The problem you often find when you play any game with items is that you end up torn between looking good and actually being good. Some of the best look items I’ve ever found in games are mid-tiered, meaning that while they look awesome playing with them actually makes me weaker than I could/should be. This is a problem commonly found with games, but Diablo III has you covered if you felt like you needed a little more style thanks to its new cosmetics patch.
Typically without buying the collectors edition (something that is rather hard to find these days), you were limited in how amazing you could look thanks to the limited pets and wings available for your characters.
The latest patch (2.4.1) is a small one by many standards, but will add a wide range of graphical choices for your characters, from the Wings of Kokabiel making you look like a fairy demon to the Star Helm and Pauldrons calling you to battle in space.
Below you can find just a few of the new items and pets that you will be now able to quest for and upon receiving, look like a true warrior.
The lovely pet Galthrak
Cow King pet
Star Helm and Pauldrons
Wings Of Kokabiel
When you play a game do you look for style or are you one for the stats the items bring? Is there a way to find a balance? Give us your opinion on if stats or looks are more important in games
Bethesda has a reputation for making large games, from the olden world of Oblivion and more recently Skyrim to the barren Wastelands of Fallout 3 and most recently Fallout 4. Have you ever wondered though how you would go about testing so many weapons, items, pieces of armour and quest items? The easiest way is to collect everything, a library of magical items, laser cannons and nuclear weapons all collected in a single space. Are you interested yet?
The secret room, like with many features not intended to be found by everyone, can be found by typing in a console command (sorry, this means its PC available only). The command is “COC QASMOKE” and will transport your player to a room containing not just weapons and armour but every bobblehead, holotape and consumable in fallout 4.
If you want a glimpse of the room you can find it in the video below, warning there is some strong language in the video.
Fed up of that gentlemen who keeps blasting you away every time you get near? Maybe you don’t like the idea of giving yourself a super powerful weapon by console command, so why not just “relocate” your player for a bit, I mean it’s not like the AI will ever know… will it?
Bethesda has launched an online MMO of its Elder Scrolls title last year, but it did not receive the attention it had hoped. While it took strong criticism for its derivative and boring nature, it also came with a monthly £8.99 subscription. This made the title go into a slow downspiral.
The poor sales made Bethesda rethink its strategy and came up with the only solution. The company dropped the monthly subscription and players now can buy a copy of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and play as much as they want, while users who already had a subscription can just log into the game and play as usual. The console port is said to have been delayed until June.
However, Bethesda still needs to make it work and pay for the MMO infrastructure. This is why the company is adding its own in-game shop that will allow players to pay real-world cash for virtual items. It is said that there is still an optional ESO Plus subscription, where users can pay monthly and receive in-game cash, downloadable content and character bonuses.
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