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  2. A massive Call of Duty datamine has leaked a raft of details about Activision's upcoming plans for Modern Warfare and Warzone, as well as the unannounced Modern Warfare 2 remaster. Notorious Call of Duty leaker Senescallo, who revealed accurate Warzone details ahead of time, took to Reddit to dump information revealed by yesterday's update for Modern Warfare. The highlight here is art for Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, as well as information on how it will be sold. It sounds like you can buy it standalone, or buy it from within Modern Warfare 2019. Read more View the full article
  3. Infinity Ward has added a new playlist to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare MP on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC late night on March 27. This new update ties in to fans asking for a playlist of the favorite maps to play from. This new playlist is called Cabin Fever and includes: Rust Shipment Shoot House Hackney Yard Gun Runner And it features a moshpit of modes including: TDM Domination Headquarters Kill Confirmed Hardpoint The new playlist is now live on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Infinity Ward has not how long this playlist will be available for. The post New Cabin Fever playlist live now in Modern Warfare appeared first on Charlie INTEL. View the full article
  4. When you start a new island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you'll find an assortment of flowers of one type on your cliffs. As you play, you'll be able to buy more flower seeds and plant a variety of flower species to spruce up your island paradise. All of these flowers will be red, yellow, or white, but there are also quite a few other colors you can get if you learn to garden the Animal Crossing way. These "hybrid" flowers include black, blue, purple, pink, and orange variations of the flowers you can plant normally. Hybrid flowers aren't just pretty--they can sometimes attract rare bugs you couldn't get otherwise and can also be used as crafting ingredients, so it's a good idea to have at least a few on your island. Types Of Flowers Like with your native island fruit, there will be one type of flower that grows on your cliffs when you start the game; keep in mind that you'll need a ladder to scale the cliffs. You can buy other varieties of flowers (in seed form) from Tommy in Resident Services or at Nook's Cranny when it opens. The flower varieties include: Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  5. There is a third Maxis who, as far as we know, spends all of his time gathering artefacts from all conceivable dimensions. The Empty Earth was his base of operations - he specifically designed the mechanism that prevented those without a soul accessing the Kronorium. The Timeline refers to him as "An Alternate Maxis" (in the context of the House Maxis beginning experimentation).
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  7. There are a ton of reasons to use a VPN in today's world. Being able to connect to a private network and hide your true location has a lot of security benefits, but it can also be a great way to access content that's restricted to specific regions from around the web--I even use one to look at other region's prices for GameSpot's deals coverage. And if you're stuck inside during these trying times, you may be looking at another country's available movies and TV shows, wondering how you can watch them. A safe, secure VPN is the answer. Now, there are a ton of free VPN options out there, but I wouldn't recommend any of them. It can be hard to tell which ones are actually of good quality and even harder to know if any of them are monitoring, using, and/or selling your personal information. My suggestion is to avoid all the free options. Thankfully, there are a number of affordable and great VPN providers out there, all of which have been tested and verified by us or our sister site CNET. We've selected a handful that we trust and included their best deal, but if you're looking for even more options, be sure to check out CNET's guide to the best VPN service for 2020. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  8. Why would he do this? What use does Hudson and Mason's survival have for Maxis? We know a Maxis vanished in the Agonia fracture doing all kind of weird shit, after Broken Arrow had contact with him. This reminds me of Rad's recent thread about Blackout, including also the archytypes (do I say that right?) of Hudson and Mason. If Blackout truly is Broken Arrow's, or their meddling in that Texan weapon producent, they have contact with Maxis. Could Maxis have contacted the CIA outlaws for Broken Arrow?
  9. Housing is hard to come by in the MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV, as there's limited space and lots within the game's residential areas. It's why Square Enix also has a condition that if a house hasn't been accessed for 30 days, it'll be marked for automatic demolition--and after 45 days of inactivity, the house will then be removed. However, citing the effects of coronavirus and its impact on people's situations--and by extension, its player base--Square Enix has enacted a temporary freeze on its housing policy. On the official FFXIV site, Square Enix put out a statement about the change and stated, "Taking into account the world-wide spread of the COVID-19 (also known as 'novel coronavirus') and the economical effects of various cities going into lock-down, we have decided to temporarily suspend automatic housing demolition." The freeze on housing demolition went into effect immediately. However, if your house had already been marked for demolition prior to the change in policy, you'll need to access your house in order to save it. The freeze will be in effect indefinitely as the FFXIV team said that it will "monitor the situation in the coming days, and inform you all when we have come to a decision that auto-demolition can commence again." Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  10. If you thought March already had enough to keep you busy with big games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Doom Eternal, then you're mistaken. April is nearly upon us, and with it comes riveting dose of nostalgia in the form of top-tier classic game remakes, Final Fantasy VII and Resident Evil 3. Another notable standout this month is Microsoft's Gears Tactics, an XCOM-style spin-off of the Gears of War franchise, which comes alongside several other releases both big and small. To give you a look at what's ahead for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch, we've rounded up all the biggest games of April 2020 below. For a broader look at the titles still to come this year, be sure to check out our list of game release dates in 2020. Resident Evil 3 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) -- April 3 Following the success of last year's Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom is already giving us a remake of Resident Evil 3. As returning series protagonist Jill Valentine, you embark on a perilous journey to survive the early days of Raccoon City's zombie outbreak. All the while, a towering bioweapon known as Nemesis hunts you at every turn, making your struggle to escape that much more difficult. Like its predecessor, RE3 reimagines the events of the original to create a unique survival-horror experience that looks to defy the expectations of longtime series fans, while also terrifying and surprising newcomers. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  11. Developer Ustwo's delightful perspective-based puzzle adventure Monument Valley 2 and turn-based Tomb Raider spin-off Lara Croft Go are currently free on iOS and Android, should you be searching for some additional indoor entertainment this weekends. Monument Valley 2, described as an "illusory adventure of impossible architecture and forgiveness" by its creator, released back in 2017, offering up an enhanced slice of its predecessor's wonderfully chilled, perspective-shifting challenges. As before, the goal is to rotate each perfectly formed stage, sometimes manipulating specific contraptions, in order to create impossible, Escher-like pathways and guide your tiny charge, Ro, to the exit. The sequel's big twist, however, is that Ro is now joined by her daughter, with some stages requiring players to shift both characters in tandem, each performing one half of an action needed to proceed. Eurogamer's Christian Donlan shared his thoughts on the cleverness at the heart of the Monumental Valley series earlier this year, if you're keen to know more. Read more View the full article
  12. The second of Borderlands 3's DLC expansions--Guns, Love, and Tentacles: The Marriage of Wainwright & Hammerlock--has been released and so I figured it would be as good a time as any to jump back into Gearbox's first-person loot shooter. The Borderlands franchise has a decent track record when it comes to DLC and it's been a few months since I played the third mainline installment so, ya know, why not? However, I wasn't particularly enthused by my time with Guns, Love, and Tentacles, largely because Gearbox's interpretation of H.P. Lovecraft's work incorporates some of the problematic parts of the author's worldview and then does nothing to address them. It's the DLC's portrayal of black people that irks me the most, largely because of the Borderlands franchise's style of storytelling. Borderlands games traditionally explore concepts or pieces of pop culture through sarcasm, satire, or playful homage. Gearbox takes something that already exists and adapts it to match its style of irreverent Borderlands mayhem. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  13. Nintendo shared a new trailer for Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition during this week's surprise Nintendo Direct Mini. Along with giving us another look at the upcoming game, the presentation revealed that there will be entirely new story content, and you'll be able to play it right from the beginning. Nintendo confirmed on Twitter that the new epilogue story in Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition--called Xenoblade Chronicles: Future Connected--will be available from the outset, so you won't first need to clear the main storyline to access it. That's good news if you've previously played the game and want to jump right into the new content, as the main story can take upwards of 100 hours to finish. Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is slated to launch on May 29. However, as Nintendo noted at the start of the Direct Mini, release dates that were announced during the presentation are subject to change due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  14. Here we go…the latest episode of This Week On Xbox. Remember, you can watch This Week On Xbox from the Community section of the Xbox One dashboard in Canada, the UK and the US or watch it on the Xbox YouTube channel (This Week on Xbox Playlist). Leave a comment below or hit me up on Twitter and let me know what you think of the show. Related: This Week On Xbox: March 20, 2020 This Week On Xbox: March 13, 2020 This Week On Xbox: February 28, 2020 View the full article
  15. Fortnite's Week 6 challenges of Season 2 are now live, and like last week's batch, these are themed around the Meowscles skin. That means that you'll need to do some cat-like things to complete a few of the missions, such as destroying dog houses. If you're not sure where those can be found, we've put together the map and guide below to help you out. Where Are The Dog House Locations? Dog houses aren't exactly prominent fixtures, so you may have some trouble tracking them down. Fortunately, there are quite a few of them scattered around the map, so it shouldn't be too difficult to find three and complete this challenge. Many can be found by houses in big residential areas like Pleasant Park and Holly Hedges, so you'll definitely want to narrow your search to places like that. To make it easier, we've marked down some areas where you can reliably find dog houses on the map below. Fortnite dog house locations Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  16. This year's Summer Games Done Quick charity speed-running event has, inevitably given current global events, been postponed, but its organisers have unveiled a new online-only money-raising event, Corona Relief Done Quick, due to take place in April. Summer Games Done Quick was originally set to run from 21st June to 28th June in Bloomington, Minnesota, but organisers have rescheduled the charity event in response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. It's now expected to take place from 16th-23rd August this year, and all game submissions and volunteer applications will need to be submitted afresh. Although the main event is now some way off as a result, GDQ has announced it'll be holding a special online-only streamed marathon, Corona Relief Done Quick, from 17th-19th April. All donations received will go directly to Direct Relief, a "humanitarian aid organisation with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies." Read more View the full article
  17. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you could travel to a tropical island and find a variety of different fish, bugs, and fruit. This island was always the same, permanently in summer year-round. The Mystery Tour in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an extension of this feature, with a variety of deserted islands to visit (but within your own hemisphere and season). Mystery Tour islands are much smaller than your main island, but they're great for meeting new villagers, gathering extra resources, and even making tons of money if you're lucky. We've rounded up our best tips for deserted-island hopping as well as all the types of Mystery Tour islands we've found so far. For more Animal Crossing guides, be sure to check out our guide hub, which links out to our various features explaining and answering some of the game's biggest subjects. Otherwise, read our Animal Crossing: New Horizons review in progress. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  18. It's been less than a week since Valve's seminal Half-Life series made its long overdue return in the form of the VR-exclusive Half-Life: Alyx, and, already, the race is on to get it running on a standard screen using mouse and keyboard. A fully playable version might still be a long way off, but footage has emerged offering a first taste of Alyx running outside of VR. Valve New Network creator Tyler McVicker initially demoed the rudimentary VR-free version of Alyx, restricted to the most basic of interactions, during a data-mining livestream earlier this week. As McVicker explains in a new video, he was making use of a pre-release build of the game, mistakenly made accessible through Steam, that still included tools enabling developers to test Alyx without strapping on a headset. However, even with these tools, says McVicker, Alyx without VR is still an incredibly limited affair. The traditional "use" key simply doesn't work as you might expect, and with no way to gain direct control of Alyx's hands, even some of the most basic interactions aren't possible. Read more View the full article
  19. When it comes to playing the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, it can be a bit difficult for those with big hands. Whether it's cramps or my hands falling asleep, it's not a very comfortable experience. Thankfully, there are a lot of great options, including Switch grips and one particularly great controller. The Hori Split Pad Pro was released alongside last year's Daemon X Machina, but thankfully, it works great with almost every single game on the Switch--and right now, it's discounted on Amazon. The Hori Split Pad Pro is currently $40.54 on Amazon right now, down from its original price of $50. It comes with free Prime shipping, though depending on your location, it may take a while to arrive. It's unclear how long this deal will last, so if you're interested, it's best to act sooner rather than later. Hori Split Pad Pro $40.54 ($50) Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  20. Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is launching on Steam Early Access on March 30, a day earlier than expected. The sequel, developed by TaleWorlds Entertainment, has been eight years in the making. On top of releasing a day early, Mount & Blade II will also be available for 10% off during the first two weeks of sale. Anyone who owns a previous title in the series will be eligible for an additional 10% off in select digital stores, too. The reason for this? The coronavirus, of course. "It might seem like a pretty ideal time to release a game (after all, everyone is at home right!?)," the studio said in a blog post. "But we know that the current situation has placed a lot of people in a difficult position when it comes to balancing their finances and risking their health," so it decided to introduce some discounts. TaleWorlds has recently been working on the game remotely, but that hasn't slowed down development. "We have tried to make the best of a bad situation and thankfully, with the help of our IT team, have been able to continue work on the project from home. This has come with its own challenges of course, but we are still very grateful and lucky to work in an industry where it is possible to work remotely, which we know isn't the case for many of you." Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  21. Gearbox has been steadily raising overall power level of Borderlands 3 with events that offer more generous drops and level cap increases. Still, you may be missing out on some high-level gear, so the developer has made it easier than ever to get great loot for a limited time. Until April 2, you can just buy it. A "Door Busters Mini Event" in the game adds legendary weapons and items to vending machines. That applies across all types of gear, so you can get legendary mods and shields from med vending machines, and legendary grenades from ammo vendors, in addition to legendary guns. Some legendary items are one-of-a-kind collectibles with special properties, which you can usually tell if the name of the gear makes some kind of reference to another piece of Borderlands lore or even other video games. Others are just super-charged versions of epic or rare guns with stronger stats or more modifiers. Note that some special legendaries are locked to story missions, and as a result probably can't be found in vending machines. As usual for vending machines, the gear offered will be roughly matched to your current level, so the higher your stats the better loot you can buy. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  22. Predator: Hunting Grounds will have an open beta this weekend, across both PS4 and PC. The asymmetrical multiplayer title will also support cross-play during the weekend, giving you a chance to play with a wider pool of players during its test. Predator: Hunting Grounds borrows ideas from developer Illfonic Games' previous multiplayer title, Friday The 13th. Four players assume the roles of four different human classes, ranging from a standard assault class to a sneaky scout and supportive medic. You'll have to fight against a range of AI enemies and complete objectives to escape the tropical horror, while a fifth player assumes the role of the iconic Predator to hunt you down. Players can attempt to take down the Predator or complete objectives fast enough to escape, while the Predator needs to use sophisticated weapons to pick off other players without being caught in a trap. Predator players will have three distinct configurations to choose from, each with their own tools and weapons that inform your method of hunting. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  23. I love almost everything about Doom Eternal, including those tough Marauders that some people have a disdain for. But there's an optional aspect of the game that is thrust upon you from the start and can negatively impact the experience--those pesky tutorial messages. Whenever you first encounter a new enemy type in Eternal, you're immediately presented with a pop-up notification explaining virtually everything you need to know about them, including weaknesses and how to most effectively deal with them. This doesn't happen after being killed by such an enemy (although the loading screens do default to enemy-specific tips depending on how you died), but before you've even had the opportunity to fire a shot, let alone begin to examine their behavior or prod for weak spots. Part of the joy with Doom Eternal is the speed with which everything happens, and--as discussed in our review--the mindfulness with which you make decisions. You need to carefully consider what your most urgent resource needs are and how to best deal with whatever foe is in front of you, and it would be fun to mix in the occasional puzzle of figuring out the best way to tackle a new enemy type. Given most of these first-time encounters happen in a one-on-one fight where little else is happening, it wouldn't necessarily be too overwhelming. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  24. The free-to-play first-person shooter Warface--which originally came out in 2013 for PC and 2014 for Xbox 360--has reached one million players a month after launching on Nintendo Switch, publisher My.Games announced. Developers Allods Team and Crytek shared some interesting in-game statistics alongside this announcement. These include players completing nearly 500,000 PvP matches, and PvE missions and co-op Special Operations being the Switch's most popular modes. Further, total playtime on the Switch has surpassed 83,000 days since launch. Earlier this year, My.Games' head of global publishing Alexey Izotov said a lack of shooters could benefit Warface--and this new player milestone seems to corroborate this. In addition to this announcement, Allods Team confirmed plans to release Warface's next big update on all three platforms--PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One--simultaneously. While what this update will contain remains unknown for now, the studio said it will arrive sometime this summer. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  25. In the ongoing trend of events being postponed due to the global spread of COVID-19, Summer Games Done Quick is being postponed from June until August, with all previous submissions being voided this April. Citing the threat of the virus, Games Done Quick organizers have made the decision to move the charity speedrunning event to later in the year, with a tentative start date of August 16. The event, should it take place, will continue through August 23. Organizers note that they are continually assessing the situation and monitoring updates from the WHO and CDC, which could impact the event further still. As a result of the change of dates, all submissions for Summer Games Done Quick are being redone. Participants will need to save their entry data before it is wiped on April 26, with new submissions opening on the same day and remaining open until May 9. Hosts and volunteers will also need to reapply to note their availability for the new dates. The new list of games at the event will be posted on June 6, with a schedule following on June 15. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  26. Publisher Devolver Digital has announced that My Friend Pedro is heading to PlayStation 4 next week on April 2. The side-scrolling shooter was originally released last year on both PC and Nintendo Switch. The PS4 version will include extra Code Yellow content, which adds 14 full-throttle game modifiers and some highly requested features, such as an in-game timer for speedrunners, a hidden HUD option, and plenty more. Developed by DeadToast Entertainment, My Friend Pedro is a balletic action game revolving around a guy who's friends with a sentient banana. It's use of split aiming, slow-motion, and stylish combos bring to mind the early Hong Kong action thrillers of director John Woo, where inventiveness and flair are just as important as simply staying alive. You can even kill guys by ricocheting bullets off a frying pan. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  27. The weekend is here in Destiny 2, and that means that in addition to this week's Iron Banner, we've also got the Trials of Osiris, and a visit from Exotics vendor Xur. Gear up for your Power-enabled PvP exploits with the Agent of the Nine's inventory of rare weapons and ammo. Here's everything he's offering and where to find him. Xur is in the EDZ on Earth this week, in the Winding Cove area. His weapon offering is The Huckleberry. Hunters can grab The Sixth Coyote chest armor from Xur, while Titans can snag the Crest of Alpha Lupi chest armor, and Warlocks can purchase the Skull of Dire Ahamkara helmet. View the full article
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