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Friday Reading - Vampyr has gone Gold - briefly
(hx) 06:27 PM EDT - May,18 2018 - Post a comment
First official 4K screenshots released for Call of Duty Black Ops 4
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will release on, will feature battle-royale mode, won't feature single-player - Activision has confirmed all the rumours that were leaked for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. As the publisher revealed, the game will not feature any single-player mode, it will come with a battle-royale mode, and it will release exclusively on
  • Vampyr has gone Gold - Focus Home Interactive has announced that DONTNOD's action RPG, Vampyr, has gone Gold and will release as scheduled, on June 5th. Players will assume the role of Jonathan Reid; a doctor in 1918 London newly-turned into a vampire following his return from the Great War.
  • The first three The Bard's Tale games will be remastered - InXile Entertainment has announced that the first three classic The Bard's Tale games will receive a remaster treatment. As the developer noted, these remasters will be developed by Krome Studios.
  • Torment: Tides of Numenera is free to play this weekend - InXile Entertainment has announced that Torment: Tides of Numenera is free to play this weekend on Steam and that’s the third major “free-to-play” offer that PC gamers can enjoy. Pretty cool right? In order to celebrate this free to play weekend, inXile is also offering the game wit a 60% discount until Sunday. Naturally, your saves will transfer to the final version once you purchase it. Those interested can download and start playing the game from Steam.
  • Free-to-play weekend launched for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege - Players who try the game during the free weekend can carry over their progress and continue to play uninterrupted if they purchase the game. They will also benefit from a discount of up to 50% off on the Standard, Advanced, Gold, Complete Editions between May 17th and May 28th in the EMEA region. You can download and start playing Rainbow Six Siege either on UPLAY or on Steam.
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of War is free to play this weekend - Lord of the Rings fans, here is something for you today. Warner Bros has launched a free-to-play weekend for Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Furthermore, during this free weekend period the publisher is offering the game with a 50% discount.
  • Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition is free on Humble Bundle for a limited time - Those interested can acquire their free copies by visiting the game's Humble Bundle page!
  • HuniePop and Other Adult Games Facing Removal From Steam Store - It seems that Valve is on a crusade to remove games from Steam that are claimed to include pornographic content. Not that this is a bad thing because it is their house, so their rules, but some developers are crying foul because they don't believe their content is pornographic. However, some of these same developers are removing the "bad" content so they can continue to be sold on Steam. I don't play any of these games so I can't opine on whether the potential bans are valid or not.
  • Worlds Adrift Looks to be the Next Big MMO - Worlds Adrift looks to be a Massively Multiplayer Online game in the same vein as Minecraft, but moving a bit past simple building blocks and creepers, and it relies on a lot of the ingame environment being created by the players themselves. Reuters has a story covering this and the huge investments being made into it. $24 or $36 is not a bad price if it makes good on its promises, and no in-game transactions as well. That is at least refreshing. It went on sale yesterday. They are citing GTX 960/ R9 280 GPUs as the recommended video cards, so they should have plenty of footprint to sell into.
  • GeForce Now for the NVIDIA SHIELD is Now Free - Starting today, GeForce Now is a free service. Nvidia has sent out emails to customers saying, "Over the next few months, we’ll be upgrading your GeForce NOW service. You’ll continue to have access to your favorite membership titles and games you’ve purchased through the GeForce NOW store. To reward our loyal GeForce NOW gamers, we’ll stop billing your account as of May 15th, 2018 to make the transition as smooth as possible."
  • Fortnite is Coming to Android - In a "State of Mobile" press release today, Fortnite developer Epic Games went over some in-development improvements to the mobile battle-royale carpal tunnel inducer. Such upgrades are a customizable in-game HUD, voice chat, performance, and stats. However buried in the middle of the post, they announce that Fortnite is coming to Android, with a summer release. Always interesting how developers wait to release stuff on the platform with nearly 90 percent of the market share.
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