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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Hits 8 Million Sales

Electronic Arts sold around 8 million copies of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order since its release back in November 2019. Despite their lack of faith in single-player games and heavy interest towards live services as a publisher, Electronic Arts has been surprised by amazing success of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order from developer Respawn Entertainment . According to a new industry report that came after Q3 earnings call of investors, EA revealed that Jedi: Fallen Order has sold nearly eight million copies in last quarter of 2019, which is far beyond than what they originally expected. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Hits 8 Million Sales RELATED: Job Listing Suggests Jedi: Fallen Order Sequel in Development? Blake Jorgensen, chief financial officer of EA states that they had a set expectation of selling 6 to 8 million copies by fiscal year, on March 31. By December 2019, 8 million units were sold and now they are raising that estimate to 10 million. Jorgensen has admitted

The Outer Worlds Nintendo Switch Release Date

Obsidian has finally revealed a release date for Nintendo Switch version of sci-fi RPG title The Outer Worlds. Even before 2019 sci-fi action role-playing game The Outer Worlds could launch on PC , PlayStation 4 and Xbox One , a Nintendo Switch version was confirmed by developer Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Private Division . Original announcement for a port for Switch console of the game came from senior producer Matthew Singh of Obsidian by end of July last year and now an official date set for launch is revealed to be on March 6, 2020. The Outer Worlds Nintendo Switch Release Date RELATED: The Outer Worlds Coming to Nintendo Switch Upon release, TOW will become available on Nintendo eShop for digital download priced $59.99 only. Simultaneously, a physical version will also arrive on retail stores with a download code inside its box and no game cartridge. This is a huge bummer for collectors who simply don't want to buy an empty case without a game

PUBG Season 6 for Consoles Live Now

Prepare to drop in new map Karakin as Season 6 of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is live now on PS4 and Xbox One. Revolutionizing battle royale genre in past few years as a pioneer, online multiplayer shooter title PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds by developer/publisher PUBG Corporation has come a long way and looking forward to go bigger. Players were readying up for something new after a holiday season and 2020 is seem to start with a bang. Already out on PC platform, PUBG Season 6 is going live today on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles alongside Update 6.1. PUBG Season 6 for Consoles Live Now RELATED: Apex Legends Season 4 Launch Trailer One of their latest additions is brand-new map Karakin, which is a relatively smaller map for fast-paced extreme combat. Set within a North African island, it covers a tiny area of 2 square kilometers land full of rocky surroundings. Once you enter purple circle in the mini map, newest hazard Black Zone will go off with

Farming Simulator 19 Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering PC version of Farming Simulator 19 in free giveaway game for this week. Continuing their freebie offering for anyone with a free account, Epic Games returns give out another game for PC on their digital distribution storefront Epic Games Store as usual, which they are going to keep up for entirety of this year. In latest giveaway of Epic Store , a free copy of simulation title Farming Simulator 19 from developer Giants Software and publisher Focus Home Interactive is up for claiming anytime before February 6, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT. Farming Simulator 19 Free on Epic Games Store Now RELATED: Epic Games Store Will Continue Free Weekly Games in 2020 If you are someone who would enjoy working in countryside and is interested in earning an honest living out of hard labor, then indulge yourself into managing your own farm with all modern equipment and tools at hand. With their own freedom of choice, players would go buying seeds, driving tr

Apex Legends Season 4 Launch Trailer

Respawn reveals official launch trailer for Season 4: Assimilation of free-to-play battle royale shooter Apex Legends. In anticipation of upcoming Season 4, free-to-play battle royale game Apex Legends has already teased its players a new Legend a few days ago who made a chilling debut in a shocking animated short before getting a full reveal today. More details on newest playable character, Battle Pass and weapons are dropped by developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher Electronic Arts in latest launch trailer for Season 4: Assimilation, coming on February 4, 2020. Apex Legends Season 4 Launch Trailer RELATED: EA Games Returning to Steam A mysterious new Legend named Revenant is ready to spread his reign of terror on the Arena in recent new trailer. RELATED: PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2020 Respawn has previously released images of Hammond Robotics representative and a new contender Forge, who showed up in a talk show interview discussing hi

PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2020

PlayStation Plus free games lineup of February 2020 adds Bioshock: The Collection, The Sims 4 and Firewall: Zero Hour. Shortly ahead of February 2020, upcoming monthly free PlayStation 4 games lineup for members of PlayStation Plus is recently announced by Sony Entertainment and they look quite promising to begin a new month with. For next month, PS Plus is giving out three games instead of two and those who haven't got a chance to play games from last month can still catch up to Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator before February 4. PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2020 Offering complete experience of iconic first-person adventure from original series, Bioshock: The Collection features all single-player story content from BioShock , BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite in a bundle of remastered trilogy. Players would begin their journey on 60's utopian city of Rapture underwater to escape before tangling into another conflict eig

Dead Cells: The Bad Seed DLC Release Date

Motion Twin to release first-ever paid DLC expansion for Dead Cells titled The Bad Seed on February 11. In response to overwhelming positive reception and universal acclaim, developer/publisher Motion Twin has offered players of 2018 roguelike metroidvania game Dead Cells a number of free content updates since its release. In December 2019, Motion Twin announced the game's first-ever paid DLC expansion The Bad Seed for Q1 2020, which is now scheduled to arrive for Nintendo Switch , PC , PlayStation 4 and Xbox One  on February 11, 2020. Dead Cells: The Bad Seed DLC Release Date RELATED: Dead Cells: The Bad Seed DLC Expansion Announced A brand-new gameplay trailer for Dead Cells: The Bad Seed is also released to offer a glimpse of what is coming. RELATED: Xbox Game Pass to Add Dead Cells, Gears 5 and More Priced for $4.99 only, upcoming DLC will introduce two new levels to play through; The Arboretum and The Swamp. You will be unlocking new abilities and

Resident Evil 8 Leaked Enemy Details

Recent leaked details reveal possible characters, gameplay and monsters we can expect in Resident Evil 8. Shortly after 2017 release of Resident Evil 7 , rumor starts flying that developer/publisher Capcom is already on board for their next entry of their popular survival horror series Resident Evil , which they neither denied nor confirmed. Afterwards, fans were mostly busy hyping for remake of classic games and were less worried about Resident Evil 8 . However, some most recent leaks have people talking once again regarding possible future direction of RE franchise. Resident Evil 8 Leaked Enemy Details RELATED: Resident Evil 8 New Development and Plot Rumors Newest details uncovered by Biohazard Declassified from leaker @AsetheticGamer1 via an email primarily claims that RE8 has been under development since 2016 but then Capcom had it scrapped nearly seven months ago to start over. Reason for this apparent action was not explained nor is this claim confirmed by

Dying Light: Bad Blood Free for Original Game Players

Techland offers free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood on Steam for owners of Dying Light, to celebrate its fifth anniversary. Much to dismay of many fans of open-world survival horror game franchise Dying Light ; developer Techland has recently announced an unfortunate delay for an indefinite period of time to release upcoming Dying Light 2 . Today is marking fifth year anniversary of its series debut and therefore, Techland is celebrating this occasion by offering a free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood on Steam to everyone who owns a copy of the original game on any version. Dying Light: Bad Blood Free for Original Game Players RELATED: Dying Light 2 Delayed With a purchased copy of Dying Light on PC , PlayStation 4 or Xbox One platforms, eligible players can go visit docket site of Techland to claim a limited time free Steam code for a copy on PC now and extend their experience. Bad Blood is an Early Access game for PC , launched by same studio on September 20

Doom Eternal Won't Have Micro-Transactions

Hugo Martin, creative director for Doom Eternal has stated to have no micro-transactions or in-game store. Fans were initially bummed out when upcoming first-person shooter game Doom Eternal was delayed from a 2019 release schedule and is now only months away from its launch on March 20, 2020 for Google Stadia , PC , PlayStation 4 and Xbox One . Due to recent track record of games released by publisher Bethesda Softworks in recent years, players were worried about its in-game economics and creative director Hugo Martin has assured of having no micro-transactions or loot boxes. Doom Eternal Won't Have Micro-Transactions RELATED: Doom Eternal Second Trailer These days, you can never be assured that you will get your hands on all content of any AAA-game after purchasing it for a $60 full-price because of predatory monetization practices by major publishers but not when raising Hell on Earth. Doom Slayer will only be able to unlock skins and it would only take XP in

Rockstar Games Stuntman May Have Teased GTA 6

Recent social media post by veteran industry stuntman hints at possible setting of Grand Theft Auto 6. Possibility for a new game release from Grand Theft Auto series by developer/publisher Rockstar Games has been out there for some time and a recent UK tax report suggests that Grand Theft Auto VI is currently under development. Stepping head first into 2020, players are curious than ever for some more GTA news from credible sources. Lately, one such major hint has come out from Instagram account of someone with a history of working at Rockstar Games . Rockstar Games Stuntman May Have Teased GTA 6 RELATED: Rockstar Games Gets Their Own Launcher for PC Largely known for his work as an industry stuntman, actor Tim Neff recently posted a few pictures of him doing motion capture on social media that may be hinting at upcoming GTA 6 game, only to delete them shortly afterwards. One of his photos wearing mocap suit shows him carrying a rocket-propelled grenade launcher.

Resident Evil and Coronavirus Outbreak Has Creepy Connection

Twitter user finds unsettling connection between Resident Evil universe and Coronavirus outbreak in China. Not too long after real-life World War III was averted lately, entire world is now talking about a deadly outbreak of Coronavirus, which has originated in China and now is reportedly affecting other places around the world as well. Due to worldwide media attention, real-time strategy simulation game Plague Inc. is seeing a sudden sales spike. However, some really uncanny connection is recently discovered between Coronavirus and Resident Evil game franchise. Resident Evil and Coronavirus Outbreak Has Creepy Connection RELATED: Resident Evil 3 Release Date and Collector's Edition Announced Main plot premise for this popular survival horror game series by developer/publisher Capcom is largely focused on viral outbreaks. Initially an epidemic breaks out at fictional Midwestern small town Raccoon City before going global. Posing as a pharmaceutical company, Umbre

Resident Evil 2 Remake Celebrates First Anniversary

Capcom is celebrating first anniversary for Resident Evil 2 Remake by sharing key-moments of game development. Only a year ago, survival horror genre got its long-due remake of an original PlayStation classic title Resident Evil 2 by Japanese developer/publisher Capcom on all major platforms with amazing reception after years of fan pledging. A zombie-ridden Raccoon City was built from ground up for protagonists Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield to step in. Familiar menacing faces like Mr. X. and a mutated William Birkin made their most-anticipated return as well. Resident Evil 2 Remake Celebrates First Anniversary RELATED: Resident Evil 2 Remake E3 Trailer Now these days, almost every other fan-favorite game is being remade and we are even getting a Resident Evil 3 Remake in months but RE2 will always be one of the finest examples of how a studio should approach things for such projects. From official announcement by Capcom to its first trailer reveal on E3 2

The Bridge Free on Epic Games Store Now

In free giveaway game of this week, Epic Games Store is offering logic-based puzzle game The Bridge for PC. Intending to continue a popular feature of weekly free game giveaways, Epic Games is bringing more exciting titles on PC platform and being developer friendly throughout 2020 on their digital distribution storefront Epic Games Store . For this week, 2013 logic-based puzzle game The Bridge from developer/publisher The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild is coming to Epic Store today for anyone to claim a copy anytime before January 30, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT. The Bridge Free on Epic Games Store Now RELATED: Epic Games Store Will Continue Free Weekly Games in 2020 Players take control of a guy who seems to be a middle-aged science professor and starts exploring into a beautiful hand-drawn worlds of quirky physics looking for a getaway after waking up from a revelation like Isaac Newton. Contrary of many renowned games from its genre, The Bridge attempts to introduce

Wreckfest and Zombieland: Double Tap on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days event offers Wreckfest and Zombieland: Double Tap for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members this week. This weekend, Free Play Days event has returned as usual to serve all Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. A bunch of new titles have arrived that members can enjoy on Xbox One consoles for free through Sunday. Hitting off the steam from January 23, 12:01 AM PST/3:01 AM EDT, both Wreckfest and Zombieland: Double Tap - Road Trip are going to be available for download and play until January 26, 11:59 PM PST/2:59 AM EDT. Wreckfest and Zombieland: Double Tap on Xbox Free Play Days RELATED: Xbox Live Gold Free Games for January 2020 Devoid of typical racing game formula, developer Bugbear Entertainment and publisher THQ Nordic goes with a vehicle ramming contest in Wreckfest where you see real-life physics taking toll for breaking rules on a range of combative cars. Taking motorsport games to an extreme level, you can have fu

Project: Mara Announced

Hellblade developer Ninja Theory does a surprise reveal of their latest work-in-development titled Project: Mara. Having delivered fan-favorite games like DmC: Devil May Cry , Heavenly Sword and Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice in past, developer Ninja Theory has recently revealed their upcoming brand-new experimental title Project: Mara . Trying to explore a new of storytelling in video game, their latest in-development game will largely focus on mental terror but instead of taking a fantasy-esque setting, Mara would set on real-world surroundings for a grounded experience. Project: Mara Announced RELATED: Summerford Teaser Trailer A brief teaser trailer for Project: Mara is just released that offers a primary idea of its ominous story premise. RELATED: Bleeding Edge Closed Beta Release Date Opening shot of the trailer begins with a shot of a corridor with heavy-breathing sound in background. A female character is seen fearfully looking around to get out and

Xbox Game Pass to Add Indivisible, ScourgeBringer and More

Wrapping up January 2020, Xbox Game Pass brings new games like Indivisible, ScourgeBringer and more. After adding a bunch of new titles in beginning of January 2020, Xbox Game Pass is bringing more for PC and Xbox One . Some of these great games are consoles only and some are available via Game Pass Ultimate for both platforms. From January 23 to 30, four more new titles will be joining Game Pass lineup for members to enjoy. There are tons of fun-filled quests within its vast library of games to take on and earn some precious achievement points as well. Xbox Game Pass to Add Indivisible, ScourgeBringer and More RELATED: Xbox Game Pass to Add Frostpunk, Tekken 7 and More Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour | Console, Ultimate Aside from a means to get food, fishing is a relaxing hobby for many grown-ups and Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour just takes that pastime to next level by making players master their craft to become between and even compete with others. Although many don&#