Assassin’s Creed Origins: Desert Oath Available Now

Assassin’s Creed Origins is still a few weeks from its October 27 release, but fans eager to delve into Bayek’s story can start by exploring his past in Assassin’s Creed Origins – Desert Oath, a prequel by veteran Assassin’s Creed novelist Oliver Bowden. Set in 70 BCE, years before the events of the game, the novel follows a teenage Bayek as he leaves his village of Siwa in search of his missing father, who left the village abruptly and without explanation.

As Bayek travels along the Nile and discovers the larger world outside Siwa, his quest for answers leads him to another mystery: Someone is methodically hunting and killing off the Medjay. With Egypt in turmoil and his order’s ranks growing thin, Bayek will need to rely on his friends – including his future wife, Aya – to survive long enough to unravel the conspiracy.

Published by Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Origins – Desert Oath is now available in paperback and digital formats. Assassin’s Creed Origins will be available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on October 27; for more, check out our previous Assassin’s Creed coverage.

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Announcing Hello Neighbor Modding Competition – HelloMods! With $5k in cash prizes

You’ve clamored for it, you’ve drowned our Twitter DMs about it, and stalked us all the way to our real-life homes for it. No, really – imagine going out of your house to work, and 4 kids are standing there holding hands singing a Hello Neighbor song. This happened.

It’s finally here! We’re announcing the Hello Neighbor Modding Competition We’ve partnered up with ModDB to giveaway cash prizes and games for the best mods created based on the newly released Hello Neighbor Mod Kit. 
$5k in cash prizesFully moddable version of Beta 3 of Hello NeighborAvailable via he Unreal Engine Installer
Looking for help getting started? Check out Mod DB’s Hello Neighbor tutorials page for resources, and the main page – for details on the competition.Quick-links: – main competition site – Official Website for Hello Neighbor

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Any coverage regarding the modding event is greatly appreciated. I personally can’t wait until someone makes a sewer level with a clown chasing the player. The way the Mod Kit is setup allows modders to create whole new levels, puzzles, and use the self-learning AI.  To give a simple example, I made a level that has a lot of doors. Built like a labyrinth puzzle. I made he Neighbor spawn in the map via a trigger set to one of he doors. Since he AI is programmed to notice and investigatte map changes, he quickly picked up my trail and followed my footsteps. From that point onwards the level plays like an anxiety inducing chase.  Note that as of today, mods can be played via the Unreal Editor. Some time next week we will release an updated Beta 3 build that allows mods to be played in the standalone game.  Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

PS. Hello Neighbor Funko Pop! collectibles coming to a store near you
Hot on the heels of the fresh new merch we previewed at PAX West, we’re excited to unveil Hello Neighbor Funko Pop! Vinyls. With SEVEN different Pop!s to collect, you’ll be breaking into your friendly retail stores including GameStop, Walmart, FYE, Barnes & Noble, and Toys R Us for those sweet, sweet exclusives to each store. Expect to see them in December on store shelves.Click here to see all seven Pop!s.

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A brand new episode of Summoner Showcase!
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Take It to the Track: Autonomous Vehicle Demos Roll Through GTC Europe

Against a backdrop of Bavaria’s fall foliage, autonomous vehicles are driving on the test track at GTC Europe in Munich.

Deutsche Post DHL is demonstrating its “last mile” autonomous delivery. On Tuesday, NVIDIA announced that DPDHL, the world’s largest mail and logistics company, and ZF, one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers, have partnered to deploy a test fleet of autonomous delivery trucks, starting in 2018.

DPDHL will outfit electric light trucks with the ZF ProAI self-driving system, based on NVIDIA DRIVE PX technology, for automating package transportation and delivery. The autonomous capabilities will include the last mile of deliveries — taking packages from a central point to their final destinations. It’s the most complex and costliest aspect of courier and e-commerce deliveries.

To demonstrate this capability, DPDHL brought two StreetScooter electric delivery vehicles to GTC Europe. They’re equipped with multiple sensors, including cameras, lidars and radars. On the GTC test track, attendees experience how the vehicles use AI to understand the environment, plan a safe path forward and proceed along a selected route.

Nearby, Virtual Vehicle’s Automated Drive Demonstrator takes visitors on autonomous rides. This summer, Virtual Vehicle — an R&D center working on vehicles of the future — became the first organization to test an autonomous car on public roads in Austria.

Their research platform uses DRIVE PX to recognize safe driving space, and detect objects and lane markings. The goal of this self-driving project is to create an open platform for partners, who can add their own sensors and driving algorithms to customize an autonomous vehicle’s capabilities.

Representing racing enthusiasts, three Formula Student Teams joined the demonstrations. KA RaceIng, Greenteam Stuttgart and Schanzer Racing each brought their small, formula-style autonomous cars to the event. The teams designed and built their DRIVE PX-powered autonomous cars as part of the international Formula Student competitions. Visitors watched as the KA RaceIng car navigated the track without a driver.

The vehicles displayed around the conference, and those demonstrating autonomous driving capabilities on the track, give GTC Europe visitors a first look at the self-driving technology of tomorrow.

Click here for more information about upcoming GTC conferences, and follow NVIDIA DRIVE on Twitter and LinkedIn for the latest news about our autonomous driving platform.

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Mech-toberfest Tournament Supporter Pack Owners rewards

Greetings MechWarriors,
We have just injected a redeem for the Tournament Supporter Pack owners for the Mech-tober Fest Daily Challenges.
Any owner who achieved 3 of the 6 daily objectives throughout…

For Honor – New Content of the Week (October 12)

Hello Warriors!

This week, get ready for our new Elite Outfits: Fire Signs, Vivid Dream, and Aquarium.

In addition to the new elite outfits, Realistic Elimination is now active in the Events playlist. In Realistic Elimination, gear stats are turned off, players have no guard stance indicator, boosts aren’t available, and players can only be revived once.