League of Legends: Wild Rift has been on a slow voyage to the west ever since it soft-launched in Asia last year. You can now get it in Europe and the Middle East, but not the Americas.
This is a time of regeneration and renewal. Not only are we slowly forcing the pandemic back into its hole, but spring is almost here. Genshin Impact is clearly feeling the mood, with a huge celebratory update coming next week.
Racing Master is a boring title. That’s just a fact. Now let’s move on. A Net Ease subsidiary and Code masters are working together on a new mobile racer that looks a lot like the GRID series. Details are still thin on the ground, though, with the big unanswered question being whether Racing Master will be a drag racer or a proper racing game. Either way, it’s likely to be free-to-play.
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Brixity Is the Game Formerly Known as Project Mars, Coming Later This Year to Android
A few weeks ago Cookie Run: Kingdom developer announced that it’s working on a couple of new games, one of which was provisionally called Project Mars. Now it’s called Brexit, which we think is a step down, name-wise. We’ve also got more details on the gameplay and setting, which is Earth, 500 years after mankind left its home planet for Mars. Now it wants to go home.
We did this feature. Battle of Polytopes is great, but if you’ve already squeezed all the fun out of it that you can you might want to check out one of these similar alternatives.
Battle of Polytopes is a refreshing mix of ideas and genres that plays brilliantly on mobile. It’s loads of fun, and it could well act as a gateway…
The Latest Call of Duty Mobile Update Adds Charly from Modern Warfare
The first big Call of Duty Mobile update of 2021 has added all sorts of new content, including maps, modes, weapons, a battle pass, and all the usual stuff. It also introduces Charli as an operator.
Genshin Impact Is Getting a New ‘Invitation of Wind blume’ Update on March 17th
Version 1.4 of Gentian Impact will be out next week. This one is called “Invitation to Wind blame”, and it will feature an event where the citizens of Monistat gather to commemorate the liberation of the city 2,600 years ago. Time-wise, that would be like us having a party to celebrate the fall of the Neo-Babylonian empire. Makes you think.