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  1. The NBA 2K20 Player’s Tournament featuring 16 of the NBA’s stars is underway at the moment, with Round 1 drawing to a close on April 5. The virtual tournament is taking place while the NBA season is on hold. The quarterfinals kick off on Tuesday April 7, here’s how to catch them, or rewatch the round of games. Watch live video from NBA on www.twitch.tv The tournament is run for charity, with the winning player getting $100,000 to give to a COVID-19 (coronavirus) related charity of their choice. 16 players from the NBA are participating, with their seeds in the tournament being based on their rankings in NBA2K20. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  2. Since releasing into Early Access on March 30, Steam-favorite Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord has had a number of patches. These have largely been aimed at fixing game-crashing bugs, but also updating with small quality-of-life fixes. Since the April 1 patch, Bannerlord has received three new patches and a hotfix. Patch 1.0.3 was small, with just one fix: "Fixed a critical issue that corrupted save files after a certain number of saves." April 3’s patch was more extensive, with 17 different causes of game crashes being identified and patched. Patch 1.0.4 also introduced tweaks for increased stability and performance, removed certain debuffs that would hinder the player at night and balanced parts of the campaign. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  3. E3 2021 has locked in dates, and will happen from June 15 to 17, 2021. Gamesindustry.biz is reporting that the ESA has set these dates following the cancellation of E3 2020, and that they've said that the event will be "reimagined." What exactly this means isn't yet clear, and it will likely be some time before we know exactly what E3 2021 will look like. E3 2021 might have needed to look different even if COVID-19 hadn't forced the cancellation of this year's showcase--2020 was set to be the second year of E3 without PlayStation, and regular E3 Colosseum host Geoff Keighley was planning on missing the event for the first time in 25 years. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  4. Mafia II released for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 in 2010, and now, a decade later, there's some evidence that a new version of the game might be on the way. Gematsu is reporting that the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has rated something called Mafia II: Definitive Edition. Whether this definitive edition of Mafia II is a Switch port, a PS4 and Xbox One remaster, or even a next-gen version of the game, is unknown. An official announcement will hopefully come soon and clear up any confusion. It would not be the first time a 2K release has been revealed by a ratings board in 2020-- the Switch ports of XCOM 2 and The BioShock Collection both leaked early through ratings boards, as did Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered. The most recent game in the Mafia franchise is 2016's Mafia III, developed by Hanger 13. That studio is currently working on a new project that will be unveiled this year--it's unclear whether or not it will be a game set in the Mafia universe. Mafia II received an 8.5/10 in our original review, and was praised for "deliver(ing) fun shoot-outs and pockets of shocking brutality in a world you're delighted to be a part of." View the full article
  5. Rocksmith 2014 Edition is ending its DLC support after over five years of weekly releases. The newly released Opeth song pack is the final piece releasing, Ubisoft has announced, and the game's library is now complete after 383 weeks straight of DLC releases. Rocksmith 2014 Edition now features 1570 songs if you bought all the DLC, spanning seven decades of artists (plus Bach, an 18th century outlier). According to the post to the Rocksmith website, the team is moving away from DLC because they have "been hard at work on a new project." "For over a decade, we’ve watched players learn, grow, and constantly surprise us with your talent, creativity, and eagerness to help one another reach your goals," the post reads, referring to the 2011 release of the original Rocksmith. "We truly could not be more proud to play a part in this guitar journey with you." Although there will be no new DLC, the team behind the game promises that "the Rocksmith Dev Stream will continue (in a new format), along with some more surprises." It's unclear whether the team's next project will include guitars, too. Rocksmith 2014 Edition received a remaster in 2016, which was a free download for anyone with the original game on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game received an 8/10 in GameSpot's review, which praised the game as an improvement on its predecessor. "Rocksmith isn't going to be replacing the likes of a keen ear, a copy of Guitar Pro, and a good set of tabs for me, but when I think back to when I bashed out my first clumsy Green Day chords on guitar, I'd have killed for as good a teacher as this," reviewer Mark Walton wrote. View the full article
  6. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's Season 3 update is coming very soon, but ahead of that, some of the first details about what's included in the release have leaked ahead of schedule. Data-miners claim to have found references to a new map called "Village" that will be included in the Season 3 update. According to the leak, which shows the map from a top-down view this is a brand-new map, not a remake of the Village map from 2011's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Another leaked image, which you can see here at CharlieIntel, shows what appears to be the loading screen for the Village map. It depicts a forest setting with buildings that are on fire. It appears to be a three-lane map. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  7. The game files for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PC leaked a new map that is rumored to debut with Season 3 for the game and is called Village. Many of us assumed it would be a remake of the Modern Warfare 3’s map called Village since it shares the same name, but now, a data miner has found the mini map for this new Village map in MW’s game files and it is not the same map as was in MW3. It appears to be a brand new three lane map coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare soon. Here’s the loading screen for this Village map, which was also in the game files, and it does look different than MW3’s Village map. Season 3 begins April 8. More info to come. SOURCE: Reddit The post Leaked map Village for Modern Warfare is a new map, not MW3 remake appeared first on Charlie INTEL. View the full article
  8. The Switch has played host to some surprising ports of PS4 and Xbox One games over the years, including The Witcher 3 and Doom, but with the next generation of consoles on the horizon, some fans are wondering whether titles designed for PS5 and Xbox Series X will also get Switch releases. But one developer that has built a reputation as a good Switch port studio is encouraging game studios to not leave the Switch behind. Virtuos Studios has handled some of the biggest ports on Nintendo Switch, including Dark Souls Remastered, LA Noire, and the upcoming port of The Outer Worlds. Now, in an interview with Maxi Geek, the studio's vice president Elijah Freeman has expressed optimism in being able to continue developing ports of new games for the Switch. "We believe that 2020 will be the year of game-centric development," he said, "where players will expect as standard a consistency of experience with their favorite games." He says that, with new consoles right around the corner, "developers need to strategize and plan for the game experience to be consistent across all platforms. At Virtuos we are charged up and full of talent that is ready to help bring these new games to the Nintendo Switch." Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  9. Sony recently delayed The Last of Us: Part II indefinitely due to the global COVID-19 crisis, and now director Neil Druckmann has commented on the delay and responded to a number of key questions. Discussing the delay on the latest PlayStation Blogcast, Druckmann said it's a big bummer to have The Last of Us: Part II delayed yet again. "It's a bit rough," he said. "You're working on something for so long; for some of us, for years. There is a built-in anticipation; you can't wait for this thing that you've been crafting and honing and sometimes dreaming about. You can't wait to get it into people's hands, and see their reactions; what they like, what they didn't like or where the story takes them. And now you gotta put all that on hold because the world is conspiring against us." Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  10. Microsoft is going to push its smartphone-style All Access subscription program for the Xbox Series X launch later this year. Speaking to IGN, Spencer said Microsoft is looking to "go big" with Xbox All Access for the launch of the Xbox Series X later this year. In fact, Spencer used the plural, saying Microsoft will "go big with [Xbox All Access] at the launch of the consoles." He might have simply misspoke, or he might have been referring to Microsoft's previously discussed plan to launch more than one next-generation console this year. In addition to the Xbox Series X, Microsoft is reportedly working on a lower-cost next-gen Xbox under the codename Lockhart. The "Series X" name designates the model name of the next-gen Xbox, which leaves room for Microsoft to release more next-generation consoles beyond the one we know about. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  11. New Releases takes a look at the top new games launching each week, and yes, there's more than just Final Fantasy 7 Remake on the horizon. You can revisit some other beloved games with Slime Rancher: Deluxe Edition and Galaxy of Pen & Paper +1 Edition. Meanwhile, Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is finally arriving after a long, tough development cycle, and Convoy: A Tactical Roguelike gets its console release. Slime Rancher: Deluxe Edition -- April 7 Available on: PS4, Xbox One Like the name states, this first-person game is all about raising and wrangling little alien slimes. There have been lots of content updates since its 2016 debut too. This version includes the base game, Secret Style and Fashion Playset DLC packs, Slimepedia booklet, and a code for the soundtrack. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  12. Starting on April 2 and April 9 for the PC and console versions respectively, Star Trek Online--the free-to-play MMORPG based on Stark Trek--will give players one free Borg pack. The pack includes four Borg Lock Box Weapon Packs, a Borg Bridge Officer, and a Small XP Boost. The pack will be available to get for two weeks. Star Trek Online is also running a First Contact Celebration from April 2 to 23 on PC and April 9 to 30 on Xbox and PS4. April marks the month that Vulcans and humans first made contact in 2063, and players can participate in in-game activities like launching their own rockets and work their way towards obtaining a Temporal Vortex Probe. For a detailed breakdown of what the Borg pack includes, the Borg Lock Box Weapon will let players choose between Borg ground or Space Weapon when opened. The Borg Bridge officer pack will let players choose one Borg Bridge Officer to add to the crew. And the Small XP Boost is exactly what it says on the tin--it's an item that will generate bonus XP as you level up. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  13. Another day, another Resident Evil leak, and this one concerns not another remake but the next instalment of the celebrated horror franchise, colloquially referred to as "Resident Evil 8". AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem - the source of many horror-flavoured leaks, including accurate leaks about Resident Evil 3 Remake and those not-yet-accurate Silent Hill leaks (Konami, as you'd probably expect, refutes them) - purports the next instalment of the horror series will release next year. Interestingly, AestheticGamer reports the game started not as a mainline game but was originally developed as a successor in the Revelations spin-off series. However, Capcom and playtesters were so impressed by early prototypes that it was co-opted to become the next Resident Evil game. Read more View the full article
  14. Respawn's chief operating officer and general manager for Apex Legend, Dusty Welch, has acknowledged that crossplay for players on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 is "important" for the battle royale game. Whilst stopping short of detailing when we might, finally, see console crossplay, in an interview in the latest issue of Game Informer (thanks, Comic Book) Welch shared players' frustration of not being able to play with pals on different platforms, and said it was "an important thing to get to". "I think on crossplay we see it's something that is kind of expected in the industry and is important to a game like ours," Welch said. "Chad [Grenier, Apex Legends' director] and I are obviously big fans of playing our game at work and in our free time - and we go home on a Friday or weekend and want to play with each other and we're on different systems. Read more View the full article
  15. US specialist retailer, GameStop, has been ordered by state officials in Massachusetts to close its stores throughout the state. While the retailer insists its an "essential business" as it prepares curbside pickups for customers and should remain open, state officials issued nuisance citations and ordered the chain to close on Tuesday, according to The Boston Globe (thanks, Polygon). Officials also visited stores on Wednesday to ensure the store had compiled. "After instructing employees to wrap their hands in plastic bags and go back to work, GameStop shuts down Mass. stores," reads The Globe's headline. Read more View the full article

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