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Bad North Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is currently offering PC version of Bad North: Jotunn Edition for free giveaway of this week. As we are slowly coming to an end of 2019 and also perhaps to a giveaway custom that Epic Games started last year during launch of their digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store , offering free PC games for players on the platform. For their latest freebie title, Bad North: Jotunn Edition is picked up and currently available to claim forever. Anyone with a free account can simply head over to EGS and add it to collection before November 21, 7:59 AM PT/10:59 AM EDT. Bad North Free on Epic Games Store Now RELATED: The Outer Worlds Player Beats Game on Max Difficulty, Non-Lethal Run Designed to teach you hard decisions at war, Bad North is a Viking-themed real-time strategy game with roguelite elements that received a PC version release last year from developer Plausible Concept and publisher Raw Fury . Despite its apparent simple outlook, you are going

Pokémon Sword and Shield Becomes Fastest-Selling Switch Game Ever

Selling over 6 million copies in launch week, Pokémon Sword and Shield is now fastest-selling Nintendo Switch game of all time. In spite of controversies regarding developer Game Freak cutting off a significant number of beloved Pokémon from Pokédex and fan backlash over reusing old modes, Pokémon Sword and Shield has seen a great launch week. Currently titled as fastest-selling Nintendo Switch game of all time, Sword and Shield has managed to sell over 6 million copies worldwide in first week of its release, according to reports from publisher Pokémon Company . Pokémon Sword and Shield Becomes Fastest-Selling Switch Game Ever RELATED: Sword and Shield Code Has Some Pokémon Hidden Despite massive consumer boycott and fan outrage on social media, it sold 1.36 million physical units within first three days in Japan, successfully beating Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as fastest-selling Switch game in the country. Nintendo confirms that Pokémon Sun and Moon released fo

Rainbow Six Siege: Money Heist Event Live Now

Ubisoft kicks off limited time Rainbow Six Siege crossover event "Money Heist" and a free weekend. Right after announcing Year 4 Season 2 content Operation Shifting Tides for online tactical shooter game Rainbow Six Siege earlier, developer/publisher Ubisoft decided to team up with streaming giant Netflix for a limited time event. In a recent collaboration, Ubisoft teamed up with Netflix for a crossover event with their Spanish-language crime drama series Money Heist , which is also known as " La Casa de Papel " but instead of a heist, there will be hostage rescue. Rainbow Six Siege: Money Heist Event Live Now RELATED: Diablo 4 to Bring Back Elective Mode Take a brief look at latest Siege event Money Heist that is a rescue mission in cool outfit but there is no heist money. RELATED: Blair Witch Coming to PS4 Starting from today, November 20, a special in-game event "Money Heist" will introduce themed cosmetic items and brand-ne

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. Diablo 4 to Bring Back Elective Mode RELATED: Diablo 4 Announced 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

The Game Awards 2019 Nominees

Nominations for The Game Awards 2019 are revealed and some of the fan-favorite titles of 2019 are contender for GOTY. To look back at current year, it has been an amazing twelve months for gamers and the industry itself aside from a handful of disappointments. The Game Awards 2019 nominees are just announced with some great games of 2019. Obvious favorites like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is challenged by a remake of 1998 classic Resident Evil 2 and then shortly before grand reveal of TGA2019 nominations, Death Stranding has joined the rivalry as a divisive entry. The Game Awards 2019 Nominees RELATED: Blair Witch Coming to PS4 A full list of nominations ranging on all important categories is listed below to celebrate great accomplishments of these nominees. Game of the Year Control Death Stranding Resident Evil 2 (2019) Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The Outer Worlds Best Action Game Apex Legends Astral Chain Call of Duty: Moder

Blair Witch Coming to PS4

Bloober Team announces PS4 version of Blair Witch to come out next month with gameplay and technical enhancements. Only months within its release on PC and Xbox One , Polish video game developer Bloober Team and publisher Lionsgate Games has confirmed bringing first-person psychological horror game Blair Witch to PlayStation 4 console next month. Owners of Sony consoles will have a chance to experience the infamous spine-chilling terror of Black Hills Forest when PS4 version arrives on December 3, 2019, with a bunch of cosmetics upgrades and gameplay improvements added. Blair Witch Coming to PS4 RELATED: Samurai Shodown 2019 for Nintendo Switch Delayed to 2020 Bloober Team let an official announcement trailer out of bag, offering a glimpse of overall content overview. RELATED: Half-Life: Alyx for VR Announced You play as former police officer Ellis Lynch accompanied by his doggo partner Bullet, who becomes an inseparable cohort in an investigation for a m

Samurai Shodown 2019 for Nintendo Switch Delayed to 2020

A set release date for Nintendo Switch version of Samurai Shodown 2019 has now been delayed to Q1 2020. Following a surprise reveal back in September 2018, developer/publisher SNK Corporation has released their latest sword-based fighting game Samurai Shodown (2019) in June 2019 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. According to early reports, a Nintendo Switch version was slated to launch on Q4 2019 but after SNK recently dropped a trailer for Switch port, it has become apparent that previous schedule has now been delayed to Q1 2020. Samurai Shodown 2019 for Nintendo Switch Delayed to 2020 RELATED: Samurai Shodown 2019 Gameplay Overview SNK dropped an official announcement trailer of latest Samurai Shodown reboot for Switch version. RELATED: Soulcalibur 6 Adds Cassandra and Haohmaru Early window was set for a worldwide release, which is now pushed forward a few months for North America and Europe. Since there is no mention of Japanese version, it wou

Amy Hennig Joins Skydance Media

Skydance Media hires award-winning director Amy Hennig to make story-focused game for a new studio. Known for being one of the most prominent figures in game industry, Amy Hennig has worked as artist, game designer but primarily director and writer for last two decades on notable titles like Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver and Uncharted series. In a recent turn of events, Hennig has joined Hollywood studio Skydance Media as an award-winning industry veteran to develop story-focused interactive series that will target audience on many emerging streaming platforms. Amy Hennig Joins Skydance Media RELATED: Half-Life: Alyx for VR Announced Hennig will be joined by Julian Beak, a veteran from Electronic Arts and her former executive producer in a new venture of establishing a brand-new game studio to work on new projects for Skydance in San Francisco Bay Area. Beak has worked on titles like Battlefield Hardline , Need for Speed and cancelled Star Wars action adventure gam

Half-Life: Alyx for VR Announced

Valve officially announces upcoming Half-Life prequel VR title Half-Life: Alyx and will reveal more soon. Nearing end of last year, there was a rumor for Valve Corporation to be working on a brand-new VR headset that will come out with a Half-Life prequel game, after a series images of that prototype device were leaked online. In a latest announcement, Valve officially confirmed today of returning to acclaimed Half-Life series once again with a prequel episode titled Half-Life: Alyx , a flagship game for their yet to be revealed upcoming virtual reality device. Half-Life: Alyx for VR Announced RELATED: Valve Rumored to Develop VR Headset for Half-Life Prequel This imminent VR -exclusive Half-Life prequel game will be focused on Alyx Vance, a renowned series NPC who made her debut in Half-Life 2 as a human resistance fighter and close ally to protagonist character Dr. Gordon Freeman. Alyx also appeared in two add-on episodes; Half-Life 2: Episode One and Half-L

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Won't Have Switch Release

Bandai Namco has confirmed that Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot isn't coming to Nintendo Switch after all. After an initial reveal back in January, upcoming action role-playing Dragon Ball game is announced to be Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot at E3 2019 event by developer CyberConnect2 and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment . It was recently confirmed by Bandai Namco that DBZ: Kakarot will not be launched on Nintendo Switch other than major three platforms unlike previously ported Dragon Ball FighterZ , fighting game set within same universe by Arc System Works . Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Won't Have Switch Release RELATED: Dragon Ball Game – Project Z Announced A report for a lack of Switch version came in earlier when questioned by news outlet AltChar about a running rumor of a port and Bandai Namco replied the game would only arrive on confirmed major platforms next year. Centered on life of Saiyan Goku, Kakarot will be featuring many fan-favorite as well as untold

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Announced

Capcom announced Street Fighter V: Champion Edition featuring all characters, costumes and stages for 2020. When originally launched for PC and PlayStation 4 back in 2016, side-scrolling fighting game Street Fighter V only featured 16 characters and lacked content but developer/publisher Capcom took care of that with series of updates. In January 2018, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition came out with new game modes and DLC characters. Today, a brand-new version with all previous content titled Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is announced to release on February 14, 2020. Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Announced RELATED: Capcom Profits Doubled Due to Digital Downloads Champion Edition will include all 40 characters, 34 stages and more than 200 costumes introduced so far in Arcade Edition with a few exceptions like brand collaboration costumes, Capcom Pro Tour DLC and Fighting Chance costumes. Players of any current version of SFV can have all game mode additi