For over 20 years, Otterbox has made a name for itself when it comes to phone cases of rugged designs. But this year, the company is planning to enter a new demographic that is mostly centered around gaming. While most of their products are for mobile, there are still some accessories that console owners will enjoy.
It’s probably not the best way to start 2021 when your senior employee is leaving a project that was supposed to be released this year. Yet, that’s what happened with the game developer Techland, as Pawel Selinger, Dying Light 2’s lead writer, has parted ways with it after 22 years.
Cisco halted its plans to help create “smart” cities. This is just the latest example of a big tech company struggling to enter a new, profitable area of business. The event comes as the pandemic disrupted the company’s efforts of providing networking hardware and has limited the ability of local authorities to finance them.
Finding a PlayStation 5 is all but impossible last year. So, Japan has decided to halt all but one PS4 variant to make way for more PlayStation 5s. According to Sony, they are going to end the production of PS4 Pro consoles in Japan except for a specific PS4 model. As per reports, it is not yet clear whether this will apply to other markets as well. But the good news is that PlayStation 5 will come back again sooner than you think.
The Witcher 3 has made some phenomenal hype since its release, five years ago. Its first two games have gained worldwide distinction, and this sequel promised all of that plus an even bigger map ever created. Nowadays, following the hype of Triple-A game releases until the end, often just leads to disappointment, like what happened to its Cyberpunk 2077.
It can be tricky to find the best Skyrim mods 2021. That’s because, in the Steam Workshop alone, there are more than about 28,000 of them. They are the work of zealous fans and bedroom coders determined to transform the vanilla into something far better. Or they’re just out to make interesting and silly things, like turning them into deadly explosives. But whatever floats, this is the best place if you’re having some trouble on where to start.
Make your voice crystal clear with our best microphone 2021 to suit your everyday streaming needs. Sure, the built-in mics attached to your headsets are more than enough when you want to scream at some noob teammate. But if you really want your audience to pay attention, having a dedicated microphone is a must.