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Riot Games’ Project A tactical shooter leaves the world of LoL behind

Riot Games’ Project A tactical shooter leaves the world of LoL behind

Thanks to the former popularity of MOBA games, League of Legends developer Riot Games became one of the better-known names in the industry. What isn't that well-known, however, is that the company actually doesn't have any other product that isn't League of Legends or related to it. With the age of MOBAs seemingly waning, the company may have realized it was time to get ready to move on beyond LoL and create a future that may not involve it. And that is what Project A is really all about.

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Project xCloud Preview launched with free Halo, Gears 5: Here’s how to sign up

Project xCloud Preview launched with free Halo, Gears 5: Here’s how to sign up

The Microsoft game streaming system Project xCloud Preview sign-up form was revealed by Microsoft this afternoon. Microsoft is one of several companies attempting to take part in the game streaming market that'll likely take the place of the current gaming market model of buying individual units. This is a whole lot like what's happened to the video and music markets over the past decade, with services like Spotify and Netflix leading the charge.

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Steam Remote Play Together will let you play local multiplayer games online

Steam Remote Play Together will let you play local multiplayer games online

Local multiplayer can be a beautiful thing, but when your friends are far away, the "local" part becomes a problem. Steam is looking to solve that issue by rolling out a new feature called Remote Play Together, which allows users to play local multiplayer games over the internet. This feature works with split-screen and shared screen games, allowing you to play them with a friend when they aren't sitting right next to you.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 gets first PC screenshots, system requirements

Red Dead Redemption 2 gets first PC screenshots, system requirements

If you missed the big news last week, Rockstar revealed that Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally coming to PC. The game is arriving on November 5th, making for a brief period of time between reveal and release. Today, Rockstar showed off the first screenshots from the PC version, announced some of the new things we can expect to see, and revealed system requirements for the game.

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Atari VCS gaming PC in question after key architect quits

Atari VCS gaming PC in question after key architect quits

Crowdfunding has given rise to dreamers, scammers, and everything in between. It has become an almost level playing field where even big companies may fail to deliver on promises or even make them a reality. It may be too early to judge the already delayed Atari VCS "retro" gaming PC "console" but it seems that it is getting dragged into controversy yet again after the departure of the still-unfinished product's designer.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC release confirmed out of nowhere

Red Dead Redemption 2 PC release confirmed out of nowhere

After years of rumors, speculation, and requests from fans, the Red Dead Redemption series is finally coming to PC. Rockstar revealed today that it's bringing Red Dead Redemption 2 to PC, and those who were holding out for such an announcement luckily don't have much longer to wait, as the PC version will be out next month.

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PUBG cross platform console play gone live UPDATE: New PUBG ID

PUBG cross platform console play gone live UPDATE: New PUBG ID

Today the folks at PUBG Corporation made the cross-platform experience a reality. Per their note this morning, update 4.3 introduces cross platform play to users on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (PS4). Because of this, users around the world will be able to toss their hat into the same ring at the same time, allowing console users to destroy PC players and say, look, I didn't even use a keyboard.

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Logitech G PRO X keyboard serves up user-replaceable mechanical switches

Logitech G PRO X keyboard serves up user-replaceable mechanical switches

Logitech G has revealed a new mechanical keyboard for its PRO line, and it's bringing an interesting twist to the table. The Logitech G PRO X, as the keyboard is officially called, allows users to swap the mechanical switches themselves. Owning multiple sets of switches to go along with the G PRO X quickly becomes an expensive proposition, but it sounds like the keyboard will offer a level of customization we don't often see outside of DIY circles.

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Razer Huntsman Elite keyboard now comes with linear optical switches

Razer Huntsman Elite keyboard now comes with linear optical switches

Today, Razer revealed that its Huntsman Elite keyboard is getting a bit of an update. Aesthetically, nothing about the Huntsman Elite is changing in this new edition. All of the changes are taking place under the hood, as Razer has outfitted the Hunstman Elite with its linear optical switches.

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John Wick Hex game trailer and release date revealed

John Wick Hex game trailer and release date revealed

This morning we're taking a peek at the newest trailer for the video game John Wick Hex. This game could've gone so wrong - but it looks like it's going very, very right. When you've got a game that's based on a movie series that's largely about "guns, lots of guns," it's easy to imagine which games you could copy. But for John Wick Hex, it would appear that the folks at Bithell Games developed a new sort of angle - just like the films presented something just a LITTLE different from what came before - just different enough!

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Terminator: Resistance trailer isn’t Colonial Marines… we hope

Terminator: Resistance trailer isn’t Colonial Marines… we hope

The trailer begins with a block of TERMINATOR lettering that says we'll be playing in Los Angeles, 2028, 31 years after Judgement Day. It looks a whole lot like we're going to be playing a first person shooter like METRO Exodus but with terminator machines and sound effects and visuals instead of post-apocalyptic Russian monster madness.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have cross-platform play

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have cross-platform play

The release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is nearly upon us, and when it arrives, it'll be bringing cross-platform play with it. This is a big deal for a Call of Duty game, as it's one of the most enduringly popular franchises around. Crossplay will be going live across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, so regardless of the platform your friends are playing on, you'll be able to play with them.

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