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What Is Undead Cannot Die

World War Z Receives Season 2 Roadmap

World War Z’s first season of content just ended last month and already developer Saber Interactive has released their roadmap for the second season of free content with a simple, easy to read image, which can be found below. There's no specific timeline provided for all this, just "Q4 2019,” so it will not be long to wait before hordes of new content comes crashing into World War Z across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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All Dressed Up But No Place To Go

Woo-dy Wooden 67 Keys RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review

Let’s have a moment of transparency. I don’t write in a formal office nor do I play games in a special gaming room built and arranged for just such a purpose; both of these things can happen in coffee shops, at friends’ places, or, most often, at home. Knowing that my work, pleasure, and daily life may bleed into one another at any given moment has kept me aware of the aesthetic that my dedicated work/gaming/living space has, even when I’m not using it. To that end, Woo-dy delivers a sleek, very sharp-looking keyboard that adds a no-frills aesthetic to whatever area in which the work may be getting done.

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Great New Pre-Launch Trailer

New Ghost Recon Breakpoint Trailer Feat. Lil Wayne

Video game trailers that take a comedic approach can be hit or miss, but the new trailer for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint featuring Lil’ Wayne and directed by David Leitch (“Deadpool 2”) is a complete success. Not only does the trailer show off nothing but co-op action, but it pokes fun at the celebrity involved on a personal level, rather than just having him playing (or lack thereof) Breakpoint. You can check out the trailer below.

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The Cataclysm That Never Ends

Anthem Leaves “Acts” for “Updates”

BioWare has officially ditched their post-launch plans for their ever-in-a-downward-spiral game, Anthem. Instead of delivering “Acts” that contained a few large content updates, they will now focus on addressing “core issues” while providing smaller “seasonal updates.” What this means for the community is that rather than continuing to roll out varied, monumental events, the team will be working to improve the core game and “deliver challenges and chases” similar to what was released a couple of months after its initial release, at least for this year. 

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Let’s Get Physical

Gang Beasts Gets Physical Release

If you and your friends enjoy throwing other friends into traffic, down skyscrapers, off of blimps, and into freezing waters from atop icebergs, but said friends also hate digital games, you and those friends are in luck! Gang Beasts is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in a physical release (thanks to Skybound Games) on December 3rd, 2019. While pricing has not been announced at this time, the game currently retails digitally at $19.99 across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you have not seen Gang Beasts in action you can do so by checking out the physical release trailer below.

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New Platforms, New Trailer

Fight ‘N Rage Coming to Consoles

If you’ve been fighting ‘n raging in Fight ‘N Rage on PC since 2017 you may be asking yourself “What am I to do now with this persistent need to fight ‘n rage when I’m on the go?” Or “What about ragin’ ‘n fightin’ on consoles? And what’s killing the bees in our modern world, anyway?” If these questions apply to you, ask no more! Fight ‘N Rage will be coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on Sept 27th, and on the PlayStation 4 “soon.”

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