Destiny 2 has finally been revealed with a full gameplay trailer. Activision has also shared details on the new locations and gameplay modes featured in Destiny sequel along with details on the PC version of the game. The original Destiny had PlayStation exclusive content for more than a year and the same deal appears to have returned for its sequel judging from the press release sent by more
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It’s been a busy month for Activision ahead of E3, as the company gave fans a first look at both of its highly anticipated shooters, Destiny 2 and Call of Duty: WW2. New to Destiny 2 is a PC version, which offers gamers enhanced technical features such as an uncapped framerate, 4K support, and to everyone’s surprise, is exclusively tied to Blizzard’s online service, more
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There’s some bad news for Destiny fans: Destiny 2 won’t be able to run 60 frames per second on the PS4 or PS4 Pro. Game director Luke Smith confirmed information on game’s frame rate to IGN. “It will not run at 60 [FPS] on the Pro,” Smith said. “I don’t want people to continue to hope, we’re going to be matter-of-fact about that stuff.” Smith went on to explain that even more
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Bandai namco launched a new story trailer for their upcoming fighter Tekken 7, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 2. The trailer provides details a “blood feud” of the Mishima family, lasting generations “from father to son and beyond”. Additionally, the publisher teases a final showdown by saying, “what began in death will end…in death”. The publisher more
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Destiny 2 has been officially revealed with the full gameplay details and features by Bungie. Activision Blizzard is also published the game on PC however if you were hoping for a Steam version, then you should know that the game is exclusive to Activision Blizzard’s Battle.Net on PC, which also hosts the extremely popular Overwatch. Geoff Keighley is attending the Destiny 2 reveal event and more
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A change to the Call of Duty website may be another clue that Call of Duty: WWII will release on the Nintendo Switch. Our first hint came from Beenox, a developer that’s created ports for both Wii and Wii U games and past Call of Duty titles. Earlier this week, the studio sent out a Tweet showing members of the team meeting with representatives from the Canadian Armed Forces. Apparently, the more
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Today you have seen the gameplay reveal of Destiny 2, but if you want to see more, you have come to the right place. Our Lou Contaldi is at the reveal event in Los Angeles, and recorded some really spiffy gameplay from a PS4 Pro unit for your perusal. Below you can see him tackle The Inverted Spire strike, and since I’m not the one playing, this time around you aren’t saddled with my more
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The series heads back to World War 2 in November, but for now you can fight the future by paying Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare on Steam for free until 4pm EDT/9pm UK Sunday, May 21. Along with Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Blops 3 are on sale. World at War, Advanced Warfare, Modern Warfare, Call of Duty 2 and others can also be picked up at a discount. Yesterday, the more
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Last year, Nintendo’s retro console re-release the NES Classic was one of the hottest Christmas gifts around, with a huge amount of demand making it very difficult for retailers to keep up. However, the system is still enjoying very healthy sales, as demonstrated by its stellar chart performance last month. In April, the NES Classic managed to outsell both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, more
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Bungie and Activision have revealed a mountain of Destiny 2 news today, with one of the most exciting announcements being that the upcoming PC edition of the game will include both 4K resolution support and an uncapped framerate. While console gamers probably didn’t have limitless frame rates on their expectation list, many may have been hoping for a smooth 60 FPS experience. Unfortunately, more
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