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    Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta Dates Announced

    Treyarch has shared more details about the upcoming beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. The developer revealed that it will host two separate tests for the shooter one for multiplayer, the other for the battle royale-style Blackout mode ahead of the game's launch, with the first scheduled to kick off next month.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Everything We Know So Far

    Following a tantalizingly brief teaser trailer back in March, Nintendo formally unveiled its next Super Smash Bros. game at E3 2018. The new installment in the beloved fighting series arrives on Nintendo Switch later this year, and while there are still undoubtedly many details we don't yet know about it, Nintendo revealed a ton of information about the game during its June presentation, giving us a good idea of what to expect.
  3. EA Access Adds Another Game To Their Vault

    One of the best perks of an EA Access subscription is that you can play games from an ever-growing catalog--"The Vault," as EA calls it--of free games. This catalog expands further this week with the launch of The Sims 4, which is now in the library.
  4. Fortnite Season 5 Update Adds Nintendo Switch Motion Controls

    Fortnite Season 5 has begun, introducing a ton of new map changes as well as outfits and other doodads to collect. If you're playing on the Nintendo Switch, though, you have one more surprise waiting for you. That version added gyroscopic motion controls, according to today's patch notes.
  5. Last Chance For These Xbox One Games With Gold Freebies

    It's nearly the middle of July, which means time is running out for Xbox Live Gold subscribers to grab two of the Games With Gold that is available now. One is Smite Gold Bundle, an Xbox One holdover from June.
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    Fortnite Season 5 Update Out Now; Here's What's New

    Season 5 of Fortnite has finally arrived, with developer Epic Games updating the game to introduce new content and tweaks. The patch is currently being pushed out on all platforms across the world, and Epic has released the full Fortnite Season 5 patch notes for what's included.
  7. The New Halo Arcade Game Is Coming To Australia

    Halo Fireteam Raven, the new Halo arcade game announced earlier this year, is coming to Australia. The game will be playable at Time zone locations in Australia later this month in Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast, and Perth.
  8. Xbox One PUBG Test Server Is Back

    PUBG Corp. has released a new update for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The PUBG test server (PTS) is once again live, and there's a ton of new content for players to try out. The server will remain open to all Xbox One PUBG players until July 16 at 1 AM PDT / 9 AM CEST.
  9. Destiny 2 Finally Gets A New Enemy Faction In Forsaken DLC

    Destiny has gone a long time without a new faction to test your abilities. The Taken were introduced via DLC, but even they were reused enemy types--albeit with a cool blue glow. Then Destiny 2 came without introducing a new faction at all, but the upcoming expansion Destiny 2: Forsaken will correct that.
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    Survival Game Subnautica Coming to PS4 This Year

    PlayStation gamers – I am excited to tell you that Panic Button is developing the PS4 version of Subnautica, and Unknown Worlds is launching the game this holiday season! Also, you can pre-order the physical version of the game (thanks to Gearbox Publishing) starting today.
  11. Xbox Game Pass Adds Two Games This Week

    Two more games are being added to the Xbox Game Pass library this week, the first of which is out now. Psyonix's hit soccer-with-cars game Rocket League is now available in the subscription service catalog, while Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is coming on July 11.
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    Far Cry 5: Lost On Mars DLC Launching Next Week

    Far Cry 5 will launch its next round of DLC, this time taking a journey to Mars, next week. The "Lost On Mars" adventure will hit PC, PS4, and Xbox One on July 17. You can buy it standalone for $10, or with the $30 Season Pass. Needless to say, you won't be in Montana anymore.
  13. Here Are This Weeks Deals With Gold

    Heads up, deal hunters: a new sale on Xbox One and Xbox 360 games is live on the Microsoft Store. You can find the full list here, but we've sorted through the offers and selected some of the best deals on the best games below.
  14. Xbox One Adds 2 Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft has rolled out some more backwards compatible games for Xbox One. As Major Nelson revealed on Twitter, another pair Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the current-gen console: the fantasy strategy game Overlord and its sequel, Overlord II.
  15. New Battle Royale The Culling 2 Out Now

    The battle royale of battle royales continues, as another take on the popular genre has touched down. The Culling 2 is the sequel to 2016's title, which boasts itself as the first built-from-scratch battle royale game. It's available on Steam, PS4, and Xbox One now for $20.