Great success Pokemon Go continues to spread the game was released in more countries, but Niantic Labs innovative mobile experience can emphasize from Adam Reeve from a new tumblr massive security problem affected. Released earlier today Adam Reeve shared his concern by Google permission granted when players use their Google account to log on to the Pokemon Go. Although this option is available for iOS and Android users, this problem seems to be focused on iOS.
Create an account with Google Pokemon Go visit Niantic labs for developers to provide “full access” to all connections to the Google functions. This includes e-mail account in Gmail, Google Drive documents and the like. Adam Reeve highlighted the following issues:
Read all email
Access all Google Drive files (including deleting them)
Send e-mail, you
Look at your history and your map navigation history
Access You can store any personal photos in Google Photos
As an alternative to this option to create a Pokemon Trainer account a bigger problem is no longer available – did not start working. It is different developers are correcting this problem, but no official announcement has not been cooperative Twitter message display.
It’s an undeniable fact that ArcheAge took a little while to arrive here on western shores, which means that the game’s big updates are all things that have already been released in its native Korea. But according to the latest producer’s letter, the gap is closing; the development team is planning to have the large-scale 2.0 update rolled out by the end of the summer, and the gap between the versions is expected to be almost nonexistent by the end of the year.
The producer’s letter also covers the game’s plan for server merges, including the planned opening of a new server for each “evolved” group that can only have new characters created upon it. This isn’t the final word on the procedure, just the current plan based upon internal development discussions. It’s a lengthy read, but all ArcheAge players should examine the letter closely to see where the game is and where it’s heading in the immediate future.
In other ArcheAge news, the North American client is finally getting submarines.
Summer’s off to a spectacular start for the inhabitants of Gilenor as today Jagex, developers of the award-winning free-to-play browser MMO RuneScape, announced a bevy of upcoming events, a limited time membership deal and some brand new quests.
Those fond of donning the fabled weapons of Gilenor will be delighted to hear of a new challenge of intergalactic proportions as the dreaded planet eater, Tuska, has invaded the lands. Officially the largest beast to ever grace the RuneScape world the Tuska is a deadly beast that attained godhood after inadvertently killing a deity, no easy feat. Tuska now rampages across space and time, ripping apart and consuming every planet in her path.
Those brave enough to face the challenges that Tuska provides will be rewarded well as a new World Eater armor set fills one of the many chests containing the unknown treasures should Tuska see defeat on the field of battle. Additionally players can also obtain a new ability, Tuska’s Wrath, cosmetic God Spear weapons, a brand new emote and a unique teleport animation unlock.
“The summer may be a time for some to jet off to sunnier climes, but there is no vacation for the denizens of RuneScape. Tuska is a clear and present danger to the future of Gielinor, which is why we’re asking players to put godly differences aside and unite against a common threat – the planet eater mustn’t win, at any cost. Beyond the threat from space, players will also experience Raids in RuneScape for the very first time, take part in the latest Grandmaster quest and, among the many other tasks and distractions, complete a heroic Fremennik quest. Plus, if you’re missing a day on the coast or the swimming pool to play, you can also take your hero to Lumbridge Crater, which has been turned into a beach for the summer!
An eagle-eyed user over at spotted some exciting details recently that shed light on the official development path of the highly anticipated MMORPG, Black Desert, revealing the planned Korean release date for the first time.
The official release for Black Desert in the East is set for July 14th and will launch alongside the increasingly popular Megaserver technology currently used by popular MMORPG games such as The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Additionally the Korean launch will also welcome a huge feature update with the first expansion release, titled Valencia. The expansion promises to entice players with an exciting array of new opportunities including brand new castles, several new open world bosses and other content aimed at 60 plus players.
Players will be happy to hear that all Open Beta progress will carry through to the new Megaservers with the July 14th release, however those that exceed the character slot limit will only see their highest level character transferred initially.