Let’s take a look at our June hottest events review to see if you have missed any.
Twitch suspended Donald Trump temporarily: Contrary to the more broad statement the company recently made about sexual assault and harassment allegations against streamers on its platform and its investigations into them, Twitch has explicitly stated that the reason for Trump’s suspension is “hateful conduct.”
Call of Duty Warzone add 200 player mode: Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 4 has just arrived earlier this June after a short delay, but its latest update will blow your mind so hold on to your helmets, Call of Duty: Warzone just introduced a mega 200 player mode in the limited edition update.
Ghost of Tsushima trailer review: Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Sucker Punch Productions have released Ghost of Tsushima A Storm is coming trailer.
iPhone 12 charger will be sold separately: Historically trustworthy analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims in a research note that 2020 iPhone models not only won’t include the usually wired earbuds but won’t include the power adapter either — you may just get a charging cable.
Cyberpunk 2077 review 14 minutes gameplay: In the promotional campaign for the blockbuster Cyberpunk 2077, recently developer CD Projekt Red released 14 minutes of gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077.
Animal Crossing New Horizons adds new swimming mode: Earlier, Nintendo has just announced that a new free update for New Horizons will add Pascal and a long-requested new mobility feature: Swimming, along with a lot of new scenarios and furniture.
Olympus camera is out of business: Olympus has announced that it will sell its camera business to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP), the same company that purchased Sony’s VAIO PC division (via The Verge).
NASA named its headquarter after Mary W. Jackson: NASA named headquarters after Mary W Jackson who is the first African American female engineer to work at the space agency.
Nintendo Switch production has returned to normal: A new report for CareerConnection explains the reasons why many fans have been left disappointed after failing to secure a console in lottery sales in recent weeks.
New Apple feature will replace your car keys by your iPhone: On Monday, Apple released its statements at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, that a new feature is about to launch which will use the smartphone to unlock and start a car.
New Captain Tsubasa is coming in August: After decades of sleeping, the legendary Tsubasa has officially returned to a whole new look. From the old arcade machine to the old NES, Captain Tsubasa has transformed with the top graphics of PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch with the name Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions.
Steam Summer Sale 2020: Every summer, Steam always launches attractive promotional events to give the gaming community the opportunity to buy the cheapest game.
Elon Musk son‘s names: And the baby’s name has been a topic of interest to the online community ever since. Last month, Musk shared in the media that his son’s name was “X Æ A-12”, pronounced “X Ash A Twelve”. Grimes then wants to change it again to “X Æ A-Xii”.
Facebook will let users turn off political advertisements: Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook will let users turn off political advertisements after months that Facebook has endured criticism for its policy that allows politicians to run political ads containing false information on its services.
The Last of Us 2 finally released According to Metacritic, The Last of Us II has an average score of 96/100, so The Last of Us II is the best game in 2020 and 3rd in the list of the best PS4 games of all time (behind Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto V).
Estar fines jungler for not taking smite for one month’s salary: LPL team eStar Esports punished their player on jungler position, Yan “Wei” Yang-Wei, who forgot to take smite instead of that he used ignite in the first league of legends game against Bilibili Gaming, Estar fines jungler for not taking smite for one month’s salary, the organization announced today.
The PlayStation 5 has finally been unveiled: The PlayStation 5’s design went against anything people might’ve suspected it would look like. It doesn’t feature the same boxy design that past consoles have and instead sports a futuristic design, not unlike the one we saw for the DualSense controller itself.
Amazon banned police use of facial recognition technology for 12 months: After years of criticism from privacy activists, the company will stop law enforcement from using its Rekognition tool to give Congress time to develop regulations.
300,000 Nintendo accounts have been hacked in total: Previously, the company said that 160,000 Nintendo accounts have been hacked, but on June 9 they said 300,000 Nintendo accounts have been hacked.
Pokemon Supports Black Lives Matter and NAACP $200,000: Pokemon Supports Black Lives Matter $100,000 and an additional $100,000 to the NAACP. In their statement, the Pokemon Company noted that friendship, inclusivity, and equity are the values that anchor the Pokemon brand and that there was no place for oppression in the Pokemon community.