Epic Games released Fortnite Battle Royale beta version just hours ago on iOS through an invite only, but that didn’t stop the title from climbing to the top position. The mobile version of the hit game is already at the top of the Free Apps chart for games on the App Store. The fact that an invite is required to play the beta version of the game makes this achievement a rare event in the history of mobile games. It is not known if any other invite-only game has achieved such status in the past.
Microsoft has announced that E3 2018 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) will be their “biggest showing ever.” The company has been a major part of E3 since 2000 (the debut of Xbox). However, with E3’s evolution, opening it up for fans as well as extended show hours, Microsoft aims to get more involved to reach a wider audience. Last year’s E3 was the first to be open to the public, wherein anyone who bought a ticket could head into the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Logitech has announced gaming speakers today, primarily designed for the gaming PCs. What’s special about Logitech’s new speakers – G560 – is that they come with light effects, something that the gaming speakers were missing out on. Logitech G560 (from Logitech’s G brand) includes two light-up speakers and a subwoofer. This is the first speaker from the company to come with LIGHTSYNC, enabling lights and sounds to offer a more immersive experience when it comes to gaming, movies, and music.
@SushmaSwaraj Mam, My mother visited PSK in Asansol & she was returned because she didn't have any Xth passing docs. We did submit the alternate ITR documents required for Non-ECR, but the agent was adamant for Xth docs; she passed Xth ~35 years back and have no docs. Pls check.
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