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PUBG Mobile Hosts a Crossover With Food Delivery Service Grubhub
The well-known battle royale game PUBG Mobile by LightSpeed & Quantum Studio has partnered with the online meal delivery service Grubhub. For as long as the partnership between the two companies lasts, gamers who purchase over $12 of food from Wendy’s will get free goodies in PUBG Mobile.
Simply use the code “PUBGMOBILE” when completing your order with Grubhub. This will let players that enter this code then receive a special in-game car wrap with the Grubhub logo. However, the special collaboration doesn’t stop there!
PUBG Mobile players will not only nab the unique car wrap but they will be able to participate in a special in-game event for a limited time. An event in which they take on the role of a Grubhub driver and take orders around the map clearing challenges. Clearing out these challenges will award you a Grubhub-branded parachute among other in-game goodies.
Vampire Survivors is Finally Coming to the iOS and Android
Vampire Survivors, the famed auto-battling roguelike with a ton of collectibles, characters, and other content has at long last been launched for iOS and Android. That’s right, Vampire Survivors is finally entirely accessible to play right out of your pocket!
No content was cut out of the original to make the game more accessible or to make it run better. You get the whole cake. Vampire Survivors is arguably the largest mobile release of the year when you look at how many fans eagerly waited for a rerelease that brought the game to some kind of mobile device.
The wait is over, and you can now make hours go by in what feels like seconds when waiting for a bus or in line. Hopefully, both the PC and mobile versions get ever more content going into the future, and the hype train for this amazing game never stops.
Pokemon Go Adds Miniature XXS and Super Large XXL Sizes For a Few Pokemon Types
Pokemon Go’s balance of power has tilted, but not due to any significant events; instead, new sizes have been added. New XXS and XXL sizes for several Pokemon have recently been released by Niantic, and the Pokedex has been updated to reflect these changes.
Three brand-new Pokemon sizes will be accessible starting today: the XXS and XXL variants. Poochyena, Mightyena, and Mawile will possess these new metrics, their Shiny variations being no exception of course. These Pokemon will have new animations and models that reflect their size when trainers run into them while exploring.
The XXL Pokemon will be visibly larger than normal Pokémon, while XXS Pokémon are noticeably smaller, if you pick one of these as your buddy, naturally the new sizes will be translated to your profile. The Pokedex now detects the size. When three of the same Pokemon are captured, the specimens are categorized as being the smallest, lightest, and heaviest.
On top of more “collectibles” in form of additional PokeDex data, players now have an additional option for customizing their favorite Pokemon before showing them off. Well, at least for a handful of the creatures for now, but surely this change will make it over to the rest of the content of the game.
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