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2020-05-26
Following their release on the Epic Games Store, Quantic Dream's best known games--including Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human--are headed to Steam very soon.The games will be released on Valve's digital storefront on June 18, Quantic Dream has announced. If you're interested in the games but not sure you want to buy them, each game has a free demo available on Steam right now.Quantic Dream Games On SteamHeavy Rain Free DemoBeyond: Two Souls Free DemoDetroit: Become Human Free DemoQuantic Dream originally released these games as exclusives for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 but the French studio was never owned by Sony. The company is now developing multiplatform games and is seeking to also become a "boutique publisher."Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
International Museum Day is upon us, an actual holiday that exists, apparently. Never one to shy away from obscure holidays and seasonal events, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is treating the day as an in-game event. It's called the Stamp Rally, and it runs through May 31. That means you still have a few days left to participate before it will be gone, so read on to learn all about the event and how you can make the most of it. Like the May Day event that took place at the beginning of the month, the Stamp Rally gives you a week to visit your island’s museum in order to collect stamps and give you an excuse to spend some time fully appreciating Blathers’ beautiful building of bugs, bones, and bass (among other fish). Read on for a look at what the Stamp Rally entails and then check out our look at the Animal Crossing events calendar.How To Participate In Stamp RallyTaking part in the Stamp Rally couldn’t be simpler. Head into your island’s museum and speak to Blathers, who will explain the event and invite you to visit three different wings of the building--the fish, bug, and fossil wings. The art wing, if you have access to it, isn’t a part of this Stamp Rally event.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is in the works for the launch of both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X (as well as PC and current systems), and it's going to introduce a few changes to the Assassin's Creed formula. The two most recent games in the series, Origins and Odyssey, have taken the series in a new direction by melding the action gameplay with RPG elements. Valhalla isn't necessarily dropping those, but it sounds like progression will be a bit different in the new game. It should serve as a more comfortable play experience for fans of the earlier games, which were pure action-adventure games with very little in the way of role-playing elements.Talking to Kotaku, creative director Ashraf Ismail has delved into the game's progression system, as well as how new missions will be doled out, among other details. Ismail says that one of the goals with this game is to prevent players from hitting progression walls, so that you're less likely to need to grind to level up."We have a new take on progression in this game," Ismail says. "We have more the concept of power, power that is gained through, let’s say, the player gaining skills." He wants to avoid "big progression walls" with this game, so that players can explore freely without being held back too much.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has an interesting economy, to say the least. If you've been playing the game for at least a few days, you've likely sold fruit, bugs, fish, and various random items to make a quick bell. But as your house payments get bigger and you move to make infrastructure improvements, you'll need more and more money. Luckily, you can make hundreds of thousands of bells in high-risk, high-reward speculation in Animal Crossing: New Horizons' equivalent of the stock market: the stalk market. You'll need to make the most of it, too, with interest rates getting reduced in-game, and make sure you are ready to play at the right time!Named for the turnips you're buying and selling, the stalk market is a finicky thing. But you can stand to make major profits if you keep an eye on Timmy and Tommy's prices and know when to sell. We've rounded up everything you need to know about Animal Crossing's turnip trade, from how to buy turnips to the types of stalk market patterns you should look out for and our best tips.For more financial tips, check out our guide to making money in New Horizons.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
2K games has confirmed Mafia: Definitive Edition, a full remake of the 2002 action-adventure for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, will release August 28. It'll come packaged with the Mafia: Trilogy and as a stand-alone title that's available to pre-order now. Fans of the Mafia series are also getting some free content in the form of Definitive Edition upgrades for Mafia II and Mafia III. If you own Mafia II on Steam, you can update the 10-year-old title to experience the adventure in high definition for free. Mafia III's upgrade is free on all platforms (PS4, Xbox One, and PC) and grants access to all of the post-launch DLC. In fact, the game will automatically update to the Definitive Edition if you have the original installed on your console already, and you can claim the extra content packs in the various digital stores, as well. The free upgrades were announced alongside the first official details on Mafia: Definitive Edition. "Note that if you already own Mafia II on Steam, you will be automatically granted Mafia II: Definitive Edition at no additional cost. Furthermore, if you already own Mafia III on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Steam, you will be upgraded to Mafia III: Definitive Edition at no additional cost," 2K wrote in a blog post.Mafia II's free upgrade unlocks three story expansions--The Betrayal of Jimmy, Jimmy's Vendetta, and Joe's Adventure--as well as four gear packs. Though the free upgrade is only available on PC via Steam, Mafia II: Definitive Edition is also available as a separate purchase for $30 on all platforms.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Xbox Game Pass is getting another handful of games throughout the rest of May on both Xbox One and PC. In addition to games that joined earlier this month like Red Dead Redemption and Final Fantasy 9, the next few weeks will bring four more games to the service, including a new first-party game. It comes from one of the world's most-popular franchises and is among the biggest games releasing on Xbox One this year.That one is Minecraft Dungeons, the spin-off of the persistently popular building game from Mojang Studios. The game takes the familiar trappings of Minecraft like Creepers, Illagers, and pickaxes and fits them into an isometric dungeon-crawling adventure for up to four players. You can also claim Alan Wake, the classic game from Control developer Remedy, and the city-planning sim Cities: Skylines. Each of those will be available across the Xbox One and PC versions of the service, while PC users will also get Plebby Quest: The Crusades. You can check the dates below, with the first two available right now.The announcements also mentioned several games that will be leaving both versions of the service on May 29, including Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Old Man's Journey. That is in just a few days. You should be able to still start and complete them before they're gone, but you won't want to waste much more time.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
As the next generation approaches, both Microsoft and Sony have been outlining their respective visions for the coming years. And while upgraded hardware that pushes more triangles is always a priority in the games industry, both companies have increasingly turned their messaging toward the consumer-friendly features of the impending Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. One such highlight from Microsoft, the promise of a unified library that works across generations, could signal the way forward for the industry as a whole.Backwards compatibility has been a talking point for platform holders for years, but in practice, the feature has been spotty. Some generations have eschewed it almost entirely, as hardware architecture became more complex and distinct from prior generations, and this marked a stark distinction from PC where most games remain playable forever. Microsoft refocused efforts on backwards compatibility in a big way on Xbox One. After first cutting ties with the Xbox 360 library almost completely, the company made inroads with fans by announcing a major initiative to retroactively import older games through firmware updates that would increase compatibility. Nowadays, it's difficult to find a popular 360 game that isn't playable on Xbox One, and those who amassed a large digital collection in the heady days of Xbox Live Arcade can see it all waiting to be downloaded in their game library. This effort has extended to a selection of the original Xbox's library as well, giving players access to almost 20 years of games.Concept art for Halo InfiniteA day might be coming when games are no longer thought of as tethered to a specific console.With the Xbox Series X, the company appears primed to take the next logical step. It has made a point of hyping its "Smart Delivery" feature, which ostensibly allows you to transfer your ownership license of a game over to a new console when you upgrade, as long as a publisher enables the feature. But Microsoft has been clear that the transfer goes both ways--if you own a game and sign in to your account on a friend's Xbox One, you can still download cross-gen compatible games you purchased on Xbox Series X. Microsoft boasts that Smart Delivery will always provide the version optimized for your hardware, which may be increasingly important if the company adopts a multi-device approach to the new generation. Xbox Series X is expected to be the first of many hardware iterations to come, and the promise of Smart Delivery is that you won't have to think about which version to buy or fiddle with your graphics settings. The software will simply know what's best.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Best Buy has been offering some awesome deals on Razer's gaming keyboards and mice over the past couple of weeks, bundling a free gaming mouse with the purchase of a specific keyboard. This week's highlighted gaming keyboard is the Razer Huntsman Elite for $200. It comes with a free Razer Viper gaming mouse, which is regularly priced at $80. This deal is available until Friday, May 30, and comes with free shipping that could arrive by the end of the week depending on when you order and where you're located.All you need to do to claim this offer is add the Razer Huntsman Elite gaming keyboard to your cart. The Razer Viper gaming mouse should be automatically added, but be sure to double-check this before you finalize your order.Razer Huntsman Elite gaming keyboard with free Razer Viper gaming mouse$200Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Borderland 3 developer Gearbox has unveiled the next DLC for the game, a "harsh" revenge tale called Bounty of Blood: A Fistful of Redemption. It's a western-themed expansion that pits you against a bloodthirsty gang called the Devil Riders. Bounty of Blood will be released on June 25.During the Borderlands Show broadcast, DLC director Matt Cox called it a "harsh story of revenge and redemption" and teased an unseen narrator, who is said to be a new character. In fact, Bounty of Blood stars a new cast of characters, like the reformed brawler, Juno, and your guide, Rose. And no western epic would be complete without a steed, so you'll get to ride a Jet Beast mount.The main town Vestige, located on the frontier planet Gehenna, will change based on your actions in the DLC, like storefronts reopening and the theater showing lost film reels. NPCs themselves will change based on your choices in side-missions as well.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Bethesda Game Studios has unveiled two new Fallout 76 events that introduce new looting opportunities and in-game activities. One of these events is now live on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.The first event is a hunt for mole miners who have emerged from their underground chambers to scour the lands for loot. These mole miners can be found around the Ash Heap region, where you can encounter them all weekend long. The event was originally scheduled to end on May 25 but was later extended to May 27, and will now and at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET that day. However, that still only gives you a few days to take part. Don't miss your chance, as it won't be available once that deadline hits and the next event won't start for several more days. During the event, you can hunt down and take out mole miners and loot their packs for a bunch of gear. Additionally, these packs--called Miner Pails--can be bought from Vendor bots around Appalachia. These Miner Pails can then be used to craft the same packs the mole miners strewn about the Ash Heap use, and you can either keep them for yourself or trade them to others.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Following a job listing suggesting that Sony will launch the PlayStation 5 this October, the company has stated that the month was included in error. The PS5 is not confirmed for a launch in October, and the final release date--or even release window--is still unknown at this point. We'll have to wait for official word from Sony to learn when the console will launch, and with Sony saying that it plans to share details on PS5 launch games, that could come relatively soon. The job listing was created for a position at Sony Interactive Entertainment, and hosted on a Japanese recruitment website. The line in question mentioned that the PlayStation 5 would launch in October, which was the first mention of an exact release month for Sony's next-generation console.Japanese publication Famitsu contacted Sony for comment, who stated that the information was erroneously included by the recruitment company in question.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
We're nearing the end of Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2, but there are still a few challenges to complete before Season 3 arrives. In addition to the Overtime missions, a new secret challenge is now live in the game, seemingly putting an end to the teddy bear-gnome conflict that's been percolating beneath the surface this season. This time, you'll need to celebrate the truce between the bears and gnomes. If you're not sure what to do, this guide will show you where to go and how to complete the challenge.Where Is The Gnome/Bear Truce Location?After weeks of conflict, the teddy bears and gnomes are finally making peace with one another. The two sides are in the midst of signing a truce in the eastern edge of Weeping Woods, in grid square D6. You can see their exact location on the map below.Teddy bears and gnomes locationHow To Complete The ChallengeOnce you've found the teddy bears and gnomes, all you need to do to celebrate their truce is use a dance emote. Do that and the secret challenge will be complete, netting you a bonus 15,000 XP. More importantly, you've spared many teddy bear and gnome families the tragedy of losing their loved ones in a senseless war.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Some of the best Call of Duty: Warzone players in the world are participating in a new competition for their chance at $10,000. The CDL Warzone Weekend event features 48 players from 12 Call of Duty League teams, and it makes use of a special private lobby system created just for the competition.The event makes use of quads format, so players will need to be working together in order to come out on top for that $10,000 prize. Alongside the event, a new rewards system is entering beta, giving double XP tokens, emblems, sprays, and animated calling cards. It began at noon PT / 3 PM ET today.You don't need to play the game to earn these rewards. Instead, you'll earn them just through watching live watches on the Call of Duty League website or Call of Duty companion app. Your platform account will also need to be linked to the Activision account you're using to watch.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and with most parts of the US still stuck inside and social distancing because of the coronavirus, this holiday weekend is sure to feel different than previous years. Whether you have a three-day weekend ahead of you or still have to work on Monday--our condolences in advance--there are plenty of online deals available as retailers kick off their annual Memorial Day sales, with tech brands like Razer, HyperX, and Lenovo offering some great discounts on gaming headsets, controllers, laptops, and more. On Friday, GameStop and Best Buy kicked off their big Memorial Day sales as well, with discounts running all weekend long and into Monday. It's the perfect time to stock up on gaming goodies for the next few months. Below, we've rounded up some of the best Memorial Day deals available so far. It's a great time to stock up on PC gaming accessories, a new gaming laptop, or a 4K smart TV as several brands are discounting these products right now. We've also curated a list of the best game deals worth taking advantage of this weekend across Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC, with steep discounts on fantastic titles like Red Dead Redemption 2, Control, Borderlands 3, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.RazerFrom now through May 25, Razer is offering some solid discounts on some of its controllers and headsets, including the Wolverine Ultimate Xbox One controller, which made our list of the best Xbox One controllers for its excellent, clicky face buttons, interchangeable D-pad, and six programmable buttons. Normally $160, the Wolverine Ultimate is discounted to $130 for Memorial Day. And fortunately, it'll be compatible with Xbox Series X when that console launches.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
2020-05-25
Memorial Day weekend is finally here, and with it, the holiday is bringing a slew of deals across tech and gaming. GameStop always gets in on the action with a major sale of its own, and its 2020 Memorial Day sale is live now through Monday, May 25 with deals on games, accessories, refurbished consoles, and more. Its biggest promotion is a buy two, get one free offer on new and pre-owned games for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. This type of sale is usually relegated to pre-owned titles only, so it's pretty notable that new games, including some Switch titles, are included as well. Unfortunately (but not surprisingly), first-party Switch games and retro games aren't included, and most of the games are full price.As usual, when you add three games to your cart, the price of the cheapest one will be subtracted from your overall order. Because of this, it's important to be strategic with which games you choose--buying two $60 games and one $15 game isn't much of a savings. You should also be aware that many of the games in this B2G1 sale are listed at a price higher than what we'd normally see them on sale. Nier: Automata's Game of the Yorha Edition, for instance, has regularly been available for $25, but it's listed at $40 here. The Witcher 3's Complete Edition is usually on sale for about $20 for PS4 and Xbox One, and $45 for the Switch version, yet those versions are selling for $40 and $60 here. And whatever you do, don't buy Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for $60--it's nearly always on sale for $15 to $20.If you're shopping for new games, there are still some solid options included; just be aware you could probably find some of these games individually for cheaper. Notably, the sale includes Final Fantasy VII Remake - Deluxe Edition, which has been hard to find physical copies of since launch. Another great option is Persona 5 Royal's steelbook launch edition, on sale for $50. The B2G1 sale also includes the Resident Evil 3 remake, Control, The Outer Worlds, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, so you've got some good games to choose from.Continue Reading at GameSpotInfo from Gamespot.com
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