By Matt Martin,
Monday, 20 November 2017 09:31 GMT
A refreshing leak has disclosed there are at least a few new varieties of Provide Fall headed to Contact of Responsibility WW2.
The sport provides two types of Provide Drop proper now, Frequent and Rare, and will shortly increase Legendary, Epic and Weapon Provide Drops.
As the name implies, the Weapon Source Fall will comprise new weapons for multiplayer.
Some guns and melee weapons have been hinted at in former leaks, some are only at present obtainable in the Campaign (such as the Enfield No.2), when some have featured in older Simply call of Obligation online games.
Here’s a listing of all the guns that will be bundled in Weapon Provide Drops, as mined by Reddit user MossadKilledLilPeep.
Gewehr 43 (rifle)
Kind 5 (rifle)
Beretta 38 (SMG)
Breda 30 (LMG)
Winchester 94 Lever Action (rifle)
Enfield No. 2 (pistol)
Walther P38 (pistol)
Fight Knife (melee)
Trench Knife (melee)
There’s no formal word from developer Sledgehammer when these new Provide Drops will be applied in Connect with of Obligation WW2, but they may well be component of the update due November 21, when the paid out-for currency, COD Points, will go dwell.
It is anticipated that these new Source Drops can be gained in sport as well as acquired outright applying COD Details. We must get affirmation tomorrow.
Nadeshot Drops Bombshell About 100Thieves Call of Responsibility Roster
The return of Matt ‘Nadeshot’ Haag to competitive Call of Obligation just took a nosedive after he revealed there could be no 100Intruders roster on stream.
The previous OpTic Gaming captain retired from competing in 2015 following his group placed 7th at the Superior Warfare CoD Planet Championships, irrespective of likely in as the favorites.
For the duration of his playing career he grew to become one of the most preferred esports personalities on the planet, and continued that when he stopped competing when he moved to Los Angeles to focus on his YouTube profession.
He usually proposed he’d be coming back to perform and the start of Connect with of Obligation WWII and a return to boots on the floor mechanics seemed like the best option. It’s now seeking in question.
Soon after leaving OpTic Gaming he made the 100Burglars brand, and that was set to be his platform when he built his magical return to aggressive.
Even so, that was all put in doubt when it was described that NBA team the Cleveland Cavaliers would be partnering up with 100Robbers to launch a franchise team in the North American League of Legends Championship Sequence.
With Nadeshot exclusively stated as portion of the nonetheless unconfirmed offer, speculation began that he’d not be returning just after all.
On the eve of the launch of Phone of Responsibility WWII, he last but not least responded to requests to communicate about the 100T roster while he was streaming the new game.
“I really do not want to disappoint you guys, but there’s not a 100Intruders roster proper now. There’s not. We’ll discuss about matters, we’ll figure it all out, but just so you fellas have your anticipations set, ok?”
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Software giant Symantec (SYMC) this afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue that was in line with consensus, but profit a little lower than expected, as it spent money during the quarter for things such as marketing, as it rode the wave of concern about identity theft following a gigantic breach at credit rating firm Equifax (EFX), spending to promote its Life Lock product.
The miss on profit, and what appears at first blush as a soft forecast, has sent the stock down $2.31, or over 7%, at $29.85.
Although revenue and profit this quarter look to be lower, the company’s chief executive, Greg Clark, said that the results were affected by the divestiture of Website Security, which it announced today it has completed. Factoring for that, the company is reiterating its revenue view for the year, he said.
“As a management team, we are extremely happy with where we are,” said Clark.
“We are poised for long-term growth, and share gains in cyber, and we feel really good about our technical capabilities.”
“We’re selling the right amount of business, we’re billing the right amount, and can see the outperformance.”
Revenue in the three months ended in September rose 27%, year over year, to $1.28 billion, yielding EPS of 40 cents, excluding some costs.
That revenue figure is a non-GAAP figure, and was toward the upper end of management’s forecast range of $1.26 billion to $1.29 billion, while the profit number was at the low end of a forecast range of 40 cents to 44 cents.
Analysts had been modeling $1.28 billion and 42 cents per share.
For the current quarter, the company sees revenue in a range of $1.25 billion to $1.28, and EPS in a range of 42 cents to 46 cents.
Clark noted in his conversation with me that while the top-line revenue number is lower, in part because of the Website divestiture, the company is also seeing more deferred revenue as a result of selling more wares to enterprise as a software “appliance,” which means that not as much revenue is recognized in any one period. But, on the flip side, he said the company raised its cash flow outlook for the year, as it collects the money up front before formally recognizing it.
Pokemon Godeveloper Niantic has dropped its biggest Gen 3 hint yet.
Niantic CEO John Hanke recently told Taiwanese magazine Business Weekly what the game’s next secret weapon will be new Pokemon.
“There is a lot of Pokemon that have not yet been launched,” Hanke revealed (via Comicbook).
“So I think the next secret weapon will be launch of the next Pokemon generation. I hope the players will soon see them.”
Fans have already discovered Gen 3 Pokemon in the game files, while a new update suggests that everything is in place for an imminent release.
In fact, the only thing missing are the sound files needed to replicate the new Pokemon.
Check out a selection of our favourite Gen 3 Pokemon in the gallery below…
A recent Pokemon Company statement suggested that spooky new gen 3 Pokemon would join the app at Halloween.
“The Halloween season is a special time in Pokemon Go,” the post reads.
“Plenty of good stuff is coming to the game later this October, and we can’t wait to get out and about to see what sort of excitement we can scare up while catching new Pokemon to fill out our Pokedex.”
Gen 3 Ghost Types include Shuppet, Banette, Mega Banette, Duskull and Dusclops, which is a nice selection for a limited time Halloween event.
One Pokemon that definitely won’t be joining the game is Oh-Ho.
A leaked Niantic email supposedly confirmed plans to add Oh-Ho to the game as part of an imminent Legendary Raid.
Unfortunately, the email wasn’t actually sent out by Niantic, so you’ll have to wait a little longer for Oh-Ho Raids.
That’s according to a Niantic employee, who told Reddit users: “I reviewed our support ticketing system and I can confirm that our support team did not send this erroneous message.”
It’s been speculated that a new Legendary Raid will launch alongside Gen 3 Pokemon and the upcoming Halloween event.
HUNDREDS of bargain hunters tried to snap up a new Xbox games console for £89.99 after a glitch on Argos’s website. The pre-order Minecraft Xbox One S 1TB should cost £300.
Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition crashes Argos website after price
The store’s site crashed for several hours after marketing agency PTM Media flagged up the price on its Facebook page “Extreme Deals, Bargains, Discounts”.
It understood that several hundred bargain hunters were able to order the console today for the heavily discounted price – before the deluge of traffic caused it to crash.
PTM Media director Daniel Dalley said: “We posted the offer on our Facebook page – which has more than 60,000 followers – and we know that thousands of people clicked on it.
“We estimate around 200 to 300 people may have actually managed to buy one for this price.
“By the time I had got into the office this morning I decided to try to redeem the offer myself, but when I tried to get on the Argos website it was completely offline.”
Daniel said these errors are known as “retailer glitches” and are often caused by employees incorrectly entering prices.
He said: “We see this quite often with lots of online retailers.
“Some will honour the deal, others won’t. It all depends on each particular websites terms and conditions.
“But some people may have got themselves a bargain this morning.”
Argos store confirmed on twitter its website was down due to a pricing glitch.
Yesterday the retailer confirmed all wrongly priced orders will be cancelled and apologised to customers “inconvenienced by the technical error”.
The website’s, terms and conditions state under point “4.3 a” what the website does when it comes to pricing errors.
It reads: “If we discover an error in the price of goods ordered or reserved, we will inform you as soon as possible (e.g. prior to the goods being dispatched or in store prior to the collection of good).
“We will provide you with the option of reconfirming your order at the correct price or cancelling it. If we are unable to contact you we will treat the order as cancelled.
“If you choose to cancel and have already paid for the goods, you will receive a full refund.”