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They're doing the Monster Mash

Enjoy Some Spooky Treats in Fortnite

October comes to a close today, and thus we're afforded one last chance to enjoy all of the Halloween-themed content offerings in our games before they get replaced by new holiday-based cosmetics. Epic Games dropped some new content into Fortnite last week that provides players with a chance to pick up a rocket launcher that shoots pumpkins, and also added some appropriately themed missions.

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The portals to a hell dimension are also cursed

Metal Gear Survive Gets Release Date, Pre-Order Goodies

An official website for Konami's Metal Gear Survive went up last week and there's quite a bit of info to parse through there. While the official release date (Feb. 20, 2018) and a better explanation of what the co-op will entail (more on that in a sec) are nice things to know, there was another bit of info that might be a bit of a bummer to folks out there: you'll always need to be online to play, even in single-player.

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Now that is how co-op is done

Hire a Co-op Friend in the New Far Cry 5 Trailer

There are many types of co-op from the sublime to the ridiculous.  We like a Horde mode, but the very best co-op is when you can play a game together - all the game.  This is exactly what Far Cry 5 is setting out to do and the new trailer highlights some of the fun you and a pal are going to have (well as much fun as you can have when going up against a cult).

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Just when you thought it was safe to be Cabal.

Our Weekend In Gaming: The Return Of Destiny 2

Well, it was bound to happen.  Destiny 2 was released on PC this week, so naturally, the Co-Opticrew couldn't resist the chance to dive back in for a little keyboard'n'mouse loot shooting.  Autobanning issues aside, the game seems to be pretty fantastic on the home computer.  It won't have that sweet, sweet Playstation-exclusive content (at least for a while), but maybe it's worth it if you're allergic to auto-aim.

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We should be heisting on the go sometime this winter.

PAYDAY 2 Dev Diary Reminds Us That It's Still Coming To Switch

If there's a new console on the market, you can almost guarantee that the folks at Overkill Software are already hard at work porting a version of PAYDAY 2 to it.  The Nintendo Switch is no different, and, as announced during April's Nintendo Direct, the first person heisting experience is on its way to the console this winter.

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Some great ideas marred by a weird push into the realm of eSports

Final Update for Battleborn Dropped Last Week, Development Over

So it was that with a forum post notification of the update being available, Gearbox's Battleborn came to an end, of a sorts. The servers are still up and running, and will continue that way for at least the "foreseeable future," but content development has ended and there won't be any further balance patches.

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Bungie outlines a better defined "season of content"

New Gear and Clan Perks Next Season in Destiny 2

Towards the latter half of Destiny's lifespan, seasonal events, like the Halloween-themed "Festival of the Lost" or the winter-themed "The Dawning," started popping up. At this past weekend's TwitchCon, Bungie said that one of the improvements they have planned for Destiny 2 is to have four clearly defined seasons within the game and that each season will bring with it tweaks/improvements, and new loot.

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