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PS5 guide to leaks and confirmed details before release

PS5 guide to leaks and confirmed details before release

Today we're looking at the Sony PlayStation 5, or PS5, using all the information we've gathered over the last few weeks. Today is a special day in that over the last 24 hours, we've learned more than was leaked over the past couple of months. Today's pack of information should be enough to assist your decision to start saving up cash to buy the PS5 (or to skip it and buy a few more PS4 games instead).

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Next-gen PlayStation could be 8 times faster than PS4 Pro

Next-gen PlayStation could be 8 times faster than PS4 Pro

The Nintendo Switch may be the darling of the console gaming market but when it comes to raw power, the Xbox One and PS4 are still the ones to beat. Especially the PS4 Pro, which unlike its Microsoft rival, is able to support VR experiences. Even more so the next generation PlayStation, a.k.a. the PS5, which has now been leaked to be powerful enough to provide an experience "without disconnections", a.k.a. stuttering and loading.

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Here’s how to access your personal Fortnite Season 8 recap video

Here’s how to access your personal Fortnite Season 8 recap video

If you're already nostalgic over your Fortnite history, good news: Epic has a new account tool that gives players a private, customized recap of their Season 8 gameplay. The recap comes in the form of a shareable video that breaks down different aspects of a player's Season 8 experience, including the friend they played with the most, the creator they supported, their favorite emote, and more.

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Microsoft’s new Xbox commitments target toxic parts of gaming

Microsoft’s new Xbox commitments target toxic parts of gaming

Xbox chief Phil Spencer has detailed Microsoft's commitment to dealing with the toxic culture found in the gaming community. In his commentary on the matter, Spencer kicked off the details by saying, 'First, gaming is for everyone.' As such, says Spencer, 'Second, gaming must promote and protect safety for all.' Under these two 'fundamental truths,' Microsoft's head of Xbox explained, the company is publishing multiple commitment that will improve gaming for everyone.

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Overwatch’s Anniversary event returns with week-long free trial

Overwatch’s Anniversary event returns with week-long free trial

Believe it or not, Overwatch is about to turn three years old. As it does every year on the anniversary of its launch, Blizzard will be hosting an in-game event that'll see various seasonal modes return for the duration. Of course, this is also a good chance for you to unlock some skins that you may have missed during previous events, so if you're a relatively new player, the anniversary event will be a chance to play catch up when it comes to cosmetics.

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Big Call of Duty shake up sees Treyarch start Black Ops 5 early

Big Call of Duty shake up sees Treyarch start Black Ops 5 early

For a number of years now, Activision has stuck to a Call of Duty development schedule that sees three different studios working on yearly releases. As a result, each individual studio has three-year development cycles for its respective Call of Duty games, but now a new report says that a major shake-up has taken place at Activision. The result is that we'll see Treyarch's Black Ops 5 land a year earlier than anticipated, giving the developer only two years to make it.

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Outer Wilds gets a release date surprise and launch trailer

Outer Wilds gets a release date surprise and launch trailer

If you've been looking forward to Outer Wilds, the next game from What Remains of Edith Finch publisher Annapurna Interactive, then you're in for some great news today. Annapurna and the game's developer, Mobius Digital, revealed the game's release date today. Even better than getting a release date is learning that it's right around the corner.

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Pokemon GO debuts new Lures, new Pokemon, and Eevee evolutions

Pokemon GO debuts new Lures, new Pokemon, and Eevee evolutions

Pokemon is one of those almost never-ending franchises that keeps on adding new monsters. That's great news for Niantic Labs because it won't be running out of new content any time soon. They just Gen 4 critters from the Sinnoh region just a while back but now they're adding a few more. But perhaps a bit more interesting for some collectors is the arrival of two new Eeveelutions, including a one-time trick to get them.

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Blizzard to World of Warcraft Classic players: Those bugs aren’t bugs

Blizzard to World of Warcraft Classic players: Those bugs aren’t bugs

Though World of Warcraft Classic won't be widely available until later this year, many players received access to the game via its beta launch last week. Days later, Blizzard has published a list of non-issues that players keep reporting as bugs, advising these players that 'the nature' of the game 'sometimes invokes different memories for different players...' Those discrepancies have resulted in some players perceiving normal gameplay as buggy.

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Apex Legends patch adds bug fixes, louder footsteps, performance boost

Apex Legends patch adds bug fixes, louder footsteps, performance boost

Next week, Respawn will release its next Apex Legends patch, introducing a number of important bug fixes to the game. This update will primarily revolve around audio, including fixing numerous audio issues and making some quality of life adjustments. Among the latter changes, Respawn says footsteps audio will soon be louder to help players determine when someone is nearby.

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Epic talks Fortnite Competitive bugs, balance tweaks and AMA plan

Epic talks Fortnite Competitive bugs, balance tweaks and AMA plan

Epic Games has offered some details on the major bugs recently experienced during its competitive gameplay and its decision to disable all vehicles during this weekend's planned Finals. The matter revolves around a 'critical issue' the company discovered last weekend involving in-game vehicles and a bug that caused players to get stuck in them. The company also talked about the disconnecting duos issue, some upcoming balance adjustments, and more.

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Minecraft’s latest sales figures prove it isn’t going anywhere

Minecraft’s latest sales figures prove it isn’t going anywhere

Today is a pretty big day for Minecraft, being the 10th anniversary of its first public release. The game has come a long way in 10 years, spreading from PC to pretty much every modern platform available, becoming a tool for education, and soon, it'll even make the jump to augmented reality. It's one of the most enduring games of the modern era, and today, Microsoft gave us a better idea of just how popular it's become over these past 10 years.

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