Battlefield 1’s “They Shall Not Pass” and “In the Name of the Tsar” are currently playable for free. There has been a metric ton of gaming news to follow lately, from expansion launches to the countless Black Friday deals. One detail you probably shouldn’t miss, however, is that Battlefield 1’s current expansions are free-to-play for the next two weeks. “They Shall Not more
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The Black Friday deals keep coming, and Green Man Gaming are currently offering three of Bethesda’s most recent games for 50% off their original prices on PC. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is slashed to £20/$30 while The Evil Within 2 comes in at the same price £20/$30. Slightly older than those two but still very recent is Prey, which comes in at £15/$20. It’s worth noting more
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Xbox just unveiled December's free Games With Gold lineup, and things are actually looking really great. Whether you're in the mood for some casual musical entertainment, or you're looking for some hardcore cooperative monster slaying, there's something here that's sure to excite you. Immediately following the reveal we've seen some debate about whether this month's games are worth it, and more
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Call of Duty: WWII has taken up a lot of my time since it launched earlier this month, but I’ve constantly wondered when we would get our first in-game event. Well, we now have our answer, as late last night, developer Sledgehammer Games revealed that an event titled Winter Siege would be coming to the game in just two weeks, on December 8, 2017. While full details about the event have not more
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Black Friday is almost here, and Steam has just opened its traditional Autumn Sale, bringing sizable discounts to a massive number of games. The deals include discounts up to 80%, and comes with plenty of gems for you to browse. As usual, the games are mostly for PC, with many compatible with Mac and Linux. Highlights include NieR: Automata 40% off, Middle-earth: Shadow of War 40% off, more
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In the wake of the immense backlash surrounding Star Wars: Battlefront II, one analyst who proclaims to be a gamer himself took - what can be considered - a rather unpopular stance on the matter. In a note to investors, KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst, Evan Wingren explained that the recent outrage was an opportunity for them to add game publishers to their investment portfolios, claiming that more
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It’s a narrative that has become increasingly more prevalent over the last few months- as it has become clear that the Switch is exceedingly successful, and that it is selling to a sustainable market demographic, more and more analysts and market researchers have taken to saying the system could end up performing similarly to the Wii, which, at 101 million units sold worldwide, remains more
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Popular retailer GameStop disclosed today its financial results for third quarter of 2017, which ended on October 28th (GameStop uses a different calendar than most companies). During the financial conference call for investors and analysts, the company’s executives talked about the performance of Microsoft’s new Xbox One X console. First of all, Chief Financial Officer Robet Lloyd more
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Lucasfilm has come out in support of EA’s decision to temporarily remove microtransactions from Star Wars: Battlefront 2. Over the weekend, information about what went on behind the scenes at EA before the publisher pulled the paid-for currency, Crystals, came to light. As reported, Disney’s chairman of consumer products and interactive media division, Jimmy Pitaro, made a call to EA more
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The social space known as Headquarters in Call of Duty: WWII is now working as it should be with other players now roaming the grounds. Headquarters was originally intended to be a social experience with players able to interact with each other and watch their friends crack open some loot boxes, but it was missing one key aspect: Other players. From checking mail and collecting your in-game more
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