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The team at Game Informer has been doing a great job at covering all the aspects of Call of Duty: WWII, since Activision’s game is on the publication’s latest cover with an old-style motif. And today, it revealed even more from the game, in the form of new gameplay from the multiplayer portion of it. The footage provides a great look at the company’s top-notch map design, while at the more
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Call of Duty: WWII may be just around the corner, but in the meantime, good old dependable Call of Duty: Black Ops III is still going strong. Black Ops III recently received a new exploit-squashing patch, and now developer Treyarch have added two new guns and a camo to the game’s Black Market. Let’s run through all the new additions, shall we?
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Sonic Mania has been well-received by fans and critics, in a way no other Sonic the Hedgehog game has in the last 15 years. That’s according to the official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter, who tweeted a snapshot of the game’s Metacritic page to confirm that Mania is in fact the highest-rated new Sonic game in 15 years. The Sonic series’ Metacritic page is full of low-scoring entries. more
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Gamescom 2017 is almost upon us, and Activision has revealed every game that it’s bringing to the show floor. First up is Call of Duty: WWII, one of Activision’s biggest games of 2017. Convention attendees will be able to play the content coming in the private multiplayer beta ahead of that test’s global launch, and can see some of the new multiplayer maps and modes at the Sony more
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Call of Duty: WWII will bring the popular franchise back to the European battlefields of World War II, and today Sledgehammer Games Studio Head Glen Schofield took to twitter to answer several questions from the fans, providing a lot of information Schofield explained the reasons why the European front was chosen instead of the Pacific, mentioned that he and others in the studio had family more
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Call of Duty: WWII is just a few months away from release, and Sledgehammer Games made some great choices with the game’s design. But some fans have been wondering why certain choices were made with the game – like, for instance, the decision to go with the European front. Fortunately, Sledgehammer co-founder Glen Schofield provided a few answers recently on Twitter, to fill in the blanks more
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For fans eager to see the future of PlayStation, tickets are now on sale for this year’s PlayStation Experience event. As Sony announced during E3, PlayStation Experience 2017 will run December 9th and 10th at the Anaheim Convention Center. Passes are now available to purchase on the event’s official website. Two-day early bird tickets can be picked up at the discounted price of $65, while more
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Call of Duty: WWII developers strived to keep the shooter’s Nazi Zombies mode in line with that of previous installments, while also giving the new experience a horror identity unlike anything fans have yet seen. The mode’s creative director Cameron Dayton and senior director of development Jon Horsley recently sat down with Game Informer to emphasize the scare-factor that Sledgehammer more
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2K Games has given players some fantastic franchises and games to enjoy over the past few years like the Borderlands series, the revived XCOM series, and more, with many of the publisher’s games now available on the cheap for PlayStation owners. Humble Bundle has revealed their latest offering with the Humble 2K PlayStation Bundle, which packages together many of the company’s well-known more
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Microsoft has boasted their upcoming Xbox One X will be the beefiest console ever made, easily outstripping the capabilities of the PlayStation 4 Pro, but that balance of power may be about to change. AMD, whose processors power both the PS4 and Xbox One, has announced a new cutting-edge processing technology, and only the PS4 Pro supports it. The new tech, which will be available via AMD’s more
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