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Game Editorials and Comics September 2018

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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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Lootboxes are important at a party!
Have you ever seen a party without a proper lootbox? Me neither!
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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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Bethesda says a new generation of consoles is on its way

Next-gen consoles are out there already. Perhaps you don’t know about all the ‘whats’ and ‘hows,’ but Bethesda’s Pete Hines managed to get an insight. The successors to PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X should bring new technical capabilities around, but how exactly are they going to change the industry remains a mystery. Even for Hines.

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Half-Life meets Unreal Engine 4, and it turns out gorgeous

There’s no such thing as too much Half-Life. Project Lambda, a fan project that took months to be completed, is now available for free download. It lets you rediscover the famous “train car” intro sequence – this time powered by Unreal Engine 4. It is shiny, it is polished, and it makes Black Mesa look better than ever. And there's more to it that that.

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The best time to be a gamer is NOW

A lootbox scandal here, cut content there, and a half-baked release forcing you to wait for patches to top things off… Times used to be better, games used to be more fun. Right? Well, not really… Today I wanted to take a look at what times we live in and prove that actually it’s rarely been better to be a part of gaming community.

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Rocksteady is working on a "highly anticipated AAA title", job listing reveals

Rocksteady is getting ready to launch their next big title. The studio – mostly known for giving us the renown Batman Arkham series – is currently looking for talented new members of its development team. But whether their next project is in any way related to Batman, we do not yet know. For more details, we will have to wait – presumably around two more years.

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Ubisoft is giving away a free Rainbow Six Siege skin, but there's a catch

Rainbow Six Siege is making you an offer you will soon not be able to refuse. If you enable 2-factor authentication now, you are getting safer and fancier-looking with a free Thermite skin that comes with ensuring your safety. That’s a gift. If you refuse, well – then you will have to enable it anyway in the near future. But then there will be no free stuff waiting to be picked up.

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Black Ops 4 Battle Royale mode supports 20 players fewer than PUBG or Fortnite, but still more than its Battlefield 5 equivalent

Black Ops 4 Blackout battle royale mode will only support 80 players, Treyarch revealed. By itself, it’s quite a big number, but when compared to PUBG and Fortnite: BR – both of which feature 100 players on one map – it seems like a step back. However, the player count is still higher than that of Battlefield 5’s Firestorm, and most importantly – it has its purpose.

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Cyberpunk 2077 won’t have a companion system – but Jackie is still your friend

Cyberpunk 2077 does not feature a full-fledged companion system, CD Projekt RED confirmed last Friday. It does, however, take advantage of the full narrative potential of every NPC you meet, to make your experience both personal and interactive at the same time. As a result – you’re never really lonely in the Night City.

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Metro Exodus runs smoothly with ray tracing on – but there is a price to pay

Metro Exodus doesn’t fear Nvidia’s cutting edge ray tracing technology, an off-screen gameplay proves. The game handles cutscene-like graphics at 50+ FPS in 1080p with seemingly no problems or frame rate drops whatsoever. But the PC that made running it so smoothly possible isn’t one you just buy with your pocket money – and that’s the big concern.

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