Blizzard’s Battle.net now has a global friends list

Battle.net will now let you keep up with what your friends are playing no matter where they are in the world. Starting on Tuesday, the friends list on Blizzard’s launcher now merges your friends from all regions into one single list. In a preview of the new friends list layout from the desktop version of Battle.net, it seems that players’ […]

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BMW Now Official Automotive Partner for LVL – The Esports Observer

LVL, an international venue and content brand for esports gaming, built and operated by Veritas Entertainment, has partnered with BMW bringing on the German automotive manufacturer as its official automotive partner. While financial details of the partnership were not revealed, LVL will help accelerate BMW’s esports content creation arm through the use of its gaming venues and production teams. BMW […]

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Dishonored 2 Is Leaving PS Now After Over A Year On The Service

Sony has quietly revealed that Dishonored 2 is being removed from its PlayStation Now service by updating the game’s page with a removal date. Investigated by PushSquare, a quick visit to Dishonored 2 on PS Now reveals that the game will be leaving the service on June 1st, just five days from when it was updated. Games leave the service […]

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Game Informer Streams Are Now On Twitch

It’s official! Game Informer livestreams are happening exclusively on Twitch. That’s right, Game Informer is going all-in with our livestreams to have more opportunities to engage, entertain, and hang out – with you! Point your bookmarks right here! First, let’s handle the biggest question: Will you still be able to get all the content at other places like YouTube? The answer […]

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Microsoft Now Has Full Control Over "Future Iterations" Of The Outer Worlds

Microsoft has full control over The Outer Worlds and will act as the official publisher of any “future iterations” according to a recent statement by Private Division. The statement was released following some confusion regarding who owns the publishing rights for the game. Take-Two Interactive, who own Private Division, the publishers of the original release of the game before Obsidian […]

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HP Reverb G2 Omnicept Now Available In US

The HP Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition is now available to purchase online in the United States. The standard Reverb G2 model was announced in 2020 and launched last November, aimed at consumers and available for $599. In short, we thought it was a good headset with bad controllers. Towards the end of last year, HP announced an enhanced version of […]

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Xbox Series X’s FPS Boost now available to 97 games

There are now 97 Xbox One games that support the Xbox Series X’s FPS Boost feature, Microsoft announced today, with a batch of around 70 titles adding the option after a dozen joined the club a week ago. The feature increases the framerate of some Xbox One games to 60 or 120 frames per second on the newer console. Xbox’s […]

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You Can Now Play As KH1 Sora In Kingdom Hearts 3 Via A Mod

Sora’s classic look (including his big yellow clown shoes) is back through a recent Kingdom Hearts 3 mod on Nexus. Created by Sirtophatsnake, this mod lets players play as Sora’s younger self through the entirety of Kingdom Hearts 3. It also includes his voice lines from the original Kingdom Hearts, but that’s available separately if you want to stick to […]

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Now We’ve Got Nier Replicant, It’s Time To Remaster Drakengard 3

The original Nier received a lot of flack upon its original release, with some critics panning its boring combat, repetitive quest design, and oddly paced story. I mentioned in another article that such criticisms were justified, but even once the dust had settled, it had nothing on the critical reception suffered by Yoko Taro’s next project – Drakengard 3. Sure, […]

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