released yesterday and at the time of writing, the record stands at 57,764 simultaneous players – not bad for an entirely single-player experience. In fact, in the 20 minutes since I started writing this article, the concurrent peak has increased four – no, wait, five now – times.

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Halo’s Xbox 360 servers are now offline

Halo’s Xbox 360 servers are now offline.

“Online services for legacy Halo Xbox 360 titles have been discontinued,” confirmed a tweet from the Twitter account Halo Support just before the weekend. “The affected games will remain playable indefinitely, but some experiences will be impacted.”

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Save Notre-Dame in Ubisoft’s next VR game

Ubisoft has partnered with Pathe and Jean-Jacques Annaud to create a new VR experience based upon the 2019 Notre-Dame fire.

“Notre-Dame on Fire” is an IMAX-shot docu-drama expected to release in March 2022 that details how firefighters were able to control the fire and prevent the entire ancient building from burning to the ground.

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