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D.Va is getting a big nerf on the next Overwatch PTR, but also a new ability

Overwatch has a D.Va problem. The Korean Tank hero is seeing significant play right now thanks to the her powerful Defense Matrix ability and the role she fits in the currently prevalent dive meta. It seems Blizzard has taken notice, too, as Overwatch principal designer Geoff Goodman chimed in on a forum post today to outline an upcoming D.Va rework that the team has been testing internally.

Here’s the changes they’re currently testing:

Defense Matrix: Energy drain increased by 2x. This means her effective uptime for this ability has been reduced by 50%.

Boosters: D.Va can now use her Fusion Cannons while flying.

New ability – Micro Missiles: D.Va launches a long salvo of small missiles that explode on impact, dealing damage in a small radius around them. This ability can be used while using her other abilities or firing her Fusion Cannons. 

“The combination of these changes allow her to play more aggressively and deal more damage, at the cost of being able to Defense Matrix as often as before,” Goodman said. “Defense Matrix still remains an extremely powerful tool when timed correctly, but the reduced uptime means D.Va won’t be able to use it nearly as often overall.”

Goodman said the new Micro Missiles ability, in combination with the ability to fire while flying, will allow for more aggressive play, as well as opening up new strategic options against heroes such as Pharah. 

“Overall the goal here is to reduce her reliance on Defense Matrix and make her more fun to play. As far as balancing goes, we want to nerf Defense Matrix as an ability, not D.Va as a hero,” Goodman said. “She has been a ton of fun to play with these changes, and we’re looking forward you letting you guys play with them as well.”

According to Goodman, these changes will be playable for testing on the next Overwatch PTR. As always, they’re subject to change before then or once Blizzard has collected some player feedback from the PTR itself. 

Watch an entire match of Star Wars Battlefront 2 Starfighter Assault

As we Maul over the details.

Published 21/08/2017

During the EA Gamescom briefing we saw an entire Starfighter Assault space battle demonstrated in Star Wars Battlefront 2.

Starfighter Assault has been built with developer Criterion’s (developer of the Burnout series) help, and controls have apparently been built fresh even for ships returning from Star Wars Battlefront 1.

Starfighter Assault has class-based ships: hybrid, bomber and interceptor. Bombers are tanks, slow but powerful, and include the Y-Wing on the Rebel side and the TIE bomber on the Imperial side. The interceptors are glass cannons, fast and agile but smashable, and include the A-Wing on the Rebel side and the TIE Interceptor on the Imperial side. The hybrids are the X-Wing and TIE fighter.

The map being played was an Imperial shipyard above the planet Fondor. The objective is in three phases: to destroy the Imperial defenses; to go into the narrow tunnels and blow up the shield projectors; to disable the power couplings and leave the reactor core vulnerable – and then to blow it up.

The map offers a number of Hero and Villain ships: Slave I and Millennium Falcon as well as Poe Dameron’s Black One X-Wing and Darth Maul’s Scimitar. Dameron can reveal enemies for nearby allies, whereas Maul can cloak – turn invisible. That’s in addition to powerful normal weapons. Slave I this time has a seismic charge bomb, and the Falcon is fast and durable, with powerful canons and missiles.

EA DICE revealed a different Star Wars Battlefront 2 Starfighter Assault gameplay video at the weekend, offering a first look at the new mode.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 launches 17th November on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. An open beta runs a month earlier from 6th-9th October.

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Stick it to the Man dev’s wordless platformer Fe is coming to Switch

The new EA-partnered indie game.

Published 21/08/2017

Last year EA announced a quirky platformer about the beauty of mother nature called Fe as the latest in its EA Originals initiative to partner with indie devs. Now that game has been confirmed for Switch, in addition to PS4, Xbox One and PC, when it launches next year.

Fe is being developed by Stick it to the Man developer Zoink, which is also working on another “multiplatform” title confirmed for Switch, Flipping Death.

Fe is a wordless adventure about a cub that communicates with other forms of nature through sound. Along the way they’ll climb, glide and dig through the scenery as they ward off the mechanical “Silent Ones” that are robbing the forest of its rhythm. Our Chris Donlan said it looks like “Metroidvania for the Hot Yoga crowd.”

Creative lead Klaus Lyngeled said Fe is heavily inspired by his time hanging out in the woods as a child.

“We wanted to create a game that gives the feeling of exploring something special,” Lyngeled said. “We would spend hours in the woods as kids, and while it felt scary at first, eventually the strange sounds became familiar – you become part of nature and the forest feels like home. Players will realise similar feelings as they play through Fe.”

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Battlefield 1 reveals new in-development 5v5 Incursion mode


Published 21/08/2017

A five-versus-five mode is finally coming to Battlefield 1. Incursion, as it’s known, goes into closed alpha next month and you can register for it on the Battlefield 1 website now. The alpha is for Origin on PC only.

Incursion will be fast and intense, on smaller maps but still with a mix of vehicles to play with – a light tank and armoured car were seen in a debut gameplay video.

Scoring has been changed for Incursion because points will presumably be tighter but there’s no specific detail beyond that. You’ll be able to choose your kit before Incursion matches begin, which EA DICE hopes will add a level of strategy as players compliment each other.

Kits are a subset of regular classes offering specialised roles. In the closed alpha there will be the Trench Surgeon, able to heal and revive; Control Leader, who has smoke grenades and can be spawned on while out of combat; AT Assault, specialised in taking out enemy vehicles; Battle Mechanic, who operates vehicles; Mortar Support, which is self-explanatory; Raid Leader, who can place spawn beacons; Shock Assault, a rounded fighter; and Proximity Recon, which can use intel to dispose of enemies somehow.

The closed alpha will offer one map: a scaled-down version of BF1 map Giant’s Shadow.

In addition, DICE unveiled the Battlefield 1 Revolution edition – out now – which is a kind of Game of the Year edition bundling all expansions in one box. We’ve only had one of those so far – They Shall Not Pass – which means three are still left to come: In the Name of the Tsar, in September, which takes place in frozen Russia; Turning Tides, in December, which has amphibious warfare; and Apocalypse, in early 2018, which apparently recreates one of the most infamous battles of World War 1.

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Battlefield 1’s upcoming In The Name Of The Tsar expansion detailed

Hey everyone, we’re so excited to share the next chapter of the Battlefield 1 journey through the Great War. Coming this September, Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar adds our most extensive Battlefield expansion yet. With the massive Russian Army joining the fight, including the amazing Women’s Battalion of Death represented by the Scout class, you’ll get to experience some of the most dramatic battles involving the Russian Empire during World War I.

We’ve also got six new maps coming as the fight moves to the Eastern Front and the ensuing Russian Revolution. Set against the harsh winter, these were some of the most brutal conflicts of the war. And these maps will prove it!


Lupkow Pass: The vertical fights are as bitter as the cold as you fight amid snow-covered ravines and treacherous mountains. The first map of Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar, Lupkow Pass pits the Austro-Hungarian forces against the dug-in troops of the Russian Imperial Army. With narrow passes and gorges constantly limiting your sightlines, adapting your tactics is key. You’ll want to gain altitude and get a vantage point on the enemy to help secure the win – but an Armored Train may just change the outcome of the battle.

Albion: Partake in the skirmishes of the Albion assault in this massive invasion of the Baltic peninsula, as the German Empire enacts a brutal coastal bombardment against the heavy gun batteries of the Russian forces. While expert vehicle and artillery use is crucial, sharp-eyed infantry that are able to stay ahead of the mayhem can make a serious impact with each capture point.

Galicia: Set during the epic Brusilov Offensive, you’ll find the Russian Empire committed to pushing back the Austro-Hungarian forces from within the Russian countryside. It’s an open map focused on infantry, cavalry, and light vehicles. With plenty of open space to traverse, it’s a great opportunity to make use of the cavalry charge as both lightning-fast transport and a serious threat to enemies on foot.

Brusilov Keep: The Russians have pushed the Austro-Hungarians back into a secluded mountain town along a critical trade route of the Eastern Front, but the opposition is making a strong stand on this infantry-focused map. Set in the shadow of the Carpathian Mountains, there’s a big emphasis on close-range soldier combat here. Your best bet? Top-notch teamwork with your squad.

Tsaritsyn: The Bolsheviks and the Imperials enter the fray among barricaded streets as the old and new regimes fight for the soul of Russia. This up-close and personal infantry fight is as ruthless as they come. Use the house-to-house fighting to your advantage by setting up ambushes for overextending enemies.

Volga River: A ruined rural battleground sets the stage for a tank fight between the Bolsheviks in red and the Imperial Army in white. Makeshift shelters provide cover from the freezing cold and the constant exchange of heavy firepower. As you trade salvos with enemy tanks, remember to keep yourself from being outnumbered. A strategic retreat can give you time to regroup and prevent losing vehicle resources.


Along with the maps, we’re going to add 11 Russian-themed weapons, including the Mosin-Nagant M91 and the Russian Standard 1912 grenade. The massive Ilya-Muromets Heavy Bomber will rain devastation down from the sky, but you’ll be able to defend your positions from a unique stationary weapon: the powerful coastal gun battery.

You’ll also get the chance to execute incredible cavalry charges with the legendary Hussar riders using their awesome lances and an evolved set of cavalry moves.

We’ll be introducing a game mode called Supply Drop as well, where you’ll join a fast-paced fight for supplies on the Eastern Front as airdrops descend on strategic capture points, and recovering them gives you everything you’ll need to outgun your opponents. We’re also adding some epic Operations, including the Brusilov Offensive – one of the most lethal offensives of the war.

Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar comes with a ton of new goals and in-game rewards, too. Expect Medals, Dog Tags, Service Stars, and more that will keep you in the fight even longer. I can’t wait to see you in the battle!

The Sims 4 Cats and Dogs expansion pack coming November

Meow means woof in cat.

Published 21/08/2017


Poor cat looks like a doodle bear.

You have (not-so) patiently waited, Sims fans, and now you are being rewarded. The Sims 4 is getting a cats and dogs expansion pack.

EA and Maxis have announced the newest The Sims 4 expansion will let players “experience the cuddly companionship and delightful surprises cats and dogs will bring into their Sims’ daily lives”. In other words, give up your Sims’ career aspirations and focus solely on their animal friend.

The new create a pet tool allows players to create and design their pets from an extensive variety of breeds as well as customise your fur baby’s coat. Players will also be able to add special outfits and accessories to their moggy or pooch and tailor their personality traits.


The expansion includes a brand-new veterinarian business, which will allow players to pursue their dreams of building their own veterinary clinic and saving the world one animal at a time. With your own veterinarian business, you can hire staff, diagnose and cure pets from different illnesses and generally live out your dreams – being surrounded by animals 24/7.


The Sims 4 Cats and Dogs expansion pack also introduces a new coastal world called Brindleton Bay where Sims can “play fetch near the harbour docks, take a walk to the lighthouse, visit a park to set up an obstacle course, meet other pet-loving locals, and even find stray pets that Sims can take in as their own”.


Unlike The Sims 3 Pets, it seems this expansion doesn’t have horses but there’s always the possibility they may be introduced as an update in the future.

The Sims 4 Cats and Dogs expansion pack is coming to PC and Mac on 10th November.


Blizzard confirms Junkertown as new Overwatch map

Let me take you to junky town.

Published 21/08/2017

Blizzard has confirmed Junkertown as the new Overwatch map.

In Blizzard’s preview video for Gamescom, ahead of its full conference on Wednesday, the developer revealed the new escort map will be none-other than the home of the chaotic duo Roadhog and Junkrat.

Junkertown is set in Australia. In Overwatch lore, Australia was one of the places hit hardest by the Omnic crisis. In an attempt to make peace, the Australian government gifted the outback to the Omnics. However doing so displaced many of the area’s residents, including Junkrat and Roadhog, who formed the Australian Liberation Front to rebel against the Omnics. The rebels destroyed the Omnium infusion core which then blew up and reduced the surrounding area to a radioactive wasteland. Junkertown was born from the wreckage.


The Junkertown map is a criminal paradise complete with destroyed Omnics, a room of gold and shantytown style houses.

The unlawful residents of Junkertown call themselves Junkers. But after stealing from the queen of Junkertown, our favourite Junkers Roadhog and Junkrat were exiled.

Blizzard also showed a new video following the escapades of the duo:

Blizzard announced there will be a brand new Overwatch short shown at its Gamescom conference on Wednesday.

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PC Gamer UK Podcast 52: I have a complicated relationship with Bathtub Geralt

Oh snap, it’s the PC Gamer Top 100! Samuel, Phil and Andy—yes, he’s here this week—run through the entire thing, making brutally honest judgements based on a list voted for by almost 20 PC Gamer staffers and freelancers. Why not follow along at home, with a copy of PC Gamer in your hands? (You do have a copy, right?)

Download: Episode 52: I have a complicated relationship with Bathtub Geralt. You can also subscribe on iTunes or keep up with new releases using our RSS feed.   

Discussed: The PC Gamer Top 100, 2017

Starring: Samuel Roberts, Phil Savage, Andy Kelly

The PC Gamer UK Podcast is a weekly podcast about PC gaming. Thoughts? Feedback? Requests? Tweet us @PCGamerPod, or email letters@pcgamer.com. This week’s music is from The Witcher III: Wild Hunt.