It is a period of regeneration and renewal. Not only are we slowly pushing the pandemic back into its hole, spring is almost here. Genshin Impact is clearly feeling the vibe, with a huge celebratory update coming next week.
Call of Duty Mobile also jumped into the update action, releasing its first major content update of the year. Elsewhere, we’ve had some good news on the League of Legends: Wild Rift front, and we’ve taken the time to critique the game title choices of a few big developers.
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Racing Master is a boring title. It’s just a fact. Let’s move on. A subsidiary of NetEase and Codemasters are working together on a new mobile runner that looks a lot like the GRID series. Details are still thin on the pitch, however, with the big unanswered question being whether Racing Master will be a drag racer or a suitable racing game. In any case, the game is likely to be free.
A few weeks ago, the developer of Cookie Run: Kingdom announced that it was working on a few new games, one of which was tentatively called Project Mars. It’s now called Brixity, which we think is a step down from a name standpoint. We also have more details on the gameplay and the setting i.e. Earth, 500 years after humanity left its home planet for Mars. Now he wants to go home.
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Call of Duty Mobile’s first big update of 2021 added all kinds of new content, including maps, modes, weapons, a battle pass, and all the usual stuff. He also introduces Charly as an operator. In case you are unaware of your Call of Duty history, Charly originally appeared in the 2017 version of Modern Warfare.
League of Legends: Wild Rift has been on a slow westward journey since its gradual launch in Asia last year. You can now get it in Europe and the Middle East, but not in the Americas. The populations of the continents of South America and North America do not have long to wait, however. Wild Rift will be here by the end of the month.
Genshin Impact version 1.4 will be released next week. This is called “Invitation to Windblume” and will feature an event where the citizens of Mondstadt come together to commemorate the liberation of the city 2,600 years ago. In terms of time, it would be like having a party to celebrate the fall of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. That makes you think.