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Epic Games Looking To Match Controls Across Modes For Fortnite

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Developer Epic Games is looking to bring a major improvement to the popular Fortnite title.

Epic Games is currently working to bring control scheme parity between the game’s two modes, Battle Royale and Save the World.

Darren Sugg, Creative Director for Fortnite said that the team is working on creating a unified control scheme for Fortnite’s Battle Royale and Save the World modes, which has proven to be a little difficult for players switching between the control schemes.

“Because Save the World features class-based abilities that require additional buttons, it’s not as easy as simply adapting the default Battle Royale, ‘Combat Pro’ control scheme,” Sugg said, during an interview with USgamer. “The team has some ideas, though, so players should see updates in the future.”

 

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DICE Comments on Controversy Over Battlefield 5 TTK

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DICE has officially responded to the backlash over recent TTK changes in Battlefield 5.

DICE recently made a change to the time to kill (TTK) in Battlefield 5, which dropped the damage output for the majority of the weapons in game, striving to prolong gunfights and provide players more time to react to a given situation, and/or battle.

“We’ve seen [TTK has] been a big talking point and causing a divide in the community, which was never our intention” DICE said via an official statement.

“We have been listening closely to what you’ve all been saying

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Your First Look at Pagan Online Gameplay

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Wargaming has pulled the curtain back on Pagan Online, giving fans a look at the gameplay, via a new trailer.

The RPG MMO with a pre-Christian mythology theme is set to arrive sometime in 2019, and you can take your first look in the video below:

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Director of Kingdom Hearts 3 Addresses Early Leak

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After an early leak of Kingdom Hearts 3 over this past weekend, 
the game’s director Tetsuya Nomura has released a statement urging fans not to help in the circulation of gameplay videos.

Additionally, Nomura reassures fans that the “biggest spoilers” were not showcased or revealed in the leaked copies.

According to Polygon, the person responsible for the leaks got 30 copies via a connection they have to someone involved with the manufacturing and printing of the discs based in North Carolina.

Nomura says that his team is “aware as to how this has all happened,” and that the “whole team has been working together since [news of the leak] to investigate what we can do to better this situation.”

Kingdom Hearts 3 launches on January 29, 2019

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