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Farming Simulator 14 and 16 Free on Mobile and PC

Giants Software is giving away Farming Simulator 14 and 16 for free on Android, iOS and PC for a limited time.

Though not appealing to a broader audience group, realistic farming simulation game series Farming Simulator from developer Giants Software and publisher Focus Home Interactive has its unique follower base on different platforms.

In a surprise giveaway, Farming Simulator 14 and 16 has become a free title for a very limited time on Android via Google Play, iOS via App Store and Windows PC via Microsoft Store to claim and add to your collection of games online.


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Farming Simulator 14 improves its overall experience for mobile devices than past installments, including visuals. Your task is to make a career in agricultural field and work hard on your farm to make that happen with tools and vehicles.

Farming Simulator 16 expands upon all previously added features with more details in an-open world. Plant and harvest …

NieR Replicant Remake Announced

Square Enix announces a remake for NieR Replicant to celebrate 10th anniversary of NieR franchise.

To celebrate 10th anniversary of action role-playing game series NieR in April, publisher Square Enix has announced a new version of NieR Replicant for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, in association with developer ToyLogic.

Before being revealed for modern systems lately as NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139, the game originally launched in Japan, for PlayStation 3, followed by a version for Xbox 360 in Japan and Western market that came out as NieR Gestalt.


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Instead of going for a high-definition remaster for current-gen consoles at this point, Square Enix has chosen to do a version up for Replicant. All of its original Japanese voice acting will be redone and a new character will be introduced.

Call of Duty 2021 Rumored to Add Build Mechanics

Report from a trusted source claims that Call of Duty 2021 will include some sort of building mechanics.

With two consecutive success of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in 2019 and Call of Duty: Warzone recently, publisher Activision is bound to release another AAA-title from Call of Duty first-person shooter franchise later this year.

According to a previous report by a YouTube insider, developer Treyarch has been working on a Call of Duty: Black Ops reboot for 2020 and their next entry in annual series, Call of Duty 2021 is said to add some sort of building mechanics.


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Following rumor of a Black Ops reboot, trusty leaker TheGamingRevolution shares information on Call of Duty 2021 on Twitter, which is said to be free-to-play title for PC, consoles and mobile from developer Sledgehammer Games.

However, this upcoming game is not main annual release of 2021 and more like Warzone, to be followed-up by one more Call of Duty release. It …

Doom and Doom 2 Gets 60 FPS Support

In a latest update, Bethesda adds 60 FPS, quick saves and add-on support for classic Doom games re-releases.

In a rather surprising move, classic first-person shooter games Doom, Doom II and Doom 3 were re-released back in July 2019 during keynote events of QuakeCon for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Even though they were well received, these games were not without some shortcomings in terms of save functions and visuals but a recent update from publisher Bethesda Softworks has attempted to address them on all platforms.


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According to official press release, both Doom and Doom 2 is getting native 60 FPS support from its original 35 FPS cap. This drastic increase of frame rates will let Slayers roam more freely around circles of Hell shooting demons.

To help out many enthusiastic speedrunners and survivors of Nightmare difficulty, Quick Save has been enabled. At any point, pause the game and start instantl…

Fortnite Getting New Creative Mode Liferun

Epic Games to add new Creative mode game Liferun for Fortnite, which will debut shortly at PAX South.

Aside from its lesser known survival-shooter game mode Save the World and free-to-play battle royale, Fortnite added a Creative mode in late 2018 that allows players freedom to freely build arena and even new games modes.

Reportedly, developer/publisher Epic Games will include a new Creative mode titled "Liferun" for Fortnite where people will get busy saving lives instead of getting kills and it will be first showcased shortly at PAX South 2020.


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Players will be taking on roles of heroic Red Cross workers and race to save lives in golf carts through maps in four different missions. In a recent partnership with International Red Cross, this mode is developed by Team Evolve.

Liferun gets officially revealed between January 17 and January 19 at PAX South, San Antonio, Texas. Renowned streamers DrLupo, Lachlan and ONE_shot_G…

Fortnite is Highest-Earning Video Game of 2019

Even after seeing a 25% less profit than last year, Fortnite of Epic Games remained a top-earning game of 2019.

For past few years, developer/publisher Epic Games has been dominating video game sphere with their free-to-play online battle royale game Fortnite as well as its own genre by competing with titles like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

Fortnite Battle Royale still remains the highest-grossing games of 2019 when it comes to overall revenue, even though it has seen a drastic 25% downward trend in profits compared to previous year, according to a recent report from SuperData.


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In a recent review of digital gaming space, Neilsen Company SuperData revealed that Fortnite took top spot in profit charts for second year in a row by generating $1.8 billion revenue despite seeing a 25% decrease from $2.4 billion of 2018.

Due to their approach to overly popular battle royale genre with a free-to-play business model, Fortnite has appe…

Pro Evolution Soccer Removes Mesut Özil Over China Criticism

Following his criticism of China treatment of Uighur Muslims, Arsenal star Mesut Özil is removed from Pro Evolution Soccer 2020.

In a latest controversy regarding China, professional soccer player of Turkish-German origin and Arsenal midfielder Mesut Özil is removed from popular football simulation game Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 for his criticism of the country.

After he publicly called out Chinese government for their treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang on his personal social media accounts recently, his character likeness has been taken away from three versions of PES 2020 in China.


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According to a United Nations report, China is currently detaining more than one million Muslims within internment camps at Xinjiang region, which Özil has taken stance against through his Instagram and Twitter posts.

According to an expert, Özil's statement could cause Premier League clubs to lose millions in revenue for broadcast deals an…

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Halts Development

Bethesda to hold development for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, effectively cancelling its console launch and further updates.

Expanding on popular fantasy action role-playing series The Elder Scrolls, free-to-play collectible card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends from Bethesda Softworks has enjoyed average success on PC platform since its release back in 2017.

In a latest announcement on a social media post, Bethesda confirmed that development for TES: Legends has now been put on hold for indefinite period of time, therefore cancelling its upcoming official console launch and content updates.


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Community manager for Legends, Christian Van Hoose recently stated on Reddit that players would still be able to enjoy online or single-player modes and will receive continued support for monthly rewards and all in-game events.

However, any pre-planned expansion or update from March 2019 development roadmap is now effectively canceled. So…

Fortnite X Batman Limited Time Mode

The Dark Knight takes over battle royale and Fortnite X Batman limited time crossover is on for next two weeks.

Whether or not developer/publisher Epic Games are making any major waves in gaming with their free-to-play online battle royale game Fortnite, it is still making somewhat steady growth and currently on its Season X content.

In a recent reveal, an official Batman-themed crossover has been announced for September 21, kick-starting on Batman Day. Gotham City will be replacing Tilted Town for next two week during this limited time event until October 6, 2019.


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A brief look up to Fortnite's latest event shows variety of challenges and themed rewards you can earn from them.




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What does Fortnite Battle Royale and Batman have in common? Well, actually nothing! Yet there is an event going on to celebrate 80th anniversary of the Caped Crusader first appearing in pages …