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Overwatch celebrates hitting 15 million player mark

Overwatch celebrates hitting 15 million player mark

Overwatch, as some of you may already know, has turned out to be one of the most popular releases of the year thus far. With the rabble created over the game's open beta shortly before launch, there wasn't any question that Overwatch was going to be a hit upon release, but today we're finding out just how much of a hit it's become. In its recent earnings report, Activision announced that Overwatch currently has more than 15 million players across all of its platforms.

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Overwatch Summer Games update adds new loot boxes, Lucioball mode

Overwatch Summer Games update adds new loot boxes, Lucioball mode

Overwatch is getting a pretty significant update in preparation for the 2016 Summer Olympics, which kick off later this week. The update - appropriately titled Summer Games 2016 - rolls out today and will run for the duration of the Olympics, and it's offering up new loot boxes and a new game mode that will be instantly familiar to Rocket League veterans.

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Sony reveals Driveclub VR for PlayStation VR launch

Sony reveals Driveclub VR for PlayStation VR launch

Driveclub may not have turned out to be the PS4 hit that Sony hoped, but it looks like the racing game is getting a second chance as a launch title for upcoming PlayStation VR. The official Japanese PlayStation Blog recently announced Driveclub VR as launching on October 13th alongside the PSVR headset, however it seems the announcement was made a bit early, as the original blog post has been removed.

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Disney Infinity servers close in March 2017, PC & mobile versions unplayable in September

Disney Infinity servers close in March 2017, PC & mobile versions unplayable in September

Back in May, Disney announced that it was ending production of its expansive Disney Infinity game series as it exited game publishing entirely. Now the company has detailed the shut down process for the game's online services, and simply put, it's a bit messy. Disney Infinity was released on so many different platforms, with several ways to buy it on PC alone, and it seems like there's different stages of the shut down for each version.

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New Doom DLC multiplayer maps can be played for free

New Doom DLC multiplayer maps can be played for free

Earlier this week, developer Id Software announced a pair of updates for the recently released Doom. The first, which is available now, is a free download that introduces two new multiplayer modes and several new customizations for the SnapMap mode, where players can create their own maps and game types. The second update, "Unto the Evil," however, is the first of three planned premium DLCs, which will cost money but include new multiplayer maps, weapons, and more.

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PlayStation VR play area details, FAQ surface ahead of October launch

PlayStation VR play area details, FAQ surface ahead of October launch

We're being treated to some new details about Sony's PlayStation VR today, which will be hitting stores later this year. PlayStation VR is being targeted toward existing PlayStation 4 owners who want a less expensive alternative to VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and the Vive, as the PS VR will only require the PS4 and the PlayStation Camera instead of a powerful PC.

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PlayStation Plus game lineup for August detailed

PlayStation Plus game lineup for August detailed

Sony has revealed the list of free games coming for PlayStation Plus subscribers next month. There are six games total, with the two PlayStation 4 offerings being comprised of Tricky Towers and Rebel Galaxy. There are a couple PlayStation 3 titles, as well, and two for the PlayStation Vita, with one of those titles, Ultratron, also being available for the PS3 and PS4 as well.

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No Man’s Sky won’t require PlayStation Plus subscription to play

No Man’s Sky won’t require PlayStation Plus subscription to play

Good news for those of you PS4 owners who are planning to pick up No Man's Sky when it launches next month: Sony has revealed that the long-anticipated title won't require a subscription to PlayStation Plus. A fair number of PS4 owners likely already have PlayStation Plus, but for those who don't, this means that they won't have to shell out more money just to play the game.

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Sonic Mania is a new game straight from the Sega Genesis era

Sonic Mania is a new game straight from the Sega Genesis era

It's hard to remember the last decent Sonic the Hedgehog game — most would agree Sega's once iconic series took a drastic turn downhill following the Sonic Adventure titles on the Dreamcast. With each disappointing games' release in the years that followed, all fans asked for was a Sonic title that played like the originals from the early '90s: 2D graphics and fast gameplay. It may have taken them over 15 years, but it looks like Sega has finally gotten the point.

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PlayStation 4 was top selling U.S. console in June

PlayStation 4 was top selling U.S. console in June

Sony’s PlayStation 4 was the top selling game console in the United States in June, according to NPD Group, the same honor it had in May and months before it. Microsoft, meanwhile, has bragged that the Xbox One hit 1.2 billion gaming hours in June, a milestone of its own representing a doubling of gaming hours versus the same month last year. Finally, for its part, Nintendo says it saw sales across the 3DS family of devices jump in June versus the month before, as well as high game performance.

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Rocket League dev ready to roll out PS4, Xbox One cross-platform multiplayer

Rocket League dev ready to roll out PS4, Xbox One cross-platform multiplayer

Rocket League and its developers are ready to change the world once more, with Psyonix saying today that everything is in place to pull the trigger on cross-platform multiplayer between PS4 and Xbox One. Assuming such a feature is allowed to go live, it'll be a big step for the gaming industry, as the online communities for Xbox One and PS4 have previously been cut off from one another.

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System Shock remake adds PS4 version to Kickstarter campaign

System Shock remake adds PS4 version to Kickstarter campaign

Old-school PC gamers' hearts were set aflutter late last month when it was revealed that a remake of the sci-fi/horror classic System Shock was in the works from developer Nightdive Studios. Announced as a Kickstarter campaign, the game has already surpassed its $900,000 funding goal, and with exactly one week left, currently stands at $1.09 million. The big news today is that the project has been updated to include a PlayStation 4 version.

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