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Rogue Company

How to get free Dima Rogue Company skin with Twitch Prime Gaming

Published: 1/Oct/2020 15:30 Updated: 1/Oct/2020 17:39

by James Busby


Rogue Company’s free-to-play open beta is finally here, giving players on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC the chance to experience Hi-Rez’s 4v4 shooter. However, those with Prime Gaming (formerly known as Twitch Prime) can claim some extra goodies. Here’s how you can add the Heist Dima skin to your collection. 

Hi-Rez celebrated Rogue Company’s free-to-play launch with the release of Dahlia, the game’s latest support character. However, it was Dima who caught most players’ eyes with his awesome-looking Heist skin. This explosive-loving mercenary is known for his ability to breach the hardiest of defenses with his grenade launcher, leaving nothing but destruction in his wake. 


While Hi-Rez currently has a bunch of collaborative skins and in-game cosmetics, there are a few that really stand out from the crowd. One of the game’s most coveted skins is that of Heist Dima. Legendary skins can be purchased in the Rogue Company store, but they can set you back a cool 2,000 Rogue Points (£15.98/$20.61). But, if you have Prime Gaming, you can claim this new skin for free by following the steps below. 

How to unlock Heist Dima skin on Prime Gaming

Rogue Company Twitch rewardsThis skin is a great addition for anyone who mains Dima.

Those who don’t have access to Prime Gaming can use the 7-day free trial by signing up right here. Of course, if you’re already a paying Amazon Prime customer then you won’t need to do this. 


Here’s what you have to do to unlock the Heist Dima skin for free:

  1. Link your Rogue Company account to your Amazon Prime account by clicking ‘Link game account’.
  2. Next, click the blue Claim button on this offer page.
  3. Once your account has been linked, your Heist Dima skin will be available next time you log in to Rogue Company.

There will be more in-game rewards revealed for Rogue Company in the coming months, so make sure you claim them before the promotion ends. Prime Gaming is always giving away new in-game content for your favorite games, making it a great way to get extra items and rare loot drops. 

Hi-Rez has already released some great skins for its colorful cast of characters and we’re excited to see what the future holds for Rogue Company. Be sure to check out our Twitter page, RogueCoUpdates, for all the latest highlights and announcements.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends Evo shields are being nerfed again in Season 7

Published: 8/Oct/2020 1:12 Updated: 8/Oct/2020 1:28

by Alan Bernal


The Evo Shields in Apex Legends are set for another balance update that could come in Season 7, as Respawn are still fine-tuning how the armor upgrades to its max level.

Respawn brought the Evo Shields in the System Override patch in March, then made them a staple in the battle royale later on. Ever since then, the studio has been trying to find the right balance with the armor and its scaling defense as the game continues.


As for the studio, the hunt for that equilibrium to the item will continue as Respawn Game Designer Daniel Z. Klein indicated that players could have an increased damage threshold to hit before getting a fully evolved shield.

This change is still in the implementation phases, however, since Respawn need to tinker with the game’s networking to actually bring in the patch.

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The Evo Armor values for max level will change, most likely in Season 7.

“We have a change planned for red Evo Shields for patch 7.0, but it required a little networking work (don’t ask; game dev is dumb) so we couldn’t ship it in 6.1,” Klein responded to a player who noticed there weren’t any changes to the shields in the Aftermarket update. “The plan is to increase the damage required to go to Red.”

At the time of writing, the Evo Shields need 500 damage inflicted to reach max level. That requirement is going to change, although the developer gave no indication for how much.

Complaints about the gear stem from how many people seem to have a fully upgraded Evo early in games.


Though this could be attributed to the typical gunfight fiestas that happen at any major POI after dropping into the Arena, the problem is going to get a closer look within the studio.

There’s no word if there will also be a change to the armor max Evo Shields provide, but it’s not likely since Respawn tuned that not too long ago when Season 6 started.

In any case, the company is hoping the next round of changes will leave Apex Legends in a healthier state as it concerns the popular Evo Shields in the game.