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Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia update detailed as 2019 roadmap revealed

Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia update detailed as 2019 roadmap revealed

Fallout 76 got off to a pretty rocky start, but today, 100 days after the game released, Bethesda is looking to put that dark period behind it. Today the company delivered two roadmaps for Fallout 76: one that covers the game's upcoming Wild Appalachia update, and another that goes through the entirety of 2019 in more general terms. In all, it seems there are three big updates planned for Fallout 76 throughout the course of the year.

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Nintendo Switch eShop update lets you try Pokemon before you buy

Nintendo Switch eShop update lets you try Pokemon before you buy

We've arrived at another Thursday, which means that Nintendo has detailed the Switch eShop releases for the week ahead. This time around, one of the bigger releases is actually a demo of Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee. If you're a Pokemon fan who has been wondering if Pokemon Let's Go is something you'll enjoy, now's your chance to find out.

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The Material Design Gmail app is rolling out to Android and iOS now

The Material Design Gmail app is rolling out to Android and iOS now

Google's revamped Gmail app for Android is now rolling out to everybody, with iOS users also starting to see the Material Design update too. The new version of the email app was announced last month, bringing elements of the desktop web interface design to Google's mobile apps for iPhone and Android devices.

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Apex Legends Twitch Prime loot available now: Here’s how to get it

Apex Legends Twitch Prime loot available now: Here’s how to get it

Well that didn't take long at all: hot on the heels of Apex Legends' successful launch, Electronic Arts and Amazon have teamed up to offer some free loot for the game through Twitch Prime. Popular games - especially battle royale titles - are often at the center of these Twitch Prime giveaways, which typically hand out cosmetics or loot boxes to subscribers. For Apex Legends, that's no different, as you'll get one skin and a handful of loot boxes when you redeem the offer.

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Apex Legends update releases Havoc Energy Rifle today

Apex Legends update releases Havoc Energy Rifle today

Apex Legends has enjoyed a pretty meteoric rise, but now that it's been out for a couple of weeks, it's time to talk new content. Respawn has revealed that Apex Legends is getting a new weapon today, which will be the first post-launch item to go live. The weapon is called the Havoc Energy Rifle, and it seems like it could very well be a beast.

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Tetris, of all game franchises, is knocking it out the park

Tetris, of all game franchises, is knocking it out the park

Tetris, like Mario or Pac-Man, is one of those classic game franchises that everyone knows. People who don’t play video games have played Tetris before, and the series has been around long enough to have seen the rebirth of the games industry along with multiple console generations and the winners and losers that come along with them. Tetris is one of those essential video games that everyone should play before they die, just so they can say they experienced one of the greats.

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Fortnite v7.40 patch notes: Driftboards, two new LTMs

Fortnite v7.40 patch notes: Driftboards, two new LTMs

Just as Epic announced yesterday, Fortnite's v7.40 content update went live this morning, bringing the long-awaited Driftboard along with it. The Driftboard was originally scheduled to go live back in December, but Epic decided to push back its launch at the last minute to make some quality of life changes. After a couple of months of waiting, players finally have the chance to glide around on the Driftboard.

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After a delay, Fortnite is finally getting the Driftboard

After a delay, Fortnite is finally getting the Driftboard

Epic has started teasing the next item coming to Fortnite, and it's one that was intended to debut at the beginning of season 7. We're talking about the Driftboard, which was originally scheduled to go live in Fortnite's v7.10 content update weeks ago. It was removed from the patch at the 11th hour so Epic could continue to tweak and balance it before release, with the promise that it would be added in a later update.

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Fortnite’s overpowered Infinity Blade returns for new LTM

Fortnite’s overpowered Infinity Blade returns for new LTM

Back in December, shortly after Fortnite season 7 kicked off, Epic added the Infinity Blade to the game. A nod to the mobile game series centered around the weapon, it quickly became clear that the Infinity Blade was supremely overpowered. Epic initially nerfed the weapon, but not even that was enough. In the end, the Infinity Blade was vaulted only days after it was introduced.

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Respawn hits 16,000 Apex Legends cheaters with the banhammer

Respawn hits 16,000 Apex Legends cheaters with the banhammer

Respawn has enjoyed some pretty insane success with Apex Legends since its surprise launch a couple of weeks ago. The game pulled in a whopping 25 million players in its first week alone, which is certainly more than most battle royale games can claim. Of course, along with those millions of players comes droves of cheaters, but it seems that Respawn is on the case.

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Apple acquires Pullstring for likely Siri upgrade

Apple acquires Pullstring for likely Siri upgrade

Apple seems to want to expand the speed at which Siri is implemented in 3rd-party products. At least that's what it'd seem, given their acquisition of the group called Pullstring. This group is in the business of assisting with the building and designing of voice apps for physical products. Oh, they've got their own conversational AI, too.

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Android testing Google login-free app updating

Android testing Google login-free app updating

A new even earlier timing for updating Google apps became apparent this week as Google aims for better security and an overall more consistent mobile experience. Developers received messages notifying them of the testing of this new feature and that it'll be rolling out to users across the planet in the near future. This service will be opt-out, if for whatever reason a user would want to choose to keep their older versions of apps at sign-in.

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