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Diablo 3, Madden NFL 21 and Rugby 20 on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days this weekend brings Diablo III, Madden NFL 21 and Rugby 20 for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members.

For this week, Xbox Free Play Days would let members of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to get into a battle against ultimate evil or have some sports madness in latest lineup of free game trials through entire weekend.

Members can go sign into their account and then head over to Microsoft Store from September 10, 12:01 AM PDT/3:01 AM EDT to play Diablo III, Madden NFL 21 and Rugby 20 for free until September 13, 11:59 PM PDT/2:59 AM EDT.


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Ultimate Evil Edition includes Diablo III base game and Reaper of Souls expansion in a complete bundle. Select your preferred hero class before charging against an army of demons with party members or sole and claim legendary loot.

It's time to take back Sanctuary and save humanity from influence of Hell by unleashing your character specific powe…

F1 2020, Overwatch and Wreckfest on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days this weekend brings F1 2020, Overwatch and Wreckfest for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members.

Another exciting, fun-filled weekend full of limited time free game trials has arrived for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members on weekly Xbox Free Play Days event to let people enjoy a bunch of new Xbox One titles.

Just sign into your account before heading over to Microsoft Store from August 20, 12:01 AM PDT/3:01 AM EDT, to get free access to download F1 2020, Overwatch: Origins Edition and Wreckfest before August 23, 11:59 PM PDT/2:59 AM EDT.


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Marking 70th anniversary of Formula 1 motor racing championship, F1 2020 is latest release in Formula 1 series from developer/publisher Codemasters, which heavily improves upon its past installments and lets you build your own team.

Join in for a critically-acclaimed hero shooter experience in Overwatch by developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment

Overwatch Devs Wants Doomfist and Tracer in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Developers of Overwatch would love to see Doomfist and Tracer in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Assembling a total of 76 playable characters from 37 different franchises, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from developer Bandai Namco Studios and publisher Nintendo becomes one of the biggest crossover titles in video game history.

Nintendo started rolling out new fighters for Fighters Pass Vol. 2 with Min Min from ARMS and developers of team-based online hero shooter Overwatch already have some popular character in mind to introduce within Smash Bros. universe.


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While attending a recent AMA session on Reddit, game director Jeff Kaplan and lead hero designer Geoff Goodman were asked by fans that which Overwatch characters they think would be best suited for joining Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Kaplan was quick to respond saying "tracer plz", which is understandable given how Tracer has become sort of an official mascot fo…

Diablo 2 Remaster Reportedly Coming in 2020

A remastered version of second Diablo game titled Diablo II: Resurrected is reportedly coming later this year.

Though majority of Diablo series fans are currently waiting for developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment to release upcoming action role-playing hack and slash title Diablo IV soon, old-school fans are still hoping for a Diablo II remaster.

A recent report on French gaming site ActuGaming suggests that a high-definition remake of D2 titled Diablo II: Resurrected is currently being developed by Vicarious Visions, which is currently scheduled for fourth quarter of 2020 release.


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As for credibility of source, ActuGaming has previously reported on announcements of Diablo IV, Overwatch 2 and World of Warcraft: Shadowlands expansion shortly before they were officially revealed to public at BlizzCon 2019.

Vicarious Visions is an Activision subsidiary studio that has worked on Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and PC version of Destiny 2 ea…

NASCAR Heat 4, Overwatch and Verdun on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days event brings NASCAR Heat 4, Overwatch and Verdun for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members this weekend.

Back again for a new week, Xbox Free Play Days event brings a new lineup of games for all members of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate monthly services to enjoy on their Xbox One consoles for this weekend.

Use your membership right now to sign in at Microsoft Store from March 12, 12:01 AM PST/3:01 AM EDT to download and play NASCAR Heat 4, Overwatch and Verdun for free until March 15, 11:59 PM PST/2:59 AM EDT.


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Despite having some shortcomings with online features, racing simulation game NASCAR Heat 4 returns as a grand improvement of its predecessor titles from developer Monster Games, with many of its old mechanics reworked.

Players are allowed to join an existing team or start a new one as a solo driver to earn contracts and build a reputation in exciting career mode. You can literally take all of its c…

Diablo 4 to Bring Back Elective Mode

Blizzard confirms to add beloved "Elective Mode" for Diablo IV to let players assign skill categories.

Fans of hack and slash action RPG game series Diablo are excited once again after recent reveal of Diablo IV at BlizzCon 2019 by developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment following Diablo Immortal debacle from BlizzCon last year.

According to a latest official blog post, Blizzard has confirmed plans of bringing back popular "Elective Mode" system from Diablo III that would allow players assigning specific skill selection slots to buttons of their choosing.


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Initially, certain categories such as defensive and primary skills will be allocated to set of buttons on controller or keyboard. What Elective Mode does is that gives players a choice to customize their own set as they want.

Maybe you have one particular skill type set on a certain button and that is not matching with what you have in mind, then you can simply place that skill under …

Diablo 4 to Feature More Gore, NPC and Towns

Blizzard will make Diablo IV much darker; will add over 100 towns for more NPC interaction to tell a grounded story.

Revealed last week at BlizzCon 2019, developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment is working on Diablo IV, next installment of hack and slash action RPG game series that is set to launch for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.

Shortly afterwards, players have a chance to take a look at its story premise and brief gameplay overview. Blizzard is not only going to make Diablo 4 darker but is planning to feature more towns and villages with lots of NPC interaction.


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During a panel at BlizzCon, creative director Sebastian Stępień talked about its lore and world. Darkness will greatly serve its plotline by moving from infamously bright surroundings of Diablo III and more gritty vibes of Diablo II.

There will be lots of NPCs from more than 100 towns and villages for players to explore and learn from locals. This way, its story is approached in a m…

Diablo 4 Will Have Cosmetic Micro-Transactions

Blizzard would offer players cosmetic micro-transactions for character skins and mounts in Diablo IV.

Earlier this month, developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment kicked-off BlizzCon 2019 by officially revealing upcoming Diablo IV from renowned hack and slash action RPG game series Diablo for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

D4 is to take a darker path than its predecessor and will feature more than 100 towns to explore. It is also unveiled recently by a livestream from BlizzCon that they will include some micro-transactions for cosmetic items.


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Blizzard representatives confirmed during their annual event that Diablo 4 will add character customization options and mounts, which players are allowed to spend money on to purchase these items for their characters.

Although developers are currently planning to do micro-transactions solely for cosmetics, there is no guarantee that they won't go for a different model of business in future and that is what concerns…