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SMITE's 3.17 Patch Adds Dedicated PvE Mode for a Limited Time

While Hi-Rez's SMITE has allowed you to team up with a group of friends to take on a group of A.I. bots in any of the main match types, it hasn't had a dedicated PvE mode until the most recent patch dropped on the PC. The new mode, "Xing Tian's Mountain," pits five players against a selection of challenges, like fighting two gods (Ra and Vamana) that become empowered when the other dies, with each one becoming more difficult the more you succeed.

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Maybe you could do your own version of 1 vs 100

Latest ARK: Survival Evolved Patch Adds New Map, 100 Player Servers

The first official mod for the Xbox One and PC versions of ARK: Survival Evolved has arrived. The "Center" map, which was designed by modder Ben Burkhart using official modding tools from Studio Wildcard, is now available for your dino-riding pleasure as a free update. What's more, you can enjoy this map with up to 100 of your friends!

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Added to the "Allied Commander" mode

Next StarCraft II Patch Will Add New Co-Op Mission

Blizzard has teased a new Co-Op Mission (what used to be known as "Allied Commanders" mode) for StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void. Dubbed "Chain of Ascension," this new challenge will place players on the side of Ji'nara as she engages in a mental battle against a mysterious foe. Failure means this new threat will gain control "of the death fleet from Alarak." I don't know what those words means, but a death fleet sounds cool.

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Also, a kangaroo

Xbox One Version of ARK: Survival Evolved Receives Update

Looks like the prehistoric world of ARK: Survival Evolved is quite popular on the Xbox One; enough so that new servers were needed to support the whole affair. In the title's first major content update late last week, the developers addressed a few of the issues that have arisen since the title's "work-in-progress" release via Xbox Game Preview, and brought the content of the game up to parity with PC version 231.9.

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First of two updates planned for this month

Ubisoft Patches Rainbow 6 Siege to Improve Hit Detection

An update to Rainbow 6 Siege arrived on the PC version last week and is slated to be released to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions tomorrow. The main focus of the patch was to fix issues around hits on enemies/players actually being registered. For the moment, this particular tweak is for the PC but Ubisoft plans on releasing it to consoles once they've gotten more data about whether it works or not from the PC.

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Along with new gear, revised gear, and other new areas

Next Diablo 3 Patch Reveals New Area

Here we are, three and a half years after its initial release, and Diablo 3 is still going strong. Just prior to all the excitement that was BlizzCon 2015, some patch notes hit the Diablo website for what's in store for patch version 2.4. One of the bigger items on the list is a new area, Greyhollow Island, that will be accessible in Adventure Mode.

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An interesting change to the game

New Bloodborne Patch Will Scale Lower Level Players to Host

The Souls series and, by extension, Bloodborne haven't always been the easiest when it comes to connecting with your friends. Arguments about core mechanics of how summons are intended to work aside, it appears that gothic horror adventure title will be getting a patch next week to make matching easier and, more intriguing, to scale the stats of lower level players to the host.

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All about dat loot

Latest Assassin's Creed Unity Update Includes Master Key

One of the elements of Assassin's Creed Unity that I found so odd was the companion app that came along with it. The "Assassin's Creed Inc" mission system - wherein you recruit and send off fellow assassins on missions - had been entirely relegated to this companion app and completing these missions unlocked chests in the main game to get new equipment or money. Hopefully you didn't spend too much time with that app because all of those chests are now unlocked. For free.

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