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Microsoft Confirms Free Online Multiplayer for Halo Infinite

Confirmed after a short bout as a rumor.

Microsoft confirmed the short-lived rumor that Halo Infinite would have free multiplayer. Not only that, but they also confirmed that Halo Infinite, at least the multiplayer component, will support 120fps on Xbox Series X. I'm sure that will also hold true for the PC release as well. Sorry Xbox One owners, you can't handle all those delicious frames. ...

Valve Cracks Down on Using VPNs to Buy Games Cheaper

This should hopefully lead to more fair regional pricing.

For several years now, users were able to make use of a loophole that allowed them to buy games for cheaper if purchased from certain regions. Users were able to trick Steam into thinking they lived in one region where a price of a game was more favorable to them due to exchange rates. This had the unfortunate side-effect of developers and publishers having to increase prices in these regions to put a stop to those using VPNs...

Halo Infinite 4K Gameplay and New Screenshots

Halo Infinite running at 4K 60FPS on the Xbox Series X.

Microsoft and 343 Industries showed off quite a bit of Halo Infinite today as part of the Xbox Games Showcase. The show opener included a lengthy gameplay segment, which you can now see below.

Halo Infinite is in development for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. You can actually add it to your Steam Wishlist right now. Halo Infinite is expected to be released this Holiday season. ...

Mafia: Definitive Edition 4K Gameplay Reveal

First look at gameplay.

The first look at the gameplay for Mafia: Definitive Edition was just revealed. Not only do we get a look at the gameplay for the first time, but it's presented in 4K resolution for those with monitors or televisions that support that resolution.

Mafia: Definitive Edition will be released on September 25, 2020. This follows a short delay that hit the game once already that pushed the game from an August release. ...

Metacritic Finally Does Away with Day One User Scores

Perhaps done in an effort to suppress user score review bombing.

According to a new report by Paul Tassi, via Forbes, Metacritic seems to be doing away with allowing users to submit scores on games until at least a day after release. Tassi notes that user scores for the just released Ghost of Tsushima only has critical scores posted for the game. The user scores are currently showing a message that user reviews will be permitted starting July 18 at 12PM (PT).

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  • Minerva's Den Added to Steam as GFWL Removed from BioShock 2

    Minerva's Den Added to Steam as GFWL Removed from BioShock 2

    According to the Steam news page, BioShock 2 was updated today with some fairly significant changes. First and foremost, it seems as though the requirement for Games for Windows Live has been removed.

    In addition, the much loved Minerva's Den DLC has been added, for free (if you own the game already), to the Steam version of the game. That's not all, though.
    Not only that, but the Steam version of BioShock 2 includes all available multiplayer downloadable content,
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  • Terraria 2 is in Development

    Terraria 2 is in Development

    Hot on the heels of the 1.2 update for Terraria comes word that Terraria 2 is currently in development. Andrew "Redigit" Spinks shared the news with Rock, Paper, Shotgun and spilled the beans on some of what games can expect in the sequel.
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  • Lead Designer for Assassin's Creed 4 Explains PC Delays

    Lead Designer for Assassin's Creed 4 Explains PC Delays

    PC gamers should be used to this by now as Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is slated to be released after the console versions. So, what's the excuse this time? Lead Designer for the game, Jean-Sebastien Decant, explains why.
    "It all depends on what is the master version," Decant said. "If for instance, the [Xbox 360] version was the master version, or the PlayStation 3 version was the master version, then we'd need a little bit more time to adapt it for the PC. But we need to finish that
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  • Team Fortress 2 Update Includes Two New Fall Crates (October 2, 2013)

    Team Fortress 2 Update Includes Two New Fall Crates (October 2, 2013)

    An update was just released for Team Fortress 2. Included in the update are two new Fall crates and a new promotional item, The Grandmaster.

    Changelog for Team Fortress 2 for October 2, 2013

    - Added the Fall 2013 Acorns Crate #72 - Added the Fall 2013 Gourd Crate #73 - Added a new promo item: The Grandmaster - Fixed several bugs that would cause inconsistent behavior when switching between or modifying loadout presets - Fixed a bug that would cause modifying (i.e., painting, renami
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  • Xbox One Reserves 10 Percent of the GPU for Kinect and Snap

    Xbox One Reserves 10 Percent of the GPU for Kinect and Snap

    Microsoft has revealed that 10% of the GPU's power on the Xbox One is reserved for the Kinect and the system's snap mode. Microsoft's Andrew Goossen informed Digital Foundry of this system reservation.
    "Xbox One has a conservative 10 per cent time-sliced reservation on the GPU for system processing. This is used both for the GPGPU processing for Kinect and for the rendering of concurrent system content such as snap mode." "The current reservation provides strong isolation between the
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  • Day 2 of the Battlefield 4 Beta - Share Your Thoughts

    Day 2 of the Battlefield 4 Beta - Share Your Thoughts

    Here we are, on the second day of the Battlefield 4 beta and there is just one thing on my mind: What are your thoughts on the game so far?

    How are you liking "Levolution" that was talked up by DICE and EA? What about the changes made to the kit loadouts? Is it running as smoothly as you would expect it to on your system? What would you like to see added to the beta?

    In general, what are your thoughts on the beta thus far?...
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  • Valve Files for Half-Life 3 Trademark as Private Tracker Reveals 46 Developers Assigned to Half-Life 3 Development

    Earlier today, it was noticed by those at NeoGAF that Valve has indeed filed for a trademark on Half-Life 3.

    In addition, a tool used by Valve to show which staff are assigned to which project was discovered as being public just about an hour ago. The tool showed that 46 developers are assigned to Half-Life 3 with 71 developers assigned to Left 4 Dead 3.

    Things are getting exciting now!...
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