|Posted by Jason on July 19, 2018 at 3:45 PM|
Niantic's Real World Platform will let developers build their own AR game worlds
Niantic the gaming giant behind Pokémon Go has come up with a developer tool that will aid game makers to customize and produce their own AR experience for mobile gadgets. The company believes the tool will help bridge the gap between the physical and digital world. The platform will support an estimated seven million simultaneous users equipped with maps and security. Importantly, the company is signing developers to help on Real World Platform projects and if you are interested, you can sign up on their website.
Command & Conquer Rivals Isn't What Fans Wanted, But It's Fun
The much-anticipated version of Command & Conquer by EA is finally out. However, contrary to many gamer's expectations: they have only released a mobile version only. The news may have come as a disappointment to many people who expected EA to integrate a P.C version, nonetheless, the game is quite fun to play in the mobile phone.
Even though the developers have used characters from older versions, the game provides a tactical platform inspired by Star Wars: Force Arena and Clash Royale. The game consists of two antagonist players on opposite ends of an arena who lead armies against each other.
Snapchat Planning to Launch a Gaming Platform by the End of the Year
Finally, Snapchat has expressed its intention to launch its own gaming platform by the end of the year 2018. Initially, the scenario remained a rumor and was a subject of much speculation on the social media. According to its operation manager, the organization has been creating ties with different publishers in anticipation for its launch.
Details and specification on how this platform will work are still slim but the developers will integrate it as a separate hub inside the Snapchat hub. If you can remember, Snapchat announced in 2017 that it had acquired PlayCanvas a HD game engine. The company has been seeking ways to increase its user base and this has led them to explore different avenues.
Epic is expected to Fix Fortnite's First Summer Skirmish Event
The last Foray in the anticipated Fortnite's eight-week tournament—Summer Skirmishes did not go as planned. The 10-round tournament came to a disastrous end, thanks to the technical team and the hosting crew. Every player tried to play the game safe and this scenario led to many players being locked out as the game ran in circles. Furthermore, overloading of the servers led to the game to lag inhibiting movement.
However, if you are a fan of epic there is good news as the technical team has made a few adjustments to Summer Skirmishes to streamline the process. The company has prioritized eliminating the lag because this will be a crucial step to make the game watchable. To put the icing on the cake they have made a few kills as valuable as a win.
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