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  1. This Week's PS4, PS3, And Vita Deals Announced

    Sony has revealed the latest selection of PlayStation Store deals for the US. Headlining this week's batch of discounts is a Bandai Namco sale, which offers PS4, PS3, and Vita owners savings on many of the publisher's titles.
  2. Resident Evil 7 Definitive Gold Edition Announced, Next DLC Dated

    Those who've yet to purchase Capcom's acclaimed horror game Resident Evil 7 will have a chance to pick up the entire experience in one package. Today, the publisher announced Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition, which is releasing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this December.
  3. The Five Biggest Changes In Destiny 2

    If there's a single word to describe Destiny 2, it's disruption. In the sequel to Bungie's popular shared-world shooter, the Guardians of Earth have finally met their match with a new villain who's got his eyes on The Traveler.
  4. Call Of Duty: WW2 Beta Ends, Here's What's Changing For Launch

    After two weekends, the Call of Duty: WWII beta has ended. In a blog post, developer Sledgehammer Games thanked fans for participating and sending in their feedback, and the studio also outlined some of the changes it's making for the final launch in November.
  5. Borderlands Studio Teases New Project And It's Probably Borderlands 3

    Borderlands studio Gearbox has given a strong hint that Borderlands 3 is on the way. Speaking at PAX West this weekend, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford teased that around 90 percent of the company's production staff are "working on the thing I think most of you guys want us to be working on," according to DualShockers.
  6. Rainbow Six Siege Operation Blood Orchid Drops Tomorrow, New Trailer

    Rainbow Six Siege's largest update yet, Operation Blood Orchid, drops tomorrow. From new Operators to improvements in the game's lighting system, this update may not change the way the game is played, but it is a massive overhaul to how the title appears.
  7. Here's A Good Xbox One S Deal

    If you're looking for a new Xbox One S, Microsoft has rolled out a pretty solid offer through its own Microsoft Store. For as little as $250, you can get a new console and up to three free games, and it works on pre-orders too.
  8. LawBreakers Getting New Maps, Features, Class, And More

    LawBreakers, the new shooter from Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski, is getting some substantial-sounding updates. The game's official Twitter account has posted a preview of the game's post-launch roadmap for new content and features. It shows that players can expect new maps, features, another class, and more in the time ahead.
  9. Xbox One Keyboard And Mouse Support "Definitely" Still Coming

    For a long time now, Microsoft has said the Xbox One will add support for keyboard and mouse...eventually. Now, Xbox director Mike Ybarra has confirmed that this is still coming, and in fact, we might hear about the first supported titles quite soon. Speaking at a PAX West panel this weekend, Ybarra said keyboard and mouse support is "definitely coming," adding that he's aware of the concerns people have about keyboard and mouse users having the upper hand against people using a controller.
  10. Astro Reveals Wireless PS4, Xbox One, PC Headset; Includes Call Of Duty Edition

    Headset manufacturer Astro revealed the A20 at PAX West, which is a wireless gaming headset that shares many design similarities to its wired counterpart, the Astro A10. It's slated for release at an unspecified date in October with versions for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles priced at $150 USD (both SKUs are compatible with Windows 10 PCs). Astro is also putting out two additional versions with Call of Duty branding for $160 USD, which the company said to support the launch of Call...
  11. AMD Threadripper 1900X CPU; Outperforms Ryzen 7 In Productivity

    AMD has come out strong this year with Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs, and the company continues to roll out more versions of its new processors. The 1900X is the 8-core/16-thread CPU on the sTR4 socket and X399 platform, and it's now the cheapest option in the Threadripper family at $550.
  12. Dead Rising 4 Coming To PS4 With New Game Mode

    Capcom has announced that Dead Rising 4 will be available on PlayStation 4 on December 5. The open-world zombie game initially launched in December 2016 for Xbox One and March 2017 for PC. It has remained exclusive to those Microsoft platforms until now.
  13. Halo 5's Big Weapon Balance Changes Detailed

    It's almost been two years since Halo 5: Guardians came out in October 2015. While developer 343 Industries is no doubt working on Halo 6, a portion of the team continues to release updates for Halo 5, and this continues with a big weapon tuning update.
  14. More Free Xbox One And Xbox 360 Games Available Now

    It's the beginning of September, which means Xbox Live Gold members can now pick up more free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games as part of the Games With Gold program.
  15. Destiny 2: Exact Unlock Time, When The Raid Starts, And More

    With Destiny 2's release coming up next week, Bungie has now answered more key details about the launch and more. Starting off, Bungie confirmed when the game's servers will go live: it'll be a rolling midnight release across the world.