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Fallout 4 DLC details, release schedule announced

Fallout 4 DLC details, release schedule announced

Fallout 4 players who have spent the last few months completing quests and exploring the game's world to their heart's content are about to have another reason to dive back into the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Actually, several reasons. Developer Bethesda has announced three separate DLCs to see release over the spring months: Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, and Far Harbor. With a mix of new enemies, new locations, new abilities, and new stories, players will have plenty to keep them busy once again.

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Street Fighter V’s confusing list of what is (and isn’t) available at launch

Street Fighter V’s confusing list of what is (and isn’t) available at launch

Street Fighter V is finally launching for the PlayStation 4 and PC this week (February 16th), and series fans and fighting game aficionados are eager to dive in. Much has been said about the title's extensive plans for DLC, which will include not just new characters, but a story mode and an in-game store and currency. Developer Capcom has detailed the schedule for upcoming content, as well as confirmed what will be included with the game at launch.

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PS4’s most disappointing launch title seems to be getting a sequel

PS4’s most disappointing launch title seems to be getting a sequel

Back when the PlayStation 4 launched in 2013, one of the biggest first-party games from Sony was Knack, a 3D platformer/beat 'em up from in-house developer Japan Studio. The game wasn't terrible, but it turned out be another example of a mediocre launch title, getting mostly lukewarm reviews from critics. Despite all this, some evidence has come to light that indicates Sony currently has Knack 2 in development.

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2016 Call of Duty will be something ‘new, innovative’ from Infinity Ward

2016 Call of Duty will be something ‘new, innovative’ from Infinity Ward

Activision released its quarterly financial report earlier this week, and with that we learned that a full sequel to Destiny would be on its way from developer Bungie in 2017. But what about the publisher's other big FPS series, Call of Duty? Well, Activision didn't forget about it, as it confirmed that a new game in the long-running series would see release in 2016, with Infinity Ward developing the upcoming entry.

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Need for Speed for PC trailer teases March 15 release

Need for Speed for PC trailer teases March 15 release

As promised, Need for Speed is arriving this spring — March 15, to be precise — a launch that had been delayed in September 2015. Though having to wait longer is always disappointing, the postponement was for a good reason: the extra time was needed to give PC gamers unlocked frame rates, something fans had been heavily requesting. It’ll all be worth it in the end, then, and as that end draws near, EA has revealed the PC version in a new trailer.

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Kanye West reveals video game about his mom going to heaven

Kanye West reveals video game about his mom going to heaven

It was almost a year ago exactly when hip-hop mega-star Kanye West made a passing comment during a radio interview about making his own video game. It's something that most of us probably never expected anything to come of, but we should've know Yeezy would stay true to his word. At a launch party this week for his new album, The Life of Pablo, West revealed the first look at his game, which is about on his late mother ascending to heaven.

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Watch Dogs sequel confirmed for release by April 2017

Watch Dogs sequel confirmed for release by April 2017

Watch Dogs, the much-hyped open world game that put players in the role of a hacker, is getting a sequel, it turns out. While the first game, released in May 2014, was received by fans and critics with a fair amount of disappointment, developer & publisher Ubisoft has confirmed that work has begun on Watch Dogs 2, and that it's due to be released by April 2017.

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Xbox One gets Quantum Break special edition console bundle

Xbox One gets Quantum Break special edition console bundle

Microsoft has just announced the latest bundle for the Xbox One console, this time featuring the latest exclusive title, Quantum Break. The console and controller come in a limited Cirrus White color, although Microsoft says the Quantum Break bundle will be available with black hardware as well. Inside the box players will find a 500GB model Xbox One, a downloadable copy of Quantum Break, as well as code to download developer Remedy Entertainment's previous title, Alan Wake.

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Titanfall sequel tipped by new McFarlane Toys figures

Titanfall sequel tipped by new McFarlane Toys figures

It's been some time since Xbox One-exclusive Titanfall took the FPS-genre by storm, with its multiplayer-only, mech-based combat. Developed by Respawn, itself made up of Call of Duty vets, the game ran its course in terms of DLC releases over the first year, and now things have gone quiet for the series. Fans have been eagerly awaiting news of a follow-up, and the first hints of a "Titanfall 2" may have just been leaked by figurine maker McFarlane Toys.

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Telltale’s ‘The Walking Dead: Michonne’ arrives Feb 23

Telltale’s ‘The Walking Dead: Michonne’ arrives Feb 23

Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: Michonne will be available to gamers starting on February 23. As the title suggests, this series (of which there will be three episodes) will focus on series character Michonne and her own story within the universe. The game will arrive first for PC, Mac, and both PlayStation consoles, and then the next day for Microsoft's consoles. Trailer after the jump!

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Metal Gear Solid V multiplayer DLC detailed, dated

Metal Gear Solid V multiplayer DLC detailed, dated

Konami's Metal Gear Solid V debuted last fall, and while it was a big hit among critics and fans, there's been little in the form of new content since then. Players who enjoy the game's multiplayer component, called Metal Gear Online, will be happy to finally hear about an upcoming expansion that will introduce new maps, a new playable character, and even a new game mode. One of the best parts is that the DLC, titled "Cloaked in Silence," is even coming to the older-gen consoles alongside the PS4 and Xbox One.

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Street Fighter V CG trailer teases June’s story mode

Street Fighter V CG trailer teases June’s story mode

Street Fighter V’s launch is nearly upon us — it’ll be launching February 16, in case you didn’t hear — and ahead of that launch comes a fully CG trailer giving us our best yet look at the game. This trailer is particularly exciting in light of the DLC news in recent days; let your imagination run, because this summer the game will score a load of storyline content that fleshes it out in a way no other Street Fighter has experienced. Video after the jump!

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