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PUBG kicks off Gamescom by surpassing 8 million sales

Despite its early access status, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has many chicken dinners under its belt, even claiming the title of the most played non-Valve title ever on Steam. This time, the developer announced at Gamescom that the battle royale game has surpassed 8 million sales, all in just five months since …

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OurMine hack HBO to offer help against hackers

HBO has had a tough time with hackers lately, with sensitive information being ransacked and held to ransom. The American TV network has experienced yet another attack today, however in a twist of fate, the perpetrators are a lot more noble in their cause. Today’s attack came from OurMine, a …

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PUBG showcases progress on vaulting mechanic

Back at E3 this June, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds showcased upcoming player abilities including vaulting, climbing and even flipping animations. Although the mechanic is still some time from completion, Developer Bluehole has offered an update on its progress. The video comes courtesy of one of Bluehole’s programmers as they test the mechanic …

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New Shadow of War trailer shows off Orc tribes

Middle-earth: Shadow of War has certainly raised some eyebrows in the run up to its October release, first revealing the departure in Shelob’s depiction, then followed by the inclusion of microtransactions. The latest trailer is a nice retreat from such controversial news, giving us insight into the newly introduced Orc …

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StarCraft Remastered is now available worldwide

Earlier this year, Blizzard announced StarCraft Remastered, the first of its classic games to be brought back and upgraded. Now after a few months of waiting, Blizzard has launched StarCraft Remastered. It’s available worldwide now. Back when StarCraft: Remastered was announced, Blizzard began giving away the original version of the …

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The Division 1.7 update adds loot boxes

It seems the trend of CS:GO-style loot boxes continues, with The Division following in the footsteps of Rainbow Six: Siege and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds by including them in its 1.7 update that lands tomorrow. That’s not all, as returning players can expect to see new global evens and modifiers for the …

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BattleTech gets a delay, multiplayer beta on the way

BattleTech is a franchise popularised in many forms, from its famous board games to novels and even an animated series. Developer Harebrained Schemes took to Kickstarter back in 2015 to breathe new life into BattleTech, the first video game since 2009. Initially, a release date was planned for later this …

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