<p>As The Elder Scrolls: Legends prepares to launch on Switch and other consoles, Bethesda is seriously weighing its crossplay options, however Sony could throw a wrench in those plans if it refuses to cooperate."...For Legends it's absolutely critical," Pete Hines, senior vice president of marketing and communication for Bethesda, told EuroGamer, "both cross-play, which is how Legends works right now on every device – you're playing against somebody who could be on any device – and, more importantly, cross-platform progression, which means no matter what you do on any platform, you load up the game and so long as you're logged in, here is all your progression, here is everything you had, everything you were doing."Legionlands(no watching ads to get Rewards)'O, that infected moisture of his eye,
Saw how deceits were gilded in his smiling;<p>Ninty's been pretty solid with its ARMS updates since the game's release earlier this year and soon we'll be getting something fans have been crying out for: control customisation.<p>Big news, fighting fans! #ARMS Ver. 3 will allow you to remap the controls to the buttons of your choice! How's that for flexibility? pic.twitter.com/AE8DmijTzO— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) September 8, 2017 Of course, I don't mean you can crack off the Joy-Con covers and replace them with whatever you want, I mean in-game. Judging from a post on Nintendo's Twitter earlier today you'll be able to switch up your buttons to suit your personal play style.</p><p>This stretches right across all controller options, including Pro Controller and docked Joy-Cons. Though there's no date released just yet, it's likely both Version 3 and the addition of Lola Pop will be coming within the next month.</p>'So many have, that never touched his hand,
"The race that knows Joseph?" puzzled Anne.<p>This year's instalment of 2K's basketball series, NBA 2K20, has arrived on both iOS and Android devices. It's available for £5.99 and has made a few changes to last years version but is mostly returning modes with a few tweaks.</p><p>The headline new feature is the addition of Run the Streets Mode. This will allow you to take your MyPLAYER around the world in 3v3 streetball games. You'll be competing against other players in a bid to top the leaderboards.</p><p>To run alongside the MyPlayer feature, NBA Stories will also return. Once again this will let you begin your character's career during college and follow it all the way to – hopefully – the big leagues.</p><p>The multiplayer has apparently been tweaked so that you'll be able to find opponents quicker. You can play against your friends through LAN or simply use Game Center or Google Play Games, depending on which version of the game you get.</p><p>If a more hands-off approach appeals to you then you can play The Association. This lets you play the game as though you're the GM. So you can spend your time scouting rookies, dealing with budgets and other administrative jobs.</p><p>Finally, another returning mode will be NBA Stories. This will let players experience the history of some of the NBA's biggest stars. In total there will be 5 to play through. This is a cool feature I wish they'd put in other sports games as I enjoy learning about past greats that might be from before my time.</p><p>NBA 2K Mobile Basketball was also updated today. So there are quite a few basketball options available on mobile right now. So before spending money on NBA 2K20 it might be worth checking out Mobile Basketball first as it's free-to-play.</p><p>But if you'd prefer to play the newest version of 2K's mainline mobile series then NBA 2K20 is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium game that costs £5.99. However, there are also in-app purchases too.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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