Overwatch screenshot of Brigitte using her shield

[Update]: The latest update has now corrected this problem, as well as added a whole bunch of other changes and content

Out of all the heroes in Overwatch, both new and old, none have been as controversial as Brigitte. She not only ushered in the highly annoying triple tank and triple support meta, but her initial incarnation was so ridiculously powerful that she received nearly a dozen nerfs in a row without ever leaving the meta.

With that in mind, you might be interested to hear that apparently a part of her power is due to a rather devious little bug. Instead of simply giving Brigitte and her allies additional armor, it would appear that her ultimate Rally constantly gives more and more layers of armor, each of which stacks to further reduce the damage of incoming attacks. Once all fifteen armor layers are fully stacked, this bug can reduce incoming damage by 45% more than your standard armor, which would explain why Brigitte feels downright invincible during Rally!

Xbox Game Pass official artwork and small logo

After being teased a little while ago, the Xbox Game Pass has now finally made its way to PC as well. So if you're looking for something to play but don't feel like paying full price, you might want to give it a try as the current offer is pretty darn good!

During its introductory month the Xbox Game Pass will be only $1, while the following months will set you back $5. It does appear that the price will eventually increase to $10, so if you're even remotely curious, you might want to take advantage of this offer sooner rather than later.

World of Warcraft Island expedition screenshot of a crocodile attack

[Update]: Blizzard has clarified that the experience reduction will not kick in when queuing for random dungeons or battlegrounds. 

If you've taken even a single glance at World of Warcraft's trade chat, chances are you're well aware that the there are quite a few people offering level-boosting services. While their methods and characters may differ, usually this is done by taking a ridiculously geared level 110 character into a Battle for Azeroth dungeon or Island Expedition, and then using the somewhat broken scaling system to decimate the place within minutes, all the while providing heaps of experience for everyone in the party.

However, once the 8.2 update rolls around, this will no longer be possible. According to the recent PTR changes, anyone who chooses to put a pause to their experience gains will also reduce the experience received by everyone in their group by 95%!

Overwatch official artwork showing Baptiste and his former friend Mauga

[Update]: The Baptiste challenge skin is now available. All you need to do is win nine games in any game mode and the cool-looking Combat Medic Baptiste will be yours to keep!

After what feels like an eternity of waiting, Blizzard has now once again released some juicy Overwatch lore. Without going into too much detail, the "What you left behind" short story explores Baptiste's ties to Talon, the reason he left the organization, as well as teases what might just be a brand new tank hero!

You can find the full short story over at the official website, and if you're a fan of Overwatch lore, I would highly recommend you give it a read as it's actually a pretty fun one. Also, you might want to check out the skin teaser at the very bottom as that's what we're getting in the near future!

Apex Legends Pathfinder official artwork

Apex Legends has recently received a fairly sizable bug-fixing update, but there are still quite a few of the little buggers that need to be squashed. Thankfully, Respawn does appear to be on the case as they have just released an updated list of the bugs and gameplay problems they're currently working on.

The first and most important thing to mention is that they are now finally investigating Pathfinder's often problematic hitbox. Whether they're going to change the hitbox itself or tweak some of the behind-the-scene properties to make it behave less erratically, nobody currently knows, but I'm certainly looking forward to the day where bullets don't simply pass through Pathfinder's chest as if he's ghost!

The Division 2 official artwork without logo

While Anthem and Fallout 76 launched with a whole bunch of problems, Ubisoft's The Division 2 ended up avoiding pretty much all of their pitfalls. Not only was The Division 2 a noticeable improvement over its predecessor, but it released with a sizable amount of content and no truly massive issues that would ruin the experience.

So if you would like to give it a try and see what exactly The Division 2 has to offer, you'll be glad to hear that Ubisoft is currently running a free weekend. Simply head on over to the official website, pick from either the PC or console versions, and you'll be able to explore wherever you want until Monday.

World of Warcraft cinematic screenshot of Thrall

A few months ago Blizzard revealed that they are internally discussing the idea of a 'level squish' - to reduce the current 120 levels to something a bit more manageable and lot less intimidating to new players. While nothing has been officially announced just yet, it would appear that Blizzard has indeed opted to do introduce a level squish and that it will be arriving alongside the next expansion.

This information comes to us from the most recent survey that featured this rather interesting question: "Are you aware the maximum level of 120 will be reduced in the future (i.e., "level squish")? I'd say that's about as close to an official confirmation as we're going to get for a while!