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Killing Floor 2 Gets “Grim Treatment“ for Halloween

Halloween means all of the best, spooky content for the games we love and Killing Floor 2 is no exception. David Amata, Product Lead from developer Tripwire Interactive, was quoted on Xbox.com’s coverage of Killing Floor 2’s Halloween event, “Grim Treatments.” The update brings five new weapons, new maps, Halloween themed goodies and more. This completely free content update is currently available across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC with a trailer below showing off all of the goodies here to help you fight the spooky undead.

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There's never been a better time to play Destiny

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Stream Recap and Impressions

Last week, Bungie made some significant changes to Destiny 2. Specifically, they shifted the base game ("New Light") to be free-to-play, revamped how armor works in the game, put everyone on the same equal footing (i.e., level 50 character with power level 750), shifted how a few activities work, added a "Season Rank" (aka, "Battle Pass"), and also dropped a new content update, Shadowkeep. It's a lot to go through, and we did our best to cover it during our "Let's Play Co-Op" stream this week.

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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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Still weird this wasn't built in at launch

You Can Now Play With Friends Online in Super Mario Maker 2

Update 1.1.0 is now available for Super Mario Maker 2 and it features some much needed co-op improvements. First, you can now play courses online with friends rather than a group of strangers. You can also now choose what courses to play, either a random selection from the "Course World," courses you have created, or courses you have downloaded from "Course World." Finally, four player couch co-op can be launched directly on any course in the "Course World" without having to download the course first.

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Hold on to yer butts!

Destiny 2: New Light and Shadowkeep Launch Today

The day some of us have been waiting for has finally arrived: "Shadowkeep," the newest expansion to Destiny 2, has arrived. It also brings with it the free-to-play version of the game, dubbed Destiny 2: New Light, so you and your buddies can team up for some fun regardless of who's bought or played what. However, the division of what's included in each of these things can be a bit confusing, so we've attempted to break it all down below. Fair warning: it's a long read.

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Not what I was expecting

Mortal Kombat 11 Will Get Co-Op Team Raids in Next Patch

NetherRealm Studios has revealed their bringing some co-op to Mortal Kombat 11, the latest entry in the long-running fighting series. The new mode, called "Team Raids," will pit three online players against one challenging opponent. While you will all be fighting the same opponent at the same time and all be doing damage to its health to bring it down, you'll be doing it in your own "fight line" so it'll look like a standard 1v1 match. Confused? Yeah, probably better to see it in action.

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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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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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*clears weekend calendar*

Free Content Arrives Today for Remnant: From the Ashes

The first and second free content updates for Gunfire Games' Remnant: From the Ashes arrive today to give you more reasons (wait, you needed more?) to check out this excellent third-person action RPG. In addition to a new Earth dungeon that will randomly be shuffled into the mix each time you start/re-roll a campaign, you can check out all there is to offer in the different worlds of Remnant without having to start a new campaign thanks to the new Adventure Mode.

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