Fight-it is an online gaming platform which aims to motivate and challenge users to become better gamers by taking them through over 500+ different fascinating, exciting, and action-packed challenges.
Solve our different challenges and earn Points. Create a group and let them earn from your challenges too. Your duels and challenges is controlled personal. Trade your earned points in our shop for awesome prices. Our challenges are designed to fill gamers of the world with joy and wonder through challenging entertainment. You can accumulate points by solving these challenges.
Once a group is created, every member immediately receives an extra 10% points which will be included in the group bank, which is awesome for clans where users are able to farm/grind out points for their clans! The leader of the group is allowed to trade these points in the shop for special group rewards. Choose your group wisely, as you can only belong to one group! Read more about Fight-It Play Games and win real prizes!.
Other games news: While VR is still a new medium, its rules yet to be solidified, there’s an awful lot of received wisdom in developer talks and on design forums that boils down to this: keep it small. Overscoping is a common pitfall even in regular PC game development, and it becomes a far more pertinent issue in VR, where performance is paramount.
With that headset on, a low frame rate isn’t just an annoyance – it’s a cause of severe nausea, effectively damning any game under 90fps to the unplayable pile. That’s one of the reasons so many VR games are confined to single rooms or tight arenas. Stuffing your world with enemies and particle effects is asking for trouble, and that’s exactly what HELM Systems, developer of The SoulKeeper VR, has been asking for.
Now here is something cool. Monster Hunter: World’s Witcher 3 crossover event is live (on consoles, it will be coming to the PC later this year), allowing players to assume the role of Geralt of Rivia and slay some monsters. And if that wasn’t enough, a new mod has surfaced, allowing players to assume the role of Triss Merigold from The Witcher series in order to kill more monsters.
Now as you may have guessed, this is a 3D model replacement mod and nothing more. Contrary to the NieR Automata or the Final Fantasy XV Aranea mod, this mod appears to be closer to the Metroid Prime Samus mod.
Unfortunately, modder ‘crimsonfaust’ has not shared any additional details about this mod or whether there are plans to bring some of Merigold’s magic abilities to Capcom’s monster hunting title.
It’s a good time to be a fan of competitive gaming. This week is going to be absolutely packed with things to watch, with a range of competitions spread out across some of the hottest games in the world. In fact, it’s likely one of the busiest e-sports weeks of the year, despite the fact that we’re still only in February. The major events include the debut of the Overwatch League’s second season, a secretive Fortnite tournament that could provide a glimpse at the game’s upcoming World Cup, and the very first Apex Legends competition.