League of Legends developer Riot Games has announced a new game mode, dubbed Nexus Blitz. It’s the first of a new, community-driven method of testing possible additional game modes called Experimental Modes.
In a board post written by gameplay producer Michael “SpaceNorth” Chu, Riot detailed how these Experimental Modes differ from other timed content like the Ultra Rapid Fire mode that comes and goes: “With experimental modes, we’re looking for something that could last a while—maybe even as a permanent addition to League.”
Despite reports suggesting Kingdom Hearts 3 will have a campaign of around 40-50 hours, and additional content bolstering that number to an estimated 80 hours, Square Enix has not yet actually settled on the final length of the anticipated sequel.
A preview report from Geek.com of Kingdom Hearts 3 published earlier this month suggested those play time estimations had been confirmed. That would make for one of the longest main campaigns in the Kingdom Hearts franchise, and the news of this lengthy play time was reported by a number of outlets as confirmation of KH3’s official length earlier this week.
The Destiny 2: Forsaken – Legendary Collection will be arriving day-and-date with the launch of the latest Destiny 2 expansion, Forsaken, on September 4, and will include the base game, Curse of Osiris, Warmind, and of course, Forsaken.
Announced by Bungie alongside a new trailer, this collection will retail for $59.99 USD and will include everything needed to enjoy this latest adventure, as Forsaken requires players to own all previous expansions to play.
While this collection includes all previous content, it does not include the Destiny 2 Annual Pass which will grant access to three smaller expansions – Black Armory (Winter 2018), Joker’s Wild (Spring 2019), and Penumbra (Summer 2019).