If there is one thing that one can always expect from DICE, it is excellent post launch support for their games. Battlefield 4 is probably the best instance of this, getting great content even three years after its launch, but really, this holds true for all DICE titles in general. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise to you that work on Battlefield 1 is far from over- DICE will continue to more
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Channel that Ghostrider vibe with a new set of wheels. GTA Online’s Halloween weekend had gone live, updating Los Santos citizens with a new bike, new mode and other spooky goodies. The big addition is the beautiful Sanctus, a motorbike with a goddamn skull on the handlebars. It costs a rather pricey $1,995,000. There’s also a new mode, Lost Vs Damned, with players fighting through a more
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If you follow Hello Games on Twitter and were scratching your head over a recent tweet, you’re not the only one. Earlier this morning, a tweet posted on the Hello Games account said, simply, “No Man’s Sky was a mistake.” It was quickly taken down, and the account locked, leading many to believe a meltdown of sorts had happened at the studio. Some speculated the Twitter account more
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It looks like Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be a big game no matter what platform you play it on. The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare page on Steam has been updated to show system requirements (or at least, the minimum ones- as of right now, recommended system specs are not available), and while most of them are not going to be a problem, the required disc space may be for some. Infinite more
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Xbox’s Larry Hryb made the announcement today, confirming that three new titles would be coming to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. RAGE, Killer Is Dead and Shred Nebula were confirmed for the popular next-gen feature, which shows no signs of slowing down. Microsoft routinely add new games each week, sometimes adding as many as seven or eight titles by Friday. This latest more
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The Nintendo Switch is a handheld-console hybrid. As such, its design will be bound by the constraints of what it is in some cases. So it’s not much of a surprise, for instance, that the Switch will be supporting SD cards– officially as large as 128GB, but given how the 3DS only supports SD cards up to 32GB officially, but has no problem accepting larger capacities, I wouldn’t be surprised more
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Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is currently playable for free on the Xbox Store including Xbox Live member without Gold. All Xbox Live members can go online this weekend free during the Multiplayer All Access event that starts today and goes until Sunday, October 30th on Xbox one and Xbox 360. Major Nelson announced on Twitter that Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is available more
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Today Nintendo announced that more details about the upcoming Switch console will be provided during an official presentation at the beginning of next year. The presentation will be hosted here on January 12th, and will likely include the reveal of pricing, games and specs, which Nintendo mentioned won’t be shared before the end of the year. According to the press release, Nintendo will be more
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Apple unveiled the AirPods last month alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. These wireless earphones were set to launch in late October. Today, Apple announced that they will be delaying the launch. An Apple spokesperson told TechCrunch: "We don’t believe in shipping a product before it’s ready, and we need a little more time before AirPods are ready for our customers." Apple has more
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During Microsoft's Windows Creator Update event today, it was announced that Beam, a game-streaming service similar to Twitch will be integrated into Windows 10 and Xbox One. Beam was acquired by Microsoft back in August and will allow users to watch and interact in “near real-time” with the broadcaster. PC gamers will be able to load the Windows game bar interface and click the Beam more
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