Welcome to December!
That’s right, the year that never ends is nearly over. Just because the year is winding down doesn’t mean that the gaming news is taking a break. To make sure you’re up to date on what’s happening we welcome you to the first Wow Green News Roundup. Right here you’ll get the biggest gaming news stories from the last two weeks in an easily digestible format.
You’ve read enough preamble, time to dive into the news stream and see what we’ve got for you this week.
Call of Duty: Cold War Weapon XP Buff
The November 30th patch for Call of Duty: Cold War has significantly increased the experience you’ll earn for your weapon across both the Multiplayer and Zombies modes.
In addition to the weapon XP buff, a couple of other weapon XP issues have been resolved where experience wasn’t awarded at a high enough rate or awarded inconsistently. Overall, a great time to get levelling.
Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti Out Today
The next card in Nvidia’s 30-series is hitting shops on the 2nd of December, 2020. It’s the more affordable cousin to the RTX 3070, clocking in at £369 ($399), but continues to offer ultra crisp 4K gaming.
If you pick one up you’ll also get a year’s subscription to Nvidia GeForce Now.
Fall Guys Teases Winter Season
Fall Guys’ Season 3 will have a winter theme, and two major parts have been teased over on the Fall Guys Twitter account. A brand new character type called a Pegwin has been shown off, as well as a swinging object that’s currently being named.
Want to have your say? Head over to Twitter and vote for your favourite. Currently Ringus Dingus is winning. Please help stop it.
Fallout 76 Adds Wheelchairs
After a Fallout 76 fan asked for an in-game version of the wheelchair she uses to assist her mobility, Bethesda have added wheelchairs which can be crafted at your in-game C.A.M.P. Shelter.
This was added as part of Fallout 76’s Steel Dawn expansion update which surprisingly dropped a few days early on the 24th of November.
Flight Sim to Update UK
Flight Sim has already updated the USA in a big update, and now the next focus for Microsoft Flight Simulator is a revamp of Great Britain, as announced in a Twitch livestream..
50 to 60 new points of interest will be added to the UK map making it a more varied and realistic experience. In addition, we’ll also see new procedural methods add new building types as well as an integration of new aerial data from Bing.
Super Nintendo World to open in February
Ever wanted to join everyone’s favourite plumber in another world? Opening in February in Japan, Super Nintendo World, as part of Universal Studios Japan, will give you that chance.
Originally planned to open alongside the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, it’s now heading for a February 2021 opening date. Official photos have been posted on the Universal Studios Japan Twitter account and we have to say, it’s looking pretty good.
That’s the major scoops and updates we have for you today. Until next time, head on over to our Community Forum, and have your say on what’s happening in the gaming world.