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Today, Bethesda announced that its hit game Fallout 4 is having a free trial period this weekend. The trial will be available on the Xbox One, and PC versions of the gam, with the aforementioned requiring an Xbox Live Gold Membership to download the trial. As of right now a PlayStation 4 version of the trial has not been announced. According to Bethesda, the trial will offer access to every ...read more
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The developers of Crackdown 3 confirmed today on the game’s official Twitter account that the title will be part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program. For those who don’t know, the Xbox Play Anywhere program allows users who purchase a game on either Xbox One or Windows 10 PC to automatically get the other version of the game free of charge. Achievements, saves, and more are shared between ...read more
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If you haven’t dipped into Call of Duty: Black Ops III‘s multiplayer DLC yet, this next month will be a special treat. For a full thirty days, all players will be able to play the DLC without paying a cent. The 30-day free trial kicks off on Tuesday, May 30th, at 10 a.m. PT. It grants players access to all of the multiplayer content in the game’s four DLC packs. Additionally, all ...read more
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The Humble Game On Bundle is now available from Humble. “GameOn is a new gaming movement from award-winning nonprofit War Child,” Humble explains. “War Child has reached out across the globe to gaming influencers to help them highlight the importance of protecting, educating, and standing up for the rights of children caught up in conflict.” The “Pay what you want” tier includes ...read more
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Take-Two Interactive claims the recent delay of Red Dead Redemption 2 doesn’t matter as long as the game meets the quality fans are expecting. Speaking during the publisher’s recent investors call, CEO Strauss Zelnick explained why the quality of the game comes before its launch window, even claiming that he “[doesn’t] think the launch window really matters.” “And obviously,” ...read more
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New Xbox One games subscription service Xbox Game Pass goes live today for Gold members, letting you get your hands on a whole bunch of games for a monthly fee of $9.99 / £7.99. If you’re more of a retro gamer you’re in luck – 75 of the games included in the deal are for Xbox 360 compared to 35 Xbox One games. If you’re not a Xbox Gold Live member you’ll have to wait until June 1 ...read more
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According to the official Xbox page on Facebook, Xbox Game Pass is poised to release on June 1st and include 100 plus games at launch, and a nifty 14 day free trial. For those that don’t know: back in February Microsoft announced Xbox Game Pass, a new gaming subscription service that grants you unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and backward compatible Xbox 360 Games at the price point ...read more
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During the first in a series of making-of livestreams, Sledgehammer games confirmed that Call of Duty: WWII will explore the Battle of the Bulge during the course of its story campaign. Bret Robbins, creative director on the game’s campaign, revealed the new information in response to a fan question. “I’m not sure I’m supposed to say this, but I’m going to say it anyway, yes, we go ...read more
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Red Dead Redemption 2 was recently pushed out of its fall 2017 release window into spring 2018, and now Rockstar parent company Take-Two has narrowed down this new window—and provided a tease for another big sequel on the way. Take-Two Interactive has now elaborated on Red Dead Redemption 2‘s recent delay, confirming that it has been pushed it into the company’s 2019 fiscal year, which ...read more
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As we all know, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer loves to interact with fans and answer questions. However, there’s recently been a lot of controversy surrounding his vision for the gaming brand. It seem as though Sony is sweeping up almost every marketing deal out there, leaving Microsoft in the dust. Spencer took to Twitter to clarify his strategy going forward.
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