Borderlands 3 will welcome back PlayStation cross-players in the “spring”

Borderlands 3 will once again offer cross-play support for PlayStation players “later this spring”.

It comes almost a year after Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford stated that PlayStation cross-platform support would be cut from an upcoming Borderlands 3 patch without explaining why. The decision was then reversed last month, again without explanation.

Confirmation came by way of the official Borderlands Twitter page, which finally gave us a window – if not yet an exact date – as to when PlayStation players will be able to hook up with their pals on other platforms: spring 2022.

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Apple says apps that haven’t been updated in two years will be “removed from sale”

Apple has notified developers that apps and games that have gone two full years without an update may be at risk of being removed from the App Store.

The change comes as part of Apple’s App Store improvement scheme which aims to make the online shop easier to use and ensure customers “find great apps that fit their needs” that are compatible with newer iOS devices.

In an email to Protopop Games, Apple reportedly said: “This app has not been updated in a significant amount of time and is scheduled to be removed from sale in 30 days. No action is required for the app to remain available to users who have already downloaded the app.

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Kingdom Hearts is beatable with a Dance Dance Revolution pad, as proven by a Twitch streamer

Turns out that the first Kingdom Hearts can be beaten in its entirety using a Dance Dance Revolution 2 pad, as proven by a Twitch streamer.

While we’re all waiting on the next two installments of Kingdom Hearts, certain players have taken the liberty of proving that there’s more than one way to beat the games (via PCGamesN). Twitch streamer MomoPkmn95, inspired by players beating games in silly ways, decided to try out something similar, and landed on beating the original Kingdom Hearts with a DDR2 dance pad.

“I became curious about using a dance pad as a PS2 controller,” MomoPkmn95 explained to PCGamesN. “The idea worked, however, it was very limiting.” The streamer had to put some effort into getting the “right PC setup,” but once they had what they needed, they decided to make it happen. And in the end, MomoPkmn95 even managed to beat all of the superbosses in the game.

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It’s official – Baldur’s Gate 3 definitely won’t get a full release until 2023

Baldur’s Gate 3 definitely won’t release this year.

That’s according to a new developer update from Larian Studios, which has now definitively confirmed that the highly-anticipated game won’t leave early access until 2023, affirming what Swen Vincke, founder of Larian and creative director of BG3, intimated to Eurogamer earlier this year.

You can watch the cheeky presentation right here:

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Fortnite now has real Wu-Tang Clan clothing you can buy in-game

Iconic hip-hop group the Wu-Tang Clan is now featured in Fortnite via a number of items based on their Wu Wear Fashion line.

Available since yesterday (April 23), a number of items based on the Wu Wear fashion line are available in the item shop. Rather than other collaborations where skins of characters or people are available, this is specifically clothes that people can actually buy in the real world, if they want.

There are two outfits to choose from, the Throwback BG Outfit, which comes with a Wu Wear Worldwide Back Bling, and the B.R.I.T.E. Outfit, which comes with the Wu-Tang Represent Back Bling. According to a post from Epic Games, both outfits have a no cap style you can switch to, if you like a breezy head.

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