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Final Fantasy 15 gets four more story DLCs in 2019

Final Fantasy 15 gets four more story DLCs in 2019

Final Fantasy XV has already seen plenty of post-launch DLC content, including a number story episodes and even a multiplayer mode. While this is much more than the average single-player RPG sees, developer Square Enix has revealed that it has plans to continue supporting the game well into 2019, with new content later this year, and four additional story-focused episodes next year.

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Sea of Thieves just revealed how it’ll prevent griefing

Sea of Thieves just revealed how it’ll prevent griefing

With the hype surrounding Sea of Thieves' launch beginning to die down a bit (and the game's server stabilizing as a result), Rare can begin focusing more on improving the game through post-launch content and updates. Rare has been collecting player feedback about the game, and in upcoming patches will look to fix some of the problem areas Sea of Thieves fans have been reporting. If you've been a victim of brig abuse, then take heart, because figuring out a solution seems to be pretty high up on Rare's to-do list.

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Spyro Reignited Trilogy confirmed for Xbox One and PS4

Spyro Reignited Trilogy confirmed for Xbox One and PS4

Activision found a lot of success in reviving the Crash Bandicoot franchise with last year's N. Sane Trilogy, so it only makes sense that it would look to other dormant series for more opportunities. Back in February, we heard that the company may be thinking of giving the original Spyro trilogy the same treatment it gave to Crash Bandicoot, and today, Activision confirmed those reports.

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Fortnite gets vending machines and lots of explosions with new update

Fortnite gets vending machines and lots of explosions with new update

Fortnite version 3.4 dropped last week, bringing some new content and a number of big fixes with it, but today, Epic Games is tossing more into the mix. Today's patch is all about content, and it adds an interesting new feature to Battle Royale: vending machines. If you find yourself with too many resources and not enough firepower in your matches, vending machines could very well be the answer to your problems.

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Overwatch Archives gets Uprising reboot for 2018: Here’s what’s new

Overwatch Archives gets Uprising reboot for 2018: Here’s what’s new

As teased last week, Overwatch's Uprising event will be returning for a second go around later this month, but when it arrives, it'll be larger in scope. In a new developer update, Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan announced that this year's event will be called Overwatch Archives. So, what's the different between last year's Overwatch Uprising and this year's Overwatch Archives?

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Fortnite Battle Royale update 3.4 is live – Here’s what’s new

Fortnite Battle Royale update 3.4 is live – Here’s what’s new

Fortnite Battle Royale version 3.4 is here and it seems to add quite a bit to the game that is currently taking the world by storm. There are, of course, plenty of bug fixes and optimizations being made in this patch, but those are never the exciting parts of a new update. It probably goes without saying, but most players are likely looking forward to the new weapons and game modes coming along with this patch.

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Overwatch Uprising returns for a second round next month

Overwatch Uprising returns for a second round next month

Most of Overwatch's in-game events tie into a holiday or time of year, so revisiting them on a yearly basis makes a lot of sense. Then we come to Overwatch Uprising, an event which has no ties to real-world happenings, but rather tells the story of Overwatch back before the team was first disbanded. Since it isn't anchored in the real world, we weren't sure if Uprising would return for a second go this year, but now Blizzard has confirmed that it will.

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Jurassic World Evolution release date revealed

Jurassic World Evolution release date revealed

If you're anything like me, then you loved dinosaurs growing up and the original Jurassic Park may as well be the best movie ever made. There have been quite a few attempts at Jurassic Park video games over the years - some of them successful, others not so much. Unquestionably one of the most ambitions of the bunch is Frontier's incoming Jurassic World Evolution, which tasks you with creating a Jurassic Park of your own and managing the various disasters that are certain to come along with it.

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No Man’s Sky is coming to Xbox One with a major content update

No Man’s Sky is coming to Xbox One with a major content update

It's been a little while since we last heard from No Man's Sky, but these days, it's looking like a vastly different game than the one we saw at launch. We're quickly approaching the two-year anniversary of No Man's Sky August 2016 release, and all this time, Hello Games has been working to improve the title. Today, the company surprised us by announcing that No Man's Sky will be coming to Xbox One later this year.

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Xbox Games with Gold April lineup detailed

Xbox Games with Gold April lineup detailed

Just as Sony is detailing the free PlayStation Plus game for April today, Microsoft is doing the same for the free titles that will be offered through Xbox Live's Games with Gold. Like all of the months before, Microsoft will be handing out four games in total: two each for Xbox One and Xbox 360. The Xbox 360 titles, as always, will be backward compatible with Xbox One, meaning that Xbox One players will net four free games should they want to dedicate the bandwidth to downloading all of them.

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Sea of Thieves drops plans for “death tax” after community pushback

Sea of Thieves drops plans for “death tax” after community pushback

Now that Sea of Thieves has launched, Rare is looking to improve the game with new features and updates. Right now, Sea of Thieves can feel a little feature-light, with PvP dominating the game because there aren't really any penalties in place for failing. Recently, Rare announced to plans to change that by deducting gold from players who die on the high seas, but after an outcry from players, it seems those plans have changed.

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Fortnite’s tempting starter pack is now live in the US

Fortnite’s tempting starter pack is now live in the US

Over the past few months, Fortnite Battle Royale has become quite the sensation, thanks in large part to the fact that it's free-to-play. This puts it in stark contrast to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, the other giant of the battle royale genre, which costs $30 upfront. Of course, Epic Games created Fortnite to make money, and it does that by selling various skins and bonuses as in-game microtransactions.

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