Call of Duty Shakeup - Call of Duty 2020 is Another Black Ops and Is Modern Warfare 4 Going Free-to-Play?

Reports include talk of arguments between Sledgehammer and Raven.

There are reported some massive changes happening behind the scenes of the Call of Duty franchise. According to a new report from Jason Schreier of Kotaku, Call of Duty 2020 is no longer being developed by Sledgehammer and Raven. It will instead be handled by Treyarch and it will be another entry in the Black Ops saga.

This is the first major change in the development cycle of the Call of Duty franchise since 2012. Since then, the Call of Duty games have cycled between three lead studios. Those studios...

Bungie Brings Back the Nerf Gun on Fan-Favorite Destiny 2 Weapons

Old Bungie is back.

Around the release of the Curse of Osiris update for Destiny 2, Bungie had vowed to take a drastically different approach to how they handle community favored weapons in the game. Old Bungie would have nerfed those weapons into the ground without a second thought.

But new Bungie? New Bungie said that they wanted to instead buff up other weapons to make them more attractive choices. This was a part of their "Go Fast Update" initiative. Specifically, here is what they said in all capital letters for some weird reason (via Game Rant).

PSA: Epic Mega Sale Underway Until June 13

Sale includes free games every week and pre-order discounts.

The Epic Games Store just kicked off its own multi-week long sale today. This sale finds discounts of up to 75% off of some titles. It also includes discounts on pre-orders for games like John Wick Hex, Borderlands 3, or Control. Just to name a few.

The way this sale works is this: Some games that are already out are on sale for up to 75% off. Other games that don't have a percentage off will be at least $10 off if their regular price is $14.99 and higher. On top of this, there will be a free game given out...

Review: A Plague Tale: Innocence (PC)

Incredible from start to finish.

Every once in a while there comes a new game release that defies all expectations. A Plague Tale: Innocence is one such game. Thanks to a delicate balance of satisfying gameplay and an engaging story, A Plague Tale will sink its hooks into you right from its opening chapters. Though there are a couple of small missteps along the way, the journey you share with siblings Amicia and Hugo is one you really don't want to miss.

There are many more review "buzz words" I could use to describe A Plague Tale, but I will spare you from...

New Final Fantasy VII Remake Teaser

Just watch it.

A new teaser trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake was finally shown off today. It's the first one shown off in, I think, over a year. It's not much but maybe it'll be enough until we hear and see more this June. ...
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  • SteamVR and Controller Updates in Steam Client Update for March 28, 2016

    SteamVR and Controller Updates in Steam Client Update for March 28, 2016

    Valve released a substantial update for Steam today. This update includes big additions for SteamVR and the Steam Controller.
    • Added new Desktop Game Theater support, run any of your normal desktop games and have them appear on a giant virtual screen in your headset. Any game that supports Steam Broadcast should work with this feature, some tuning of the games graphical settings may be required for the best experience.
    • Added new Desktop overlay button, access it via the system dashboard. Use the grip on the motion controller to bring up a keyboard, and the touchpad for mouse wheel movement.
    • Added a VR area to the Big Picture
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  • Festive Chickens Added in Latest CS:GO Update (March 17, 2016)

    Festive Chickens Added in Latest CS:GO Update (March 17, 2016)

    The latest update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive adds in some changes and content for MLG Columbus 2016. Who cares about that stuff though? There are now festive chickens in the game!


    Changelog for CS:GO for March 17, 2016

    MLG Columbus 2016HOLIDAYMISC
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  • SteamVR Desktop Theater Mode Enters Early Beta

    SteamVR Desktop Theater Mode Enters Early Beta

    Valve announced today that the SteamVR Desktop Theater Mode is now in an early beta phase. They say that this will be "showcased at next week's Game Developer Conference in San Francisco."

    What is Desktop Theater Mode? It's a mode that allows VR users to play non-VR games with their VR hardware still on. It doesn't magically turn your non-VR ready games into 3D experiences. It instead probably projects a flat virtual screen or monitor that you can view as if it were a real world screen or monitor in front of you.
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  • Valve to Hand GDC Booth Over to 30 Different Third-Party VR Developers

    Valve to Hand GDC Booth Over to 30 Different Third-Party VR Developers

    Valve announced earlier that they will hand over their GDC booth to over 30 third-party virtual reality developers from Wednesday afternoon through to the end of the day on Friday. During this time, visitors will be able to check out some new and previously announced VR games and VR experiences, some of which have never before been seen.

    If you're going to be at GDC, you should stop by Valve's booth at the Gateway Ballroom, room 104 to schedule an appointment. They say that it's first come, first served for appointments, so you shouldn't waste any time. Below are the developers and games that Valve will play host to at GDC.

    Company Content
    Owlchemy Labs Job Simulator: The 2050 Archives
    Northway Games & Radial Games Fantastic Contraption
    Google Tilt Brush
    Epic Unreal Editor
    Lionsgate & Starbreeze John Wick: The Impossible Task
    Stress Level Zero Hover Junkers
    Cloudhead Games The Gallery
    Neat Corporation Budget Cuts
    Indimo Labs Vanishing Realms
    VRUnicorns #SelfieTennis
    VIRZOOM Virzoom Cloudlands Minigolf
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  • Valve Announces 'The Lab' for VR Experiments at GDC

    Valve Announces 'The Lab' for VR Experiments at GDC

    If you will be attending GDC next week in San Francisco, you may want to set aside some time to check out what Valve will be doing. The studio announced that they will debut something called "The Lab," which is a compilation of a number of VR experiments that visitors can try out.

    The Lab is "set in a pocket universe of Aperture Science" and "offers multiple ways to enjoy room-scale VR." It's probably almost a 100% guarantee that the VR hardware on display for these demos will be the HTC Vive.

    Valve promises that there will be more information made available next week during GDC....
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  • Update to Valve's Security and Trading Policies

    Update to Valve's Security and Trading Policies

    Recently, Valve introduced some security updates that put holds on trades if you did not make efforts to secure your Steam account. Today, Valve issued an update to those changes based on collected data and suggestions.

    These new changes will take effect on March 9, 2016.
    Below are the changes that will take place on March 9th. If you are already protected by the Steam Guard Mobile Authenticator
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  • Team Fortress 2 Update Begins Competitive Matchmaking Beta

    Team Fortress 2 Update Begins Competitive Matchmaking Beta

    Tonight's update for Team Fortress 2 begins the first wave of testing for the game's upcoming Competitive Mode. Invites are being sent out in waves to eligible participants, with more to come in the weeks ahead.

    This update also includes updates to the Mannpower mode and includes a good number of improvements to both maps and general gameplay.

    TF2 changelog for February 29, 2016
    • Added content and features necessary to begin limited public testing of the TF2 Competitive Mode beta
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  • Global Offensive Update for February 26, 2016

    Global Offensive Update for February 26, 2016

    An update was released a short time ago for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It adds in a couple of things for Operation Wildfire along with including a bunch of fixes for various maps.

    Changelog for CS:GO for February 26, 2016

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  • Gabe Newell Responds to Terrible Dota 2 Shanghai Major - Calls James Harding an Ass, Fires Production Company

    Apparently, the Dota 2 Shanghai Major is kind of a shitshow. There are apparently problems with players getting the appropriate hardware, there are problems with being unable to watch the matches, and the list goes on.

    It apparently got so bad that Gabe Newell took to the Dota 2 subreddit to reveal that someone named James is an ass and that they're firing the production company.
    Two things: 1) James. We've had issues with James at previous events. Some Valve people lobbied to bring him back for Shanghai, feeling that he deserved another chance. That was a mistake. James is an ass, and we won't be working with him again. 2) As long as we're firing people,
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  • Valve Details Lighting and Shader Improvements to Source Following Recent CS:GO Update

    Valve just detailed some of the lighting and shader improvements made to the Source Engine that were added during the Operation Wildfire and de_nuke update that was released last week.

    These visual upgrades will allow for community map makers to really make their creations look as good as possible. An overview of some of these numerous changes are detailed in this posting.

    There are updates and improvements to displacement surface lighting and shadows, cascade shadow maps, normal map blending, anisotropic reflection emulation, and tons more. An example of just one of the improvements can be seen below.
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  • Valve Increases Every CS:GO Major to $1 Million Prize Pool

    Valve Increases Every CS:GO Major to $1 Million Prize Pool

    Valve is starting to show the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitive scene a bit more love. Starting with MLG Columbus 2016, every CS:GO Major Championship will have a prize pool of $1 million.
    When we announced the first CS:GO Major Championship in 2013, we hoped the Majors would be rallying points for the community, tent-pole events that could draw new audiences and amplify the value of all events. Since then, the professional CS:GO community has been growing at an incredible rate. CS:GO tournaments are now among the largest esports events in the world, drawing global audiences of millions of viewers, filling massive venues, and
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