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Superhot: Mind Control Delete game will be free for most fans

Superhot: Mind Control Delete game will be free for most fans

Popular time-bending shooter game Superhot is getting a new sequel that will be free for game owners. Called Superhot: Mind Control Delete, the developers are promising longer gameplay with more insight into the unique world, as well as additional storylines. The same basic mechanics remain, however -- players will be tasked with shooting opponents in a world where time only moves when they do.

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Far Cry 6 release date leaked with art and plot

Far Cry 6 release date leaked with art and plot

No less than Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring from Breaking Bad) appears on the cover for the next major release in the Far Cry game series. The game Far Cry 6 was leaked today before the folks at Ubisoft had a chance to hold an event or make any sort of major announcement of the title on their own. This game was quite clearly accidentally revealed via the Hong Kong PlayStation Store, complete with details about the release date, setting, synopsis, and key art for the game.

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Xbox Game Pass just added a very controversial title

Xbox Game Pass just added a very controversial title

There are a lot of noteworthy titles on Xbox Game Pass, but today, one of the most visible games in recent memory is landing on the service. That game is Fallout 76, which lately has been branching out from Bethesda's in-house launcher, as its Game Pass arrival follows closely on the heels of a launch on Steam.

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Microsoft cranks pressure on game devs with Xbox Series X success at stake

Microsoft cranks pressure on game devs with Xbox Series X success at stake

Microsoft has already spoken a fair amount about Xbox Smart Delivery, which is a new feature that will essentially offer free upgrades for cross-generation games. Halo Infinite, for instance, will be a Smart Delivery title, which means that when players purchase it on Xbox One, they'll also get the Xbox Series X version for free if they one day upgrade consoles. Microsoft has already said that all first-party games launching on both Xbox One and Xbox Series X will be Smart Delivery titles, leaving third-party developers the option to use Smart Delivery as well.

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning release date and new expansion confirmed

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning release date and new expansion confirmed

Back at the beginning of June, THQ Nordic confirmed that it's remastering Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, a game from the Xbox 360 and PS3 era that was the sole title made by 38 Studios. When it made that announcement, THQ Nordic gave us next to nothing in terms of details aside from confirming the title of the remaster - Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning - and confirming that it would include all of Amalur's DLC.

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8bitdo SN30 Pro controller gets Xbox One treatment for Project xCloud

8bitdo SN30 Pro controller gets Xbox One treatment for Project xCloud

The SN30 Pro is perhaps 8bitdo's most popular controller design, and today, the company announced that it's getting something of an Xbox One makeover. Officially dubbed the "SN30 Pro for Xbox," what this controller lacks in title creativity it makes up for in functionality. First and foremost, it seems that this controller is being made primarily for Project xCloud users, because it comes with a gaming clip that can adjust between 49mm and 86mm to fit a range of smartphones.

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NBA 2K21 will cost more on next-gen consoles – and you’ll have to pay to upgrade

NBA 2K21 will cost more on next-gen consoles – and you’ll have to pay to upgrade

With the end of the current console generation fast approaching, there are plenty of people wondering how publishers and developers will handle cross-generation games. On Xbox Series X, we'll see Smart Delivery, a feature that lets customers buy a game on either Xbox One or Xbox Series X and own it on the other platform, but Microsoft isn't forcing publishers to participate in that program. One publisher who clearly won't be participating in Smart Delivery is 2K Games with NBA 2K21.

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Fallout 76 leads a huge month for Xbox Game Pass

Fallout 76 leads a huge month for Xbox Game Pass

If you're subscribed to Xbox Game Pass, you've got some big titles heading your way this month. Two of the four titles are exclusive to the console version of Game Pass, while one is exclusive to the PC version. The final game is coming to both console and PC, and it's definitely the most recognizable one of the bunch: Fallout 76.

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Microsoft has a ton of Xbox One demos lined up for Summer Game Fest

Microsoft has a ton of Xbox One demos lined up for Summer Game Fest

With E3 2020 cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Summer Game Fest was created to fill the void. Of course, a digital event like Summer Game Fest can't really replicate the full experience of a show like E3, but it looks like Microsoft is going to try hard to do just that anyway. The company has announced that next month, it'll serve up demos for more than 60 games that are on the way to Xbox One as part of Summer Game Fest.

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Crysis Remastered reveal and release hit with delay

Crysis Remastered reveal and release hit with delay

This week should have been a big one for Crysis Remastered, and in some ways, it already has been. Crytek was planning to fully reveal the game this week, but after a trailer for Crysis Remastered leaked and received a somewhat negative reaction from fans, it seems those plans have changed. Crytek announced today that the both the launch of the game and the reveal of the trailer have been delayed by a few weeks.

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Call of Duty: Warzone matches are about to have a lot more enemies

Call of Duty: Warzone matches are about to have a lot more enemies

Call of Duty: Warzone players are getting a big update later today. Just a couple of weeks after season four dropped, Activision and Infinity Ward have announced a "Season Four Reloaded" update that will see the number of players in each Warzone match swell to 200 for a limited time. It sounds like Warzone players are in for some particularly crowded battle royale matches.

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Mixer converting to Facebook Gaming, starting now

Mixer converting to Facebook Gaming, starting now

Microsoft just announced that they'd be shutting down their streaming platform Mixer, "enabling" gamers to "transition" to Facebook Gaming. The announcement came at the tail end of the WWDC 2020 Apple streaming event, while tech and gaming press were busy finishing up their first wave of coverage of Apple's event. Microsoft's announcement subtly suggested that they were "teaming up" with Facebook Gaming so that they could "make it easy for anyone in the Mixer community to join, if they choose to do so."

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