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After a long wait and plenty of leaks, it’s finally official: Eight months after launch, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is getting a standalone launch. When Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launched last year, Modern Warfare Remastered came packed into special editions of the game, but there was no way to buy the overhauled Call of Duty 4 separately. Now, fans of the 2007 classic will ...read more
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Call of Duty: WWII‘s Headquarters social space will pull many influences from the interactions found in World of Warcraft, such as questing and mail. Headquarters in Call of Duty: WWII is a social feature that allows up to 48 players to hang out in a communal space, team up for matches, and enjoy a variety of social content. While discussing the feature with Eurogamer (via PvP Live), ...read more
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While Microsoft may have drawn a line in the sand with the Xbox One X, proclaiming that we are now in a world beyond traditional console generations, and Nintendo may have sidestepped the traditional generational progression entirely, Sony apparently still believes in the conventional understanding of what a console generation is. Speaking to German outlet Golem.de, PlayStation’s America ...read more
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You can count on A Way Out, and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons director to shoot it to you straight. Josef Fares, the lead at A Way Out developer Hazelight, is known for being passionate and direct. His presentation at EA’s E3 2017 showcase was one of the show’s highlights. It’s easy to expect the creative lead to not beat around the bush when he’s trying to make a point then. ...read more
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Battlefield 1‘s massive June Update is nearly upon us, bringing with it the game’s first night-only multiplayer map, Nivelle Nights. The June Update is set to drop Tuesday, June 20th, with multiplayer going down for approximately two hours on every platform while it is implemented. The update will roll out at different times for each platform, listed below: PC- 12:00 a.m. PT PS4- 2:00 ...read more
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During the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds DreamHack tournament currently underway, developer Bluehole revealed that the game’s next monthly update, due out before the end of June, is going to bring us another new weapon to play with. This time it’s going to be a pistol in the Glock 18-C. The studio only released a single image for the weapon officially, but did not reveal other gameplay ...read more
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered hasn’t been announced for standalone release, but at this stage we’re all pretty damn convinced its happening despite no announcements at E3 2017. The latest info drop on the subject comes from the reliable Charlie Intel, citing an anonymous tipster. While the information can’t be verified, the site has been supplied with images of a convincing ...read more
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Cities: Skylines is coming to PlayStation 4. The city building game developed by Colossal Order was released on Xbox One and Windows 10 earlier this year on April 21. As with the Xbox One version,Cities: Skylines on PS4 will include the After Dark expansion, which was released for PC, Mac and Linux in September 2015. The first expansion to the game, After Dark features additional ...read more
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Last week Activision finally lifted the lid on Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer, offering up a trailer and a playable build at E3. Thanks to Charlie Intel, we now know the 12 scoresctreaks that were included in that build of the game. Presumably more will be in the final game, but for now here are the ones we know about. As well as revealing multiplayer, Activision also released new ...read more
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Sony’s E3 2017 showcase was criticised for a number of reasons. It was shorter than usual, featured no surprises, and was largely devoid of updated release dates for previously announced titles. Days Gone, God of War, Detroit: Become Human, and Spider-Man were all billed as 2018 games, but you had to go digging to find out if that means March, or the end of next year. Shawn Layden, ...read more
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