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QuakeCon 2021 dates revealed as event goes all digital once more

QuakeCon 2021 dates revealed as event goes all digital once more

The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed a lot of in-person events over the past year and a half, and even though the vaccine roll out might signify a light at the end of the tunnel for many, there are a number of events that will continue take place entirely online throughout the rest of the year. Today, we learned that QuakeCon 2021 is one of those events, as Bethesda has revealed that it will once again be an all-digital affair later this summer.

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Nintendo Switch Pro named by UDC with new screen

Nintendo Switch Pro named by UDC with new screen

The new Nintendo Switch Pro hasn't yet been confirmed by Nintendo, but that didn't stop the UDC from spilling the beans on their latest investors call. As noted by Steven V. Abramson, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director for the Universal Display Corporation, suggested that "Nintendo has selected an OLED screen for the new Switch Pro."

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ONEXPLAYER gaming PC handheld comes with a bigger screen

ONEXPLAYER gaming PC handheld comes with a bigger screen

Handheld gaming computers are nothing new and there have been quite a few models from different companies, most of them hailing from China, for almost every generation of Intel processors. It isn't until the 11th-gen Intel "Tiger Lake", however, that the chip maker's graphics technology could truly be considered worthy of gaming on its own. Unsurprisingly, there have also been new attempts at putting that Intel chip into more portable forms, and the ONEXPLAYER is not only the latest but also the biggest in that category.

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PS Remote Play iOS app now supports PS5 DualSense controller

PS Remote Play iOS app now supports PS5 DualSense controller

Although game streaming is slowly catching on these days thanks to Google Stadia and Microsoft Xbox Game Pass, Sony has actually been offering something similar more than a decade ago. Remote Play, of course, just streams the game locally from a PlayStation console already present at home but it still offers some measure of convenience for those who don't want to always be in the living room. Sony is now expanding that platform by just a bit, finally bringing support for the PS5 DualSense controller in the Remote Play app, at least under some circumstances.

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PS5 VR leak hints at massively upgraded next-gen 4K model

PS5 VR leak hints at massively upgraded next-gen 4K model

In late March, Sony confirmed that it is working on a next-generation PlayStation VR headset that will launch at some point for the PS5 console. Though we're still lacking many official details at this time, Sony did reveal the controllers that will come with the next version of its VR product, ones that'll sport the same kind of innovation seen with the DualSense controllers.

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Epic taps Casetify to launch limited-edition Fortnite phone cases

Epic taps Casetify to launch limited-edition Fortnite phone cases

You can now sport your favorite Fortnite character on the back of your phone thanks to a team-up between Epic Games and phone case maker Casetify. The duo has revealed a lineup of limited-edition Fortnite-themed smartphone cases, as well as smartwatch bands and a couple of cases for Apple's AirPods.

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Battlefield 2021 reveal teased for this summer

Battlefield 2021 reveal teased for this summer

We've already had confirmation from EA and DICE that there will be a new mainline Battlefield game this year, but aside from that, the two companies have remained tight-lipped on the title. Of course, we don't expect the new Battlefield game to launch until late autumn, as that's when most Battlefield games in recent memory have launched, but we're expecting the actual reveal to happen sometime this summer. Today, DICE may have given us a window for that official reveal.

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Ubisoft Originals branding could mean big changes are coming

Ubisoft Originals branding could mean big changes are coming

Ubisoft has announced that it's rolling out new branding for all of the games it makes in-house. Those titles will now be known as "Ubisoft Originals," and considering the number of studios Ubisoft has under that umbrella, we're probably going to be seeing a lot of that branding in the future. The first game this branding will appear in is Tom Clancy's The Division: Heartland.

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Adidas Xbox shoes leaked for 2021 release

Adidas Xbox shoes leaked for 2021 release

PlayStation Nike shoes were announced earlier this year - now it's time for Microsoft to team with ADIDAS for the collaboration that HAD to happen. The first of these shoes was leaked in a document this week: Xbox x Adidas Forum Tech Boost. Per the leaked info, there'll be at least three different shoes with Adidas x Xbox branding, all in the year 2021.

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Epic just revealed all of the Batman/Fortnite comic book rewards

Epic just revealed all of the Batman/Fortnite comic book rewards

Thus far, DC Comics and Epic have only released the first two out of the six total comic books in the limited series Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point. Each issue comes with a digital code to redeem a Fortnite item for free, but the company was only revealing those items when the new issues were released. That has changed.

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Fortnite Wild Weeks takes over season six: What this means for players

Fortnite Wild Weeks takes over season six: What this means for players

Epic has announced Fortnite Wild Week, a sort of dynamic adjustment to the battle royale gameplay that will keep things feeling fresh and require players to stay on top of their strategies. Put simply, each week for the remainder of the game's season six will put emphasis on a different type of weapon with its own unique benefits and drawbacks.

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Epic Games vs. Apple trial is unearthing more than intended

Epic Games vs. Apple trial is unearthing more than intended

The Epic Games vs. Apple bench trial, one of the most high-profile court cases in recent memory kicked off on Monday this week and it is destined to have some ramifications for the tech and gaming industry as a whole. This antitrust lawsuit filed by Epic Games against Apple intends to free the tight control of Apple over its App Store, which is allegedly categorized as an unfair monopoly.

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