In Case you Missed it #4

No Mans Sky, Call of Duty and Steam

The highlights from this week most certainly will be the announcement of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle pass details, with No man’s sky’s new update proving that Hello Games are still pushing their game as far as they can. But in Case you missed it, here’s the roundup.

Destiny cookbook announced

According to an Amazon listing and the Bungie store, the Destiny cookbook will be released on the 4th of August, 2020, and is being written by games-and-food veteran Victoria Rosenthal. This follows in the wake of several popular cookbooks, each showing you how to cook real food from your favourite video games. These range from the Elder Scrolls cookbook which tells you how to make that sweet roll you apparently lost, the Fallout cookbook which instructs the reader how to roast a bit of deathclaw, and even an unofficial Final Fantasy XV cookbook which looks into all the recipes Ignus lovingly crafts for you in-game. Full Article

1000 games removed from Steam due to Steamworks ‘abuse’

The games on the face of it don’t appear to be related, but as discovered over on Twitter, developer Alexandra Flock noted that a ‘good chunk’ of them can be traced to the publisher. We don’t have full details of why these games, numbering 982, have been removed, though according to PC Gamer a Valve representative has spoken up giving some rough information about the removal. “We recently discovered a handful of partners that were abusing some Steamworks tools,” the representative said. “We emailed all the affected partners.” Though what this means for other publishers, and how to avoid issues like this, has yet to be seen. Full Article

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare brings biggest free content drop in franchise history

We’ve already seen a little about what post-release content will look like for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, but now Activision is ready to talk Season One content, and what that’ll mean for players. Over on Activision’s site they’ve detailed just what the Roadmap for Season One will look like. The best news that no matter the platform, all this content will launch at the same time. Here’s what you can expect, Full Article

No Man’s Sky Synthesis brings hundreds of changes

The Synthesis Update for No Man’s Sky, or if you prefer numbers, version 2.2, is set to bring a huge amount of changes to the game. Based on community feedback, the changes are what players have been asking for. Coming after several well-received updates that have changed the fan consensus of the game, the Synthesis Update for No Man’s Sky will introduce many improvements, both small and large. You can check out the full rundown here, but here are the highlights: Full Article

Outside Xbox charity single raises money for UK charity Mind

The Oxventurers Guild, a roleplaying group made up of people from both Outside Xbox and Outside Xtra, have banded together not to fight dragons or seduce goblins for the holidays, but instead have penned an ode to their trusty dungeon master, Johnny Chiodini from tabletop site Dicebreaker. Full Article

And that’s it for another week. For more content check out our blog, or head over to the Green Man Gaming Community Site to see what all our gamers are talking about.