Getting Started – Main Menu

The Main Menu naturally will be the main hub where all functionality derives from.

As of Directive v1.9.7. The Main Menu Is as Follows:

  1.  Play – Navigate to Various Game Modes
  2. Training – Play Against AI
  3. Exit – Close Directive
  4. Tutorials – Navigate to Tutorials
  5. Settings – Customize your Player and Tweek your Control Settings
  6. Logout – Logout of Directive
  7. Quick Play Record – Your Overall Record in Quick Play Game Mode
  8. Tournament Record – Notates the number of trophies won in tournaments as well as how many tournaments you have been in.
  9. Username – Your Username at Login

This is a very quick look at the main navigation in Directive. 

Pokemon Go July 2019 Community Day: Start Times, Shiny Mudkip, Bonuses, And More

This month has certainly been a busy one for Pokemon Go. Armored Mewtwo recently made its debut in Raid Battles, and a special One Piece crossover event is set to kick off next week. Before that, however, Niantic is hosting another Community Day. This month’s event takes place this Sunday, July 21, giving players around the world another chance to capture some rare Pokemon and take advantage of extra in-game bonuses.

Most Pokemon Go Community Days typically only run for three hours, but the specifics of each event–such as what time it begins and what its featured Pokemon will be–tend to vary month by month. To help you prepare for this month’s event, we’ve rounded up all of the most important details about July’s Pokemon Go Community Day below, from its start times to the special event move this month’s featured Pokemon will be able to learn.

What Is July’s Featured Pokemon?

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Ahead of each Community Day, Niantic designates one featured Pokemon, which will spawn much more frequently than normal during the event hours. This month, the featured Pokemon will be Mudkip, the Water-type starter from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. Throughout July’s Community Day, Mudkip will appear in the wild more often than usual, making this a good opportunity to stock up on Mudkip Candy. On top of that, you’ll have your first chance to come across a Shiny Mudkip during the event.

What Is July’s Community Day Move?

In addition to spawning more frequently than normal, each featured Pokemon is also capable of learning a special event-exclusive move during its Community Day. To obtain this move, however, you’ll need to evolve the Pokemon into its final form by the end of the event. That holds true for this month. Any Mudkip you evolve all the way into Swampert will learn the powerful Water attack Hydro Cannon, even if you originally captured it before the Community Day began. However, the Pokemon will only learn the move if you can evolve it up to an hour after July’s Community Day ends, giving you a fairly brief window of time to obtain it.

What Time Does July’s Community Day Start?

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During the first year of their run, each Community Day would take place during a specific window of time, which would vary depending upon what region you lived in. Beginning this past March, however, Niantic changed the Community Day schedule so that the event runs from 3-6 PM local time, no matter where you live. To make the event a bit more enjoyable during the grueling summer months, Niantic has pushed July’s event times back slightly to 4-7 PM local time, when the weather is a little cooler. Niantic says the schedule will return to normal once summer is over.

What Other Bonuses Are There?

On top of increased Pokemon spawns, Niantic offers a few other bonuses during each Community Day as an extra incentive to participate in the event. This month, you’ll earn triple the normal amount of XP for capturing Pokemon during the Community Day. Additionally, any Lure Modules you use will last three hours, rather than their usual 30 minutes.

Id Software Studio Director Tim Willits Leaving Company

After 24 years at id Software, studio director Tim Willits is leaving the company.

Willits says that all of id’s games currently in development will be unaffected by his departure and that he’ll announce what he’s doing next after QuakeCon at the end of the month.

Willits started working as a level designer at id for Strife and multiple Quake games before becoming the lead designer on Doom 3 and then the studio director from 2011’s Rage and onward.

For more from Willits, be sure to take a look at the time we asked him 122 questions about Rage 2.

[Source: Tim Willits]

Ghost Recon Wildlands Gets A Hybrid Battle Royale Mode As Its Final Update

While Ubisoft has already announced the newest Ghost Recon game scheduled to come out later this year, they’re still not done adding new things for 2017’s Wildlands. Well, now they’re done, as this is final update, but it’s still surprisingly close to the next game to get an entire new mode for the game. Ubisoft is still poking and prodding the successful Ghost Recon title, though, this time with a new mode called Mercenaries. 

You can check out the trailer below.

The new mode is kind of pseudo-battle royale mode limited to eight players. All the players spawn and are tasked with gathering equipment, finding an extraction point, and eventually extracting themselves, all the while fighting against other players and enemies.

Players who complete at least one match get a “Lone Wolf” costume, which is part of the ongoing few months of challenges leading up to the release of Breakpoint. These challenges will eventually unlock things in the new game using your Ubisoft account if you plan to just leap from one game to the next, all the way up to September 27.

The Mercenaries mode, which I feel like is a pointed reference to an oft-ignored other Tom Clancy game from Ubisoft, releases tomorrow. Ghost Recon Breakpoint releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 4.

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