‘Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4’ Won’t Have Loot Boxes: Here’s How Customization Works Instead

I really enjoyed last year’s Call of Duty: WWII, but one thing that drove me crazy about the game was the implementation of loot boxes. For real world money you could purchase “Supply Drops” which included various cosmetic items, from super lame pistol grip designs to really cool and varied uniforms for troops from myriad different countries.

Winamp 5.8 Has Been Officially Released And Supports Windows 10

Only days after telling the world it plans to resurrect Winamp as an all-in-one media player for desktop and mobile in 2019, owner Radionomy has taken a step toward fulfilling its promise. That’s right, Winamp 5.8 has been officially released and finally brings proper support for both Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Yea, it’s been awhile! I’m all for

‘Friday Night Fortnite’ Tournament: Start/End Times, Rules, Scoring, Prizes And How To Enter

It would be easy to be confused about the name, but take note: this is not Friday Fortnite, the Keemstar-hosted Fortnite tournament that served as the first major professional Fortnite event. Keemstar’s Friday Fortnite was eventually cancelled after Epic kept scheduling Fall/Summer Skirmish events on Friday night, and as a sort of nail in the coffin the developer has

Intel Core i9-9900K Review: Ridiculously Fast But Better Than AMD’s Ryzen 7 2700X In Games?

The last 18 months has been a blur of activity from both Intel INTC -1.99%and AMD as each wrestles with higher and higher core counts, frequencies and increasing numbers of CPUs in their product stacks. However, today, things have come to a dramatic head in the mainstream desktop market as Intel has yet again increased core counts for its mainstream flagship,