Overwatch developer Blizzard is working on more than just the Halloween 2017 event.As fans enjoy the Halloween Terror event, new evidence has emerged of a potential Overwatch sequel or spinoff.Blizzard has posted an advert for a new art intern at one of its studios. The successful candidate will be working on an unannounced project with ties to Overwatch."An unannounced project at Blizzard is seeking an intern to help create a wide range of assets to help bring our game to life," the post reads. "You will work closely with our concept, environment and character teams to create hard surface and organic props, weapons and possibly characters that are both detail-oriented and consistent with the art style we’ve defined."But what really has fans excited is the mention of Overwatch. Candidates should have "knowledge and understanding of the Overwatch universe".There's even mention of "next-gen materials and tools", which suggests it could make it to PS5 or the next … [Read more...] about Overwatch NEWS: Halloween event skins, BIG sequel update, Blizzard gets into legal battle
While we slowly see the end of the Equinox event this week, Niantic look to be cooking something new up for October.A post on the official Pocket Monster website reveals that a spooky new Pokemon Go update is being worked on.No details were confirmed, but it appears fans can look forward to the launch of new bonuses and rewards.“The Halloween season is a special time in Pokémon Go,” The Pokemon Company statement teases.“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.“Stay tuned for more details about Pokemon Go's Halloween event coming soon.” Pokemon Go Halloween 2017 Gen 1, Gen 2 and Gen 3 Pokemon Sat, September 9, 2017 … [Read more...] about Pokemon Go news: New update reveals Halloween event 2017 launch
Armed police swooped on a zombie simulation game in a West Sussex village and held several people in a van while they investigated what they thought were handguns and rifles. Officers were sent to the Halloween event in the village of Hurstpierpoint on Sunday after a member of the public mistook it for a real armed siege and called 999. But the weapons being used in the imaginative role play turned out to be BB guns. The game, called Outbreak, involved about 20 men and women, who were taken to the South Downs for an evening of spooky scenarios. It was part of a weekend long event which saw 1000 participants and 60 actors roaming the West Sussex countryside. Had a great weekend taking part in #OutbreakBrighton #zombies pic.twitter.com/a4x3Pj4AlY— Alison Gourlay (@nosila1990) October 27, 2014 Commenting on the police intervention, event spokesman David Parker said: "Most of the participants thought the police were part of the event. "It took a while for them to … [Read more...] about Armed police swoop on zombie simulation Halloween event in West Sussex
Get daily updates directly to your inbox + SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Do you ever leave things too late? For several weeks I’ve been thinking that the next dog I featured from National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) would be Bessie – an affectionate Staffie who has been waiting for a home since September 2014 when she arrived at the Watford rehoming centre from a dog pound. But, when it came to writing the column, there was always a more needy dog to feature first. Then, after not visiting the re-homing centre for a while where I would see her, when I went to look up her details online at NAWT, I got a shock - she wasn’t there. I knew she hadn’t been reserved and my first reaction was “I left it too late, she’s died”. Fearing the worst, I contacted Jackie De Friez, manager of the Watford centre, who said because, for the past two years, there had been little interest in Bessie from … [Read more...] about Pumpkin hunts and an introduction to Bessie the Staffie, can you re-home her?