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  1. FIFA 20 Rolls Out No-Racism Kits In Solidarity With England

    Following the abusive taunts of racist fans in Bulgaria, EA Sports’ FIFA developers have had enough. A set of “No Room For Racism” kits from the English Premier League will be available for FIFA 20’s virtual players, free of charge, in a week-long antiracism campaign beginning today.
  2. Crusader Kings 3 Gallops Onto PCs In 2020

    Crusader Kings 3, the next instalment of Paradox Interactive’s grand strategy franchise, is arriving next year on PCs — via Steam and Xbox Game Pass for PC. Paradox shared the news this weekend at its annual PDXCON gathering for fans of the publisher’s game.
  3. BattleTech’s Next Update Brings Massive New Mechs

    Harebrained Schemes’ BattleTech, which launched in April 2018, is closing in on the end of its Season Pass downloadable content. Two pieces of post-launch DLC already introduced new missions, mechanics, ‘Mechs, and maps. Now the third, called Heavy Metal, is bringing out the big guns. The $19.99 update, due out on Nov. 12, promises to add eight massive new machines to the game.
  4. New Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Gameplay Trailer

    Rockstar has released a new trailer for the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2. The trailer showcases how RDR2 will look in 4K at 60fps and is narrated by protagonist Arthur Morgan.
  5. Pokemon Sword & Shield: You Can Skip The Pokemon Catching Tutorial

    At the beginning of every Pokemon game, you can expect two things: a man who loves the power of science and technology, and a person who teaches you the basics of catching Pokemon. The science guy is definitely present in Pokemon Sword and Shield, but the Pokemon-catching tutorial is, for the first time since Pokemon Crystal in 2000, not mandatory.