Mulaka, Overwatch and Sea of Thieves in our Highlight News Today!


Here our gaming news highlight for today, it covers Mulaka, a game based on the Tarahumara culture, Overwatch free Weekend, and Specification of Sea of Thieves!

Mulaka, a Game Based on the Tarahumara Culture Will Be Launched This Month


Mulaka, a 3D game that takes the natural setting of northern Mexico, will take you to the original culture of Tarahumara. Developed by Lienzo, game developer from Mexico, the game debuted for PC and PlayStation 4 on February 27th and on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One on March 1st and March 2nd.

Renowned for their impressive running abilities, embark on the journey of a Sukurúame, a Tarahumara shaman, as you fight back the foulness corrupting the land, while drawing upon the powers of demigods

Overwatch Free Weekend, Fill Your Weekend with Free Overwatch!

If you are interested in playing Overwatch but can’t do so because you have to pay for it, then please welcome the Overwatch Free Weekend! This weekend you can play Overwatch for free from February 16 to February 19 on your PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

There is no difference compared to the paid version, you can enjoy all the 26 Heroes and 17 Map with various modes including Quick Play, Custom Games, and Arcade. You can also get Loot Boxes and raise your level. Users from all different regions can enjoy the Overwatch Free Weekend except PC users in Korea, so if you live in Korea you have to be patient because you can’t get this free access.

Sea of Thieves Will Be Free of Loot Crates


Mike Chapman told PC Gamers that there would be no microtransaction at all at the start of the game launch. He also assured that there will be no loot crates in the Sea of Thieves.

Based on us continuing to build this game, we’ll probably consider some form of microtransaction. What we will say is there will never be loot crates in Sea of Thieves

Regarding of cosmetic microtransactions, as long as it is still related to the game, then it will be considered. Chapman declared that the Sea of Thieves would be clean of gambling and all form of pay-to-win and whatever it was.

It’s not fully free of microtransaction, but they try to give less disadvantage and they are really-really considering the microtransaction in this game. Sea of Thieves will be released on March 20, 2018 for Xbox One and PC.

Sea of Thieves Specification Revealed

If you want to play this game, of course you need to meet the specifications required. Rare provides the following infographic, which also caters to those among us travelling first class in 4K. You will need:

(1080p @60 fps)

OS: Windows 10

CPU: Intel i5 4690 @3.5ghz or AMD FX-8150


DirectX: 11


GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 or AMD Radeon R9 380x

Modern GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD RX 470

HDD: 60GB 7.2k RPM

Graphics settings: Medium (“Rare” in-game)

(720p @30fps)

OS: Windows 10

CPU: Intel Q9450 @2.6ghz or AMD Phenom II


DirectX: 11


GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 or AMD Radeon 7750

Modern GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1030 or AMD R7 450

HDD: 60GB 5.4k RPM

Graphics settings: Low (“Common” in-game)

(540p @30fps)

OS: Windows 10

CPU: Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 or Intel Iris 540


DirectX: 11


GPU: Integrated

Modern GPU: Integrated

HDD: 60GB 5.4k RPM

Graphics settings: Minimum (“Cursed” in-game)