1. creaky

    Gears Pop! Release Date Trailer

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    Battlefield 1 expansion In the Name of the Tsar gets a release date

    EA has announced that the next expansion for Battlefield 1, In the Name of the Tsar, will be released on September 19 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The DLC will also bring the game’s first female multiplayer character. Premium Pass holders will be able to play the expansion from September...
  3. creaky

    Destiny 2’s first raid goes live a week after release

    Bungie has announced on its blog that the first raid for Destiny 2 will be available from 6PM BST on September 13. The game’s Trials PvP mode will also go live at 6PM BST on September 15, and Nightfall is ready to go from day one. It’s also announced that the game’s servers will unlock with a...
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    Assassin's Creed: Origins' release date has been leaked

    Usually, when a leak comes out, we typically say to take it with a grain of salt. While that still holds true, as far as leaks go, this one looks pretty safe. It appears as though Assassin's Creed: Origins is Game Informer's cover story for their next issue, and that it will release on October...
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    Need For Speed: Payback gets an official release date and reveal trailer

    Need for Speed: Payback's release date isn't until November 10, but you can hit the road with its reveal trailer right now. EA and Ghost Games revealed the latest entry in its flagship racing series will put a renewed emphasis on "action racing" and customization, with a single-player campaign...
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    Destiny 2 Release Date, PC Version, And Collector's Edition Announced

    Bungie has officially shared the first details about Destiny 2. Today's news confirmed an open beta is coming to all platforms this summer, with those who preorder getting in first. The game itself then launches on September 8. Although Destiny wasn't available on PC, the sequel has been...
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    Video Games Releasing in 2017

    This list of games details every title confirmed for PS4, Xbox One and PC over the coming 12 months. January starts strong with the return of Resident Evil, while the end of the month includes DLC for Infinite Warfare, the full release of last year’s Hitman episodes and our first look at Conan...
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    Nintendo Switch Release Date and Price Leaked (Possibly)

    UK retailer GameSeek has listed Nintendo's new Switch console for a March 17 release, as well as stating a price of £198.50 (around USD $245). It's important to note that both pieces of information could simply be placeholders--GameSeek does use temporary dates for games with unconfirmed...
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    EA Streaming Battlefield 1 Every Day Until Release

    EA has announced it will host daily livestreams of Battlefield 1 gameplay in the lead up to its launch on October 21. In a post on the official Battlefield 1 website, the company said it will be showing off "a whole lot" of the game. "We'll have every map on display, from Sinai Desert to Suez...
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    What are you looking forward to?

    With 2016 almost over what games still to come out are you most looking forward to?
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    Quantum Break Hits Steam Today Alongside Physical PC Release

    Quantum Break, the time-bending action game that also has a TV component, is out now on Steam. Developed by Max Payne and Alan Wake studio Remedy, the game was initially released on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC in April. A physical version of Quantum Break for PC, the Timeless Collector's Edition...
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    Tomb Raider movie gets a March 2018 release date

    It's been 13 years since Angelina Jolie reprised the role of Lara Croft in Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, but the gaming icon is finally returning to the silver screen. Back in April we learned that Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander had been cast as the heroine, and now we know when we'll be able...
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    Release Dates for Every Game Confirmed for 2016

    The number of games due for release in 2016 keeps growing, and the year is so far looking very strong, even accounting for a few inevitable delays. Plenty of games got delayed to 2016, too, not to mention the ones already targeting 2016, and almost all of them make us excited. To keep track of...