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Man Went Missing 22 years ago - Google Maps Helped Find His Remains

Konrad Serafinski, yesterday, 23:22

Google Maps helped solve the mystery of William Moldt, who went missing 22 years ago. The man's sunken car was accidentally discovered in a satellite photo from Google Earth.

The Surge 2 - New Story Trailer

Adrian Werner, yesterday, 23:01

Deck13 Interactive and Focus Home Interactive have released a new trailer of The Surge 2. The video focuses on presenting the story background of the game.

Discord's Game Subscription Service Goes Offline

Konrad Serafinski, yesterday, 22:34

Almost a year ago Discord introduced a game subscription. Unfortunately, the catalog of Nitro Games was not to the liking of the players. Therefore, the company has decided to resign from the service and will switch it off in mid-October.

Minecraft is Second Biggest Hit of August in the USA

Adrian Werner, yesterday, 21:55

According to the NPD group's ranking, in August the US market was conquered by Madden NFL 20 and Minecraft. The strategy game Age of Wonders: Planetfall also made a very successful debut. On the other hand, Nintendo Switch was the best among consoles.

Watch Dogs Legion With Six Times Larger Map Than AC Syndicate

Adrian Werner, yesterday, 21:36

Thanks to unofficial fan computations we learned the map size in Watch Dogs: Legion. It turns out that London present in the game will be six times bigger than its version available in AC: Syndicate.

Netflix Accidentally Reveals Exact Air Date of The Witcher

Paul Wozniak, 13 September 2019, 23:43

A piece of information appeared on Netflix's Dutch social media profiles, revealing how many nights were left until the premiere of The Witcher. However, the post has quickly disappeared from the web.

Beta Version of GOG Galaxy 2.0 With First Major Update

Michael Kulakowski, 13 September 2019, 23:32

The closed beta version of GOG Galaxy 2.0 has been updated for the first time to bring its functionality closer to what the developers promised in their first announcements. Galaxy 2.0 allows you to create a universal database of our games on all modern hardware platforms.

Sea of Thieves Opens Store With Microtransaction

Michael Kulakowski, 13 September 2019, 22:12

As announced, Sea of Thieves is making a microtransaction store available to the players. Its offer includes pets, emoticons, and cosmetic items. For the most expensive set, which includes structural elements of our ship, we have to pay around $27.99.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Vanishes From Russian PSN

Jacob Blazewicz, 13 September 2019, 15:12

Sony has withdrawn Call of Duty: Modern Warfare from the Russian version of PlayStation Store. It seems that players in Russia will have to do without it.

Chernobylite - Steam Early Access Launch Date

Barth Faryna, 13 September 2019, 14:33

Polish developer The Farm 51 set the date of introducing Chernobylite to Steam early access program. This will happen soon, and we can expect the full version of the game in 2020.

A Plague Tale Innocence Gets Demo Version

Bart Swiatek, 13 September 2019, 14:09

A Plague Tale: Innocence - the successful action adventure game from Asobo Studio - received a demo version. The demo can be downloaded by users on all three platforms on which the production was released.

Microsoft Flight Simulator on New Gameplay; Tech Alpha Approaching

Jacob Blazewicz, 13 September 2019, 13:57

New recordings from Microsoft Flight Simulator have been made available in Windows Insider program. In addition, registration for technical alpha tests have started, and soon we will learn the first details about them.

Steam Update Improves Video Game Recommendations

Bart Swiatek, 13 September 2019, 13:35

Steam has received an update today that improves the game recommendation system. Changes made by developers should make it easier for players to find titles that are actually of interest to them.

Event for 16 People, HDR Calibration - New Beta of PS4 Firmware 7.0

Bart Swiatek, 13 September 2019, 13:08

Sony has started testing the new version of software for PlayStation 4. The latest firmware brings several useful improvements, including the ability to set up an event for 16 people. The full version will debut in a few weeks.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Beta Begins; PS4 Open Beta Tomorrow

Adrian Werner, 13 September 2019, 12:59

The first phase of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare beta was launched. For now, only PlayStation 4 users who pre-ordered the game can play, and tomorrow the tests will be available to all PlayStation 4 users. PC and Xbox One owners will have to wait until next week.

Borderlands 3 Launches

Bart Swiatek, 13 September 2019, 12:20

Today marks the long-anticipated launch of Borderlands 3 - the next installment of the series of shooters with RPG elements, developed by Gearbox Software. The game is available on PCs (Epic Games Store only), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.