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Friday, August 7, 2020

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Hits 5 Million Sales

Square Enix reveals to have sold over 5 million copies of Final Fantasy VII Remake since its launch.

Despite having being released amidst a worldwide pandemic of COVID-19, action role-playing game Final Fantasy VII Remake from developer/publisher Square Enix became became fastest-selling PlayStation 4-exclusive ever at launch.

In a recent announcement, Square Enix officially revealed to have shipped and digitally sold over 5 million copies of Final Fantasy Remake so far, which makes the game their highest-selling digital release on PlayStation platform ever.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Hits 5 Million Sales

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As a modern-day remake of original PlayStation title, FFVIIR is completely built from ground-up for PS4 consoles. Square Enix has reimagined fan-favorite protagonist Cloud Strife from 1997 classic title for a new generation of audience.

FFVII Remake is having a huge sale and is currently available to purchase digitally at 34% off on PlayStation Store, for $39.59 only. Much of its DLC add-ons and PS4 dynamic themes are also made free for players until August 19, 2020.

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FFVII Remake remains a timed exclusive on Sony console until April 10, 2021 and may debut on other platforms at some point. FF7R debuting on other platforms will only increase its overall lifetime sales and set some new milestones.

At this point, fans are eagerly waiting for a sequel and Square Enix has confirmed working on developing part two of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Like its predecessor, FFVII Remake sequel is most likely to be a title exclusive to PlayStation.

Thursday, August 6, 2020

3 out of 10 and Wilmot's Warehouse Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games is giving away PC version of 3 out of 10 and Wilmot's Warehouse for this week on Epic Games Store.

After a lackluster week of free games earlier, Epic Games put a slightly better effort in putting up an improved selection for their weekly promotional offering on Epic Games Store, revealing latest array of titles added most recently.

Epic Store is giving away 3 out of 10, EP 1: "Welcome To Shovelworks" and Wilmot's Warehouse for this week. Anyone with a free account can claim these titles to add to their online collection before July 30, 8:00 AM PT/10:00 AM EDT.

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3 out of 10 and Wilmot's Warehouse Free on Epic Games Store Now

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If you ever wondered what really goes down in world's worst video game studio, then you are welcome to Shovelworks Studios. Part of your experience is of an animated show and part of the rest is negatively driven playable sitcom.

Wilmot's Warehouse is a 2019 puzzle game by developer Hollow Ponds that lets you step into the shoes of a logistics worker. You will be taking care of a storehouse by stacking loads of products in order that makes sense to you.

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Epic Store originally made announcement for Wilmot's Warehouse only and 3 out of 10 was a last-minute addition. Both of these games currently have their ratings pending but presumably they are suitable for everyone in general.

Upcoming giveaway on Epic Games Store seems quite promising than ongoing EGS lineup as they are going to offer PC version of Remnant: From the Ashes and The Alto Collection next week as freebies, starting from August 13, 2020.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne to Bring Back Old Seasonal Events

Capcom announces to celebrate first anniversary of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne with returning seasonal events.

Although a long-running series from developer/publisher Capcom, action-role-playing game franchise Monster Hunter became increasingly popular to Western audience following release of Monster Hunter: World back in 2018.

MH: World received a follow-up expansion Iceborne, a year after its release and to celebrate its first anniversary, Capcom is allowing everyone to observe previous limited time seasonal events from August through September 2020.

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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne to Bring Back Old Seasonal Events

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MHW players frequently take part in limited time events including crossovers, offering exclusive quests and rewards. Capcom is bringing back previous seasonal events from first year of MHW: Iceborne to New World starting in August.

On August 20, Winter Star Fest and Holiday Joy Fest will kick in to run until September 3, 2020. Appreciation Fest and Grand Appreciation Fest will start from there for Spring Blossom Fest and Full Bloom Fest to pick up on September 17.

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Capcom announces to bring back popular limited time events for MHW: Iceborne in a recent Tweet.


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There will be two variants of each of these in-game festivals; one for MHW hub and another is set for Iceborne. Capcom has promised to make almost all previous quests available to players whether they purchased MHW: Iceborne or not.

Whether you are a seasoned Hunter or a casual, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne got you covered with tons of quests and rewards. They may be a lot for newcomers to take in, veterans will enjoy anniversary holiday of a lifetime.

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Halo: The Master Chief Collection to Add Cross-Play

343 Industries plans to add cross-play, custom game browser and more to Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

While anticipating release of upcoming first-person shooter Halo Infinite for holiday 2020, developer 343 Industries and publisher Xbox Game Studios are still committed to include new games to Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

In a recent update, Halo 3 joined Master Chief Collection and 343 Industries plans to introduce cross-play, custom game browser, input-based matchmaking, keyboard and mouse support and server region selection by end of 2020.

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection to Add Cross-Play

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Cross-play support will enable players on Windows PC and Xbox consoles to jump together into adventure. You are most likely to get paired with a player with same input device such as controller or keyboard, in input-based matchmaking.

Aside from their key-features to include in roadmap for 2020, dev team has also planned for double keybinds for all games, in-game frame rate cap adjustments, PC file share, quality of life improvements, Steam account linking and more.

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Despite having a rocky launch back in 2014, Master Chief Collection has improved over time and 343 seems to be more than willing to update its multiplayer experience just for the price of base game or an Xbox Game Pass membership.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection was originally launched by 343 Industries and Microsoft with Halo: Reach back in 2019. Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2 and Halo 3 have been added to Halo: MCC and Halo 3: ODST is expected to join next.

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

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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 for Overwatch. Goodman chimed in for Doomfist, stating that his design inspiration came from fighting games.

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Smash Bros. Ultimate already has existing fighters similar to Doomfist and Tracer within its ever so inclusive roster. Another Overwatch character that can make a great draft is Winston, who could be a heavy combatant akin to Donkey Kong.

Since there are still five more vacant slots in Fighters Pass Vol. 2, it's about time that Nintendo finally considers putting heroes of Overwatch into exciting world of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and eventually let player community cheer in rejoice.

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Disintegration, Rocket Arena and Two Point Hospital on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days adds Disintegration, Rocket Arena and Two Point Hospital for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate this weekend.

Three more new games have joined lately on Xbox Free Play Days lineup of free trail this week for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to have a spectacular time on Xbox One throughout entire weekend.

Get access to download Disintegration, Rocket Arena and Two Point Hospital from Microsoft Store by heading over Live Gold section of your account, starting from July 30, 12:01 AM PDT and enjoy until August 2, 11:59 PM PDT.

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Disintegration, Rocket Arena and Two Point Hospital on Xbox Free Play Days

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In first-person shooter title Disintegration from developer V1 Interactive and publisher Private Division, players assume role of a Gravcycle pilot in a sci-fi setting 150 years from now and take part in 5v5 multiplayer alongside squads.

Pick a unique hero to engage in high-octane action in 3v3 third-person online shooter Rocket Arena by Final Strike Games and Electronic Arts. Join with a squad of heroes and come up with new strategies for a challenging experience.

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A whacky business simulation, Two Point Hospital from developer Two Point Studios and publisher Sega puts you in charge of a bunch of infirmary by curing patients of their strange ailments and managing your healthcare stuffs.

Even when your trail weekend on Xbox Free Play Days finally comes to an end, you can still keep playing these titles by simply purchasing them using your exclusive member discount and carry over gamescores and in-game progress.

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Cuphead Out On PlayStation 4

Experience 1930's era inspired cartoony animation in classic run and gun action game Cuphead, out now on PS4.

There was an accidental leak in PlayStation Store earlier that revealed a thumbnail of 2017 run and gun shooter title Cuphead from developer/publisher StudioMDHR, teasing its upcoming release on PlayStation 4 console very soon.

Cuphead gets a surprise release on PS4 today on latest episode of Summer Game Fest during an interview with Geoff Keighley and players can now delve into its brutally difficult, acclaimed world of rubber hose animation at long last.

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Cuphead Out On PlayStation 4

RELATED: Cuphead Hits 5 Million Sales

Players assume the role of Cuphead and his brother Mugman to uphold a bargain with the Devil. They engage in boss fights against various monstrosities throughout Inkwell Isles and finally have a face-off with the Devil himself.

For past few years, StudioMDHR received many messages from PlayStation community to port their indie smash-hit on Sony console. PS4 version of Cuphead will cost you $19.99 only, which will take up to 4GB space on your disk drive.

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StudioMDHR announces PS4 release of Cuphead through a newly released stop-motion launch trailer.




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Inspired by many classic animated movies of '80s and '90s, dev team originally drew more than 50,000 frames of animation on paper. Those artwork were later inked by hand and watercolor paint were mostly used for level background.

Cuphead made its debut on Windows PC and Xbox One before eventually arriving on Nintendo Switch last year. StudioMDHR is currently working on a DLC expansion titled The Delicious Last Course that was scheduled to arrive on 2019.

Monday, July 27, 2020

PlayStation Plus Free Games for August 2020

PlayStation Plus free games lineup for August 2020 to add Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockdown.

Newest lineup of PlayStation Plus free games for August 2020 has been announced by Sony Interactive Entertainment lately. Monthly subscribers will get access to a brand-new title on launch day and a critically-acclaimed classic.

Sony is offering $10 credit on PS Store to celebrate their 10th anniversary of PS Plus online services for select members and handing out rewards in such way would help them avoid common criticism of already owning free games.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games for August 2020

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A modern-day remaster featuring single-player campaign mode of 2009 first-person shooter game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered was launched back in March 2020 and is now joining PS Plus for next month.

A quirky multiplayer online party game for up to 60-person, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a light-hearted battle royale from developer Mediatonic where you bend and bounce through many obstacles to win co-op challenges.

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MW2 Remastered will become available to subscribers on July 28 and Fall Guys will make its worldwide PS4 debut on August 4, 2020. Sony is also giving away a limited time free PS4 theme for supporting PS Plus service for over a decade.

Meanwhile, you can pick up either of or both NBA 2K20 and Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration from PlayStation Plus free games for July. All members of PS Plus are allowed to download and play these two titles until August 3, 2020.