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  1. Metro Exodus Expansion Pass Details New Playable Characters

    The latest entry in the Metro franchise, Metro Exodus, will receive an expansion pass that includes two new story missions featuring two new playable characters, Deep Silver and 4A Games have announced.
  2. Microsoft And Sony Announce Partnership For Gaming And Cloud Services

    Microsoft and Sony have announced plans for a strategic partnership that will include technology and information sharing, as well as shared infrastuctures for some of their initiatives.
  3. Fortnite Update 9.01 Reveals New Weapon And More

    Fortnite updates continue to arrive at their usual pace, and the latest patch, v9.01, adds a new weapon and more.
  4. Red Dead Redemption 2 Online Mode Leaves Beta With Huge Update

    Red Dead Redemption 2's multiplayer component, Red Dead Online, has been receiving a steady stream of patches and content since launching in open beta last November, and now the online mode is finally moving out of its beta phase with this week's update.
  5. Epic Games Store Picks Up Another PC Timed-Exclusive

    The Epic Games Store has locked down yet another timed exclusive PC release.
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    Fortnite Season 9 Update Now Available

    Fortnite Season 9 officially begins today and developer Epic Games has released lengthy patch notes detailing everything that is being added, tweaked, and changed to the wildly popular battle royale title.
  7. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Is Expected To Sell 8 Million Copies

    Electronic Arts has shared sales projections for a number of its upcoming projects such as Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, as well as the new Need for Speed and Plants vs. Zombies titles.
  8. The Division 2's New Loot Changes Canceled Thanks To Feedback

    Ubisoft has announced Title Update 3, set to go live in The Division 2 this month, will not increase the game's Gear Score to 515 like previously stated.
  9. Amid Plagiarism Accusation, Bethesda Removes Elder Scrolls Tabletop Game Adventure

    An Elder Scrolls tabletop RPG scenario has been pulled following accusations of plagiarism.
  10. Rainbow Six Siege Update; Patch Notes Revealed

    Rainbow Six Siege has long had a problem with team-killing, but developer Ubisoft has a new solution going live soon to help alleviate the issue. Reverse friendly fire, as it's called, has been in testing for a while and arrives on public PS4, Xbox One, and PC servers on May 8.
  11. Black Ops 4 Update Brings Back Blackout's Alcatraz Map

    Treyarch has rolled out a new update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Following its debut on PS4 last week, Operation Specter Rising has expanded to Xbox One and PC, while a double XP event for featured playlists and other changes are now live on all platforms.
  12. New Destiny 2 Patch Nerfs Spectral Blades, Fixes Xur

    Destiny 2’s final patch before the Season of Opulence is live. Patch 2.2.2. doesn’t add any new content to the game, but it will make playing Destiny 2’s multiplayer a lot more enjoyable. Bungie finally nerfed Spectral Blades, the new Hunter Super from Forsaken. The bug preventing progress in Xur’s Invitation of the Nine questline is also gone.
  13. Xbox One Backwards Compatible List Gains Two New Games

    Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has revealed two more Xbox 360 games are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. As usual, you can play the games on Xbox One if you already own them, but both are available for purchase on the console's online marketplace as well.
  14. Kids Are Getting Bullied Into Spending Money On Fortnite

    In a private school where tuition is high, students can bicker about clothes, shoe brands, cellphones, or video games. At Paul Towler’s middle school, where he teaches English to seventh and eighth graders, some kids “have enough money to be comfortable and others’ parents are owners of giant nationwide restaurant chains,” he says. Towler is used to seeing such disparities play out in the real world through objects that you can physically hold.
  15. EA Access Coming To PS4 This July

    EA Access is expanding to PlayStation 4 this summer. Starting in July, PS4 owners will be able to take part in the same console subscription service previously exclusive to Microsoft's Xbox One.