Author: Anil Alemdar

Anil Alemdar’s journey in gaming started back in 2008 when he first started playing World of Warcraft. Before joining Binzbit as an author, Anil Alemdar served as president for Bilkent Media Society to share his creative ideas with others. He currently covers breaking news related to gaming. When not writing, he is busy trying out different games with a growing addiction for Overwatch. In case you are interested, you can reach him directly via [email protected]

Although EA confirmed last year that another Battlefield game is in development, the publisher didn’t reveal a lot of details regarding the upcoming title except it’ll be released later this year. While we’ll have to wait to find out more about the game, we now know few more details about the game thanks to latest leaks. The latest leaks come from Tom Henderson, who has solid history of leaking details related to Call of Duty and Battlefield titles. According to Henderson, the upcoming game will give players “abilities” during multiplayer matches. Additionally, Henderson says that the game will be titled…

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If you’re a fan of Rocket League and was wondering if the driving and soccer mashup game by Psyonix will ever come for smartphones, you’ll be glad to know that the studio has announced that Rocket League Sideswipe, a new take on the Rocket League formula, is coming to smartphones. According to the developers, the biggest different between the upcoming title and the original Rocket League is that Sideswipe will play in a 2D perspective. Due to the restricting movements associated with 2D environment, the game will have fewer players with only Sideswipe. Moreover, the matches will be only 2…

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While not common, DDoSing lobbies is pretty common in online multiplayer games. It seems that Respawn Entertainment has had enough as the company’s lead of security has announced that they have started to hand out bans for those caught cheating. In case you aren’t aware, there has been an increase in wave of cheating in Apex Legends. These players would DDoS the lobby which would force everyone but themselves lag out of the game. As a result, they’d stack up eliminations for easy win. In order to resolve this ongoing problem, lead security of Apex Connor Ford, or RSPN_Hideouts turned…

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Fallout 76 is set to receive a number of new contents later this year across all platform. The studio today released a roadmap detailing the new contents along with the release windows. According to the announcement, the Spring update for the title will land with S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Loadouts (with support for re-spec), C.A.M.P. Slots, and Mannequins. If you already own the game through Bethesda.net, you can now try out the new features through the public test server. Following the release of this, the game will receive a story update to last year’s Brotherhood of Steel content. As expected, the new expansion…

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Google announced earlier today that Resident Evil Village will be coming to Stadia with several added perks for those who order the title through Stadia. According to the announcement, Stadia users can check out Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition. In order to promote the title, Stadia announced a new promotion for the game to make Stadia as one of the preferred places to buy the highly anticipated title. In case you’re wondering, Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition will become available through Stadia Pro from April 1st. The game will contain all of the extra content that originally shipped for the…

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Warner Bros. Games Montreal has delayed the release of Gotham Knights until next year. Although the studio hasn’t provided any specific reason for the delay, the ongoing pandemic is most likely the cause. As a lot of publishers have been delaying the launch of their highly anticipated titles because of Covid, the news doesn’t come off as a major shock. The studio announced the delay via Twitter. As the studio aims to provide the best experience for players, the game will now launch later in 2022. pic.twitter.com/O1U4T0gK3u — Gotham Knights (@GothamKnights) March 19, 2021 Warner Bros. Montreal unveiled the title…

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Video game streaming services are becoming increasingly popular and it wasn’t particularly surprising when Amazon decided to unveil its own service titled Amazon Luna earlier last year. The service works similar to other video game streaming service allowing players to enjoy titles that otherwise wouldn’t be possible in their devices. While the service supported high-end smartphones at start, the streaming service is adding support for new models on an ongoing basis. Earlier today, Amazon announced the support for Galaxy S21 series. As mentioned earlier, Amazon’s Luna was revealed earlier last year and a number of Samsung smartphones from 2019 and…

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Game streaming service has been pretty popular over last couple of years. Apart from its impressive catalog, GeForce Now streaming service has been popular among gamers due to its affordable $5 per month fees. If you haven’t signed up for the service before, it looks like you’ll need to pay $10 per month in case you want to subscribe to the service moving forward. In a recent interview, Phil Eisler, head of GeForce Now revealed that the new price was been target all along. He said, “It’s been a little over a year (for the founders price). And now we’re…

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Japanese video game developer Bandai Namco first announced Scarlet Nexus back in May 2020 during an episode of Inside Xbox for the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. While we have learned more details of the upcoming title since then, the publisher hasn’t revealed any information on the release date of the title. Thankfully, we now know an exact date when the game is coming out for different platforms. In an official blog post earlier today, the company revealed that the sci-fi title will be released for different consoles as well as PC on June 25th of this year. As…

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Crytek released a new update for Crysis Remastered on Friday to bring support for Nvidia’s DLSS for different cards. In the official blog post, the company noted that the new update will “dramatically improved performance, making Crysis Remastered look and play even better”. In case you didn’t know, Nvidia DLSS uses Deep Learning and AI enhanced rendering to produce sharp moving images from lower resolution inputs. Although the first version of DLSS was underwhelming, the latest version has been praised by everyone for providing a rendering performance boost at a quality beyond simpler game resolution scaling options can provide. According…

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If you’re a fan of Hitman 3 and were looking for more contents, then you’ll be glad to know that the studio is looking to add more contents in the coming months. Earlier today, IO Interactive announced the Seven Deadly Sins DLC for Hitman 3. According to the studio, the upcoming DLC will add seven individual content packs to the popular series over time. Thankfully, you won’t need to wait a long time to get your hands on the first of these DLCs. The first of the DLCs. Act 1: Greed comes to Hitman 3 on March 30, 2021. Moreover,…

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Although Silent Hill remains to be one of the most popular video game series of all time, there hasn’t been any new titles in recent years. While we learned that Konami was working on a new Silent Hill game few years earlier, the game never became a reality. If you are a fan of the series, you will be glad to know that we finally know that Konami is working on two new Silent Hill games. This news is surprising considering we haven’t heard anything related to Silent Hill over last couple of years. When the rumors first started coming…

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After experiencing moderate success with its consoles for a number of years, Nintendo turned its fortune around with the release of Nintendo Switch few years earlier. Shortly upon its release, Switch became the fastest selling console of all time. Understandably, Nintendo has been pretty consistent in releasing new models. However, there’s no denying that when it comes to raw power of consoles, Nintendo Switch falls pretty short of the current generation of Xbox and PlayStation consoles. With both Microsoft are set to release their next generation of consoles later this year, a new report has revealed that Nintendo might be…

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When Marvel’s Avengers game trailer dropped, it attracted a lot of attention for all sorts of reasons. Despite that, the title remains to be one of the highly anticipated games of 2020. Although the game was initially planned for release on May 2020, recently Crystal Dynamics confirmed that the game will be coming out few months later on September 4, 2020. In an official post, Scot Amos & Ron Rosenberg Co-Heads of Studio, Crystal Dynamics wrote, “At Crystal Dynamics our ambition has always been to deliver the ultimate Avengers gaming experience. In order to achieve that goal, we have made…

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Although AMD dominated gaming market for a period of time in the past, Intel had become household name when it comes to gaming computers. However, AMD has closed the gap over last couple of years due to impressive offerings. And now, a new report has revealed that more than 40 percent of the participants were using AMD processors. According to the report from Jon Peddie Research, 41 percent of the participants are currently using AMD processors in their systems. If you have been following AMD’s product development over last couple of years, then the latest figure shouldn’t come off as…

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Earlier today, HP has announced its new convertible PC targeted towards small businesses. The latest laptop, ProBook x360 435 G7, comes with AMD’s new 7nm Ryzen 4000 processors that also includes Radeon Vega graphics. According to HP, the company is focusing on the durability and security for ProBook x360 435 G70. According to HP, the ProBook x360 435 passes 19 MIL-STD-810G tests. Moreover, the keyboard deck and the top cover of the convertible are made out of anodizes aluminum. Additionally, the convertible comes with a feature named Sure Start that provides a self-healing BIOS. In case BIOS of the laptop…

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Although DLC fighters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has become pretty common since the game’s release, Nintendo and Sora Ltd. originally had plans to release only five DLC heroes for the title. As you might already know, Byleth is set to release later this month meaning the Fighters Pass will be completed with the new release. However, since the game’s release, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has become one of the most popular titles for Nintendo Switch. As a result, both Nintendo and Sora Ltd. have decided to bring more heroes to the game. In an official announcement, Masahiro Sakurai revealed…

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If you are in the market to purchase new keyboard, you will be glad to know that earlier today, Logitech has announced a new ergonomic keyboard called ERGO K860. The ERGO K860 is a wireless keyboard that allows users to type with their hands in a more natural position. Talking about the new keyboard, Logitech said, “We are excited to announce the new Logitech ERGO K860 Ergonomic Split Keyboard to further the ergonomic desktop solution. This keyboard delivers a more natural typing experience that helps you feel better and work more productively. The curved wrist rest with pillowed cushioning places…

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Although there hasn’t been any shortage of rumors regarding the next BioShock title over last couple of years, it’s unclear when 2K is planning on releasing a new installment in the franchise. Thankfully, if you are planning on replaying the original BioShock trilogy as a Nintendo Switch owner, you are in luck as according to a new leak, the BioShock Collection is heading to the console. This according to a post which revealed the existence of the collection for the Switch. As 2K released the remastered collection on PS4 and Xbox One few years earlier, it’s not a surprise to…

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In somewhat surprising move, Microsoft showed off Xbox Series X earlier last month. While we are still a long way from the official product release, we are learning new things about the upcoming console on a regular basis. If you owned console in the past, then you already know that Microsoft along with other console manufacturers, have produced console exclusive titles. Interestingly, Microsoft has revealed that Microsoft will not be producing Xbox Series X exclusive titles. In a recent interview, Microsoft Studios chief Matt Booty revealed that Microsoft is committed to sure that if someone invests in Xbox between now…

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