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As we wait to see any kind of official word on when the first trailer for Activision’s Call of Duty: WWII will drop, we’ve just received word that a pre-order campaign for the game could kick off as soon as next week. According to Charlie Intel, a tweet sent out by a user by the name of @ParadgismShifti indicates that GameStop is set to receive promotional materials for two Activision more
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Today, Microsoft announced the Xbox Games with Gold offering for May 2017, aka the games you will receive if you’re an Xbox Gold member for said month. Microsoft provides the following brief overviews for each game: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams-Director’s Cut is a hardcore fast-paced platformer with a twist. Starting May 1, you can warp Giana’s world to transform your surroundings more
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It’s long been suspected on the back of rumors, leaks, and speculation, but it looks like this year’s Call of Duty game, being developed by Sledgehammer Games, will definitely be set in the World War 2 era. Activision has launched a new Call of Duty World War II website, confirming that the series will be returning to its historical roots at last, after increasingly frustrating fans with its more
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Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered has received its latest map pack on PC and Xbox One with the Variety Map Pack. It previously released on PlayStation 4 in March. The Variety Map Pack is essentially the same as the pack from 2008. It has four maps – Broadcast, Chinatown, Creek and Killhouse – with updated visuals to put them in line with the Remastered game. Though the more
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A whopping five games have just been added to the Xbox One backward compatibility lineup. As announced by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter, 3D Ultra Minigolf, Golf: Tee It Up!, Gin Rummy, Contra, and RoboBlitz will all be appearing on the backward compatible list today. In the case of Contra, that’s the 2006 re-released version of the game that appeared on the Xbox Live Arcade. If more
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New multiplayer details on Star Wars Battlefront II have finally surfaced, several days after the recent Star Wars Celebration and the sequel’s initial revealed. The multiplayer information was cultivated by YouTuber BattlefrontUpdates, who posted audio from the behind-closed-doors Q&A with design director Dennis Brannvall. For a more comprehensive breakdown of the multiplayer details, more
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Microsoft confirmed today that the Xbox Game Pass Alpha will be ending on April 28. This was divulged through the Xbox Insider app on Xbox One, which left players with the following message: “Thank you for participating in the Xbox Game Pass Alpha Preview…Your feedback has been invaluable and will make the service better for all gamers….We’re getting close to launch and Xbox Game Pass more
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It’s that time of the year again where rumours swirl about when the next Call of Duty will be revealed. After artwork and other material leaked for Call of Duty: WWII, it seems that Activision could be officially announcing it this weekend. As per NeoGAF, IGN teased that some news would be breaking over the weekend and covered next week. Kotaku’s Jason Schreier, who’s been pretty spot-on more
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GOG has announced that starting today, Saints Row 4, and Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell will be available on the DRM-free platform. In celebration, the site is offering Saints Row 2 completely free for the next 48 hours. This is the first DRM-free release for either game, and they’re priced very well, too. Saints Row 4 will run you $5/£3.75/€5. Gat Out of Hell is priced more
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Today, developer Behaviour Digital and publisher Starbreeze Studios announced that multiplayer (4vs1) horror game, Dead by Daylight, is set to launch on PS4 and Xbox One both at retail via 505 Games and digitally on June 20th in North America and June 23rd in Europe for $29.99 USD, which is $10 more than it currently is on Steam. As you may know, Dead by Daylight first released on PC back in more
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