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Check out Anthem in this new gameplay

BioWare Studio organized a stream during which some extensive segments of Anthem's gameplay were shown. A new trailer was also released.

Subnautica temporarily available for free

Subnautica, an adventure action game with survival elements, has just been released for free. But players have to keep on mind that its a time-limited offer.

Fallout 76 drama continues

Money. Money never changes. And it looks like Fallout 76 is going to be another multiplayer piggy bank. Lootboxes for money? Oh dear.

BF5 pulls no punches on beginners

Community outrage forces DICE to rollback recent balance changes in Battlefield V.

How Fallout 3 Predicted Future, Other Urban Legends

Video games have their myths – some pretty dark, others rather fascinating. Some probably fake, others confirmed to be 100% true. Here's part three of our journey through the creepy.

FC5 vs FC: New Dawn comparison

A YouTube user has conveniently prepared a comparison of locations from Far Cry 5 recycled in Far Cry: New Dawn

14 Days of Fortnite begin tomorrow

The upcoming 7.1 update introduces special Holiday events, items, and rewards to Fortnite. Ho ho ho!

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Actor sues Epic and 2K Games for stealing his dance

Alfonso Ribeiro, the actor playing the character Carlton Banks in the Fresh Prince of Bel-air TV series has filed a suit against Epic Games and 2K Games. He claims that both companies have misappropriated his iconic dance from the sitcom, using it in Fortnite and the NBA2K series without his permission.

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14 Days of Fortnite coming with update 7.1

Tomorrow, along with the 7.1 update, Fortnite will launch this year’s Holiday event - 14 Days of Fortnite. During the event, both game modes will offer a number of curious rewards, including Llamas, among other things.

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SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest expansion announced

Grimlore Games and THQ Nordic have announced SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest, a standalone expansion to SpellForce 3. The expansion will introduce dwarves and dark elves as playable factions, as well as several other novelties.

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FC: New Dawn locations compared with FC5

The upcoming Far Cry: New Dawn will once again take us to Montana, only this time to its slightly more post-apocalyptic rendition. Ubisoft’s latest game will apparently recycle the locations we’ve seen in Far Cry 5. But how would a comparison of locations from both titles look?

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PS Store bestellers for November 2018

The official PlayStation blog has posted a list of the bestselling titles in PS Store in November. To almost no one’s surprise, Red Dead Redemption 2 takes the top position in the ranking. What is interesting, though, are the following spots and titles.

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Urban Legends About Video Games… Part 3

Urban legends are the contemporary equivalent of mythologies, tales and fables. They’ve always been around, accompanying humans since the dawn of mankind. Naturally, video games also have their own share of such stories. Some are ludicrous, some are obviously fake, and others are… unsettling. Join us for episode three of Urban Legends – today, we have some more cursed arcade machines, demoralizing soundtracks and a post-apo game that's uncannily accurate in predicting the future.

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Battlefield 5: DICE apologises for going easy on beginners

DICE has irritated the fans yet again. This time, the controversy sparked from balance changes in Battlefield V that were intended to increase survivability of beginners. The community’s outrage, however, forced the developers to issue an apology and restore, at least partially, the option to play by old rules.

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Fallout 76 with paid lootboxes and premium cards?

After the last update of Fallout 76, players have found some disturbing info in the game configuration files. These contain references to lunchboxes, a form of paid lootboxes, which offer passive bonuses for player resistance, damage and experience gained. But this is only the beginning of surprises.

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Grab Subnautica for free!

Subnautica, an adventure action game with survival elements developed by the Unknown Worlds Entertainment, has just been released for free on Epic Games platform. But players have to keep on mind that it’s a time-limited offer that lasts until December 27, 2018.

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Anthem new gameplay and trailer were released by BioWare

A new Anthem gameplay and trailer videos were released recently. The upcoming action multiplayer game by BioWare is currently having a rough polishing process before its premiere in February, 2019. Also, a special game edition was announced which is going to offer additional equipment and some other bonuses.

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The Division 2 Technical Alpha Announced

The Division 2 will soon launch Technical Alpha tests designed to test the behavior of the game's online infrastructure. The fortunate players, selected and allowed to participate, will be able to put the game through the paces between Saturday, December 15th, and Tuesday, December 18th.

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The King of Fighters XIV Free Weekend

Head over to Steam to get The King of Fighters XIV for free. You can test the game until Sunday, 16 December. Should you find it enjoyable enough to consider paying up, there are also some neat discounts – up to 75% for all editions (until Monday, the 17th.)

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GOG Winter Sale: get Full Throttle Remastered for free

A large winter sale has begun on GOG.com. To celebrate the holidays, the platform’s admins have decided to offer some games for free. Until the end of this Sunday, you can grab the cult classic adventure game from Tim Schafer – Full Throttle Remastered. Those who decide to buy something, will get some extras as well.

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Hytale: a brand new game from the Minecraft community

Riot Games and a newly-founded independent team at Hypixel Studios, formed by a group of experienced content creators for Minecraft, have announced Hytale. The new title, intended as a creative sandbox RPG, bears many similarities with the game from MojangAB.

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LoL is ending support for Win XP and Vista

Riot Games has announced that League of Legends will no longer support Windows XP and Vista from 2019. As both systems are used by roughly 1% of LoL users worldwide, and waning, further support would become more and more impractical.

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Test DayZ for free during the weekend

Have you ever wanted to try DayZ? Well, now you have a chance! Bohemia Interactive decided to offer a free weekend with the game due to the end of Early Access distribution of the game. Furthermore, the game is available at a reduced price on Steam.

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Epic Games will release network tools used in Fortnite

Epic Games plans to release Fortnite’s networking tools in 2019. They will be available for free, just like Unreal Engine 4. This is an excellent opportunity for independent developers to try their skills in developing multiplayer games. Also, the studio plans to release a series of regular updates for the upcoming network tools.

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Metro Exodus goes gold!

Finally, the works on Metro Exodus have been completed. The developers informed on their Twitter that the game has reached gold status. Additionally, they’ve also announced that the game will be released a week earlier than planned.

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Artifact loses 75% of players just two weeks after launch

Artifact, the DOTA card game, has seen better days despite being just two weeks old. 14 days after launch, the number of players has dropped by 75%. The developers at Valve Software have already announced the first update to address some of the issues troubling the game.

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Detroit: Become Human sold 2 million copies

While some gamers may frown at Cage’s storytelling and cinematic style, the number of its advocates turns out to be significant. Detroit: Become Human, the latest cinematic adventure game from David Cage and Quantic Dream, took only six months to sell 2 million copies across the globe, despite being a PlayStation 4 exclusive.

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Free weekend in The Crew 2

The Crew 2 offers a free ride for PC and console gamers alike, beginning with today. The free version gives you access to the full experience, offering all the maps, vehicles, and events. Additionally, the players who decide to take part in the event will be able to transfer their progress into the full version afterwards and get a free exclusive ride to boot. The free period ends on December 17 CET.

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Car Wash Simulator revealed

Polish studio 1Z Games is working on Car Wash Simulator, a game that will enable you to wash cars. The game will offer the ability to cooperate with either gangs or the police force. The title will be released by PlayWay, as the company keeps expanding its catalog of unusual simulators.

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Median XL Sigma: an upcoming update to a giant Diablo 2 mod

Finally, some much-needed good news for the Diablo community. At the beginning of the next year, the Median XL mod for Diablo II will get a new version, dubbed Sigma. The update will bring the age-old game to a modern engine, allowing the developers to further improve and expand the title. The modification will debut in January.

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GTA Online: Arena War update goes live

GTA Online received the Arena War update earlier today, which introduces seven new game modes - they enable you to enter the arena and take part in murderous disciplines with the use of customized cars. The add-on has some strong Mad Max vibes - not to mention tinges of several game franchises, such as Twisted Metal.

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Creator of CoD WWII and Dead Space leaves Activision

Glen Schofield, one of the co-founders of Sledgehammer Games, announced that he will leave Activision at the end of the year. The reason is the desire to "try something new". He’s very happy with how his collaboration with Activision worked out and he’s proud of the work the studio did, including Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Call of Duty: WWII.

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CS:GO takes flak on Steam after the switch to F2P

A large part of the community is not happy with the transition of CS:GO to the free-to-play model. In just one day, the title "gained" 14,000 negative comments on the Steam platform. The complaints are mostly about the danger of more cheaters flooding the game and the fact, that people who previously paid for it, in their opinion, didn’t receive enough of a compensation.

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Anthem: user loses game library for attempting to stream the alpha

A Twitch user named smokethorne has discovered what are the consequences of breaking an NDA. As a result of streaming video from the closed tests of Anthem, he lost his entire Origin library. Was the punishment adequate to the offence or did the publisher overreact?

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CS:GO goes completely free-to-play and gets a battle royale mode

Big news for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fans. The game has now fully migrated to a free-to-play model, allowing people to play for free in multiplayer. The title also received a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone, which offers several game modes, aimed at both solo and team players.

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Meet The Outer Worlds: the new RPG from Obsidian and the creators of Fallout

During The Game Awards 2018 gala the well-known Obsidian Entertainment studio and Private Division (Take-Two Interactive brand) have announced their secret project – and it’s an RPG, so no surprises there. The retro-futuristic The Outer Worlds will be released on PC and consoles next year.

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Artifact owned by nearly a million players

Valve's card game was bought by almost a million buyers within the first week. However, the production receives mixed reviews among the players – many of them complain about the unusual business model, which, in their opinion, makes things easier for those, who decide to pay more money.

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Another Fallout 76 scandal: customer data leaked

Another affair with Bethesda and Fallout 76 in the spotlight. A technical support system error allowed players to view other users' data for some time, including phone numbers and home addresses. The bug has already been fixed, but the gamers aren’t happy – and it’s rather hard to blame them.

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RDR 2 vs GTA 5: a visual comparison

Candyland has published an interesting video comparing the graphics of two Rockstar Games hits - Grand Theft Auto V (PC version on Ultra details and in 4K resolution) and Red Dead Redemption II (Xbox One X version). Which of the two looks better? Let’s take a look.

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Fortnite is killing Unreal Tournament

Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games studio, which developed games like Fortnite and Unreal Tournament, announced that the latter will be suspended for now. The reason for this is the extraordinary popularity of the first game. Is this the end of Epic’s once glorious multiplayer franchise?

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Mutant Year Zero Road To Eden launch and first reviews

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden debuts today on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The Swedish mix of turn-based strategy, stealth game and RPG has already had its first reviews and it looks like we've received a good production. The game is not perfect, but the developers from the Bearded Ladies studio can be proud of their work.

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Tale of Two Wastelands: a mod combines Fallout 3 and Fallout NV

A new, heavily modified 3.2 version of Tale of Two Wastelands has been released. It's a modification for Fallout: New Vegas, which allows you to explore both the post-apocalyptic Vegas and the areas known from Fallout 3 with the same character. Maybe it’ll give you what Fallout 76 couldn’t?

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Valve cuts own revenue share for Steam sales

Valve has announced that it's changing its policy towards developers publishing titles on Steam. After exceeding a certain level of revenue generated by the sale of the game and its DLC, the company will reduce its share. This move is clearly aimed at the biggest publishers and producers, in hopes of making them stay on Valve’s platform a bit longer.

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Fallout 76: collector's edition scandal continues

The controversies surrounding Fallout 76 seem to have no end. According to recent reports, Bethesda Softworks has sent high-quality backpacks with the title logo to YouTube influencers. The information made the players angry, as an allegedly similar bag included in the Power Armor edition, turned out to be a much lower quality product, than what was previously announced.

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TES Blades delayed

Bethesda Softworks has announced that the mobile installment of The Elder Scrolls franchise – titled Blades – will be slightly delayed. The title will be released at the beginning of 2019, instead of fall 2018, as was previously announced. The information was relayed via Twitter. No reason was given for the delay.

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New Dragon Age before the end of the year?

BioWare didn't forget about the Dragon Age franchise. In December, we'll learn more about a new project in the series. The information was announced by Casey Hudson, the studio's director, on the company's blog. Will the big reveal take place during The Game Awards 2018 gala, which is scheduled for December 6?

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Nintendo Switch sets new sale records in US

During the five-day period from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday, Nintendo beat several sales records in the US. The main driving force was, of course, the Nintendo Switch hybrid console, which sold 115% better than last year and is now owned by 8.2 mln Americans. The Japanese company earned over $250 million.

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Artifact in reviews: decent, but not for everyone

The first reviews of Artifact – a card game from Valve, set in the universe of the popular MOBA Dota 2 – appeared on the web. According to the journalists, the title is generally successful, but it’s not for everyone and its future looks cloudy, mostly due to the controversial monetization system.

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Is dividing games into episodes really that bad?

The developer’s decision to divide the first Hitman into episodes stirred up a lot of controversy and brought heavy flak from the fans, who associated the move with business practices in the vein of early access or DLC. In hindsight, however, the episodic model appears to fit the premise of the game very nicely and abandoning it in the sequel may not be as great as some may have expected.

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Artifact: Valve's dota card game launches today

The PC version of Artifact - a card game from Valve, authors of the iconic FPS series Half-Life, debuts on the market today. The title is available on Steam. The game offers an interesting take on the genre, putting emphasis on the social and deck building aspects, allowing the players to trade cards using the Steam market.

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Fortnite boasts over 200 million registered users

Epic Games has announced that the number of registered Fortnite and Fortnite: Battle Royale users has exceeded 200 million. It means, that the game now has a bigger population than Nigeria. One of the reasons for this success is the multiplatform nature of the title. Almost everyone has at least one platform, on which Fortnite can be played – and often as much as 3 or even 4.

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Battlefield 5 physical sales much worse than those of BF1

According to Chart-Track Group data for the UK market, the physical edition of Battlefield V sold less than half the number of copies, in comparison with Battlefield 1 in the same time span in 2016. By itself, that could be explained by the rising importance of digital distribution – but the game also clearly loses to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

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Star Citizen earns $600,000 in one hour

Thanks to a sale of ships, which accompanied the free fly event, the creators of Star Citizen - the Cloud Imperium Games studio - earned $600,000 in just one hour. The event was a part of an ongoing 2948 Anniversary Special, which celebrates the release of patch 3.5.5 – a big content update that adds the first actual planet to the game.

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Alien: Blackout trademark registered. New game on the way?

The 20th Century Fox film studio has registered the Alien: Blackout trademark, which will only be used for games and software. A potential new title could be shown to the world in two weeks, at The Game Awards 2018. Also, Hideo Kojima – the father of the Metal Gear Solid franchise – could potentially be connected to the mysterious project.

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Mod recreates Liberty City Stories in San Andreas

A group of fans released the 1.0 version of Liberty City Stories: PC Edition, a mod for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which recreates the city and missions known from the spin-off title Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Work on the mod started in the last decade, and it’s not yet done – authors will now concentrate on polishing their project and fixing bugs.

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The famous WoW plague comes to Hearthstone

Blizzard has unveiled one of the new cards to be included in the upcoming Hearthstone expansion Rastakhan's Rumble. It refers to the now infamous Corrupted Blood plague that hit World of Warcraft in September 2005 and is remembered as one of the most unusual (and not exactly planned) events in the game.

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Fallout 76 33% off just 9 days after release

The PC version of Fallout 76 can now be purchased on Humble Store 33% cheaper. Such a large discount just nine days after the release suggests that the sales might have been well below expectations. It’s definitely not a good sign, especially in case of a multiplayer title, whose life depends on the number of players on the servers.

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Star Citizen 3.5.5 update: first planet and a big city

Another major change in Star Citizen. Cloud Imperium Games has released the 3.3.5 update that adds a significant amount of new content, including the first full-size planet - Hurston - with the big city of Lorville on its surface. There are also a few smaller additions, including Hurston’s four moons: Aberdeen, Magda, Arial and Ita.

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Diablo 4 may be returning to Diablo 2’s dark atmosphere

We’ve got some interesting reports about the future of the Diablo franchise. According to them, Blizzard is currently working on Diablo 4 and it’s more reminiscent of the second part of the series. The project is codenamed Fenris, and it’s development started after a different one – known as Hades and inspired by Dark Souls – was scrapped.

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CD Projekt RED: Cyberpunk 2077 to be as polished as Red Dead Redemption 2

CD Projekt RED wants Cyberpunk 2077 to be as refined as Red Dead Redemption 2. The information was provided during a teleconference with the developers and was included in a report from the brokerage house Vestor DM. Experts also forecast that the Polish company may sell as much as 19 million copies of the title within the first quarter after release.

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Up to GTA$1.35M in GTA Online this week

Rockstar Games studio has announced that you’ll be able to get extra money by logging into GTA Online this week. In total, you can acquire up to GTA$1.35M. There are also a number of other options for players to earn bonus money and RP points – taking part in certain activities and missions will yield doubled rewards. Finally, there'll be some attractive discounts.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC and PS5? New console from Sony?

According to an anonymous source, Sony’s fifth generation console will be announced at the end of 2019 and will receive a remaster of Red Dead Redemption 2, which will also hit the PC. The not-so-trustworthy leak also reports of Kal-El: Rise of the Kryptonians – supposedly a Superman game from Rocksteady studios – and a new Naugty Dog project, created with the help of James Cameron.

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Farming Simulator 19 release date and system requirements

Farming Simulator 19, the latest installment in the most popular agricultural game series, made its debut on the market today. The title is out simultaneously on three platforms: PCs, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The first reviews are also beginning to appear on the web. Is the game everything the fans’ hoped it’ll be?

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Polish game sales on Steam: Thief Simulator beats Thronebreaker

We take a look at the sales of Polish games released on Steam in recent months. Among the titles, we will find both successes (such as World War 3 or Thief Simulator) and failures (such as Dying Light: Bad Blood and My Memory of Us). Even CD Projekt RED – the authors of the acclaimed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – suffered a slight setback.

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The FIX PUBG initiative is officially over

The FIX PUBG Campaign is officially over. The information, appearing as an open letter on Steam, was provided by Taeseok Jang, executive producer from PUBG Corp. The campaign, which lasted about 3 months, improved the performance of the game and helped ban 2 million cheaters. Now, the developers want to focus on the stability and quality of PUBG’s new features.

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Battlefield 5: new reviews

Following the release of Battlefield V in Origin Access Premier last week, the game received its first reviews. Now, these scores are joined by some new opinions. From the looks of it, EA gave us a pretty solid title. The game's official launch is scheduled for 20th of November.

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Why are fighting games no longer popular?

Although fighting games have been regaining some ground lately, it’s highly unlikely that they should catch up with the most popular genres or reclaim the venerable status they were sporting two decades ago. Why is it that one of the most popular genres of the 90s is now desperately trying not to become a niche?

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Sony skips E3 2019

Sony decided to hand over 2019's E3 to Microsoft. The company announced that it will neither appear at the event nor will it organize any of its own events around that time. It would seem that more and more of the company’s resources are being poured into upcoming next-gen titles.

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Fallout 76 PC vs PS4 Pro vs Xbox One X

Fallout 76's simultaneous launch on PC, PS4 and Xbox One left the players wondering how the different versions compare. Candyland has released an interesting video, showing the visual differences between the platforms. PC and Xbox One X owners will be particularly happy, but all versions leave something to be desired.

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CD Projekt quarterly report: Thronebreaker sales below expectations

CD Projekt has published their third quarterly report for the year. The company recorded noticeably lower revenue and profit than in previous quarters. The main reason for that is the fact, that the initial sales of Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales fell below expectations, leading to a 3% price drop in company's share price.

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Fallout 76 is live

The wait is over. Fallout 76 – the cooperative shooter with RPG and survival elements, made by Bethesda Softworks studio – is now live and we can start exploring the postapocalyptic wasteland. In fact, the game actually launched a few hours earlier than originally planned. Also, PC gamers using NVIDIA graphic cards can download Game Ready drivers for the title.

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Fallout 76’s launch-day patch bigger than game itself

This year hasn't been gentle for the fans of the legendary Fallout series. First, there was the somewhat left-field announcement that the game will be multiplayer only. Things got only sketchier afterward: microtransactions, late mod support, and, behold, the recent beta, which was a true festival of bugs. Now it turns out that the devs want to make their game better at all cost (which is good) by releasing a launch-day patch bigger than the game itself (not so good).

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Destiny 2: Forsaken Sales Dissapointing - Shows Activision Financial Report

Activision Blizzard released its latest financial report, which provides some interesting insight into the matters within the company. Overall, the revenue exceeds the original expectations, but at the same time, is slightly lower than last year. The publisher also seems to be disappointed with the performance of Destiny 2: Forsaken. Interestingly, Black Ops IIII sold three times more copies for PC than the previous installment of the high-profile series.

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Is Pillars of Eternity 2 Deadfire a Fiasco?

According to information published on twitter by one of the people who invested venture capital into Pillars of Eternity II via Fig, the game sold terribly, not even getting close to bringing any profit. The info isn't solid, however, and we have to wait for an official statement from Obsidian if we want to be completely certain.

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In Cyberpunk 2077, the world doesn’t need saving

Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be immersive. That’s a no-brainer. But how exactly does CD Projekt RED want to achieve the level of “virtual believability” no-one before them even dreamed of? The studio’s Stanislaw Swiecicki has the answer – and it’s rather down-to-earth.

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Don’t Go West – why developers ignore westerns?

I always found it puzzling how few western video games there are. Seems like the perfect setting for a game, no? It’s a strongly romanticized period of history that used to be wildly popular in film some years ago. It offers an exciting environment, a solid framework for the plot and characters and opportunities for some amazing adventures. However, it also imposes some obscure constraints that are not quite obvious at first glance. The following article explores some of the limitations that have largely prevented western from conquering our consoles and computers.

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New California mod for Fallout New Vegas is bigger than you'd expect

A huge Fallout: New Vegas modification – Fallout: New California – has just debuted in open BETA. Featuring over 30 hours of quest- and dialogue-filled gameplay, it has been praised by many as the true New Vegas successor – a full-blown RPG experience that shares close to nothing with the MMO-ish Fallout 76. And to try it out, you do not need any caps at all.

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CDPR celebrates 11 years of The Witcher series with a bunch of fun facts

Triss Merigold is literally changing, and a ghost ship is on its way to the Skellige Isles – these are just 2 out of 11 interesting facts CD Projekt RED shared with fans to celebrate The Witcher series turning eleven. With more still to come, one should keep an eye out on the game’s Twitter feed.

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Blizzard leaked World of Warcraft subscriber count, rumor suggests

We now know the exact number of active World of Warcraft players. The data has been disclosed by WeakAuras official official account on Twitter, and has been leaked by an unknown source. But as Blizzard pushes, the said source starts to fade away, and in the end, nobody knows anything for sure.

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Games have two release dates these days. You need to pay for the earlier one

Game developers are intensively trying to convince us to buy increasingly expensive game releases. Recently, along additional content or physical gadgets and gimmicks came one more incentive – earlier access to the full version of the game. This year, those willing to spare more buck were able to play the new Assassin's Creed, Tomb Raider or Forza Horizon before anyone else.

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Command & Conquer remasters are being considered by EA

EA is not giving the Command & Conquer series up just yet. The developer is working on C&C remasters that should make it to digital distribution before 2020, a studio representative announced. Although no further details have been given, a promise has been made.

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Dying Light developers will help create Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer

They worked on Dying Light and Company of Heroes, and now they are coming for more. Digital Scapes have officially become the team responsible for developing the multiplayer mode for Cyberpunk 2077, CD Project Red’s highly-anticipated, blockbuster sci-fi RPG. But when will the multiplayer see the neon of day, nobody yet knows. Until then, singleplayer is the king.

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Why open world games suck at telling a story?

Big games are increasingly focusing on providing as much freedom within open worlds brimming with side activities and build of swathes of land. The collateral damage, in this case, is usually the story, which is largely marginalized and if we’re lucky is decent at best. We got used to that over the years, but maybe it’s about time to change it, and start demanding a bit more?

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The author of The Witcher books demands more money from CD Projekt RED

Andrzej Sapkowski, who created The Witcher universe, wants more money. Yes, we’re talking millions of dollars. CD Projekt RED, who created The Witcher gaming franchise having acquired the rights legally, is to give it to him because it has apparently violated the law. But the developer refuses to acknowledge any kind of wrongdoing, even though Mr. Sapkowski has a few fair points to support his claim.

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