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  1. New Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Maps, Mode Arrives This Friday

    Publisher Activision announced some new post-launch content for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, including new maps and the return of a popular game mode.
  2. Gears 5 Update's Anniversary Event Brings Back Golden Gun Mode

    It's been 13 years since the first Gears of War launched, and The Coalition is celebrating with an update that brings about special events in Gears 5.
  3. Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Update Released

    A new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is now available. The newest title update includes a number of fixes and tweaks, beginning with additional fixes that help improve stability and minimize the likelihood of game crashes.
  4. Rumor Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Major Update OTA & 38 Upcoming Multiplayer Maps

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare overhaul update and map leaks OTA, prepare for emergency care package airdrop!
  5. Nioh 2 Open Beta Live On PlayStation 4

    The open beta for Nioh 2, the sequel to 2017's Samurai-souls experience Nioh, is now live on the PlayStation Store. Nioh 2's open beta clocks in at 12.51 GB and runs from November 1-10. It's free for all PlayStation 4 owners to download and can be played either solo or in two- to three-player online co-op.
  6. League Of Legends Reveals Its First Louis Vuitton Skin

    Riot Games is releasing the first Louis Vuitton skin for League of Legends. The skin, True Damage Qiyana Prestige Edition, has the champion’s weapon covered in the iconic Louis Vuitton pattern.
  7. Fortnite's Halloween Fortnitemares Event Now Live

    As teased, Fortnite's Fortnitemares event has returned. The Halloween-themed festivities are now underway on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices, and they include new limited-time modes, along with a new set of challenges to complete and some devilish skins and other cosmetics to earn.
  8. Red Dead Redemption 2 Online's Halloween Event Grants Special Rewards

    Red Dead Online, the multiplayer mode in Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2, has gotten a spooky update just in time for the Halloween festivities. The new additions include an anxiety-inducing game mode, a new bounty to collect, more items in the shop, and even cosmetic masks.
  9. Amazon Announces 5 Free Games For Prime Members In November

    Most gamers are generally aware of the free monthly games that come with PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold, and you've probably snagged a free game from Steam, Epic, Humble Bundle, or some other digital store from time to time. But if you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you might be missing out on another regular source of free PC games: Twitch Prime, a premium membership that comes free with Amazon Prime.
  10. New Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Update Released

    Infinity Ward has rolled out a new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This Day 1 update doesn't make any major changes to the game, but it does fix a few of the bugs in the game. The full patch notes are listed below.
  11. 2K Acknowledges Problems With WWE 2K20, Patch Coming

    With the release of WWE 2K20 this past week, both critics and players alike noticed the game was filled with glitches. While some of these glitches are hilarious, it's extremely frustrating for players expecting a finished, polished game. 2K Games has addressed the problems, and a patch is coming.
  12. Here Is EA Sports’ Plan For Its Canceled NCAA Football Game

    A design document from the dying days of the dearly departed NCAA Football series shows developers struggling to save their ship, and reorienting the franchise around user-generated content in anticipation of the series’ many licensing partners abandoning them.
  13. Fortnite Kicks Off Halloween By Bringing Back The Skull Trooper

    Halloween is just around the corner and the spooky festivities are kicking off in Fortnite this week. The popular Skull Trooper and Skull Ranger skins are back in the item shop, each with a new style. There are also some new Halloween-themed skins as well.
  14. Xbox Live Now Lets You Choose Gamertag You Want, Even If It's Taken

    The big changes to Xbox Live Gamertags announced back at E3 in June have now gone live more broadly on the console, it seems. As announced previously, players on Xbox One can now choose Gamertag you want, even if it's already taken. If you choose a Gamertag that is already claimed, Xbox will auto-generate an ID suffix of numbers after an # symbol.
  15. Pokémon Go is finally getting online player battles in 2020

    Introducing the Go Battle League, Online player battles and a ranking system are finally coming to Pokémon Go starting in 2020. As of writing, players can only battle other trainers locally, with the exception of non-player characters that can be battled whenever.
  16. Hitman 2’s Halloween Event Looks Terrifying

    On Twitter, Io-Interactive posted a reveal trailer for Hitman 2’s Halloween event, which starts Oct. 22. The trailer isn’t exactly clear on what the event entails, but it is terrifying.
  17. Steam’s Remote Play Together Feature Enters Beta Today

    A few weeks ago, Valve announced an upcoming Steam feature for fans of local multiplayer games like Towerfall Ascension or Nidhogg. Instead of forcing players to invite their real-life friends over to play video games with them in person, players can now connect over the internet through the new Remote Play Together feature. This new feature hit Steam’s beta program today.
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.