Back in 2018, Blizzard launched their first game for the Nintendo Switch in the form of Diablo 3. This has opened up the door to the future possibility that more Blizzard games could arrive for the Switch. There have been talks in the past about Overwatch possibly coming to the Switch, where Blizzard acknowledged that it would be feasible.
The good news is that it looks like we could be getting closer to that becoming a reality. This is because according to reports, an officially-licensed Overwatch case was spotted on Amazon, where it based on the listing, it says that it is officially licensed by Nintendo and Blizzard Entertainment.
With Sony confirming that they will be at MWC 2018 and with Irish carrier Three also accidentally confirming that there will be a Sony Xperia XZ2, we guess the only thing left is to learn more about the phone's hardware specs and features. Now thanks to a recent benchmark sighting, very little has been left to the imagination.
According to the benchmarks, the Sony Xperia XZ2 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and will be accompanied by as much as 4GB of RAM. It also appears to pack an 18:9 display ratio with a 2160×1080 resolution, which seems to have potentially dispelled the rumors of a 4K display. It also looks like it will run on Android 8.0 Oreo.
Back at E3 2016, Sony took the wraps off the latest God of War title that they were working on. The game has yet to be officially released, but it seems that we could be getting closer because according to a post on the Reset Era forums, GameStop has recently listed (it has since been taken down) a God of War Stone Mason Edition.
Basically this is a special copy of the game that will be bundled with various goodies in addition to the game, and we guess you could call it a Collector's Edition. This will feature the game in question, a 9-inch statue of Kratos and Atreus by Gentle Giant, a limited Steelbook case, 2-inch Huldra Brothers carvings, an exclusive lithograph, a cloth map, Stone Mason's Ring, Mimir's Head Talking Keychain, and 2-inch Horse and Troll carvings.
Based on past Nikon releases for their professional DSLRs, we've seen the company release the Nikon D3, followed by the D3s, the D4, which was then followed by the D4s, and early last year we saw the company launch the D5. This means that assuming Nikon refreshes their professional lineup every 2 years or so, can we expect the Nikon D5s in 2018?
So far there hasn't really been much rumors regarding the D5s, but recently a hashtag spotted on Instagram for the "#nikond5s" has fueled speculation that the camera is currently being tested in the field. The hashtag was spotted on the photos of Nikon Ambassador Ami Vitale which were shared on Instagram.
A Lexus ES prototype with new camouflage was spotted in California by Fast Lane Car, and the aggressive pattern could signal the next-generation sedan is in the final stages of testing.
Previous prototypes of the ES & ES F SPORT were spotted in August, and the photos were much more detailed — as a reminder: