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  • 4A Games has said previously that Metro Exodus will be more open than the previous games in the Metro series, but it won’t be a completely open world like that of Stalker. For one thing, individual levels in Exodus will be much larger than anything seen in the previous games. The biggest outdoor level in Last Light was roughly “200 meters to 100 meters,” Prokhorov said,. That means everything from weapons, attachments, and other loot, to “frozen stories” that reveal more about the game world and
    Metro Exodus is bigger than 2033 and Last Light combined

  • Kalypso Media has announced that Tropico 6 for PC has been delayed until January 2019, with the dictator sim releasing for consoles in summer 2019. According to a statement from the publisher, Tropico was delayed from a 2018 release date to give the development team at Limbic Studios more time to polish the title. Tropico is a city building/dictator sim which sees you playing as the leader of the island state of Tropico (AKA El Presidente). Tropico 6 is the latest addition to the Tropico series
    Tropico 6 delayed to January 2019 – and console dictators have an even longer wait

  • Microsoft Flight Simulator was one of the best things to come out of E3—and the prospect of soaring over realistic cities and snowy mountains just got even more appetizing. The game will support “third-party content development and community content creation”, the development team confirmed in a blog post this week, and no doubt modders are already licking their lips. Microsoft didn’t specify exactly how it would support community content, but my guess is that we’ll see something akin to the Min
    Microsoft Flight Simulator will support 'community content'

  • Destiny 2’s Lord of Wolves burst-fire shotgun is overpowered. In PvP, that means repeatedly dying to the weapon, which can shut down super abilities in an instant. Bungie intend to nerf the gun, but not immediately, according to creative director Luke Smith, who says a quick fix would put too much strain on the dev team. “To ask a team to do that back-to-back, full disclosure, is not a thing we want to do. In a later blog post, Smith said the weapon was particularly broken in PvP games on PC.
    Bungie delays Destiny 2 shotgun nerf to reduce workload on dev team

  • A few years ago a StarCraft 2 mod gave one of its maps the cartoon stylings of CarBot Animations, whose YouTube series StarCrafts has been turning the classic RTS into something much more adorable since 2012. Now they’re doing something similar for StarCraft: Remastered, only this time it won’t be tucked away in Arcade Mode. It’s a reskin for the entire game, with even the cutscene talking heads turned cute and cartoonish. This visual overhaul was created with help from Blizzard and has taken ov
    StarCraft: Remastered is getting a cartoon reskin

  • Survival RTS They Are Billions came out of Early Access recently with a full campaign mode to supplement its existing survival mode. It received a rough reaction on Steam’s user reviews, with recent reviews dropping from Very Positive to Mixed. Developer Numantian have responded to the feedback with the first of many updates. The difficulty of the first few missions has been lowered, and the default mode is now Accessible rather than Challenging to encourage new players to start there and work t
    They Are Billions campaign patch alters difficulty, time limits

  • In Streets of Rogue you’re a member of the Resistance, with missions to do in a procedurally generated city. You’re expected to carry them out with whatever tools your character has at their disposal. This is the kind of game where you can put poison gas in air vents, but it’s also got pills that turn people into giants. Streets of Rogue has been in Early Access for over two years, but as that trailer above shows, developer Matt Dabrowski is ready for his game baby to leave beta. Streets of Rogu
    Roguelite immersive sim Streets of Rogue is leaving Early Access

  • The file sizes have been revealed for four upcoming PlayStation 4 games. When viewed directly on the console, the product pages of the games show that F1 2019 requires 36.12 GB, Monster Jam Steel Titans requires 8.76 GB, Samurai Shodown requires 18.65 GB and The Sinking City requires 27.96 GB of free space on the hard disk drive. If you are interested, you can pre-order the disc versions with the following links on Amazon:Monster Jam Steel Titans, Samurai Shodown and The Sinking City are all com
    PS4 file sizes revealed for F1 2019, Monster Jam Steel Titans, Samurai Shodown and The Sinking City

  • After a couple of delays, Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s first test on PC is expected to begin soon. 343 Industries was aiming for June, after E3, and now the flighting for Halo: Reach is on track to start next week. Registered Halo Insiders will be the first to get their hands on the remastered Reach, but only a small number of them. “We need to take our time to ensure we’re sending out a quality flight to our Halo Insiders,” Junyszek said. While this test won’t be a public, the details wi
    Halo: The Master Chief Collection's first closed PC test starts next week

  • Another week, another Epic Games Store freebie. This time it’s swashbuckling space sim Rebel Galaxy, and you can add it to your library today. It’s also getting a sequel, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw, which is more of a dogfighting space sim. Check out three hours of Rebel Galaxy Outlaw gameplay. In a week, you’ll be able to grab Last Day of June for free, too.
    Rebel Galaxy is free for a week on the Epic Games Store

  • Dota Underlords’ beta went live yesterday and, at the time of writing, it already has more than 170,000 people playing it concurrently, according to SteamDB. This is just based on Steam numbers and does not include all the Android and iOS players. Dota Autochess quickly became one of the most talked about mods, even beyond the Dota 2 community, echoing the original Defense of the Ancient’s rise to prominence. There are already a few new versions in development, though Valve’s been pretty quick i
    Dota Underlords has more than double Artifact's peak player count

  • Apex Legends has received a client patch on PC, focused on data centre improvements like making it clearer what server you’ve selected. Clients will also now increase the rate they send user inputs to the server. The selected data center will be highlighted in orange. Clients will now send user input to the server at a higher rate. In this patch we’re adding more telemetry to help us identify specifically how this error is being caused.
    Apex Legends PC patch adds data centre and client improvements

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  • Speaking of maps, all DLC maps will be free in both matchmaking and private play, so you’ll always be able to play with your mates. Gears of War 4 also unlocked DLC maps in multiplayer, but to get access to them in private matches you had to buy the season pass. It’s essentially a free battle pass. No loot boxes and maps for everyone should keep prospective players happy, and a free battle pass is a very nice surprise. I’ve never bought a battle pass in my life, so this is going to be a novelty.
    Gears 5 won't have a season pass and DLC maps will be free

  • RPGs shouldn’t have to focus on combat, shouldn’t have to even feature it, and an upcoming example of the latter is intriguing text-based RPG Roadwarden. In it, you play as a sort of highway defender, protecting the roads from hostile creatures and the resurrected dead. It’s a fantasy world brought to life with environmental pixel art, but mainly with big giant globs of narration and dialogue. The focus, however, is on the involved conversation system. Think Dragon Age 2’s earnest, nasty or sarc
    Roadwarden's demo lets you test its cool attitude-driven conversation system

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  • Dota Underlords, Valve’s standalone take on the Dota Auto Chess mod for Dota 2 (which, let us not forget, is Valve’s standalone take on the Defense of the Ancients mod for Warcraft 3), is now live and free on Steam. This will introduce progression, cosmetics, custom boards, and a host of other new features to the Dota Underlords experience. This will introduce progression, cosmetics, custom boards, and a host of other new features to the Dota Underlords experience. Every season we’ll say goodbye
    Dota Underlords open beta is now live on Steam and mobile devices

  • Star Wars Episode 9 seems to be pretty content with saying goodbye to the old guard for good – and so is Mark Hamill. During an interview with AP, Hamill was asked whether Star Wars Episode 9 would be the last hurrah for him. Yep, he’s back as a Force ghost, despite fading away on Ahch-To at the tail-end of The Last Jedi. Star Wars Episode 9 is going to make us all cry buckets, isn’t it? Luke won’t be in them, but here are some of the new Star Wars movies you should be looking forward to over th
    Mark Hamill confirms he’ll be playing a Force Ghost in Star Wars Episode 9 – but wants it to be his last appearance

  • As great as YouTube is as a content platform, its comments section is, to put it mildly, far less highly regarded – for every positive or insightful comment found under any given video, you often find dozens of nasty, inappropriate or idiotic ones. Google has long been aware of the problem, and has started investigating ways of combating the ugly comments and relentless ‘hold my beer’ memes that have come to plague the service’s comment section. As reported by XDA Developers, YouTube’s latest te
    YouTube’s Android app could soon hide user comments by default


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