Author: pcinvasion

Founded in 2015, PC Invasion celebrates the personal computer as one of the most widely used, cutting edge, and versatile gaming platforms in the world. We’re dedicated to the inclusiveness of PC gaming, which includes technology enthusiasts, more casual players, and esports fans.

Released back in 2020, BPM: Bullets Per Minute offered quite the novel take on the first-person shooter genre. In a somewhat similar vein to Crypt of the Necrodancer, it challenged players to time their shots, reloads, and other actions to the beat of the background music. Incorporating rhythm mechanics into any genre almost always makes for a cool concept. BPM: Bullets Per Minute appears to execute that concept rather well judging by the “very positive” Steam reviews. Having said that, fans generally agreed that having a custom music option would make BPM: Bullets Per Minute even better. Fortunately, in a recent update, developer Awe Interactive…

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Over the course of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 beta, players got a taste of  the upcoming entry to the franchise. A few multiplayer maps were on offer to try out, as well as a variety of game modes and a new gunsmith. Now that the beta has ended, Infinity Ward has provided another community update. The post outlines some of  the changes that Infinity Ward plans to make to Modern Warfare 2 ahead of its launch. During the beta, players reported issues with hearing footsteps. Although some adjustments came during the second weekend of the beta, the…

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Golden Slumber is a fairly lengthy quest chain in Genshin Impact. It will take you to the depths of Sumeru Desert, discovering ancient ruins and intricate contraptions as you go along. Here’s our Genshin Impact Golden Slumber Lost in the Sands guide to help you with the Abdju Pit ruins puzzles and the Scarlet Sand Slate item. Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub. You can also take a look at our main guide for the Golden Slumber quest chain.   Genshin Impact Golden Slumber quest guide – Lost in the…

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The Royal Infant is the second boss that you’ll encounter in Moonscars‘ campaign. This little thing can be very annoying and hard to hit since it’s flying around. You’ll also need to watch out for projectiles that come zooming your way. Here’s our Moonscars Royal Infant boss guide to help you defeat this opponent. Note: We’ll have a Moonscars guides and features hub soon, so stay tuned.   Moonscars Royal Infant boss guide The Royal Infant boss in Moonscars is found in the High Castle zone. Basically, you’ll discover a fast travel point in the Collapsed Chambers. You’ll then roam…

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Sweet Wanda is the third boss that you’ll come across in Moonscars‘ campaign. It appears that she’s an old friend of your character, Grey Irma, but an incident has led to her corruption. Here’s our Moonscars Sweet Wanda boss guide to help you defeat this opponent. Note: We’ll have a Moonscars guides and features hub soon, so stay tuned.   Moonscars Sweet Wanda boss guide Sweet Wanda can be found in Moonscars‘ Depths zone. There’s a fast travel point there called the Lesser Mills, which will eventually lead you to further west. I suggest exploring a bit until you can…

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Blizzard dropped a developer blog today detailing some of the changes coming to Overwatch 2. While there’s a lot of good stuff in there, it’s the developer’s new first-time user experience scheme that is concerning. Dubbed FTUE (First Time User Experience), it effectively makes new Overwatch 2 players to unlock all 32 original heroes from scratch. In the blog post Blizzard explains its reasoning for implementing this system. It has received “consistent feedback,” from new players that Overwatch 2 can feel overwhelming with all that’s included. This is due to a variety of factors, but a large contributor is the…

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When it comes to gaming headsets, nothing can really beat a solid pair of headphones with a good microphone. That hasn’t stopped some companies from trying to shake things up though. It’s common to see wireless gaming earbuds on offer now, which can be hit-or-miss depending on who you ask. The EPOS GTW 270 Hybrid is an attempt at earbuds that perfectly suit any gaming scenario, and that’s what we have in for review today. For starters, let’s talk about EPOS and its history with sound. You may have heard about EPOS in the past for its more conventional gaming…

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The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 early access beta kicked off for PC players last week. Over the course of the beta, players have tried out some of the multiplayer maps on offer and various game modes, played around with the new gunsmith, and more. Some features such as Dead Silence have even returned from recent Call of Duty titles. Dead Silence is a Field Upgrade in Modern Warfare 2, but players were quick to notice that it has some issues compared to previous iterations. Using Dead Silence now isn’t as stealthy as before, thanks to a nerf. This…

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When creating content of any kind, having a quality microphone is as important as anything outside of the topic of the video. While many choose larger mounted mics, some just don’t have the space or need for something like that. That’s where something like the Hollyland Lark M1 wireless lavalier microphone comes in, which we have in for review today. Retailing for $149.99 USD, the Hollyland Lark M1 is an entry level mic setup that aims to make recording easy and convenient without sacrificing quality.   Within the box, you get two mics, a charging case, and a receiver. You…

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There’s some good news for those who were around for the heyday of Halo 3 multiplayer. One of the most popular maps in Halo‘s history is making its comeback. The Pit is returning in Halo Infinite, but not in a way that you might expect. The map is being remade using the game’s Forge mode, which will allow players to create their own maps and game modes. As such, the map looks a bit different from how you may remember it. The trailer showing off The Pit for Halo Infinite is mostly a highlight reel of classic matches from Halo…

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