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While there are a ton of people who either love or hate Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s battle royale mode Blackout, one thing’s for certain: there’s no denying how transparent Treyarch’s been about changes and issues concerning the mode. In continuing with that spirit, Treyarch’s game design director David Vonderhaar took to Twitter yesterday to discuss
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Earlier today, Destiny 2 players on Xbox One and PC began noticing that they were able to get their hands on a PlayStation 4-exclusive weapon called the Wavesplitter, much to fans excitement. Of course, since gamers can’t have anything nice in this world (sarcasm, of course), this turned out to be a major bug that’s been
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To keep up with the litany of free-to-play battle royale games on the market, Activision has opted to now make Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout battle royale mode free for the entirety of April. Starting tomorrow on April 2, Blackout will be free-to-play across all of Black Ops 4’s platforms on PS4, Xbox One, and
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Despite some stiff multiplatform competition, Nintendo’s latest Switch-exclusive Yoshi’s Crafted World has found itself at the top of the weekly UK sales chart in its first week of availability. Releasing this past Friday, Yoshi’s Crafted World was able to beat out both Ubisoft’s The Division 2 and last week’s top-seller Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The Switch itself continues to
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It’s no hidden secret that Activision likes to add microtransactions into their games. But more infamously, the company has been trying to sneak in absurd microtransactions into Call of Duty titles over the years and Black Ops 4 is certainly no exception. Now, Michael Condrey, the co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, has spoken out about how they were implemented in his
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This generation feels defined by two types of games–the games-as-a-service model and the remasters. Aimed at the crippling nostalgia gamers seem to have (I know I do) the era of 90s games have started to hit the market in full force now in remastered form. It’s easy to look at these kinds of games at
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In its first week of availability, FromSoftware and Activision’s newest action title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has debuted at the top of the weekly sales chart in the UK. Sekiro unseated last week’s winner atop the chart, Ubisoft’s The Division 2, which has now fallen down to the second position. It was a close race between Sekiro and The Division
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