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SiN reissue announced

Nightdive Studios has announced a re-release of the original SiN and its add-on Wages of Sin — SiN: Reloaded. The title page appeared on Steam. It is expected to be released in 2021.

According to the announcement, the developers have improved the resolution, texture quality, and in-game lighting. In addition to DLC, users will have access to multiplayer. You can view new screenshots on the SiN Reloaded page.

The original SiN was released in 1998 — the opinions of journalists about the game differed. Some publications gave the shooter high scores, and others-average, noting the weak technical refinement of SiN. On Metacritic, users left 15 reviews with an average score of 8.1 out of 10.

Team Secret became the champion of the OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division

Team Secret defeated OG in the final of OMEGA League Dota 2: Europe Immortal Division and became the tournament champion. The match ended with a score of 3: 0. the team of Clement Puppey Ivanov earned $200 thousand for the first place, and the second finalist received $125 thousand.

On the way to the final meeting, Secret beat Evil Geniuses and OG, and Johan n0tail Sundstein’s team defeated Nigma twice — in the winners ‘ semifinals and in the lower bracket final, respectively. You can see the results and distribution of prizes in our report.

OMEGA League Dota 2: Europe Immortal Division was held from August 14 to September 6 online. Teams raffled off a prize pool of $500,000. Earlier, Epic Esports Events presented the second season of OMEGA League Dota 2, which will be held from October 28 to December 13, 2020 online.

ODPixel recorded a rap about Techies

English-language commentator Owen ODPixel Davies along with Brian BananaSlamJamma Kanavan recorded a track dedicated to the hero Techies from Dota 2. the Clip was posted on Twitter Studio WePlay!

Previously, their music video was published by commentators and players of League of Legends. It was timed to coincide with the start of the LEC Summer 2020 playoffs. Talents staged a rap battle, and most of the punches were dedicated to the participants of the championship.

ODPixel is known in the Dota 2 community as Rap God. This nickname was given to him after an emotional commentary on tournament matches, when he did not stop his speech in one of the meetings for almost three minutes.