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PUBG delays vaulting and climbing in test servers

Players of PUBG have been looking forward to the impending vaulting and climbing mechanics since they were teased back at E3. While these abilities are close to being finalised, it seems the test servers are not, resulting in a delay. Then-developer Bluehole showcased a significant update on progress for the …

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Monster Hunter World developer talks loot boxes

While microtransactions aren’t new to the gaming world, it has taken a turn in 2017 by making their way into single-player experiences such as Middle-earth: Shadow of War and Assassin’s Creed Origins. This has caused unrest in the gaming community, but Monster Hunter fans need not worry about such a …

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Microsoft confirm release window for Surface Pro LTE

Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Pro LTE has made many appearances, being teased, leaked and rumoured for months. The company has now confirmed that the fifth iteration will surface (pun intended) in December. The Surface Pro LTE was first teased back in May during Microsoft’s event in Shanghai. Little was said about …

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Cooler Master unveils its own RGB Mousepad

For some, RGB has gotten out of hand and is an unstoppable marketing technique, for others, it’s a matter of versatility in customising the theme of their systems. The Cooler Master MasterAccessory RGB Hard Gaming Mousepad is the latest in this trend, however “it isn’t all about looks.” “The RGB …

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Microsoft warns the UK of possible Xbox One X shortage

It seems that the Nintendo Switch isn’t the only console that will potentially struggle with stock this holiday season, with Microsoft warning that its Xbox One X is unlikely to meet the overwhelming seasonal demand. The report comes courtesy of Gamesindustry.biz, in which Xbox UK boss Harvey Eagle spoke about …

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Google’s anti-malware initiative is an utter failure

Google is having a rough time lately, but it’s not all directed at its misguided Pixel 2 release. It seems that the company’s ‘Play Protect’ anti-malware background software has scored the lowest of low when put to the test. Play Protect released alongside Android Oreo, attempting to quash fears of …

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PC datamine reveals possible details on Destiny 2 DLC

Destiny 2 released on PC just yesterday, and as expected, dataminers got to work on uncovering as many details about the title as possible. Currently-unused lines of dialogue give us insight in what is to come in upcoming expansions, as well as what Destiny 2 once was before it underwent changes in its pre-production.

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