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Titanfall 2 beta dates and details revealed for Xbox One and PS4

Titanfall 2 beta dates and details revealed for Xbox One and PS4

We still have a couple of months left to go before Respawn and EA unleash Titanfall 2, but before the full game launches, the developer and publisher duo will be giving players an early look at the title through a beta test. We knew the beta test was incoming, but now we've got dates, details, and unfortunately, some bad news for PC players, with Respawn saying the beta test will only be taking place on Xbox One and PS4.

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Fallout 4 Nuka-World release date revealed alongside new gameplay trailer

Fallout 4 Nuka-World release date revealed alongside new gameplay trailer

Development on Fallout 4 is set to wrap up with the release of its final DLC pack, Nuka-World, and judging from the add-on's newest gameplay trailer, it would appear that Bethesda is planning to go out with a bang. In fact, as Nuka-World puts players in the middle of their own wasteland theme park, we'll probably be treated to several bings, bangs, and booms as Bethesda gives us its final piece of DLC content.

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PlayStation 4 update 4.0 will bring long-awaited folders, UI refresh

PlayStation 4 update 4.0 will bring long-awaited folders, UI refresh

The PlayStation 4 is great as long as you ignore the incredibly lacking interface. Owners have long requested that Sony add some kind of organizational tool for better sorting the content on the homescreen, something that would at least make it easier to keep favorite games front-and-center. Sony is, finally, giving owners that ability and more with the upcoming 4.0 update, the beta of which arrives soon.

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Final Fantasy 15 delay confirmed, now launching in November

Final Fantasy 15 delay confirmed, now launching in November

Earlier rumors concerning the fate of Final Fantasy 15 have been confirmed, with the game's director, Hajime Tabata, taking to YouTube to announce that the game has been delayed until November. While Final Fantasy 15 was originally scheduled to launch worldwide on September 30, it will now be released on November 29, two months after the original launch date.

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Final Fantasy 15 said to be delayed until late November

Final Fantasy 15 said to be delayed until late November

Bad news for fans eager to finally get their hands on the long-awaited Final Fantasy XV: it appears the game is being delayed from its original September 30th release date until November 29th. Reports have emerged that developer Square Enix recently notified GameStop execs of the delay. While this isn't the first time a big-name title has missed its fall release date, it's certainly nothing new for FF15 specifically, which has been in works for some 10 years now.

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No Man’s Sky suffers launch issues on PC, patch incoming for PS4

No Man’s Sky suffers launch issues on PC, patch incoming for PS4

No Man's Sky is barely out of the gate on PC and already the release seems to be plagued with launch issues. Users are reporting issues that are negatively affecting performance on the PC version of the game, and there are currently so many negative reviews on the game's Steam page that it may be a good idea to wait a bit before taking the plunge on No Man's Sky.

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Final Fantasy 15’s DLC season pass gets detailed

Final Fantasy 15’s DLC season pass gets detailed

The long-awaited Final Fantasy XV is nearing its September 30th release date on PS4 and Xbox One, and just like all big-name titles these days, the game has several packs of DLC scheduled for post-release. With eager fans likely making their pre-orders soon — if they haven't already — developer Square Enix has now made a season pass available on the consoles' digital stores, with a few small details about what's included.

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New No Man’s Sky exploit lets players duplicate the rarest items

New No Man’s Sky exploit lets players duplicate the rarest items

The highly anticipated game No Man's Sky was finally released this week, and now players have the opportunity to explore it near-limitless galaxy and estimated 18 quintillion planets. A big part of the game's focus is simply exploring these new worlds, cataloging the creatures found there, and collecting resources. However, as often happens in games like this during their initial launch, a bug has been discovered that allows players to earn a large amount of rare materials in a very short period of time.

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Sony’s big PlayStation event is September 7: Neo ahoy?

Sony’s big PlayStation event is September 7: Neo ahoy?

Sony will hold an event in New York City on September 7th, where the company is expected to show off the next-generation PlayStation 4 Neo, its follow-up to the PS4. The PlayStation 4.5 event, which will kick off at 3pm ET, is being described as a "PlayStation meeting" though Sony is being coy about confirming any specifics.

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PlayStation 4 ‘NEO’ unveiling tipped for next month

PlayStation 4 ‘NEO’ unveiling tipped for next month

Sony will be officially debuting the codenamed Playstation 4 ‘NEO’ console on September 7, according to a new report, finally detailing the device after confirming its existence back in June. The console has been the source of numerous leaks, including a slideshow presentation that surfaced online detailing things like 4K output, support for PlayStation VR, and more.

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Rocket League’s new Rumble mode arrives in September

Rocket League’s new Rumble mode arrives in September

At this point, it's safe to say that Rocket League has been a major success. Even a year after launch, players still flock to the game, but if the Rocket League's standard competitive mode is starting to feel a little stale, never fear: developer Psyonix has revealed its intention to shake things up with a new game mode called Rumble, and it'll be landing on Xbox One, PS4, and PC in an update next month.

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No Man’s Sky “Day Zero” update suggests deleting early save games

No Man’s Sky “Day Zero” update suggests deleting early save games

One of the most anticipated PS4 and PC games of the year is still to be launched this Tuesday, but its developers are already announcing a "Day Zero" update. Yes, No Man's Sky, which was delayed no less than 2 months, will be at version 1.03 when regular players log into the game August 9th. Those, however, who have been playing an early copy of the game are highly advised to delete their saved games when updating. It might be a shocking recommendation, but developer Hello Games promises it will be worth the separation anxiety.

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