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Thursday, April 2, 2020

ESO, Monster Energy Supercross 3 and WWE 2K20 on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days offers Elder Scrolls Online, Monster Energy Supercross 3 and WWE 2K20 for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members this week.

When everyone is practicing social distancing due to a global pandemic of COVID-19, gaming could great to alleviate boredom, which Xbox Free Play Days event got covered for members of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

Starting from April 1, 12:01 AM PDT to April 13, 11:59 PM PDT, keep playing Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Then enjoy a ride with Monster Energy Supercross 3 and WWE 2K20 from April 2, 12:01 AM PDT until April 5, 11:59 PM PDT.

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ESO, Monster Energy Supercross 3 and WWE 2K20 on Xbox Free Play Days

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Tamriel Unlimited invites you to acclaimed online RPG title Elder Scrolls Online to explore for next two weeks, alongside Morrowind chapter. This is your chance to discover secrets, explore its epic lands and learn ways of Tamriel for free.

Monster Energy Supercross 3 brings out all the excitement of 2019 season and let you become a champion yourself. Create tracks of your own using Track Editor or join with friends to engage in co-op gameplay over dedicated servers.

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WWE 2K20 is latest installment of professional wrestling game series WWE 2K that features your favorite superstars from Legend and NXT. Try out story of Four Horsewomen or newly reworked My Career mode with male or female talents.

Xbox Free Play Days will also allow Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members carry out all of their in-game achievements and progress to keep playing with if these titles are purchased by end of week for a heavily discounted price.

Sea of Thieves Coming to Steam

Released exclusively for Windows PC and Xbox One back in March 2018, Sea of Thieves is finally coming to Steam.

Debuted as one of the most-anticipated titles of 2018, popular open-world pirate adventure title Sea of Thieves from developer Rare Studio and publisher Microsoft Studios currently boasts a community of over 10 million players.

In a recent official announcement, Microsoft has revealed that Sea of Thieves is heading over to Steam very soon, which would have support for cross-platform play with other Pirate Legends on Windows PC platform and Xbox One console.

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Sea of Thieves Coming to Steam

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Microsoft has been promoting Sea of Thieves as a flagship title for Xbox Game Pass subscription service from very beginning. SoT is a quirky pirate simulator that initially garnered mixed reception but became better with a series of updates.

During its two year-long run, pirates have fended off killer Kraken, fought Megalodons and looted Skeleton Forts throughout many adventures. There will be more of these legendary tales when SoT will finally arrive on Valve's storefront.

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In 2019, Xbox chief Phil Spencer expressed plans to offer more choice to players deciding where they want to buy their PC games from. Rare Studio has yet to announce a release window for Steam but players can add SoT to wishlist now.

Sea of Thieves initially launched two years ago on Microsoft Store as an Xbox-exclusive, which will now be joining alongside Gears 5, Halo: The Master Chief Collection and State of Decay 2 on Steam as latest Xbox Game Studios title.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

PlayStation Plus Free Games for April 2020

PlayStation Plus free games lineup for April 2020 includes Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Dirt Rally 2.0.

Now that PlayStation Plus games for April 2020 have been officially announced by Sony Entertainment, turns out leaks that came out last week revealing Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Dirt Rally 2.0 in advance was actually accurate.

Sony usually unveils their PS Plus schedule on last Wednesday of each month but that schedule was moved out this month for some reason. Both of these PlayStation 4 titles will become available for all monthly subscribers on April 7, 2020.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games for April 2020

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Those who picked up Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection back in January 2020 on PS Plus would surely appreciate having Uncharted 4 this month and embark a new journey with Nathan Drake across the globe for a long-lost treasure.

Next month, developer Naughty Dog will be celebrating fourth anniversary of this 2016 acclaimed title and this is a great chance to hitch a ride of a lifetime with retired fortune hunter once again to uncover a historical conspiracy.

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Largely known for rally driving, Dirt Rally 2.0 takes you to race over iconic tracks in single-player campaign or online multiplayer. There is a rallycross mode that features supercars and eight circuits from FIA World Rallycross championship.

One of the most realistic race simulator titles from British developer/publisher Codemasters, 2.0 has variety of challenging courses, car customizations and weather changing system to offer an outstanding your off-road experience.

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PlayStation Plus members won't have to idly wait for another week to claim newest lineup of games as they still have a few days left to download both Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces from last month before April 6.

Sony is seemingly giving away some great games on PS Plus for 2020 compared to last year, which was pretty dull. More of their PS4-exclusives are being given lately in anticipation of PlayStation 5 launch this holiday season.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Rayman Legends Free on Uplay Now

PC version of classic platformer title Rayman Legends is currently free on Uplay to claim before April 3, 2020.

Now that people are stuck in their own home due to COVID-19 pandemic, developer/publisher Ubisoft has come forward to help them out a bit with free game giveaway for limited time to spend time home during a global lockdown.

Following their most recent offering of Child of Light on PC platform, players are getting a chance to grab a copy of acclaimed 2013 platform game Rayman Legends on Uplay from March 31, 7:00 PM to April 3, 7:00 PM of your local time.

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Rayman Legends Free on Uplay Now

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Rayman Legends debuts as a major improvement over its predecessor title Rayman Origins and allows a more flexible control. It takes platforming gameplay into new challenging levels in every step with near-impossible obstacles.

As they are busy raising donations for relief funds, Ubisoft is ramping up a list of more free games like Assassin's Creed and Just Dance. Plus, there will be free trial weekends for many of their new and old AAA-releases in coming days.

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Playing video games from home can help you keep your mind off current situation worldwide and help maintaining self-isolation. Even WHO has recently suggested that gaming is likely to keep you from exposing to the Coronavirus.

Usually sold at $19.99 only over digital storefronts for PC and consoles, Rayman Legends is a great game to start practicing social distancing with and you can claim this title now using a free Uplay account to keep forever in your library.

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Max Payne 3 Image Hints at Grand Theft Auto 6 Location

Rockstar Games may have already hinted Grand Theft Auto 6 location back in 2013 through Max Payne 3.

Despite any official word from developer/publisher Rockstar Games on upcoming sequel of action-adventure game Grand Theft Auto V, players have plenty of reason to believe Grand Theft Auto VI is in active development for some time.

There have been clues and hints that fans found so far that at least proves GTA6 is coming soon. Similarly, one poster from third-person shooter Max Payne 3 seemingly hints at location and release window of GTA VI from back in 2013.

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Max Payne 3 Image Hints at Grand Theft Auto 6 Location

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A user on Reddit named Someguy5333 has noticed a post from months ago by another handle of Fyerro69 sharing an image of fictional band Love Fist, which has some tour dates listed that actually aligns with many of Rockstar past releases.

Those locations mention alongside dates actually matches with their fictional counterparts within Rockstar game universe. Except for Las Venturas, almost every other venue are either from Grand Theft Auto or Red Dead Redemption.

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Up until now, clues like accidental Instagram post of motion capture artists, resume of voice actors and Rockstar tax reports have hinted that Grand Theft Auto 6 is in works and some have given hope to fans that GTA 6 is coming soon.

Although many of these alleged leaks from 4chan, GTA Forums and Reddit has been incorrect thus far, it didn't stop fans from digging out any tiny bits of information on next GTA game, even if it means they have to go back to 2013.

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Love Fist Poster GTA 6 Hint

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There is very little chance that Rockstar Games have hidden release date of upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6 in front of us for this long, especially scheduling so far in advance when changes happen in video game development so often.

All other dates are apparently a simple nod to those titles, except for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Though this is more likely to appease fans of Easter eggs, Las Venturas may end up having some real ties with Grand Theft Auto VI after all.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Risk of Rain 2 and Tekken 7 on Xbox Free Play Days

Free Play Days brings Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Risk of Rain 2 and Tekken 7 for Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members this weekend.

Unlike past weekends, this one maybe a bit different since almost everyone is stuck at home to maintain social distancing. Xbox Free Play Days event has something to keep you company amidst a worldwide Coronavirus pandemic though.

So, head over to Microsoft Store from March 26, 12:01 AM PST/3:01 AM EDT to download and play three brand-new exciting titles free for members of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate till March 29, 11:59 PM PST/2:59 AM EDT.

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Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Risk of Rain 2 and Tekken 7 on Xbox Free Play Days

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As a sequel to Ghost Recon: Wildlands, online tactical shooter Ghost Recon: Breakpoint has debuted as latest Tom Clancy title that invites you to become a Ghost and take down a corrupt regime set in a remote South Pacific island.

Currently in Early Access, roguelike third-person shooter Risk of Rain 2 from developer Hopoo Games and publisher Gearbox Publishing is having an open season with its newly released Hidden Realms content update on Free Play Days.

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If some old fashioned brawling is what gets you going, then you may check out Tekken 7, most recent and seventh mainline release of Tekken series that draws conclusion to long-running clan war between Mishima family members.

Xbox Free Play Days also lets you keep all your in-game achievements and progress when this weekly event is finally over and you can buy these titles at a great discounted price using your Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate membership.

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For instance, you can grab either or all of Standard, Gold and Ultimate Edition for Breakpoint at 67% off right now. Also, grab GRB Year 1 Pass for 50% discount to unlock Spec Ops Forces Pack, three new classes and two new missions.

While you are at it, give RoR2 Standard Edition a try or purchase a bundle featuring two series titles in one for 40% price off. Any or both Standard and Ultimate Edition of Tekken 7 can be yours at 75% reduction than its usual worth.

World War Z, Figment and Tormentor x Punisher Free on Epic Games Store Now

For this week, Epic Games Store is offering free copies of World War Z, Figment and Tormentor x Punisher on PC.

Slowly closing in on Q1 2020, Epic Games is cranking up their weekly dose of free games giveaway on digital storefront for PC platform, Epic Games Store and their most recent lineup looks most promising so far this year.

Epic Store has revealed their lineup for this week, which includes World War Z, Figment and Tormentor x Punisher. Anyone with a free account on EGS can add these titles to their library before April 2, 8:00 AM PT/10:00 AM EDT.

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World War Z, Figment and Tormentor x Punisher Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Having WWZ to this week's freebie list was truly a huge surprise from developer Saber Interactive and publisher Mad Dog Games. A successor Left 4 Dead series, this co-op shooter title is based on a 2013 zombie-horror movie.

Enter a strange landscape where thoughts and memories from our head reside in action-adventure game Figment and then engage in a musical journey to a quirky hand-drawn world fighting creatures of nightmarish dreams.

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Indie arena shooter Tormentor x Punisher offers a unique proposition to be killed by one hit, whether it is bosses or you. Therefore, your enemies will set different traps to delude you and demons will try to outsmart you for survival.

Announcing their upcoming freebie titles ahead of next week, first-person indie game Gone Home from The Fullbright Company and acclaimed action-adventure title Hob by Runic Games will arrive at Epic Games Store from April 2, 2020.

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Death Stranding Getting Photo Mode for PS4

Kojima Productions recently confirms that Photo Mode feature for Death Stranding will arrive on PS4 very soon.

When release date for PC version of open-world action strand game Death Stranding was announced earlier by publisher 505 Games, a much-requested Photo Mode was revealed to be added but was not confirmed for PlayStation 4 yet.

A few weeks later, game director Hideo Kojima came out assuring a Photo Mode for PS4 version as well, which was not surprising though. This feature will become available for players on console in a patch released by end of this month.

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Death Stranding Getting Photo Mode for PS4

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Following original announcement for Photo Mode, fans have been bugging Kojima on Twitter asking for its PS4 release. It turns out developer Kojima Productions has been already testing out this latest feature for some time to release soon.

Therefore, owners of Sony console are getting their hands on it way ahead of upcoming PC version release in June 2, 2020. However, platform exclusive Half-Life themed content for DS will not likely to make a jump to PS4 anytime soon.

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Kojima shared a few of his experiments with Photo Mode on social media and it appears to work similarly as other staple PS4 title like God of War. He also hinted of a "psychic photo" mode that he used in past for Metal Gear Solid games.

Kojima Productions have yet to reveal an official release window for next Death Stranding update that will introduce this feature and let all enthusiast video game photographers to capture their journey Sam Porter Bridges.