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New Battlefield 5 reviews

Last week, following the release of Battlefield V in Origin Access Premier, we got first reviews of the DICE-developed title. Now, these scores are joined by some new new ones. It would seem EA gave us a pretty solid title this time around. The game officially launches for everyone on 20th of November.

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Sony won’t show up at E3 2019

Sony decided to hand over the E3 2019 to Microsoft. The producer has announced that it will not appear at next year's 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 relegated to titles meant for a new generation console.

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Fallout 76 – comparison of PC, PS4 Pro and Xbox One X versions

Fallout 76 launched yesterday on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Many players are wondering how different versions compare. Candyland has released an interesting video, showing the graphic differences between each of the platforms. PC and Xbox One X owners will be happiest, but no version is particularly impressive.

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CD Projekt financial report – worse than expected sales of The Witcher Tales

CD Projekt has published a report for the third quarter of current fiscal year. The company recorded noticeably lower revenue and profit than in previous quarters. Main reason for that is the fact, that the initial sales of the Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales fell below expectations. As a result, the company's share price fell by 3%.

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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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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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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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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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Fallout 76 beta has a release date, and PC and PS4 owners will lag behind

Fallout 76 beta will launch on October 23, Bethesda announced earlier today. The pre–order-exclusive Break-It Early Test Application features a distinguishable intro every Fallout fan should recognize. It has been published as well. Players are encouraged to break it now, so that it becomes bugless on launch. But not everybody will “enjoy it” at the same time.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 features 200 species of animals, birds and fish

Rockstar is going big once again. The developer has just unveiled that its newest “GTA-Western,” Red Dead Redemption 2, features around 200 different species of animals, birds, and fish. This includes, among others, 19 breeds of horses. Not only this, but all of them are there for a reason.

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PlayStation Now allows you to download PlayStation 4 games

Storing PlayStation 4 games on your PC's hard drive is not a big deal anymore. PlayStation Now now (sic) allows for downloading “almost all” PlayStation 4 games and PlayStation 2 remasters, and also tweaks PlayStation Plus a little bit so that it becomes more budget-friendly. But wait, there’s more.

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All Red Dead Redemption 2 news in a nutshell

Red Dead Redemption 2 launch is imminent. Rockstar breaks its silence and provides us with more and more details every day. We now know everything about the number of protagonists players will be able to control, old mechanics making a comeback, and the online mode that seems almost indistinguishable from GTA Online. All of the necessary info you will find here.

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The Elder Scrolls 6 is called "Redfall", trademark suggests

The Elder Scrolls VI, showcased during this year’s E3, will probably be called “Redfall.” This comes after ZeniMax, the owner of Bethesda, has become the owner of a “Redfall” trademark. Such a prediction makes sense for a variety of reasons – but all of them remain pure speculation until officially confirmed.

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