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Includes Two Free Games If You Order In Advance Through Rockstar

Red Dead Redemption 2 Coming To PC Nov. 5th

2018’s most popular cowboy simulator, Red Dead Redemption 2, is at long last making its way to PC on November 5th, 2019. What’s more, to celebrate the Red Dead series’ first PC appearance, players who purchase the game between now and October 22nd via the new Rockstar Games Launcher will receive their choice of two free games. Choices of games include: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Bully: Scholarship Edition, L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition and, Max Payne 3: The Complete Edition.

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All Is Fair In Love And Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s “Spec Ops” Survival Mode Will Be PS4 Exclusive For One Year

[Correction: The previous version of this story reported that the entire Spec Ops mode would be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 for a year. That was incorrect. The Spec Ops mode will be available on all platforms. The story has been updated to reflect that only the "Spec Ops Survival" mode will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 for a year.]

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Certification Has Slowed Release.

Stardew Valley Co-Op Now Available on PS4, Delayed on Xbox One

Eric Barone, the sole creator and constant developer for Stardew Valley, announced via Twitter (see below) that the co-op patch for his game has been delayed on the Xbox One due to failing the certification testing. He further notes that he is unsure why this happened, but that he was working with the porting team to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. On the bright side, the co-op update is now available for the PlayStation 4 version as well as the previously added PC and Nintendo Switch.

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A Slight Delay In The Return To The Past

Enhanced Editions of D&D cRPGs Slightly Delayed on Consoles

The remastered versions of Baldur’s Gate, Planescape: Torment (single-player only), and Icewind Dale, each packed with all of their content, have been delayed on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch until October 15th. Originally slated for a September release, these classic games have long been available on PC and mobile devices.

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Get Spoopy In The “Bloody Harvest”

Borderlands 3 Gets Halloween Themed Content

If you’ve been spending time in Borderlands 3 with your friends (like we have) and you’re wondering what to do next in the world of looting and shooting, you’re in luck. Developer Gearbox has announced the Bloody Harvest content for Borderlands 3 to celebrate Halloween and give all players some spooky goodies, with the only limiting factor (per the announcement post) being “Vault Hunters who have departed Pandora for the first time and started exploring the far reaches of space aboard Sanctuary III...”

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Paid Content To Be Added To “ScareScraper” and “ScreamPark” Modes

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Will Have Paid DLC

If you have been waiting for Luigi’s Mansion 3 October 31st, 2019 release date to come around, you may, like the rest of us, have been expecting Nintendo to announce any and all updates they could. However, Nintendo instead decided to keep in line with the game’s themes and be as quiet as a ghost as they placed a subtle announcement that there will be paid DLC that will add “new content” for the  ScareScraper and ScreamPark modes after launch. This announcement was placed on their website without any word via an official press release, Nintendo Direct, or even so much as a text message - talk about being “ghosted”.

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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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