Dwarfheim: Exclusive Closed Beta Access

IGN Prime has partnered with developer Pineleaf Studio and publisher Merge Games to unlock an exclusive pre-Early Access closed beta for DwarfHeim: The next-generation Co-Op RTS. From the developer: DwarfHeim innovates the RTS genre with thrilling co-op and team gameplay that will appeal to fans of multiplayer games everywhere. Player roles are critical to the success of your clan – choosing the right class can mean the difference between victory and defeat. Gather resources, expand your city and defeat the constant threat of feral trolls. Ultimately, you’ll need to crush all rival clans before you can reclaim DwarfHeim, ancestral home of the dwarves.
Dwarfheim hits Steam early access Oct 22, but if you want to be on the bleeding edge, we've got you covered via IGN Prime. Beta Schedule: First phase begins October 2: 8am CEST / 11am PT until October 4: 8am CEST / 11am PT Beta Schedule: Second phase begins October 15: 10am CEST / 1am PT until October 16: 10pm CEST / 1pm PT If you're an IGN Prime member click here or click the image above to grab your exclusive Steam closed beta key. Keys are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Not an IGN Prime member? No problem. We're offering a 30-day free trial to all new subscribers. No strings attached. Simply sign up and come back here to grab your beta key. You can cancel with one click any time. Every month, the IGN Prime team provides members an opportunity to grab great games, exclusive betas, and other goodies picked by the Prime team. Your first month is now totally free, and provides so many more benefits: Browse IGN.com ad-free — no banner ads, no video ads An exclusive monthly $5 discount eligible on all regular-price items on the IGN Store Download videos in the highest resolution we have available Game guide PDF downloads for offline access Free indie games and betas (like DwarfHeim!) Support IGN Much more to come

The Internet Thinks Minecraft in Smash Bros. Crashed Twitter

This morning Nintendo announced the newest DLC character joining the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster, and it’s none other than Minecraft Steve (and friends). Coincidentally, Twitter suffered a brief outage right after Minecraft Steve was announced, and while Twitter wouldn’t confirm the reason for the outage fans believe the two are related.
At 7 am PT, Nintendo revealed the newest character joining the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fighters list. According to Down Detector, Twitter experienced an outage two minutes later. When IGN reached out to Twitter to inquire about the cause of the outage, Twitter declined to confirm the cause of the outage. Although Twitter did confirm there was a short outage. This hasn’t stopped Twitter users from claiming that the two events are related. After all, a lot of people were online to see the new character for Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Minecraft Steve has been a long-rumored, though unconventional, character. When Steve was finally revealed as the next character, the reaction online was swift and immediate. twitter the exact moment minecraft steve got announced for smash pic.twitter.com/CAR6riDrcP
— Kevampire Williwolf (@AwestruckVox) October 1, 2020 Sakurai: Minecraft Steve in Smash! Twitter Servers: pic.twitter.com/TNQMDsPriT — TRAFON (@RiseFallNick) October 1, 2020 Twitter has survived numerous election campaigns, election days, election result, natural disasters, and a pandemic. Sakurai announces Minecraft Steve in Smash and this app just frame 1 exploded. — Itano Circus (@TheItanoCircus) October 1, 2020 Literally Twitter after Minecraft steve reveal: pic.twitter.com/U1pe3G6GoY
— Jesus (Joestar) Renteria ζ⃠ (@Jolly_Inkling) October 1, 2020 Again, neither IGN nor Twitter can confirm the reason for the 7 am disruption to Twitter that followed the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC news. And Twitter users are free to speculate on the reasons for themselves. We’re just pointing out a funny coincidence. Minecraft Steve, Alex, Z..

Blizzard delays World of Warcraft’s Shadowlands expansion until “later this year”

Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft's Shadowlands expansion, which was originally due to launch on 27th October, will be delayed until some time "later this year". Announcing the news in a statement on the World of Warcraft website, Blizzard explained that while it had made "significant progress iterating and polishing the core gameplay and […]


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How Does Star Wars Squadrons’ Campaign Compare to Other Star Wars Games?

Star Wars isn't just one of the most famous movie franchises of all time, it's also inspired some of the best video games ever made — and also a bunch of pretty bad ones. Like the eternal battle between good and evil space wizards, for every Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic there's a Masters of Teras Kasi; for every Jedi Knight II there's a Kinect Star Wars; and for every Star Wars: Battlefront II there's a Star Wars Battlefront II. Now that we know how Star Wars: Squadrons' single-player mode and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order stack up against the pantheon of games from a galaxy far, far away, let's witness the power of the fully armed and operational video game-reviewing station that is IGN and look back at every time we've weighed in on a Star Wars game. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=every-ign-star-wars-game-review&captions=true”] Once you've refreshed your memory, let us know which game stands out as your all-time favorite.