Project Cars 2 is now on sale via Steam. They are offering a 60% discount on this game which will cost you ₹ 1200($ 24). The Deluxe edition will cost you around ₹ 1800($ 36). This deluxe edition will include extra vehicles along with the season pass. So the deluxe edition is a good deal and is worth to buy.
Project cars 2 is a racing simulator game that features up to 180 + licensed vehicles. It also includes a dynamic weather system. The sale will last for 36 plus hours on steam. So you have time till September 14 noon. So grab this offer on Steam Now! MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
PUBG, the high-intensity battle royale game from PUBG Corporation where 100 players battle it out to be the last person standing, has quickly become a global gaming phenomenon with over 400 million players across all platforms worldwide. The popularity the game has seen since the launch is phenomenal. Keeping this in mind, HP has launched the inaugural OMEN by HP Challenger Series Tournament in collaboration with Intel and PUBG Corporation.
The tournament is for Asia-Pacific region and Japan where PUBG players will compete against each other in the battle royale tournament. With a prize pool of $50,000, the registration slots for players is divided in two divisions, amateur and influencer invitation category.
Registrations for the tournament has already begun for players in 11 countries: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, India, China, Japan, Korea, Australia and New Zealand. Only the best squads from each country will be shortlisted for the Grand Finals that will be held in Bangkok between November 2 and November 4, 2018.
Few tournament rules has to be followed, with basic being the matches to be solely based on squad, consisting four players in the FPP mode on the Erangel as well as the Miramar Map. The tournament is not for professional players, so don’t expect to enter a battle against the likes of Shroud and Dr. Disrespect.
The teams can earn base points for their final ranking in a battle royale and additional points for the total number of skills.
The collaboration reinforces HP’s commitment to fueling the growth and evolution of the gaming landscape through strategic industry partnerships. HP expects more than 3,000 competitors to join either the amateur and influencer invitational categories.
“HP continuously pushes boundaries to develop the latest cutting-edge and comprehensive portfolio of OMEN gaming devices to fuel the passion, excitement and competitive spirit of gamers,” said Foo Siew Ting, Head of Personal Systems Marketing, HP Asia-Pacific & Japan. “Beyond developing groundbreaking technologies, our collaborations with the likes of PUBG Corporation are pivotal for developing deeper connections within the gaming community and evolving the landscape together.”
“With close to 1.5 billion gamers now gaming on PCs, Intel is continuously pushing the boundaries to deliver the best eSports and gaming experience to this rapidly growing market. Intel has a long history of success in eSports and gaming and being a part of OMEN Challenger Series with HP and PUBG demonstrates our continued commitment to this space,” said Ajay Mohan, Director of Marketing, Intel Asia-Pacific & Japan.
The OMEN Challenger Series registration is now open while the team qualifiers will kick off online on September 15, 2018. Up to 80 amateur teams of four will participate in the country qualifiers, which will be live-streamed via local streaming studios. In addition, two PUBG influencers per country will be invited to form teams of four at the Grand Finals which will be held at COMMART in Bangkok, Thailand, on November 2-4, 2018. A total of 40 teams will compete in the amateur and influencer categories.
You can register here. Note: Those who purchase an Omen by HP series laptop from Sept 3 to Oct 3, 2018 stand a chance to win a trip for two to catch the Omen Challenger Series Tournament live in Bangkok, Thailand. HP is looking to send three pairs of lucky winners to the event scheduled for Nov 2-4, 2018.
Steam’s Weekend Deals are now live, with this week’s offerings including a franchise sale on the Far Cryseries. Save up to 66% on Far Cry Franchise during this week’s Midweek Madness!
Here are the Far Cry games you can save your money on:
Square Enix’s 2009 JRPG, The Last Remnant, will be removed from Steam soon, on September 4th. As always, no worries to the players who owns the game digitally on the Steam, as you’ll be able to keep it forever.
First released in 2008, The Last Remnant is one of those RPGs, very few people played, but those that did mostly fell in love with. The spiritual successor to some of the SaGa series’ best ideas, The Last Remnant achieved some success on PC, but it seems like Square Enix is delisting the game in two weeks and it’s not entirely clear why.
The Last Remnant follows the story of Rush Sykes, a man on a mission to rescue his kidnapped sister, Irena. Before long, Rush finds himself wrapped up in a much bigger plot that involves mysterious artifacts from antiquity known as Remnants.
The Steam page read, “We will soon be discontinuing digital and physical sales of The Last Remnant on PC,” along with departure times by region.
Get it before it’s gone for good
Square Enix didn’t say why it’s removing The Last Remnant from circulation, but anyhow if you want to give a try to this RPG, wait no more as the game vanishes after September 4.
Between now and September 4, you can buy The Last Remnant on Steam for $10.
Microsoft has announced Xbox All Access, a subscription service where the user gets an Xbox console along with two years of subscription to Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass. It bundles together everything you need to play on Xbox One. And it’s all included under one monthly payment.
The official Xbox website reads, “For no upfront cost and one low monthly price for 24 months, Xbox All Access gets you a new Xbox One S or Xbox One X, access to more than 100 great games through Xbox Game Pass, and online multiplayer with Xbox Live Gold. That’s more than 100 all-you-can-play games—including highly-anticipated new Xbox One exclusives the day they’re released, plus more games added all the time— the fastest, most reliable gaming network and an Xbox One console.”
Customers can get an Xbox One S with Xbox All Access at $21.99 per month or the Xbox One X with Xbox All Access at $34.99 per month. Both packages include 24 months of Gold and Game Pass, and each payment plan lasts for 24 months with no upfront cost and 0% APR.
Pay one fee FOR THE WHOLE XBOX ECOSYSTEM
At those prices, you can end up getting Xbox One S for $528 and Xbox One X for $840. At current prices, subscription to the services for 2 years and the cost of the console itself comes to about $660 for the Xbox One S and $860 for the Xbox One X.
Even though the price difference isn’t significant, it is the cost the user must pay per month vs the one-time lump sum payment which makes the difference. It is always easier to pay a smaller amount per month than a large lump sum at one go.
Xbox Game Pass will cover your gaming needs for a select library of third-party games, and every Microsoft first-party exclusive at launch. The company recently announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be joining the Game Pass line-up in September.
Two weeks ago, a massive sale called Attack of the Blockbuster popped up on PlayStation Network. Tons of games including many major PS4 Exclusives are on discount. As usual PlayStation Plus members get additional savings. Well clock is ticking as the sale ends on August 28, so this is your last chance to seal the deal.
Let’s start with God of War, which is on sale for $40 or $35, if you’re a PS Plus member. That’s a great deal. Speaking of PS4 exclusives, Horizon: Zero Dawn: Complete Edition is on sale for just $16($12). And the massive JRPG Persona 5 is down to $35($30).
The whole Uncharted series is also on sale for cheap. Grab the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection for $10($8), Uncharted 4 for $12($10) and the standalone offshoot Uncharted: Lost Legacy for $15($12).
Horror game Until Dawn is just for $6($5), while Insomniac’s pre-Spider-Man game Ratchet & Clank is down to $9($7).
The Witcher 3: Complete Edition, a game where you can spend endless hours exploring, is down to $25($20). First-person horror-fest Resident Evil 7 is on sale for $22.52($20).
Also, on sale are a bunch of remastered classics from last console generation, including Batman: Return toArkham, BioShock: The Collection, Metro Redux, all of which cost $20 or less with PS Plus.
Below are the recommended list of games you can grab before 28 August.
Alien: Isolation – The Collection — $16 ($12 with PS Plus)
Batman: Return to Arkham — $12 ($10)
Battlefield 1 — $12 ($8)
BioShock: The Collection — $25 ($20)
BlazBlue: Central Fiction — $30 ($24)
Burnout Paradise Remastered — $18 ($15)
Danganronpa 1-2 Reload — $24 ($20)
God of War — $40 ($35)
Grand Theft Auto V — $21 ($20)
Gravity Rush Remastered — $13.50 ($10.50)
Gravity Rush 2 — $15 ($13)
Horizon: Zero Dawn: Complete Edition — $16 ($12)
Infamous First Light — $7.50 ($6)
Infamous Second Son — $9 ($7)
Injustice 2: Legendary Edition — $36 ($30)
Kingdom Come: Deliverance — $45 ($39)
Knack 2 — $15 ($13)
Life is Strange — $6 ($4)
Life is Strange: Before the Storm Deluxe Edition — $12.50 ($10)
Mega Man Collection — $7.50 ($6)
Mega Man Collection 2 — $14 ($12)
Metro Redux — $10.50 ($7.50)
Mortal Kombat XL — $12 ($10)
Persona 5 — $35 ($30)
Ratchet & Clank — $9 ($7)
Resident Evil 7 — $22.50 ($20)
Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration — $21 ($15)